AURELIO GRISANTY dominican born and resident in Washington, DC. Aurelio Grisanty received his degree in Arts in 1974 in Mexico City. From 1976 he served as Director and professor of Graphic Design in both Catholic and Autonoma Universities in Santo Domingo City. He had his first solo show in 1974. Since then his work has captivated audiences in individual and group shows on three continents.
With numerous accolades to his credit, he is most proud of being honored with:
A special award at the Fifteenth Biennial Exhibition of Art of Santo Domingo, honored guest at the 23rd International Biennial Exhibition of The Santo Domingo Museum of Modern Art, and his recognition by the American Government as an “Exceptional Individual of International renown”. His work has been published in Major Art periodicals and Magazines throughout the World.
Aurelio Grisanty Individual Exhibits
2001 Artist’s Museum, Washington, DC.
1999 Peabody Galleries, San Francisco, CA.
1995 Museo de Las Casas Reales, Santo Domingo.
1992 Museo National de Arte Moderno, Santo Domingo.
1990 Lowe Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia.
1989 Carlton Cobb Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia.
1988 Cameron Cobb Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia.
1988 La Galeria, Santo Domingo.
1987 Cameron Cobb Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia.
1986 La Galeria, Santo Domingo.
1983 Centro de Arte Nouveau, Santo Domingo.
1982 Casa de La Cultura Hispanica, Santo Domingo.
1982 Altos de Chavon, La Romana, Donminican Republic.
1981 Puerto Plata Art. Dominican Republic.
1979 Museo de Las Casas Reales, Santo Domingo.
1979 Centro de La Cultura, Santiago, Dominican Republic.
1974 Centro Cultural Dominicano. Santo Domingo.
Group and Museums Exhibits
1999 Georgetown University. Washington, DC.
1998 Mexican Cultural Institute, Washington, DC.
1998 Ada Balcacer Gallery. Santo Domingo.
1996 George Mason University, Virginia.
1994 Brazilian Cultural Institute, Washington, DC.
1994 AT&T Washington, DC.
1993 Mexican Cultural Institute. Washington, DC.
1991 IDB Nagoya, Japan.
1988 Cuban Museum of Art, Miami, Fla.
1985 University of Pittsburg, PA.
1983 Valparaiso Biennial. Chile.
1981 Museum of modern Art, Santo Domingo.
1977 Michigan Council for the Arts.
1976 Museo del Hombre Dominicano.
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