Dividing his life between the worlds of business and the artistic, this Spaniard presents us with a series of acrylics that are the final realization of the plastic arts; trees and palms, some imaginative, some which contemplate from their lofty point the beauty of the beaches around us. His skills
A Dominican film is one of 15 movie projects that have been selected to compete in the first Caribbean Film Mart at this year’s Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival in September. Beauty Kingdom, directed by Laura Amelia Guzman and Israel Cárdenas, is currently in pre-production. The filmmakers will have the opportunity to meet with international film buyers,
“Season your admiration for a while with an attent ear,” Horatio tells Hamlet in William Shakespeare’s classic tragedy. Now theater lovers can listen with an attent ear to a very special “Caribbean seasoned” production of the Bard’s most famous play. The Ministry of Culture is presenting Hamlet with a Latin twist at the Palace
The Shanell Art Gallery had the privilege of inaugurating on December 17 a sample of artwork unmistakably sealed with the mastery of color in three-dimensional motion created by the artist Dionisio Blanco; it will continue to be on display until February, 2015. This flamboyant exhibition includes exclusive topics created by the artist because he has expressed in them his artistic vision by integrating planters as part of the scene recorded on the canvas; this character is an important part of the identity of the artist’s work.
The Gallery exhibits works of artists such as Alberto Ulloa and Guillo Pérez, (who have already passed away), Juan Medina, Miguel Gómez, Joel Díaz, Juan Andújar, Efraín Romero, Dionisio Blanco, Clara Ledesma, Martín Colón, José Perdomo, Bernardo Then, José Terrero, Melchor Terrero, Ramón Osorio, Rafael Trinidad, among others.
Amaya Salazar has a unique style and works with fabric, paper, bronze, resin, metal, etc. She is an important artist with an international level projection, which not only excels in the art world, but also uses the feminine figure with her muse. Soraya Abu Naba, a young artist represented by the Gary Nader gallery in Miami, already has work that belongs to important collections.