ARC magazine’s Holly Bynoe informs us that ten contemporary Aruban artists are presently exhibiting their work at the Residence of the Dutch Ambassador in Washington, D.C. in the exhibition entitled “Microcosm.” “Microcosm” is open to the public by appointment only from September 19th to October 13, 2011, from 9:30am to 11:30am (o appointments on weekends or on Columbus Day, October 10). Reservations must be made by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with the date and time requested.
This multi-disciplinary exhibition—consisting of site-specific installations, sculpture, mixed-media assemblage, video, paintings, collage, photography and drawings—brings together the artwork of noted Caribbean artists: Ciro Abath, Joni Croes, Telka Van Dodewaard, Rob ter Haar, Glenda Heyliger, Elisa Lejuez Peters, Elvis Lopez, Alida Martinez, Osaira Muyale, Ryan Oduber and Hugo Palmar. These artists—some of which have exhibited internationally and won several awards—represent the diverse and eclectic reality of the Aruban “Microcosm” within the Kingdom.
This exhibition, sponsored by the…
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