Photographer Rubem Robierb offers in this exhibition a parodic view of the dollar money. It is the dollar as a generic product and a raw material that signifies the extreme materialism that governs the American system. Money is an American paradigm that defines not only the economic scheme in which people live in but it is also a mechanism in which people center their lives. Robierbâ€™s money photographs emits political and sometimes caustic resonances. The artist re appropriates the dollar image, twisting its shape into different meaningful figures. In curling and entwining the dollar bill papers of different denominations, the artist generates ideological forms. Curated by Milagros Bello, Ph.D.
Sunday, May 27, 3-9pm – Wynwood Green, 572 NW 23rd Street, Miami Wynwood Arts District Wynwood Green is proud to present a â€˜newâ€™ one-of-aâ€“kind outdoor daytime experience in the artery of Miamiâ€™s artistic community. In association with The Armory Studios and 305Green comes an organic monthly outdoor space in Wynwood that will harness creativity and […]
Wednesday, July 11, 7pm-8pm – Books & Books, 265 Aragon Ave, Coral Gables For over 50 years, Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey has awed audiences around the world with its epic journey across the vastness of human history – and beyond. To commemorate this milestone, join us for an in-depth conversation about the seminal […]
Thursday, January 29, 7pm-9pm -Â Bunnie Cakes, 2322 NE 2nd Avenue,Â Miami Wynwood Arts District Bunnie Cakes celebrated their second Anniversary by hosting a special Cupcake Wars challenge. Guests enjoyed an array of sweet treats by some of South Floridaâ€™s favorite foodies, and cocktails courtesy of Chambord â€“ all for a good cause! Chat Chow TV’s Neapolitan, […]