Delia Cabral in front of a painting by Ahmad Shukri Mohamed, in his studio, Malaysia

DELIA CABRAL is active in many capacities in the art world. Experience includes:

International art dealer
Museum designer
Gallery owner (DCA)
Design company founder (DCA Style)
Event producer

Cabral founded the international dealership DCA Fine Art, focusing on international contemporary art. DCA Fine Art  quickly gained a reputation for putting on dynamic, risk-taking shows.

Delia’s proclivity for international art projects has helped her forge working relationships in the UK, Ireland, Sweden, Malaysia, Singapore, South Africa, and the Middle East.

As an event producer, Cabral has raised money and awareness for a variety of organizations addressing issues such as international human rights, cancer relief, women’s advocacy, at-risk youth, and homelessness.

Delia bridges collectors to new upcoming art markets globally and introduces international artists to the American art scene.

PETER FRANK is Associate Editor at Fabrik Magazine, Formerly Senior Curator at the Riverside Art Museum, Frank has also served as Editor of THEmagazine Los Angeles and Visions Art Quarterly and as critic for Angeleno magazine and the L.A. Weekly. Frank was born in 1950 in New York, where he wrote art criticism for The Village Voice and The SoHo Weekly News, and moved to Los Angeles in 1988. He contributes articles to numerous publications and has written many catalogues for one‑person and group exhibitions. Frank has also organized numerous theme and survey shows, including “Driven to Abstraction: Southern California and the Non-Objective World, 1950-1980,” for the Riverside Art Museum; “Artists’ Books U.S.A.”, “Mapped Art: Charts, Routes, Regions” and “Line and Image: The Northern Sensibility in Recent European Drawing”, all for Independent Curators Inc.; “Fluxus Film and Video” for the Museo Reina Sofia in Madrid; “Young Fluxus” for Artists’ Space in New York; “To the Astonishing Horizon” for Los Angeles Visual Arts; “Southern Abstraction” for the Raleigh (NC) City Gallery of Contemporary Art; “The Theater of the Object, 1958‑1972” for New York’s Alternative Museum; “Visual Poetry” for the Otis/Parsons Art Institute in Los Angeles; “Multiple World” for the Atlanta College of Art; and, most notably, “19 Artists – Emergent Americans,” the 1981 Exxon National Exhibition mounted at the Guggenheim Museum.


DIGITAL FUSION Founded in 1999, Los Angeles-based DigitalFusion Creative Technologies Inc., is a leading innovator in photographic post-production, capture, DF Studio archiving software, and other aspects of digital image-reproduction technology. Renowned for its advances in scanning, lighting, retouching, printing, and archiving, the company offers world-class expertise in the handling and reproduction of original works of art. DigitalFusion is able to recreate historical artifacts and artworks with astounding accuracy, and has spared no effort in reproducing C. G. Jung’s exquisite pages as exactly, and as beautifully, as possible.



Delia is a guest curator and sales liaison  for Salt Fine Art, a premier Laguna Beach Gallery specializing in Latin American art.

1492 south coast highway
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
Gallery Phone: 949.715.5554

ADC & Building Bridges

Delia is a guest curator and the Sales Director, ADC & BUILDING BRIDGES International Art Exchange is a Non Profit Organization 501 (c) 3  dedicated to cultivate an understanding among cultures worldwide through international art exhibitions (workshops-lectures), art exchanges and artists residencies.

ADC Contemporary & BUILDING BRIDGES International Art Exchange
Bergamot Station Arts Center
2525 Michigan Ave., Unit F2
Santa Monica, CA 90404
Gallery Phone: 310.770.1961

ART 1307

Founded in Naples in 2007, ART1307 is a cultural institution whose mission is to promote the visual arts on an international level. The artists who have been invited to exhibit with ART1307 have not been chosen so much, or not only, on the basis of whether they have already gained international recognition, but first and foremost on that of the quality and talent manifested by their works. Exhibitions have held in many other venues over the years, not only in Italy but above all abroad, in France and above all in Los Angeles, California, where the association set up a “branch” in 2011, whose main purpose is to promote Italian artists on the other side of the Atlantic.

ART 1307, llc
10501 Wilshire Blvd #605
Los Angeles, 90024 CA

ART 1307 – Cultural Institution
Rampe Sant’Antonio a Posillipo, 104
80122 Naples – Italy