The First International Triennial of Caribbean Art opens at the Museum of Modern Art in Santo Domingo from September 1 to October 24, 2010. The organizing theme is “Art and the Environment.”
According to the organizers, a large amount of artists will come from the English, French, Spanish and Dutch-speaking Caribbean countries as well as from Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela and Central America.
Among others, artists who will exhibit and/or speak about their work are Luis Cruz Azaceta (Cuba), Milton Becerra (Venezuela), Maria Fernanda Cardoso (Colombia), Cristina Cuadra (Mexico – Nicaragua), Philippe Dodar (Haiti), Tirso Martha (Curaçao), Pepón Osorio (Puerto Rico), Antuán Rodríguez (Cuba), Adán Vallecillo (Honduras), Verónica Vides (El Salvador), Patricia Villalobos (Nicaragua), and Wendy Wischer (USA). Representation from the Dominican Republic includes Tony Capellán, Caryanna Castillo, Marcos Lora Read, Charo Oquet, Fausto Ortiz, Jorge Pineda, and Belkis Ramírez.
For description, detailed schedule, see http://trienalinternacionaldelcaribe.blogspot.com/