Osaira Muyale

Aruba, 1964. Lives and works on Aruba

Selected exhibitions

International group exposition Proposal’ modern
art collection Gast foundation collection
( 24 aug 2018-13 jan 2019) at Aruban National Archive

Solo exposition ”la muher Holandesa (theDutch woman)’- ‘a sea of dreams’
Antiguo Templo de San Isidro La Sabana de Maracaibo,

(23-30 May 2018)/, Exposition ‘Mare Nostrum’- ‘a sea of dreams‘
Maczul Museo  Arte Contemporaneo Zulia, Maracaibo Venezuela
(28 October2017-28 February 2018)/ public project  San Nicolas

Aesthetics/San Nicolas’ (2017), Paardenbaai Oranjestad, Aruba,public
sculpture project (2015-2017)/ Caribbean Crossroads of  the World,

‘you are me, Pérez Art Museum Miami (2014) / ‘Being and Time’
Gowanus Loft, van der Bilt Republic, Brooklyn, New

York (2014)/ project 200 Years Tropical Kingdom,’Horse Power ’
Museum de Fundatie, Zwolle, Netherlands, (2013 / Exposition
Taboo Bo’ Gallery Bloemhof Curacao,(2013)/ Caribbean Crossroads
of the World, ‘You are me’, Museo del Barrio, Manhattan, New
York (2012)/ project Salon, ‘I never promised you a Rose Garden
Flower Castle, Lisse, Netherlands, (2012)/ Microcosm, ’Silhouette, 

Surrender & Thinker’, Residence of Dutch Ambassador,
Washington DC, (2011)/ Arte y Medio Ambiente, ’4 who
suffer Love, First International Triennial of Caribbean,*Museo de
Arte Moderno, Santo Domingo, (2010)/ project Art Pie ‘open for
love’, Kunstvlaai, Amsterdam, Nederland, (2010)/ Separating
Myth from Reality: Status of Women, ’Only Beautiful words’,’I
always thought that everyone is the same’ Gallery Siddhartha
Kathmandu Nepal, (2009)/ project Reinvent Public Space Beirut
proeject Only Beautiful words,’ I always thought that everyone is the
Same, Studio Beirut, Lebanon together with Pearl foundation,
Partisan Public Archis NAI, (2007)/ traveling exposition; non ego
red Dress’, DRESSCODE ‘dress for Queen Beatrix’, 8 Theatre
Museum Amsterdam, (09.2006-01.2007)/ project ‘non ego red
dress’, presentation of The Red Dress or Too Much Of The
Same ‘dress For Queen Beatrix’, Torch Gallery (2005)/’project
‘non ego red Dress- exhibition ‘Dress Code’ – ‘dress for Queen
49 Beatrix’ in das Historisches und Volkerkunde Museum, St. Gallen,
Swiss, (2006) / 49 project ‘non ego red dress, ‘dress for Queen
Beatrix’, Imagine C, IVC Amsterdam Z.O., Bijlmermeer, Netherlands,
(2006)/ Dress code in das Historisches‘ non ego red dress, ’dress
for Queen Beatrix’ Global Fashion Local Tradition, Centraal Museum
Netherlands, (2005 / traveling exhibition, project ‘ Politicas de
Memoria y Iconofilia’, project only beautiful words, light text’
Yo siempre pense que cada uno es igual, 8th Bienniale of Cuenca Ecuador,

