Liliam Dominguez (b. Cuba) studied at San Alejandro Art Academy in her native Havana City, Cuba. During the first year of higher studies at Instituto Superior de Arte (ISA), she immigrated to the US and continued studying and working different art media.
In the U.S., she received a BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS from New World School of the Arts and a MASTERS OF FINE ARTS at the University of Miami. She actively works and exhibits as well as teaches, a profession that has taken her to continue her education toward a Ph.D in Curriculum and Instruction at Barry University.
Her work has been included in shows at various galleries around the world, including Havana and Miami, and is included in collections such as the Bass Museum in Miami Beach, Florida, as well as several private collections.
Liliam currently resides and works in Miami, Florida.
2013 SwingSpace – Miami Dade College, Museum of Art & Design
2007 GAFAC, CAA conference, New York City
2005 University of Miami Graduate Assistantship, Art and Art History Department.
2014 “Photology from the persistence of perceptive memory” in collaboration with Tony Fernandez “Boys from Chicago.” Sivana Facchini Gallery, Miami, FL
2013 “Mirror Stage” SwingSpace, MDC Museum, FL
“Apantesis” in collaboration with Andres Cabrera. Silvana Facchini Gallery, Miami, FL
Contributor to Due South, Student Photography in the Southeast,
Articles about Liliam Dominguez
Alfonso, Maria Isabel. “Liliam Dominguez: Dialogos entre reflejos.” Emilio Ichikawa blog. 11 January 2014. http://eichikawa.com/2014/01/liliam-dominguez-dialogos-entre-reflejos.html
Leon, Luis Leonel. “La fotografía de Liliam Domínguez: La muestra fotográfica apuesta por el psicoanálisis y la imaginación.” Diario de las Americas (Miami) 11 December 2013: Vida y Artes
Pérez Rementería, Dinorah. “Expresiones del lente: Las fotografías cotidianas de Liliam Dominguez: Qué significa una vidriera, una barrera?” Cubaencuentro 5 June 2008: http://www.cubaencuentro.com/es/cultura/articulos/expresiones-del-lente-890
Lopez-Ramos, Rafael. “Ruben Torres Llorca and Liliam Dominguez” Art Nexus No. 68 – Dec 2007
De Armas, Jorge. “Juego de Interpretaciones: ‘Una Historia para niños basada en un crimen real’, la última exposición de Liliam Dominguez y Ruben Torres Llorca.” Cubaencuentro 8 Agosto 2007: http://www.cubaencuentro.com/es/cultura/articulos/juego-de-interpretaciones-40678
Triff, Alfredo. “Una historia para niños basada en un crimen real: Liliam Dominguez y Ruben Torres Llorca.” El Nuevo Herald (Miami) 5 Agosto 2007: artes & letras 6D
Gil, Marguerite. “Kunsthaus Miami: Contemporary art space”MAG Miami Art Guide 7, December 2006/January 2007
Herrera, Adriana. “Los Umbrales de Liliam Dominguez en la galería Kunsthaus.” El Nuevo Herald. (Miami) 11 September 2006: aplausos 9D