The Mirador Santo Domingo Cultural Center receives the impressive works of the artist and teacher Argenis Lebrón (San Cristóbal, 1985) gathered in his exhibition called “Desenfado / Memoria”. This exhibition closes the program of cultural activities and the celebration of the tenth anniversary, which is why it is the last of 2022: “We are proud […]
WAO Gallery & Cultural Center opened the Garden of Wishes by the plastic artist Ónice Mejía.
WAO Gallery & Cultural Center located in Altos de Chavón opened on the night of Friday, November 25, 2022, the exhibition “The Garden of Wishes” by the artist Ónice Mejía. Ónice, presented a series of paintings in mixed media, sculptures and installations inspired by nature and the environment that surrounds it, leaving the contradiction between […]
The Mirador Cultural Center will present “Desenfado/Memoria”, an individual exhibition by the painter Argenis Lebrón
The Mirador Santo Domingo Cultural Center, as part of its artistic Christmas program and closure of its cultural activities corresponding to the celebration of the tenth anniversary of its foundation, will inaugurate on November 23 at seven at night, the suggestive individual exhibition ” Casual/memory”, by the renowned Chavonero artist Argenis Lebrón; Widely known in […]
Opening night “Recent Works” by Dominican artist Fernánd Tamburini
The Altos de Chavón Gallery hosted the opening cocktail of the exhibition “Recent Works” by the artist Fernánd Tamburini on Friday night. Tamburini, born in Barahona, Dominican Republic, known for his colorful abstract work in which he captures the great culture of the Dominican people. His works have been compared to those of Marc Chagall […]
The Altos de Chavón Gallery presents the exhibition “Recent Works” by the artist Fernándo Tamburini.
The Altos de Chavón Gallery will present from January 17 the exhibition of the visual artist from Barahona Fernándo Tamburini, known for his colorful abstract work in which he captures the great culture of the Dominican people. His works have been compared to those of the French painter Marc Chagall for his lyrical portrait of […]
“Figures and Faces | Past and Present” – a medley of figure studies and portraits
Chavón The Gallery opened the exhibition “Figures and Faces | Past and Present ” a collective of various artists which consists of a total of 173 pieces distributed in both floors of the Gallery of diverse artists where they showcase their talent. This exhibition is a medley of figure studies and portraits. Many are new, […]
The Gallery Chavón invites you to the collective exhibition “Figures and Faces | Past and Present”
The Gallery Chavón will present, from Friday, December 13 until January 15, the collective exhibition “Figures and Faces | Past and present”. This exhibition consists of a total of 60 contemporary and timeless pieces by various different artists, some of which are Chavón graduates. This exhibition is a medley of figure studies and portraits. Many […]
Talented Chavoneros to keep under your radar
Under the theme “Reshape the Future,” Chavón School of Design students pull out all the stops in producing ensembles that are eco-friendly and statement worthy. Incorporating only recycled pieces, designers told stories that spoke volumes in terms of environmentalism and humanitarianism.
Chavoneros celebrate their 30 year anniversary!
Different people might have different opinions about their time studying at Chavón School of Design. To some, it was the best years of their lives, to others the most challenging. What we are sure all will say is that they learned some very valuable lessons, not only related to art but to life. After graduation, […]
Fine Arts student work excels at the Chavón School of Design
As soon as a student mentions they study at the Chavón School of Design, it opens up many doors. As an artist, it can be difficult in the beginning, but talent and hard work always prevails. Talent is evident by simply looking at student work and this is just what happened last week when Stephen […]
Chavoneros Stories: Edward Salcedo favors Realism and Dominican Life
A few years back we started a series called “Chavoneros Stories,” its been a while since we’ve given the series some TLC and we’re planning on revitalizing that now. Recently, the Altos de Chavón School of Design celebrated its 33rd graduation, adding a total of 68 graduates to what Stephen Kaplan referred to as “the brotherhood/sisterhood that […]