1931: Javier Cabada was born in Barcelona, Spain on October 25th.
1949: Javier Cabada began studying the art of painting in Lima, Peru, under the tutelage of Oscar Allain Cotera.
1951: Javier Cabada studied at the National School of Fine Arts in Lima, Peru.
1960: In his first solo show, Javier Cabada exhibits several large stone sculptures at Centro Regional SPE Sao Paulo, Brazil.
1961: Cabada continues his studies in Dusselfdorf, Germany, and Paris, France. He begins experimenting with portraiture in Barcelona, Spain.
1962-4: Now in the United States, Javier studies painting and printmaking at the Corcoran College of Art and Design in Washington, DC.
1964: Cabada travels to France and Spain, studying mural painting at the Massana Art School in Barcelona.
1965: Although his studies are never complete, Javier begins teaching painting in Washington, DC.
1969: An important year for Cabada's painting: Javier produces "Relativisms" and "Little People" while in Washington, DC. He later exhibits his work at the Jules Brassner Art Gallery in New York City.
1970: Javier has the honor of being invited to hold a solo exhibition at the Royal Fine Arts School in Bangkok, Thailand.
1971: Again, Javier has the honor of being invited to hold a solo exhibition; this time at The Dragon Gallery in Paris, France. Cabada also displays his work at the Charles Hansen Gallery in New York City.
1972: Javier exhibits his work at Arthemis East Gallery in New York City.
1973-83: "Chopin" is exhibited at the John F. Kennedy Performing Arts Center in Washington, DC.
1976: Javier Cabada becomes an American citizen.
1977: Javier has the honor of being represented by David Findley in New York City.
1978: Javier serves on the jury for a competition of the arts at the Arlington Arts Center in Arlington, VA.
1979: Cabada's work is exhibited at the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, DC.
1980: Cabada's work is exhibited at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, DC.
1986: Cabada's work is exhibited at the Jewish Community Center in Baltimore, MD.1990: Javier travels to Russia to exhibit work at the Tretyakov Museum in Moscow.
1992: Javier travles to Spain for an art show in Malaga and to visit Roger Veoarano.
1993: Monsignor Rausch purchases "Crucifixion" and subsequently donates the 66" x 54" oil painting to the Vatican.
1996: Javier begins his period of "Disintegrated figures." He continues working in this manner until 2009.
2010: The Aaron Gallery, a long time representative of Javier Cabada's work, moves locations, allowing his large-scale works to shine in their new spacious West End location. Additionally, Paul Schmidt, ambassador of Luxembourg to Portugal and long time collector of Javier's works, purchases Cabada's work through Aaron Gallery's new location - representing the enduring support of Javier Cabada's collectors.
2011: "Color and Light," a style begun in 1967, provides a central sense of continuity in his exhibitions.
2012: Cabada holds Studio Salon #1 "Studio Salon of 'New Beginnings."
2013: Cabada holds Studio Salons 2 & 3 in his local studio.