2004

La Colectiva’s Noches de Arte Solo Exhibition, Centro de Oro Business and Cultural District.

 

2005

Solo Exhibition Messages of the Earth at the PRFAA First Friday exhibitions (Puerto Rican federal Affairs Administration).

La Colectiva’s Noches de Arte Second Solo Exhibition, Centro de Oro Business and Cultural District.

Galería Es Arte (Philadelphia PA) Solo Exhibition

 

2006

Solo Exhibition Hilo Dorado at the PRFAA (Puerto Rican federal Affairs Administration).

Group Exhibition at The Well (Feasterville PA) Monthly Arts Showcase

 

2007

Solo Studio exhibition for the Philadelphia Open Studio Tours

Philadelphia Foundation presents the Taller Puertorriqueño’s permanent collection.


 

2009

Dialogo 365 - Group Exhibition featuring 39 Latino/ Latin American Artists at the Ice Box Gallery, Crane Arts Building Philadelphia

Synesthesia – Group Exhibtion at the Painted Bride, Philadelphia PA

Solo Exhibition at The Atlas Building for the Philadelphia Open Studio Tours

 

2010

Crying Sirens, Solo exhibition and concert at Cedar Street Studios.

 

2011

Fantasía Bozal - Solo Exhibition of new paintings and drawings. HACE Business and Visitors Center, Philadelphia PA. June 24 - September 23

 

2012

Interior Castles Solo Exhibition of new paintings, drawings, video, music, and digital images. A Seed on Diamond Gallery, November 2012

 

2013

Interior Castles - solo exhibition and performance Bridge Set Sound 710 South Street Philadelphia PA

“WE’VE MET” Group show at the Paula Lalala Mvsevm  

August 24 - September14

 

S.M.A.SH group show at Salon1522

1522 N. Lawrence St. Philadelphia, PA 19122

October 2013

 

2014

A Contemporary Madonna Counterpoint: Mexico and Puerto Rico

Two person show featuring Tlisza Jaurique and Daniel de Jesús

Taller Puertorriqueno 2721 North 5th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19133

January 31, 2014, 9am – Sat, April 12, 2014




 

2016

Retrospective exhibit @ Galería Casa Cultura

Friday, May 6, 2016

7:00pm  11:00pm

Galería Casa Cultura

Join Galería Casa Cultura in welcoming Philadelphia based artist Daniel de Jesús to his premier exhibition in Trenton NJ. The Multidisciplinary artist will be featuring original paintings, drawings, and for the opening, performing original music live from his latest album La Dolorosa.

Daniel de Jesus has exhibited and performed his music internationally. His work explores the intrinsic colonial past of Latin America and presents a visually classical yet modern interpretation of Latinidad.

Opening Reception May 6, 2016

7pm - 11pm

Performance at 9pm

Galeria Casa Cultura 222 S Broad St, Trenton, NJ 08608 2nd floor


 

Finding Our Voice: Images and Musings Influenced by the Latinx Experience

Community College of Philadelphia

Monday, September 19, 2016

4:30pm  6:30pm

Finding Our Voice: Images and Musings Influenced by the Latinx Experience"9 Artists with very different styles and methods of approach to art are united to address issues, hopes, and achievements of the Latinx population in today’s American society. Drawing from their personal experiences and of those in their community, these artists present their questions, aspirations, and conclusions in attempts to engage the viewer and raise serious dialogue about recent topics affecting the Latinx community.

 

The Trenton Museum Society Presents

Tertulia

Sept. 17 – Nov. 13, 2016

Exhibit Highlighting Local and Regional Latino Artists at Ellarslie

In Spanish, Tertulia means gathering, especially a gathering of people interested in arts and culture. People of all ages and backgrounds are gathering at Ellarslie to appreciate the art and culture of Latino-Americans.

Visitors to the exhibit can expect to see work by well-known artists like hyper-realist and long-time Ellarslie exhibitor, David Rivera, Jose Anico showing striking modern landscapes, painting and sculpture by Dominican-born artist Julia Santos Solomon, and pieces by regional artists like Daniel de Jesús whose figurative work is being shown at Ellarslie for the first time.