Floral Designer Raul Rivera L. was born and raised in Mexico City. Growing up he visited many of Mexico’s famous public art spaces, filled with works by famous Mexican muralist and painters, such as Frida Kalho, Diego Rivera, David Alfaro Siqueiros and José Clemente Orozco. They created large public murals in places such as the National Palace, the Department of Education, the Autonomous University and the Palace of Fine Arts. Their influence developed Rivera L.’s great vision for art, beauty, creativity and, for him, one of the most important things in life: passion and respect for the community.
Saturday, July 15, 7pm-10pm – 114 Buena Vista Boulevard, Miami Midtown Join to celebrate Dimarco Barea and Midtown Miami Magazine’s new Art Gallery, plus walk into an interactive art installation titled ‘ILLUMINATE.’ Explore the unique artwork of international photographer Francisco Aguila as you sip on a selection of wines. RSVP to: VIP@MidtownMiamiMagazine.com 0
Thursday, October 4, 7-10pm – Oxenberg Fine Art, 50 NE 29 Street, Miami Wynwood Arts District Humberto Castro: Drawings & Sculpture, will open with a reception and opportunity to meet the artist on Thursday, October 4, 2012, 7-10:00PM. Complimentary light fare, refreshments and public parking will also be available. Humberto Castro is a renowned â€œ1980s […]
Wednesday, December 2, 10:30pm – Lou La Vie, 246 NE 15th Street, Miami You are invited for an evening of cocktails and exploration, with sounds provided by Ruckus, and cocktails courtesy of Perfect Vodka. As a young boy in Japan, NAOYA began his artistic career by assisting his father, Nagae Rokuya, an important artist who […]