“Concerning the Spiritual in Artâ€ gathers together thirteen artists living in Miami, or who have been linked to the city who share the wish to make the invisible visible, and the knowledge that each work transforms the space and the reality of the beholder. The participating artists are the Argentinean NicolÃ¡s Leiva, the Venezuelans AndrÃ©s Michelena, Evelyn Valdirio and Lili(ana), the Cubans Heriberto Mora and Raimundo Travieso, and the Colombians Jorge Cavalier and Sara Modiano (1951-2010). With the exception ofÂ Modianoâ€™sÂ seminal installation, Ser, included as a tribute to this valuable artist who passed away, and who embarked with this work on her search for a representation of the soul, the rest of the pieces reveal little known phases in the production of the invited artists, either because they are part of their most recent work, including pieces that mark the beginning of a new type of exploration, or because although being of great interest, they have never been exhibited before. Also in the adjacent spaces we will have the participation of the painter Margarita Lega and the photographer Juan Carlos Mirabal. Parallel to this, the “Mad Cow Project Room” will be hosting a performance by the US artist Billie Grace Lynn.
Monday, November 30, 5pm-8pm – Gallery Diet, 6315 NW 2nd Avenue,Â Miami Wynwood Arts District Gallery Diet is pleased to present “I Like Blue,” an exhibition of new paintings by Ann Craven opening November 30th, 2015 with a public reception (5-8 pm) and remaining on view until January 9th, 2016. Through these paintings, Craven converses with […]
Saturday, October 8, 9pm – The Workshop, 171 NW 23 Street, Miami Wynwood Arts District Down free Mandarine NapolÃ©on cocktails as you check out the debut of Florida-based artist Mindy Linkousâ€™ rocking “Sessions” collection at The Workshop during Art Walk this Saturday (it runs through Nov 11th), which’ll include her bold, vintage-style portraits of cultural […]
Thursday, July 30, 7pm – Online “Irene died in convulsions last night. What shall we do with body?” This telegram, dated June 1917, was found by Vizcaya’s archivist and caused all kids of rumors to get started! Who was Irene? What did they do with her body?! “Died in convulsions” sounds like code for murder…. […]