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Diego Uribe and Cristina Chacón are an exemplary couple with a 40-year relationship (since they were teenagers). They are recognized not only for their longevity as a couple but also for their successful careers as philanthropists and committed international art collectors, leaving an indelible mark on the world of contemporary art in many places.

In addition to forming a family, which is their main project, their multiple and successful ventures in 2021 led to the inauguration of the D+C Family Foundation in the United States, headquartered in Coral Gables, Florida. This foundation has an exclusive residency program known as "boutique artists in residence." Here, they offer exceptional opportunities to renowned artists, providing them with the means to project themselves in the competitive American market.


The program, in addition to involving curators, museum directors, and the most prestigious galleries in the world, all for the benefit of the participating artists, also constantly organizes events to impact the local community.


Diego and Cristina are not just art patrons; they are true globetrotters, present at international fairs, artist studios, and key events in the global art scene. Their passion and dedication to art are evident in all their efforts, establishing themselves as influential and respected figures in the art circuit.


They have been and continue to be active members of acquisition committees, boards of directors, and advisors for museums such as the Guggenheim in NYC, the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) in Miami, Florida, and the Museo de Arte Moderno de Bogotá (MAMBO) in Colombia, among others.


The interesting collection of this family is spread across different cities such as Bogotá (Colombia), Miami (Florida, USA), and Madrid (Spain).

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