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Introducing CAUSA, a new Peruvian restaurant in La Marina

A brand new dining spot has opened in La Marina. Causa is Casa de Campo’s newest culinary creation for the 2020 Christmas season. Set within a Peruvian themed dining atmosphere with signature cocktails and authentic Peruvian food, and is led by the creative expertise of Chef Anthony Masas and his team. Causa is the name of an iconic dish of Peruvian Food, […]

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Chavón The Gallery opens its most recent individual exhibition “Caribbean: The Magic of Color” by Maestro Sacha Tebó.

Last Friday, February 21st, the Altos de Chavón main Gallery opened their most recent exhibition by artist Sacha Tebó at 7:30 p.m. Mr. Stephen Kaplan, Rector of Chavón The School of Design, welcomed all the guests to the opening cocktail and introduced Mrs. Maria Angeles Gracia, president of the Tebó Foundation who spoke of the […]

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Chavón The Gallery presents the exhibition “Caribbean: The Magic of Color” by the famous artist Sacha Tebó.

Chavón The Gallery will present, from Friday, February 21 until March 24, the individual Caribbean exhibition: The Magic of Color by artist Sacha Tebó. “Sacha Tebó has been the plastic and visual reference of a peaceful Caribbean, of coexistence and brotherhood in which dreams and reality are complicit. The colors red, yellow, green, white, go […]

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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 […]

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“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, […]

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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 […]

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Oscar Abreu presents his exhibition “Reasoning of Identity” in Altos de Chavón

With great success, the Altos de Chavón Gallery hosted the exhibition “Reasoning of Identity” by the famous Dominican artist Oscar Abreu, in an event that brought together dozens of personalities from the world of art, social and business. At the opening, attendees enjoyed a collection of 33 pieces, which highlights the visual inventions of Abreu, […]

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The Altos de Chavón Gallery will present the exhibition “Reasoning of Identity” by artist Oscar Abreu.

The Altos de Chavón Gallery will present from Wednesday August 14th until September 16th, the exhibition of the famous Dominican painter Oscar Abreu. “This exhibition consists of a total of 20 works and it is very important for me since with this exhibition we are celebrating the 25th anniversary of the inauguration of the proposal […]

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The Abraham Lincoln School Art Exhibit opens Friday, May 24th!

On Friday the 24th of May, the Abraham Lincoln School in La Romana is extending a special invitation to all members of Casa de Campo and La Romana to join them in an opening cocktail for their annual art exhibit at the Altos de Chavón Art Gallery. The annual art exhibit presented by the students […]

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“Conexiones Radicales” by the artists Ángel Urrely, Iris Pérez, José Almonte, José Levy and José Pelletier

On March 6th, the Arawak and Altos de Chavón Art Galleries presented the exhibition “Conexiones Radicales”, a collective project of contemporary art composed of five artists of recognized national and international trajectory who share similar concerns and motivations: Ángel Urrely, Iris Pérez, José Almonte, José Levy and José Pelletier.

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The Altos de Chavón Art Gallery presents the travelling exhibition “Conexiones Radicales”

The Arawak and Altos de Chavón Art Galleries will present the exhibition “Conexiones Radicales”, a collective project of contemporary art composed of five artists of recognized national and international trajectory who share similar concerns and motivations: Ángel Urrely, Iris Pérez, José Almonte, José Levy and José Pelletier.