(2004) / Iconofagia ‘y siempre pense que cada uno es igual,
Te[oretica, San Juan, Costa Rica, (2004)/ Mu Wang Fu Palace, Up
river Loft, Lijiang China, (2003)/ Deslocamentos, Caribe Associacao,
14th Festival International de Arte Electronic Video, Brasil, (2003)/
project Tales from the past, the Paradigms of Territory and identity’ I
never promised you a rose garden’, 4th Caribbean Biennial Museum
of Modern Art Santo Domingo, November (2001) February (2002)/
project Beeldende Kunst van de Nederlandse Antillen en Aruba,
Tent Gallery Rotterdam, Netherlands, (2001) / Gallery Eterno; Arco
Fair Madrid, Spain, (2001)/ Caribe Insular, exclusion fragmentation
y Paraiso, MIEAC Museo Extremo e Ibero Americano de Arte
Contemporaneo, Badajoz,Espana, (1998) / project Punta Maria 123,
Museum Lia Bermudez, Maracaibo Venezuela, (1999) / Traveling
exposition ‘Lips Sticks and Marks, Spiral Gallery, Barbados, (1998)/
Lips Sticks And Marks, Art Foundry Trinidad (1998)/ Caribe Insular
exclusion Fragmentation y Paraiso, Casa de las Americas Cuba,
(1998) / El Inividuo y su Memoria ’ Silencio’, 7th Biennial Havana
Cuba (1997)

Education/special projects

1982-2021 Active as a contemporary conceptual visual artist.
1989-1990 Ateliers 89 Rietveld workshops Aruba.
1990-1992 Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
1993-2002 Founder & Co-director, owner Galeria Eterno, Oranjestad
1996-2021 Founder & Director Fundacion Eterno,
Oranjestad, Aruba, www.fundacioneterno.com
2010-2021 Founder & director of Studio Osaira Muyale,
Oranjestad, Aruba  www.osairamuyale.com


Dr. Jose Manuel Noceda Fernandez, Art Historian
From the “Useless Islands” to the Happy ARTNEXUS 104,
March  -“May 2017,

“The Mystery of the Soul, Osaira Muyale established a deep Affiliation with introspection and  the deconstruction of memory. The iconography, indebted to Louis bourgeois’ has a great influence on more than a few artists and takes shape in a methodical retreat into an inner universe. Her interests go from dysfunctional communication to the crisis of the modernist model of progress, the collapse of utopias, and the widely proclaimed death of the subject. The key point of her work is the complex construction of identity, the retrenchment and safeguarding of the personal, that which Okwul Enwezor understands as dislocation, uprooted-ness, displacement and dispersion, exile, and alienation gaining terrain even in the rooms of one’s own house. Over time, Muyale outlines the resources to
be deployed much more clearly. Hallway between Wifredo Lam’s human-animal-mythological syncretism and the ‘Blue Klein” Victoire de Samothrace,” I’m Not White ,Not Black, But Blue”. From 2012, a hybrid image in blue levitating over a trampoline, is a good example of the extension of all these concerns with an extraordinary power of synthesis”

Renwick Heromino – Art curator

“Osaira Muyale is a dreamer and a visionary that ponders the
infinite realms of her being and searches for beauty through the
chaos of existence. With her magic touch and love she is able
to transform the everyday into the sublime”

