José Miura  (Dominican, 1948) 


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José Miura, Nuance


José Miura

Lucy Garcia Gallery
José Miura, Sacra Natura


José Miura
Sacra Natura
Lucy Garcia Gallery
José Miura, Sacred blue lotus to A.B.


José Miura
Sacred blue lotus to A.B.

Lucy Garcia Gallery
José Miura, Nuance II


José Miura
Nuance II

Lucy Garcia Gallery
José Miura, Untitled


José Miura

Lucy Garcia Gallery

1948   Born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
1963 - 1965   He started his first art studies at an early age at the “Massana” School in Barcelona, Spain
1971 - 1973   Fine Arts Circle and the Arts and Crafts School in Madrid
1974   Painting and Sculpture Restoration at the Paul Coremans Institute, Mexico City, Mexico
1973 - 2012   He has presented 15 one-man shows and participated in many group exhibitions, as well as extensive participation in competitions, biennales, and cultural exchanges with Mexico, France, United States of America and Spain.
1974 - 2012   His art has appeared both nationally and internationally as scenic designer in operas, ballets, musicals and international theater and music festivals in Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic), Mexico City, Toronto (Canada), Havana (Cuba), Quito (Ecuador), Braunau (Austria), and London (England).
1998   Salle d´Automne, Paris, France
1992   Dominican Contemporary Art, Israel
1991   Balcácer, Miura, Varela. Embassy Gallery, Miami, Florida, US
1989   City University, New York, NY, US
1988   Centre des Arts et la Culture. Point-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe
1987   Art and History Museum. San Juan, Puerto Rico
1981   Omar Rayo Museum. Roldanillo, Colombia
1980   XII Festival, Cagnes-sur-Mer, France
1979   “Casa de las Américas," Havana, Cuba
1977   “Casa de las Américas," Havana, Cuba
1972   "Forum” Gallery, Madrid, Spain