Miami based artist Michael Gellatly will assemble a large group of photographs, a few paintings, and a number of drawings. His characters make poetically odd connections during these bizarre times. In Gellatlyâ€™s hybridizing method of depiction, he constructs surreal stand-ins for aspects of humanity using embellished, outfitted gourds. His once darkly erotic creatures have been exhumed from the depths of their indulgences, and in a mixed-metaphor move, he positions them among flotillas of icebergs, at once becoming future refugees. The gourds’ earlier personas, now alongside this new bellwether for global warming and sea level rise, expose their beauty and vulnerabilities within this threat.
Wednesday, October 12, 7pm-10pm – Canvas Lot, 90 NE 17 St, Miami The A+E District collaboration with Miami Film Festival is back with our next installment of Movies Under the Stars at Canvas. Come kick off the GEMS Film Festival with a very special edition of your favorite outdoor movie theater. Enjoy a free screening […]
Saturday, July 21, 7pm- Ave 74- A Miami Gallery, 4432 SW 74 Avenue, Miami Chris Riggs latest show is called â€œA Journey Through Shapes and Colors.â€ This show will be part of the Bird Road Art District Art Walk, which takes place every third Saturday of the Month. The area was originally an industrial area […]
Friday, February 6, 6pm-9pm – Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, 1650 Harrison St, Hollywood Abracadabra is an exhibition of over a hundred works that culminates with a live drawing in which every ticket holder goes home with an original piece of art. Includes performance by Chicken Liquor. Admission is free for members, and $10 […]