For more than twenty years, the Luis Méndez-Vaz and María Bagur Foundation has dedicated itself to the reconstruction, development, and administration of the residence at 607 Calle Cuevillas. The realization of the museum is possible thanks to the generosity and vision of the Titín Foundation and the Eduardo Méndez-Bagur Foundation.
The Pink House
Don Eduardo bequeathed the house that had been his home for most of his life to the Miramar community for its enjoyment. Through the years, the house has been an icon for the neighborhood and the art community of San Juan, serving as a residence and studio for recognized Puerto Rican artists such as Lorenzo Homar, Juan Ramón Velázquez, Ada Bobonis, and Aaron Salabarrías.
Oil on canvas, 72” x 72”
Reproduction of this image in any form is expressly prohibited without written permission from the Estate of Lorenzo Homar Gelabert.
In turn, the plastic arts, design, and the decorative arts serve as a backdrop for the exhibition of contemporary works of art and design, thereby establishing a link between the past and the present via the finest works produced both locally and internationally.