The de la Cruz Collection is pleased to announce the opening of an installation in our project room of works by American artist Christian Holstad.Christian Holstad’s art practice reflects his interests in crafts, hand-made objects and textiles. Holstad’s work shares a “Camp” aesthetic sensibility with references to kitsch. “Camp” was very much part of the 1960’s culture and is often associated with drag queen performers, filmmakers like John Waters (his filmsÂ Pink Flamingos, HairsprayÂ andÂ Polyester), Andy Warhol and artists like Divine and Liberace. The exhibit is free of charge.
Wednesday, February 20, 6:30pm-9pm – The ARC (Arts & Recreation Center), 675 Ali Baba Avenue, Opa-locka Black Miami In Photographs is a photo exhibition designed to celebrate the rich history of Black people in Miami by telling a story that has become shrouded in mystery, despite Black people having played key roles in the development and incorporation of […]
Thursday, August 7, 6pm-9pm -Â PÃ©rez Art Museum Miami,Â 1103 Biscayne Blvd., Miami At PÃ©rez Art Museum Miami (PAMM),Â guests toasted in celebration of the opening of Haitian-born, Miami-based Adler Guerrierâ€™s first solo museum exhibition,Â Adler Guerrier: Formulating a Plot. The stimulating multi-media exhibition explores Miamiâ€™s political history of radical activism through the cityâ€™s urban and suburban landscapes. Surveying […]
Thursday, July 11, 6pm-9pm – The Directed Art Modern, 50 NE 75 St, Unit 109, Miami The Directed Art Modern is pleased to present B.L. Josseph, Rob Anderson, and Franck de las Mercedes in the group exhibition Μονόχρωμος (Monokhromos). The Greek word monokhromos means using black and white, or one color in varying hues, shades, and tones. […]