Özkan Gölpinar – Publicist

“Osaira Muyale works within the contested territory of representation: how we represent ourselves and the mechanisms that determine how we interpret the representation of others. Sculptures and paintings, – made by herself, objet trouve’, or a combination of both – are her mediums; research, classification, interaction her strategies. Her skillful, moving and intensely tactile installations, explore history and time and our place within them. Her biography resembles that of immigrant children or the children of Diaspora (Muyale herself combines bloodlines ranging from Lebanon, to the Netherlands to Aruba in the Caribbean). She is able through various means to deconstruct and complement memory processes and story-lines, whether or not with the help of found objects that both bring her history to life and seem to question it. Muyale investigates the body, humans as well as animals as a conduit for different artistic and theoretical strategies, revealing the body’s fundamental role in comprehending our sense of self. Working across diverse mediums, she approaches the body as raw material. She adapts it at will in order to explore identity, gender issues and the body’s role within the social matrix. The body is reduced to something more meaningful and permanent than a modifiable facade, which can be constantly changed and morphed to resist or compliment outside forces. In Paradise park, historical and future narratives are collapsed into staged sculptures where the bodies of humans merge with animals and plants. She alters them to exist in a Liminal Space. By doing so she encapsulate her characters in a form of “inbetweenness” as a space where identity is fluidly determined with other bodies and the environment as ‘Negotiating Bounds’. Transforming dead materials, into beautiful mythological gods and goddesses. Like a visual anthropologist of the contemporary Caribbean Osaira merges both the European heritage and the high culture which , present and past, emotion and reason. Continuing her investigation on the Horse bay …….Muyale offers new sculptural forms that blend female, male, horses and humans into indistinguishable creatures that navigates public and private domains. The inhabitants of her dreamland are also blue horses, but Osaira cherishes them, she paints them in blue in an attempt not only to restore their honor but also to offer them a role as a vehicle of breakthrough. Putting emphasis on the spirituality of the colors that surround the Island and in the idea of divine spirituality battling hedonistic materialism. Representing hybrid species, a hybrid moment, exploring and capturing fleeting occurrences where these horses willfully deviate from the norm humans have kept them captive and seeks out modes of interaction while opening up a generative space of play, exploration, and resistance to societal mandates. Her work exploits and defies aesthetic hedonism, blending material with music, sense with smell, hypnotizing audiences into a chaotic trance, that calls for surrender, or simply the right state of alertness between being and non-being. Özkan Gölpinar is a publicist and a member of the Dutch Council for Culture. The Council for Culture is the legal advisory body of the Dutch government in the field of art, culture and media. Gölpinar was associated with the Contemporary Art Beyond Boundaries research program of the Leiden University Center for the Arts in Society (LUCAS). He was also a program maker at the Mondriaan Fund and the Fonds voor Beeldende Kunsten, Vormgeving en Bouwkunst (BKVB). He has twenty years of experience as a journalist for, among others, de Volkskrant and Trouw. Gölpinar has several books, essays, plays and documentaries to his name. He was a member of the advisory committee of the Dutch Foundation for Literature, the Netherlands Film Fund, the Rotterdam Council for Art and Culture and the Fund for Amateur Art and Performing Arts.

Gijs Stork, M.A.
Art Historian and Critic
Director, Artimo Foundation Holland

An ear is an emotionally charged symbol. Because we receive the Word through the ear.  It often represents Faith. In Christian semantics, the ear will often be the symbol by which the Holy Ghost, the dove, makes the announcement to the Holy Virgin. In this case, the ear is the part of the body that makes Maria aware of her unspeakable happiness. Furthermore, it also symbolizes the woman as well as daughters. Consequently, with this the ear gets an erotic connotation as well. A magnificent sound has an immediate effect on each part of the body as a sensory experience and yet the ear in Osaira Muyale’s oeuvre  only remains are requisite of the imaginative power. It has a metaphorical meaning, which not only gives cause for observation, but also for deeper associations. Here too, it is clear that is no such a thing as the key to knowing the underlying meaning. The function of intuition is more important. An ear and listening is a mayor theme in contemporary art. Contrary to the works of, say, jan Fabre at Documenta IX and Douglas Gordon at the exposition Entre- Deux in Brussels, Osaira does not attempt to hear the unknown or the “outside”, but the tales of the public. She attempts to let the inner voice speak; to make the suppressed feelings revive. It is not surprising that listening has become a theme in a time in which the hectic life makes that nobody actually has the time to listen anymore. There are more and more souls crying and wandering in the wilderness of new media, fast television footage and 1.000 megabeats per second. Osaira Muyale listens indirectly to the people of Cuba. A work of art has to make the 1.000 voices of silent grief sound. And so, within the theme of the biennale “The individual and his memory”,  Muyale Performs an act in which she considers the public as an individual, and wants to let the memory of a past speak. But speaking takes the form of listening, listening to the inner voice.  A descent in your own deepest inner self,  from where the voice of the unconscious will speak. Therefore, the ear is also comparable with the eye. Both are the carriers of the experience to the memory. For Osaira Muyale personal experience and memory is the most important theme in her works. The experience she tries to concretize and communicate to the spectator, by means of images that thrust themselves upon her in fragments. Experience of life she tries to translate into sculptures. Art that is not about art, or creating art, art not created to please, it rather repels, but art about the experience of the artist, art about life itself. They are translated into sculptures and presented as such. Here too, the fact that the dove and the ear were brought together in early symbolism, can be considered special; the dove brings the message, but also peace.  A sign that gives the ear a positive meaning.  A meaning also needed to survive, with all the experiences, positive or negative, a human being goes through in his life.

