Enriquillo Amiama

Enriquillo Amiama

Santo Domingo, Caribbean, Dominican Republic

About Enriquillo Amiama

Enriquillo Amiama belongs to a new generation of Dominican artists who have appropriated the formal and conceptual characteristics of the historical vanguards. As a pioneer in the plastic flow, since 1983, consistently, fuses elements characteristic of symbolism, abstraction, hyper-realism, as well as
emblematic iconography artists.
From the reuse of anachronistic aesthetics of appropriation and paraphrasing, has created a proper style that could be defined as a new pop art,
whose theme and concept as expressed in paintings, installations, videos, digital art and more today using the middle "Facebook" as a plastic substance.

Dr. Belgica Rodríguez
Former President of International Association of Art Critics, AICA, ONG of UNESCO, actually she is Honor President Ad Vitam of AICA
Former Director of Art Museum of the Americas, OEA, Washington, D.C. for 7 years.
President of the Iberoamerican Art Fair, Seoul (IAAF)
Juror at most of the WorldWide Art Biennials and writer of important art books and essays.


Education: (1979-1985)
Nidia Serra Art Center. National School of Fine Arts. Autonomous University of Santo Domingo. A. Bass & S. Frias Art Academies. Experimental Cromatic Workshop "Metaphor of Ephimerous", with Carlos Cruz-Diez (Modern Art Museum, Sto. Dgo). Web Design and Digital Imaging. Sessions.edu NY

Awards and Honors:Adquisition Award XXI National Biennial , Modern Art Museum, Santo Domingo 1999.Honors and awards at Arawak 81 and 82 Art Contests, Landscape Contest Jaime Colson, and First Centennial of S. Pedro Macoris Art Contest,


Some of 20 solo shows:

2016 "Tropical Passion" Cecilia Pierotti Art Gallery. Berlin. Germany.
2008 "Passion,Sensibility and the Aesthetic of Montage" Bellarte Gallery, Seoul, Korea. 2007 "Honoring the Big Leaguers" Alinka Art Gallery2003 "Women and Fruits, The Beauty of Symbols" Jadite Galleries, New York .
1998 "Passion Concert" Gallery Centro, San Jose Costa Rica.
1997 "Abstraction of Romance II" Mateo Sariel Gallery, Panama.
1996 "Persistence of Romance" Art Gallery of Inter-american Development Bank, Washington.D.C.
1995 "Romantic Themes" Dominican Tourism Office Exhibit Rooms in Montreal, Canada.

International Group Shows (Resume)
2008 Exhibition of Korea .Japan.LatinArte en LatinKIAF Korea International Art Fair
Seoul Open Art FairThe wave of Latin Contemporary Arts2007 Group shows in Glasgow, Ediburgh and London sponsored by Art du Monde
2000 San Francisco International Art Fair F. Nader Latin-American Art
Toronto International Art Fair Francisco Nader Latin-American Art
1999 "Eight Contemporary Artists from Puerto Rico and Dominican Republic" Hato Rey, Puerto Rico
1998 "Contemporary Art of Americas," Santiago de Chile.
"Art from Central America and the Caribbean", GTZ Eschborn, Germany.
1996 "Fifteen Dominican Painters at the LatinAmerican House" Paris, France.
1995 InterCaribbean Art Festival Indigo 95, Guadalupe.
1994 Art Miami 94.
Chicago International Art Exposition, Nader Art Gallery XVI Festival Internacional de Pintura , Cagnes-sur-Mer, Francia.
" Top Artist I from Dominican Republic", San Diego, California.
1992 "Contemporary Dominican Painting at Israel". "Dominican Art Today", Art and History Museum, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
1986 "Signs and Symbols of Dominican Republic" OAS Latin American Museum. Washington.
"Art from Dominican Republic", National Library of Canada and Ottawa State University.
Bibliography (Resume):
Ibero-American Encyclopedia of Contemporary Plastic Artists, QCC Art Gallery of Queensborough Community College The City University of N.Y.
2004 Caribe and Center-America, Art Editions and Francisco Nader, 2004.
Still Life in Oils, Theodora Philcox, UK. 2002
Merian Magazine, In Rausch der Farben por Andrea C. Hoffmann Dec 2002.
1844-2000 Dominican Art Vols. IV & V by J.Miller and M.Ugarte. 2001 and 2002.
International Artist Magazine, August 2001 Masterpieces of Dominican Painting, Vol. I & III,Candido Geron.
Dominican Encyclopedia of Visual Arts by C.Geron.
Gallery Guide, Dec 93 and Jan 95