European Artists’ Exhibition
Foyer, Riggs Bank, Washington, USA. - 05/06/2003

   During that same year , 2003, Cassar was invited to go to Washington and represent Malta in the European Artists’ Exhibition held at the Italian Embassy to celebrate Contemporary Art in the E.U. Member Countries. He took with him one of his paintings related to Malta’s Preh...  [Read More ...]
Charles Cassar - A Retrospective Exhibition
BOV Centre, St Venera, Malta. - 13/06/2009

   Charles Cassar’s retrospective exhibition included works of nearly a span of more Than fifty years. It was impossible to include certain works which for some reason either were unavailable because they are in private collections abroad or because their size did not make their incl...  [Read More ...]
St. Margaret’s Chapel, San Gwann, Malta. - 14/06/2004

   In 2004 Charles Cassar was invited by the San Gwann Civic Council to hold an exhibition of some of his most significant works in Santa Margherita Chapel which had just been restored. The Inauguration of the chapel was to coincide with the Vernissage of the exhibition. The Mayor of San Gwann Dr.Kurt...  [Read More ...]
Latest News
Sad News
N/A - 2/10/2014 12:00:00 AM

   It is with deep sadness that I have to communicate the sudden loss of a great Maltese talent, my loving dad Charles Cassar, who peacefully passed away on Monday, 10th February 2014, surrounded by his family.

I feel it is now my duty and responsibility to keep this website alive, in memory...
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Roaming Exhibition
N/A - 7/25/2011 12:00:00 AM

   In 2011 - 2012, Chalres Cassar will be participating together with 3 foreign artists in a roaming exhibition visiting the Bagheria (Sicily), Spain, Cyprus and Gozo (Malta). The artists involved hail from the mentioned countries.  [Read More ...]
APS Bank Malta Art Exhibition (2011 - 2013)
APS Bank Malta - 7/25/2011 12:00:00 AM

   APS Bank will be organising a series of Art Exhibitions during the month of September 2011, 2012, 2013 at the new head office in APS Centre, Tower Street, Birkirkara. The aim is to promote Maltese art, namely painting, sculpture, ceramics and other media.

Charles Cassar has been chosen to ...
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