The word textile comes from the Latin “texere” which means “to weave”, “to braid” or “to construct,” and is the common root of words like text and textile. There is a discourse that flows between the threads and the fabrics of the artworks by the women artists participating in this exhibition. They weave worlds as incarnations of the mythic Arachne, transforming the techniques of weaving in a practice that invokes a common memory. Through their pieces, they transfer memories of ancestral cultures into contemporary art. Their works reconnect us with nature and respond to the calling of what we have lost in history and now needs to be interwoven in our visions. As such, the spectator should walk carefully and attentively through the threads that connect the artworks of these contemporary artists.
Thursday, November 17,Â 7:30pm-11:30pm -Â Ideobox,Â 2nd floor, 2417 Miami Ave,Â Miami Wynwood Arts The Saludarte Foundation proudly presents, during Art Week, Magdalena FernÃ¡ndezâ€™s closing installation of her exposition â€œArquitecturas del Desarragioâ€,of three years, with her installation â€œ1i0011″, in Wynwood, at Ideobox. She will be presenting alongside drawings and mobile paintings in a compelling environment which provides a discussion […]
Friday, October 14, 6pm-9pm – The Sagamore Hotel, 1671 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach ArtCenter/South Florida and The Sagamore Art Hotel cordially invites you to a Happy Hour at the luxurious hotel. Starting at 6pm, join us for an evening of art, hors d’oeuvres and drink specials!Â ArtCenter is proud to announce a partnership with the Sagamore […]
Wednesday, May 10, 6:30pm-8:30pm – The Sacred Space Miami, 105 NE 24th St, Miami Wynwood Arts District Join us for an evening connecting with spirit through guided meditation, a talk on Mediumship, and a group Mediumship reading led by medium/Psychic Erica Korman. We will close the evening with a discussion on the Afterlife and other areas of interest. […]