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Already 10? 10th Anniversary with a Latin Zest

by JOSE , October 20, 2010—12:00 AM

Topics: Art Gallery, Art Show, Contemporary Cuban Art, Cuban-American, Jose Acosta, Pritzker Gallery

Already 10? 10th Anniversary with a Latin Zest

Dec. 5, 2010 to March 1, 2011

The Pritzker Gallery is honored to present a new and special exhibit called Already 10? 10th Anniversary with a Latin Zest celebrating 10 years of the gallery.

Already 10? 10th Anniversary with a Latin Zest will run from Dec. 5, 2010 to March 1, 2011. An opening reception is planned for Sunday December 5th from 3 to 5 pm. The gallery is at 257 S. Riverside Rd. in Highland, NY.

The 10 selected established professional Latin artists for this exhibition are: Jose Acosta, Felix Angel, Alexandra Baer, Dina Bursztyn Maria Cristina Brusca, Leslie Enrique Castellanos, Regina da Costa Val, Elisa Pritzker, Julia Santos Solomon and Julio Valdez.

All the artists have a long commitment into the arts and have exhibited in main galleries, museums and their works are collected within the US and internationally.

The Pritzker Gallery is part of Casa del Arte, an art destination and architectural unique wonder located in the Town of Lloyd, Ulster County, New York. This unique and enchanting property is a private residence dedicated to the Arts. It was designed and built by the late inventor and designer Thad E. Matras. For more details visit: ABOUT THE ARTISTS: Jose Acosta: Felix Angel: Alexandra Baer: Dina Bursztyn: Maria Cristina Brusca: Leslie Enrique Castellanos: Regina da Costa Val: Elisa Pritzker: Julia Santos Solomon: Julio Valdez:

People are welcome to contact the gallery for a special appointment to visit and/or Inquire for a guided visit by calling at 845-691-5506, More information at:




  Elisa ( homepage )

12/01/2010 * 17:08:13

Thanks for posting the exhibit!

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