Dominicanos USA celebrates Latino Heritage Month and local Dominican Talent

by | Sep 15, 2015 | 1 comment


Moses Ros-Suarez - Emerging CultureIn celebration of Latino Heritage Month, Dominicanos USA is proud to present its very own Community Gallery Exhibit to showcase the richness of the Dominican culture through the eyes of Dominican-American artists.

Through October 10th, Dominicanos USA welcomes community members to its Bronx offices for a thrilling presentation of René De Los Santos’ artwork. René has an extraordinary love for creating prints that have an element of originality as his most recent solo exhibition – Tribute to all the Women of the World – showed in March at New York City’s Rio II Gallery.

Rene de los Santos - Prints and Paintings

Born in Santiago, Dominican Republic, René immigrated to the United States in 1978 and is now a member of the renowned Dominican York Proyecto GRAFICA, a printmaking collective of twelve artists of Dominican descent who live and work in and around New York City.

Latino Heritage Month is a time to honor and rejoice the beauty of our people, culture, and traditions. Join us for a remarkable presentation of the Dominican-American culture and experience the booming artwork of local artists!

Written By Leonel Gomez

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1 Comment

  1. Aracelys Frias

    I love art. In complete awe ❤
    So interesting to me, I think I understand where my passio and talent for Art comes from. Its in my veins thank you all for this posting

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