In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 – October 15), Cecilia Moreno-Yaghoubi unveils How I Lost My Accent: The Black and White Series – a pop-up exhibition about the Colombian artist’s repressed and unearthed memories. In addition to presenting new oil and mixed media paintings, a series of clotheslines mounted with dated worn dresses, pinned with weathered black and white photos and antique dolls, will transform the space into a virtual maze of the unconscious mind. Reconstructing and romanticizing the past with found objects and two-dimensional works, Moreno-Yaghoubi creates a tangible reflection of her memory for viewers. Sponsored by Vita Coco. For more information please visit www.ceciliamyart.com or call 917-295-0191.
Friday, February 10, 6-10pm – David Castillo Gallery,Â 2234 NW 2nd Avenue,Â Miami Wynwood Arts District Fundraiser benefitting MFA Exhibition 2012, FIU Art & Art History Department.Â Food, Drinks, Music, Silent Auction ofÂ artwork by Alex Trimino, Peter Hammar, and Pepe Mar. Admission $20; Students & Artists $5. Please leave this field emptyDaily Events Digest Email Receive events in […]
Friday, April 20, 12pm-2pm – Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum, FIU, 10975 S.W. 17th St., Miami The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum, FIU presents the world premiere of Dangerous Women. Courageous heroines and deceptive femmes fatales abound in the Old and New Testaments. This timely new exhibition explores shifting perceptions of these historic […]
Thursday, March 10, 7pm-11pm – Cafeina Lounge, 297 NW 23rd St,Â Miami Wynwood Arts District Cafeina Lounge in collaboration with Luis Valle aka El Chan Guri is proud to present Urban Aborigional: Vibrational Frequencies of Indigenous Essence; a solo exhibition of painting works by Luis Valle. The exhibit will feature a selection of some past, current […]