• GROUP EXHIBITIONS

    2016- "Living in My Skin" Sugar Hill Children Museum of Art and Story Telling -Rio Gallery III, NY.

    2016-" Mestizo." Bullet Space, Lower East Side NY.

    2016- "Sankofa: Reflections on Cultural Heritage and Shared Humanity." Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center, Millville NJ.

    2016- "GLORIA." Casa Quien Gallery Santo Domingo, Republica Dominicana.

  • ARTISTS TALK


    2015- Artists Talk: Caribbean Artists And The Geopolitics of Displacement and Memory Part I at Tikhonova & Wintner Fine Art Harlem NY

  • GROUP EXHIBITIONS


    2015- News From The Islands: Six Caribbean Printmakers.
    Tikhonova & Wintner Fine Art Harlem NY

    2015- Consequential Translations, Centro Cultural de España,
    Santo Domingo RD.

    2015- "La." Casa Quien Gallery, Santo Domingo Rep. Dominicana.

    2015- 5th Annual Caribbean Fine Art Fair, Barbados, MAR.
    Coronado Print Studio.

    2014- Dominican Intellectual Legacy Gala at The Great Hall,
    City University of New York, NY.

    2014- Caribbean Waves Up North, El Museo Latino Omaha NE

    2014- Trips The Lights Fantastic, The High line Loft, NY.
    Natalie Kates Projects.

    2014 - "SCOPE 2014" International Contemporary Art Show, New York
    Style Curator Inc.

    2013 - “Peekskill Project V” Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Arts HVCC, NY

    2013 - “Condition My Place Our Longing” CUNY: Dominican Studies Institute, NYC

    2013 - “Pyramid” Atlantic Book Arts Fair, Washington DC

    2012 - “Latino Printmaking in the United States” Moreau Art Galleries, IN

    2012 - “Nobody in the Vision” Aronson Gallery, NYC

    2012 - “Transnational Hispaniola II Conference” Presentation at Rutgers University, NJ

    2012 - “Postcards from the Edge” Cheim & Read Gallery, Chelsea, New York

    2012 - “Decoding” New York Public Library, Mulberry Branch, Soho, NYC

    2011 - “The Affordable Art Fair NYC Fall Edition” 7 West 34th Street, New York

  • Bio

    Leslie Jiménez is a Dominican artist based in New York. Graduated from the prestigious school of design, Altos de Chavón, in the Dominican Republic and earned a competitive scholarship to continue her training at Parsons, the New School of Design, in New York City, from which she graduated with special recognition. Leslie has been frequently featured in diverse venues ranging from art galleries in uptown and downtown Manhattan to institutions of higher education and research such as the Dominican Studies Institute at City College of New York, CUNY in The Heights, Rutgers University, and Parsons.