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.
Friday, June 22, 7-10:30pm – Panther Coffee, 2390 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami Wynwood Arts District Gravity Brewbar and Panther Coffee are throwing a block party with food from GastroPod to celebrate their caffeinated hoppy creation. Panther Coffee is a Miami-based specialty coffee roaster, retailer and wholesaler specializing in the small-batch roasting of coffee beans and […]
Saturday, May 12, 7:30pm-12:30am – 246 NE 15th Street, Miami Wynwood Arts District The BLUE Missions Annual Cocktail is our largest fundraising event of the year. Friends, volunteers, and generous donors gather together to celebrate our past successes and contribute to future projects. Join us as we work together to create a world where everyone has access […]
Saturday, December 5, 6:30pm-9:30pm – David Rosen Galleries, 3841 NE 2nd Ave, Miami Design District Legendary Actor Jordi Molla from films such as BLOW, Bad Boys II and Jack Ryan will display his “Creativity to the MAX” collection on Saturday, December 5th at David Rosen Galleries in Miami Design District. Please bring a face covering. […]