National & International workshop invitations and guest lecturer

2014  Aruba,Oranjestad Academy for Fine Arts and Design Aruba, Introduction Rietveld & Bachelor degree.

Teacher for blok 11 March – 4 April 2014  and 21 October -14 November 2014 – Module 1 Body. .www.gerritrietveldacademie.nl/nl/vooropleiding-aruba.
Director Glen Goddijn & coördinator Rebecca Roos.

2007  Lebanon, Beirut
International and interdisciplinary workshop ‘Public space’, case study on the concept of public space in Lebanon Beirut, The initiators of the workshop are (landscape) architects, urban developers, designers and artists linked to studio Beirut, Lebanon, together with the Dutch organizations Archis, Partizan Publik, Pearl and the Amsterdam Center for conflict studies (ACS) of the University of Amsterdam (UvA) www.studiobeirut.org,www.archis.org,www.partizanpublik.nl,www.pearl-foundation.com

2007 Aruba
Ateliers’89, 23 april-16 mei expo 20mei , giving workshop ‘ruimtelijk vormgeving , Aruba http://www.cultura.tv
Ateliers ’89 ‘One minute’film with Dick Tuinder “serhel’,Lebanese diaspora.short film

2003 China, Yunnan
Robert Loder Gaswork London,Ye Yong Quig Upriver loft international residency China, Triangle Arts Trust London Sir Anthony Caro,Caribbean Contemporary Arts CCA Trinidad Charlotte Elias www.cca7.com, http://www.mocaom.net/china/chinagallery.html


2000 Curacao
‘Watamula’,organize group Robert Loder Triangle Arts Trust London Sir Anthony Caro,Caribbean Contemporary Arts CCA Trinidad Charlotte Elias www.cca7.com,  http://www.trianglearts.org. Work group Glenda heyliger,osaira,muyale,renwick heronimo,ryan oduber

1997 Cuba , Soroa
Robert Loder Gasworks London, Hotel Soroa,Triangle Trust Sir Anthony Caro,Caribbean Contemporary Arts CCA Charlotte Elias,www.trianglearts.org

1989 Aruba,Oranjestad
“Atelier 89”organized by Ministery Department of Culture Aruba,director of Institute Evelino Fingal ,director of Contemporary Cultural Affairs Elvis Lopez, Jos Houweling  Rietveld Kunst Academie .

Commission works / public art installations

2017 – Artwork in public space, scupture ‘ San Nicolas’
by FMA-Fundacion Museo Arubano,  curator Renwick Heronimo

Website Paardenbaai supported by Gen Air, Fe

Book Paardenbaai, supported by Unoca, PBCF, Fe

Exposition Project Paardenbaai  supported by ATA, Mondriaan, Gen Air, Fe
Exposition Paradise Park, supported by Fe, Gen Air, Mondriaan Funds
Book Exposition Paradise Park supported by Fe, Unoca, Gen Air,

project Paardenbaai has been made possible through the gracious support of
Government of Aruba, Mondriaan Fund, Unoca, PBCF, Gen Air, and FE

Former Minister of Tourism and Culture Otmar Oduber, Ronella Tjin Asjoe-Croes (ATA), Birgit Donker
(Mondriaan Fund), Benny Sevinger (Minister of Infrastructure).


