Elysa D. Batista exhibits her Scopic Ciphers series at the Williams McCall Gallery in Coconut Grove. The opening reception is open to the public on Saturday, December 2 at 6 pm. The exhibit will run until January 31. Scopic Ciphers is a collection of Batistaâ€™s internalized repressed experiences with relation to race, gender, and culture. It is a series of sculptural complaints that dissects the manner in which preconceptions and prejudices vary across both domestic and international spectrums. Batista carves, cuts, and folds manipulated digital typography onto materials including wood and aluminum, which are then mechanically affixed onto material such as plexiglass.
Saturday, September 22, 6pm-12am – Sanguich De Miami, 2057 SW 8th Street, Miami Sanguich De Miami greets the community with its unique Cuban charm, from its very own ventanita, which secures a front row view into the all-new 750 sq. ft. sit-down restaurant. The cozy 25-seat sanguich shop and café pays homage to Cuba’s early […]
Thursday, August 9, 7pm â€“ Villa Azur Restaurant & Lounge, 309 23rd Street, Miami Beach Come by Villa Azur and check out the debut of “Somewhere in America” photography exhibit by Anne Valverde. Doors open at 7pm, and cocktail attire is suggested. RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org or 305-763-8688 0
Friday, April 5, 5:00pm – CAS Gallery,Wesley Foundation Building, 1210 Stanford Drive, Coral Gables The Salon des RefusÃ©s is named after the celebrated Salon des RefusÃ©s exhibition of 1863, in Paris, in which the Impressionists exhibited their revolutionary new paintings that had been â€œrefusedâ€ by the French Academy. Presented by the Department of Art and […]