Co-sponsored by the Confucius Institute, the exhibition includes 37 works by eight contemporary Chinese artists working on paper using ink. The artists share in their dedication to return to the original unique properties of ink art. However traditional paper and ink may seem, these artists and their works are anything but. All grew up in the 1980s and the influence of Western art is visible in their work. They share in the awareness of the relationship between the tradition of brush and ink, and through their efforts ink art today stands as a shining example in the development of contemporary art. All exhibitions are free and open to the public.
Thursday, August 28, 6:30pm-9:30pm – Verde, 1103 Biscayne Blvd., Miami Join Chef Nicolay Adinaguev and the Verde team in presenting a 5 course tasting menu to pair with the beers of Florida’s own Cigar City Brewing. Amuse â€“ Verde’s Hamachi Sashimi with Cigar Cityâ€™s Cucumber Saison Course 1 â€“ Mahi Mahi Ceviche with Cigar Cityâ€™s […]
Monday, February 6, 6pm-8pm – LA Sweetz, 12544 SW 88 Street, Miami Come out for a sweet and complimentary bite and sampling of amazing Moscato and Sparkling wines supplied by Mr. Acampa and his fabulous team. Also Champagne Cupcakes will make their debut, hurry up and tell your friends and your boo. LA Sweetz is where […]
September 14 – 21, Regal South Beach, 1120 Lincoln Rd, Miami Beach Created by the producers Adriana L. Dutra, Claudia Dutra and Viviane Spinelli, BRAFF (Brazilian Film Festival of Miami) is a pioneer in the exclusive exhibition of Brazilian cinema abroad and has been the leader for the promotion of the Brazilian audiovisual abroad over […]