Project by AAA-Aruba Airport Authority ‘Air Art – Sculptural Garden Neon Text installation. curated by  Dr. Adi Martis  Sponsered by AAA. The Art work is part of an ongoing project ‘ Only Beautiful Words ‘2002-

Project by UNOCA ‘Art in Public Space’  in honor of 60 years work of  Pastor Frans Wijbe, Brons sculpture ‘goede herder’

Project  for  General Air Services Neon Text installation .The Art work installation is part of an ongoing project ‘ Only Beautiful Words ‘2002-2012 .L.G.Smith Blvd 152.I count my blessings

Project  for Private Collector Neon Text installation .The Art work installation is part of an ongoing project ‘ Only Beautiful Words ‘2002-2012 . Lg.Smith Blvd 30  “I always thought that every one is the same”

Grand Price, project ‘500 Years Curacao’ Arte ‘99. Curated by Jennifer Smith  independent curator/Art Historian  from Curacao and Adi Martis independent curator and Art Historian from Aruba lives in the Netherlands.Sponsered by Maduro & Curiel Bank Curacao. Installation and film “illution”

Projects in Process
Project  ‘All Inclusive ‘ Triangle Trust international artists  workshop at Parke  Arikok Aruba
Project Magadalena ,Natural preservation and Cultural diversity  at  National Park Arikok Aruba

285hzchant 2018, Blue time ‘2011‘Coco Channel’ 2009 – Magdalena 2008’-‘love story ‘2008 – ‘Serhel’ 2007 ‘ ,Paraguana’venezuela 2005 butterfly dance ‘China 2003 – ‘dograce’ ,when I wake up you were gone’ Aruba 2002 – ‘ I never promised you a rose garden’ Aruba 2001-‘ natalie the street queen’Aruba  2001- ‘indigo blue’ Curacao 2000 – ‘illution’ Curacao 1999- ‘listen with your eyes ‘Aruba 1998 -‘minotauro’ Cuba 1997- ‘ laberinto’Aruba 1994

International Expositions


Solo exposition” a Dutch woman’- ‘a sea of dreams’
Antiguo Templo de San Isidro La Sabana de Maracaibo,
(23-30 May 2018) curated by Rosher Acevedo Ocando,
Soyde Bastidos Brito, Juan D Bracho R,


Exposition ‘Mare Nostrum’- ‘a sea of dreams‘
Maczul Museo  Arte Contemporaneo Zulia, Maracaibo Venezuela
(28 October2017-28 May 2018)


PAMM Perez Art museum Miami
Caribbean Crossroads of the World

project Only beautiful words light work ‘you are me’

1103 Biscayne Blvd.
April 18, 2014 – September 17, 2014
Miami ,Fl 33132,305 375 3000,Pamm.org
International invitation by Tobias Ostrander
Chief Curator and Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs
Following credit line-Curatorial Team,curator Maria Elena Ortiz
Elvis Fuentes; Programme Curator  Crossroads Project
Oriol Tarridas Photography, Installation view Photo by
Orial Tarridas Caribbean Crossroads of the World,Pérez Art Museum Miami
Naomi Patterson;Senior Registrar
Renwick Heronimo; logistics outsourcing from Washington to Miami

Gowanus Loft
‘Being and Time’
Brooklyn, New York  61 9th Street, Loft C8, 11215
8-14 March 2014 , curated by Renwick Heronimo

Museum De Fundatie
December 27 2013- Maart 14 2014
Exhibition Tropical Kingdom
Following the 200 years Dutch Kingdom
Zwolle, The Palace on the Blijmarkt, Netherlands

Gallery Hofi Bloemhoff
Exposition Tabu’  Curacao

Museo Del Barrio New York , Fith Ave Manhattan
Project Caribbean Crossroads of  the World

Curated by Elvis Fuentes and Susy delValle. www.caribbeancrossroads.org

Project Salon/ Flower Castle -Kasteel keukenhof  in the Netherlands’ curated by Gijs stork independent Art Curator

Project Muhe Frida’
Curacao Curated by  Alydia Wever
Contemporary Dancer.www.alydiawever.com

Exposition Microcosm in Washington DC.
The curatorial team Renwick Heronimo  project coordinator/curator Dutch Caribbean, Laura Roulet independent Curator /art historian Washington DC and Gijs Stork  independent Curator from The Netherlands.

