Davidoff Art Initiative host an annual series of the Art Dialogues.
The dialogues address timely questions in contemporary art, from the current creative landscape in Caribbean or Latin American art, to the evolution of art markets in various countries, to the art collecting and investing.
Some of the dialogues are in collaboration with recognized museums and cultural institutions which have active links to the art communities and the general public in their respective locations.
Swiss Institute, New York, USA
Artist Talk: Hulda Guzmán, Artist in Residence at ISCP and Cathleen Mooses, Artist in Residence, Altos de Chavón, 2015
Art Dialogue in collabortation with Beijing’s Ullens Center for Contemporary Art.
The Mission of Collecting
Altos de Chavón, Casa de Campo, La Romana, Dominican Republic
Caribbean Art: Past, Present and Future
Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States
A Dialogue hosted in conjunction with the opening of SITElines 2014, Unsettled Landscapes.
Beijing, China & Hong Kong
Collectiong Art in China, Two series in collabortation with Beijing’s Ullens Center for Contemporary Art.
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Museo de Arte Moderno
Opening a New Chapiter for Artist in Residence in the Caribbean &
Earning International Recognition for Art from the Caribbean.
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