Pedro Mendez presents his abstract collection





Quinta Dominica in the Colonial City is inviting to the exhibition by Dominican sculptor Pedro Mendez that opens at 7:30pm on Thursday, 12 July 2018. Mendez is best known for his work as a member of the Santos de Palos Bonao Sculptural Collective. But this time around, his collection works are abstractions using metal and wood.

Mendez is a professor of sculpture at the Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra, member of the Dominican College of Plastic Artists and founding member of the Santos de Palos de Bonao Sculptural Collective.

He has more than 40 years as a teacher of artistic education in universities, academies and arts workshops. More than 30 solo exhibitions and dozens of collective national and international. His works have been exhibited in Curacao, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, Venezuela, the United States, Italy and Germany. In 1986, he participated in the First Ibero-American Sculpture Symposium.

His works have been selected in different national biennials. In 1986, he won the award at the Eduardo León Jimenez Biennial of the Arts Contest in Santiago, as well as several other awards for his contributions to sculpture in different regions of the country. In Puerto Rico, he receives recognition for his work on the Virgin of Guadalupe and one of his works was distinguished with the seal of quality granted by UNESCO.

Thu, 12 July, 2018
Starts at 07:30 PM


Quinta Dominica
Calle Padre Billini 202
Santo Domingo

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