Museo de Arte Moderno  Santo Domingo
Project First International Triennial of Caribbean at

Project Kunstvlaai , Amsterdam Holland
The Netherlands  curated by Elvis Lopez Ateliers’89.www.ateliers89.com

Project  Siddhartha Art Gallery  Kathmandu  Nepal    www.siddharthaartgallery.com

Project Studio Beirut  Lebanon

Project Galvanize film presentation.http://projectgalvanize.blogspot.com curated by Chris Cozier and Charlotte Elias CCA7 Trinidad

Project Non Ego Red Dress”, www.reddress.nl
1 September 2006 -7 January 2007  Exhibition “DRESS CODE” in das Historisches und Volkerkunde Museum, St. Gallen, Swiss.
04.11.2006   8 Theatermuseum, Amsterdam
01.09.2006 / 07.01.2007

DRESSCODE in das Historisches und Volkerkunde Museum,
St. Gallen, Swiss.
23.3.2006 / 30.6.2006   Imagine IC Zuid Oost,Bijlmermeer ,Holland. – www.imagineic.nl
Other participants of the exhibition are: Yoko Ono, John Galliano, Hussein
Ghalayan, Alicia Frames, Helmut Newton, Yinka Shonibare, Jaqueline Hassink Community Project,Institute voor Cultuur,Amsterdam

Project Non ego red dress
”, www.reddress.nl
17.9.2005 / 15.1.2006  Global Fashion / Local Tradition Centraal Museum Utrecht
15.10.2005 / 29.10.2005 Presentation of THE RED DRESS or Too Much Of The Same
Galerie Torch, Amsterdam
Project Film Translator” 30min film/doc on ATV public television production osaira muyale,additing norman thijsen –skytv,

Project VIII  Bienalle  de Cuenca Ecuador
at Banco de Fomento Ecuador  Neon Text  Installation, “Yo siempre pense que cada uno es igual” Art work installation is part of an ongoing project ‘ Only Beautiful Words ‘2002-2012 www.bienaldecuenca.org

Te[oretica San Juan Costa Rica
Project  Iconofagia’
curated  by Virginia Perez-Ratton and Tamara Diaz Bringas Jennifer Smith  www.smallaxe.net/sxspace/works_osaira.html,www.teoretica.org
(search exposiciones iconofagia, no 32

V Caribbean Biennial  at Museum of Modern Art  St.Domingo
curated by Marianna de Tolentino

Project Mu Palace , China
Performance’ and video Butter fly Dance http://www.mocaom.net/china/butterfly.html curated by M. E.Tolentino,Sara Hermann Morera, Monica Dematte, Charlotte Elias CCA7, Triangle Trust England

Associacao Video Brasil”  Brasil ,Sao Paulo
Curated Chriz Cozier, Charlotte Elias CCA7

Exposition Bank of The Netherlands Antilles Curacao
visit of Z.K.H. de prins van oranje en  H.K.H.Prinses maxima,curated by Jennifer Smith independent Art Curator  ,Adi Martis Independent Art Curator and Historian

TenT Gallery, Witte de Withstraat Rotterdam, Holland
Curated by Adi Martis,Jennifer smith,Thomas Mejier Zu Schlochteren.

