Canale Diaz Art Center presents Alejandro Plaza, a known young artist whose iconography â€“ a combination of neo-pop and neo-kineticism â€“ has managed to permeate into the Venezuelan imagery. â€œImaginariumâ€ will delight collectors and art enthusiasts from July 30th to October 3rd. A total of 23 artworks will be showcased throughout â€œImaginariumâ€™sâ€ 9 weeks duration, including a Porsche 911 Carrera 4S luxury sport car, in partnership with Prestige USA Sport Cars. Plaza designed and applied the art with a load of perfection and attention to details. Using his geometric abstraction heritage, he transformed the vehicleâ€™s body in a dynamic universe of fragmented shapes and colors generating movement on their own. Similarly, Plaza used an Essex Grand Piano EGP 183, designed by the renowned manufacturer Steinway & Sons, as his painting surface transferring all the energy of his imagination. For â€œImaginariumâ€ Alejandro Plaza and Canale Diaz Art Center have combined their will and efforts in this solo show to benefit the Maestro Cares Foundation, a non-profit organization established to help homeless and neglected children in developing Latin American countries. Maestro Cares seeks to offer assistance to these children while supporting social services and other development programs. The artist, Maestro Cares representatives, art critics, collectors, entrepreneurs and special guests will be present.
Saturday, December 7, 8:30am-1pm – Sagamore Hotel, 1671 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach Hosted by Sagamore, The Art Hotel owners, Marty and Cricket Taplin, in partnership with six local museums: the Bass Museum of Art, Lowe Art Museum, Perez Art Museum Miami, Museum of Contemporary Art, The Patricia & Phillip Frost Museum of Art at FIU, […]
Saturday October 15, 5â€“9pm – Art Nouveau Gallery, 348 NW 29th Street, Wynwood Arts District Georgina Chumaceiro and Elizabeth Hazim Directors of Art Nouveau Gallery cordially invite you to the Opening Reception of White Surfaces By Carlos Medina. RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org 0
Tuesday, April 14, 8:30pm-10:30pm – Gramps, 176 NW 24th St,Â Miami Wynwood Arts District Artist Martine Syms presents an original performance commission by O, Miami and based on the history of Overtown.Â On January 12, 1963, Sam Cooke played an energetic and memorable concert in Miami, at Overtown’s Harlem Square Club. Despite being professionally recorded by his […]