At PÃ©rez Art Museum Miami (PAMM),Â guests toasted in celebration of the opening of Haitian-born, Miami-based Adler Guerrierâ€™s first solo museum exhibition,Â Adler Guerrier: Formulating a Plot. The stimulating multi-media exhibition explores Miamiâ€™s political history of radical activism through the cityâ€™s urban and suburban landscapes. Surveying 15 years of work across diverse media, the exhibitionÂ considers the central themes and concerns of Guerrierâ€™s practice.
As the sun set over museum park, the Ambassadors of African American Art kicked off the evening with a toast to the artist.Â Guests enjoyed cocktails and dialogue between artist, Adler Guerrier and exhibit curator, Diana Nawi. A breadth of topics reflected in the exhibition were discussed, including Guerrierâ€™s interest in Miamiâ€™s history, the legacy of the 1960s, and the influence of cinema and literature on his practice. Thom Collins, Director of PÃ©rez Art Museum Miami, also made note that PAMM is positioned to have the largest collection of African American Art in the region. Adler Guerrier: Formulating a Plot will be on view at PAMM through January 25, 2015.
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