4th Carribbean Biennial Museo de Arte Moderno Sto Domingo curated by Marianne de Tolentino and collaboration Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds Aruba

Arco Fair Madrid
Parque Juan Carlos I curated by Renwick Heronimo and Osaira Muyale sponsered by Fundacion Eterno and Eterno Studio Gallery Aruba

Galleria Hoffi di Flor- Bloemhoff
in Honor of  Shon May Henriquez,Curacao curated by Jennifer Smith

366/2000  Muka Zwitserland
curated by  Magda van Gils

Centro de bellas Artes” Maracaibo Venezuela
curated by Elvis Lopez  and Jimmy Yanez

Museum  Lia Bermudez  Maracaibo Venezuela
curated by  Jimmy Yanez and Victor Fuenmayor

Project The Urban Life  Sto Domingo
curated by Marianne de Tolentino

Arte 99 ‘500 Years Curacao
curated by  Jennifer Smith and Adi Martis  www.arte99.com

Spiral Gallery Barbados
curated by Annelee Davis and Jocelyn Gardner

Art Foundry Trinidad
curated by Jocelyn Gardner,Annelee  Davis and  Irene Shaw

MIEAC,Museo Extremo e Iberoamericano de Arte Contemporaneo, Badajoz Espana and Casa de las  America Madrid
curated by + Ma.Luisa Borras y Antonio Zaya MEIAC Museo Extremeño e Iberoamericano de Arte Contemporáneo

6th Biennial de la Habana Cuba
curated by  Jose Manuel Noceda Fernandez


National Expositions


Group exposition Proposal’ modern art collection Gast foundation collection (24Aug-Dec2018) at Aruban National Archive

2017- 2018

FMA Public project  San Nicolas Aesthetics, Sculpture San Nicolas’
curated by Renwick Heronimo


Project Paardenbaai
Exposition  Paradise park

Solo exposition ‘Bleau Garden’ in pop up gallery San Nicolas/Art Fair support by Gen air and Fe  


Project  Paardenbaai ‘ Art in public space.
commissioned and sponsored by Aruban Minister of Culture and Tourism Mr.Otmar Oduber and Mrs. Ronella Tjin Asjoe -Croes director of Aruba Tourism Authority. Mondriaan Funds Holland .


Solo Exposition ,Project Paradise Park , studiO  Stadionweg 23, Oranjestad Aruba

Aruba Art and design Academy by dept. of Minister of Culture M Hoeyboer Winklaar

Centro di Bario Tanki leendert by dept. of Minister of Culture M Hoeyboer Winklaar

Project Encuentro Biennale Aruba ‘Happy Islands’  Curated by Jose Manuel Noceda Fernandez independent Art Curator and Historian and Alida Martinez and collaboration by DCA Department of Cultural Affairs Aruba

Project  Muhe Frida’  Aruba Curated by  Alydia Wever  Contemporary Dancer.www.alydiawever.com
Project Souvenirs Festival’ at Ateliers’89 curated by Elvis Lopez.ateliers89.com

Project Salon 1/Aruba  Curated  by Gijs Stork independent Art Curator from The Netherlands.
Project Auction for Haiti curated by  Insight gallery -Alida Martinez.www.alidamartinez.com
Project by  Rekenkamer Government of Aruba.Curated by Maria Theresa Madariaga

Project Rosea Nobo’ curated by Alyda Martinez .Solo expo at Studio Osaira Muyale in collaboration with  groups exposition at  Insight Gallery and Ateliers’89

Project Mind your Gab by Cas di Cultura Aruba ’50 ana di Jubileo ‘ curated by Vicky Arens and Ryan Oduber.www.ryanoduber.com
Project Spirito di Tempo by Access Gallery & Directie Cultuur Aruba curated by Renwick Heronimo
Project Magico Realismo at Access Gallery  Aruba curated by Renwick Heronimo.
Project “Carribean Jazz Festival Art show ‘at Cas di Cultura Aruba,curated by Toyota Gallery
Project Herencia di Esclavitud’ by DCA and  National Archive Aruba curated by Evelino Fingal
Project Naked Truth at Access Gallery Aruba curated by Renwick Heronimo
Project Mar Azul gallery Aruba curated by Gilberd Senchi
project Private Collection at StudiO curated by Osaira Muyale

