Last year, I managed to visit Arte San Ramón; an art gallery located in the center of the city. I've known this gallery for years, my mom used to work there so I remembered how the place looked like before its renovation. But when I came back, I was mesmerized.

It's the clean lines, the natural light that enters through the ceilings, the simplicity and also the colors and brightness of the marvelous art pieces that make Arte San Ramón such a beautiful spot in the middle of all the chaos. It's an amazing place to find some inspiration. Well, I'll let these photos speak for themselves.

Calle Abraham Lincoln 904
Piantini, Santo Domingo

The Artists' Market

Last weekend, I went with my friend Sarah to the Artists' Market of San Francisco de Macorís, which is a town in the North of the country. We had quite an adventure, I have to say. We spent like one and a half hour on the bus to get there.

Anyway, remember Isis? Yeah, the super talented photographer. She's the one that came with the idea, and she organizes everything. There's art, music, books, fashion, food... Everything! Amazing, isn't it?

Unfortunately, we had to go a bit early, but I honestly can't wait for the next Market, I bet it will be as good as this one, maybe even better! :)

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Military... Seen at the 27th Biennal of Visual Arts

As I told you, I was hypnotized with all the beautiful art that I saw at the 27th Biennial of Visual Arts.

Okay, let me tell you. This is one of my favorite artworks from the Biennial.

I love it. Remember when we talked about the camo trend? Well, this immediatly reminded me of this when I saw it. And you know what? The red and grey details also remind me of the Valentino Spring 2013 collection. Don't you think?

The only thing is, I forgot the artist's name, ugh. Well anyway... What do you think? Do you like it?

The 27th Biennial of Visual Arts

So, last Friday I went with some friends to the Museum of Modern Art to see the 27th Biennial of Visual Arts.

Let me tell you how it was...

When we arrived, the whole museum was empty. Not a single soul was there (except for another friend we met) I actually love when museums are empty, that way I can appreciate art more.

Everything was so inspiring and cool... The sculptures, the paintings, photographs. Ahh, I have to tell you something, I love going to museums. It probably sounds a bit strange for you, but I'm one of those persons, you know?

And you know what? I actually thought that some of the artwork I saw were a little creepy, others were moving and so carefully + beautifully done and others had a very great story and meaning behind them.

That's something I love about art, it allows us to tell stories, to communicate something and at the same time we can leave our own mark in the world. Lovely, isn't it?

Do you like going to museums?


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