The artists spoke about their creative projects and the pieces of their authorship present in the open-air exhibition in the streets of Santo Domingo.
The León Center has continued to work on its main activities, including the visual arts contest dating from 1964.
Start this series of conversations about new pieces donated to the León Center. On this first occasion, the descendants of designer Jenny Polanco.
The panelists discussed the process of developing the Art to Express Yourself project, which has brought the works of the León Center to the streets of Santo Domingo.
The Dominican artist living in Switzerland talked about her works in the Eduardo León Jimenes Collection of Visual Arts and her career.
The artist talked with the curators of the León Center about the work exhibited in Génesis y Trayectoria, the permanent exhibition of visual arts.
The American policy was at the León Center to learn about the homage to the Dominican designer, which will be open until April 2020.
The Continuous Training Program for Artists provides a space for reflection and interdisciplinary creation, focused on contemporary artistic production.
The León Center initiates in this way the research process for the elaboration of an exhibition project dedicated to this outstanding Dominican artist.
The León Center, invited by the Dominican Embassy to the Kingdom of Spain, presented a program of activities related to Dominican literature and culture at the 78va Madrid Book Fair 2019, together with the García Arévalo Foundation, Quinta Dominica, Propagas Foundation and House of Theater, institutions of long trajectory and protagonists of the Dominican cultural development in the last decades.
The auditorium of the National Archaeological Museum was the scene of a set of activities related to rock art located in the national territory.
The activity included a selection of award-winning artists at the 27 Eduardo León Jimenes Art Contest.
The specialist in visual arts at the León Center participated in the Week of Dominican Culture in Havana, held on the occasion of the Dominican National Independence.
As part of the Eduardo León Jimenes Art Contest, this program provides young artists with a space for reflection and interdisciplinary creation, focused on contemporary production.
The exhibition will be open until the 10 of February of 2019 in the Gardens of the Leon Center in Santiago de los Caballeros.
The presentation of the publication was made as part of the activities of the 15 years of the Leon Center.
The activity was made on the occasion of the exhibition Treasures of the Taino Art that is shown until the 18 of March of 2018.
Talking about contemporary art, it forces us to reflect on its origins. That is, at what historical moment does one begin to talk about contemporary art? What are its origins? In this aspect it is necessary to emphasize that diverse criteria exist to be able to define the contemporary thing in the arts.
The meeting between teachers of April was linked to the renowned story of the Dominican writer, about the XX International Book Fair Santo Domingo 2017.