Project Cream at  Access Gallery Aruba curated by Renwick Heronimo
Project Welkome Home ‘solo exposition at Atelier’ 89
Project space expo at Oranjestad Kunsthuis Aruba curated by Gilbert Senchi
Project Rembrandt in San Nicolas  at SINFA San Nicolas Aruba curated by Glenda Heyliger and Osaira MuyaleProject  Project LISN  Light in San Nicolas ‘ at SINFA San Nicolas Aruba curated by Glenda Heyliger and Osaira Muyale Project Wine, Food & Art Festival at Westin Resort curated by Gilbert Senchi Oranjestad Kunst HuisProject Private Project Private collection  at  Studio Osaira Muyale

Project Acuril XXXVI Aruba Association of Caribbean University and research and institutional libraries.
on ethical aspects on social,cultural society  organized by Art collector Alice van Romondt and SINFA Glenda Heyliger

Project  ‘Translator”   30min film/doc on public television
Project ‘non ego red dress‘ in collaboration with candidate for political party PDR www.democraciareal.com/osaira concept  Aruba National Art Museum
Project ‘only beautiful words commission work Neon Text installation for Gen Air  Aruba www.genairaruba.com

Project Solo Exposition at  studio  Osaira Muyale Aruba
Project  Prince Albert of Monaco & Laureus Foundation at Marriot Resort curated by Gilbert Senchi South end Gallery

project ‘only beautiful words’ commission work ,installation neon sign
Lg.Smith Blvd 30  “I always thought that every one is the same”
Project  SINFA, San Nicolas Foundation for the Arts curated by Glenda Heyliger

Project Couture Cocktail by fashion designer +  Percy Irausqiun and  Fernando Mansur 
Project Ultimate Automobiles BMW goes Art .Curated by Galleria Insight
Project Water toren  Mijlpaal en Uitdaging gevolg voor ontvangst van Z.K.H.de Prins
van  Oranje Aruba
Project Unesco, human rights Department and  Instuitute of  Culture Aruba
Project Silent Auction Quota International Club Fundraising at Allegro Beach Resort Aruba

Project Watamula at Eterno Studio Gallery,
Project  innerlijke landschap at Galleria  Harmonia San Nicolas

Project self Potret at Instituto di Cultura curated by  Elvis Lopez
Project  Madre Patria  at Seaport Conference Center in Honor of Queen Beatrix curated by Renwick Heronimo
Project  Invasion at Cas di Cultura curated by Renwick Heronimo and Eterno Studio Gallery

Project Unesco 50 years human rights at  Department of Cultural Affairs Aruba

Project Invasion at Amsterdam Manor Resort curated by Renwick Heronimo ,Osaira Muyale /Eterno Studio GalleryProject at Club Bonaire San Nicolas of Ministery of Culture curated by Elvis Lopez

Project Hende Muhe den Evolution at Institute of Culture curated by Alida Martinez  and Osaira Muyale
exposition at Eterno Studio Gallery, Galeria Harmonia San Nicolas and Seaport Market Place Aruba

Project Solo exposition Mystery of The Soul  At Eterno Studio Gallery curated Gijs Stork and Renwick Heronimo
Project Fort Zoutman – Willem III Toren  Aruba
Project Street Art Gallery by Institute of Culture and Aruba Tourism Authority

Project paintings at Playa Linda Beach Resort by Betty Werleman and Eterno Studio Gallery

Project Nos Arte by  Institute  of Cultural  Affairs  curated by +July Oduber

Project Mira Arte at Atrium Mall curated by Elvis Lopez

Project the architect and his guests ‘theatre  set design curated and directed by  Nicoline Nagtzaam and Amy Lasten and  Institute of Cultural Affairs Aruba

Project Los Naufragos’ screenplay by Luis Bunuel theater set design curated and directed by Nicoline Nagtzaam,Amy Lasten and  Institute of Cultural Affairs Aruba

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