Over the past seven-plus years of documenting Miamiâ€™s nascent cultural underground, one-named photographer Jipsy has blown past the pack of typical nightclub snappers and evolved into a proper artiste. This new solo show documents the faces, places, and events that have helped shape the new Miami. The body of work conveys this sequence of events, portraying the life of a woman growing deeper into a state of despair. The imagery is dark,Â insinuating themes of murder, anguish and loss of identity. The ambiguity of the pieces leaves the observer questioning the womanâ€™s current state-of-mind, motives and intentions. Naturally, for a show that will probably attract more than a few nightcrawlers, there are free cocktails, this time around courtesy of Mandarine NapolÃ©on.
Thursday, October 13,Â 5:30pm-7:30pm -Â Douglas Elliman Boca Raton,Â 444 E Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton Join Lisa Bottoo Lee on Thursday, October 13 at 5:30 pm at Douglas Ellimanâ€™s Boca Raton office and marvel in her exquisite Art display while mixing, mingling and enjoying an array of wine and cheese selections. 0
Saturday, August 11, 7-9pm – Cafeina Wynwood Lounge Exhibition Center, 297 NW 23rd Street, Miami Wynwood Arts District Join Cafeina Wynwood for the unveiling of Wynwood Exhibition Center August exhibition, “Bits & Pieces with Trek6 & Friends”with special guest, DVDJ Tom Laroc hits the decks with his ol’ school sounds & funky Miami’an visuals along […]
Monday, December 2, 7pm-10pm – The Raleigh Hotel, 1775 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach SHVO hosted a private viewing and cocktail reception to celebrate Les Lalanne at The Raleigh Gardens, a monumental exhibition of work by the artist duo Claude Lalanne and François-Xavier Lalanne, presented by real estate developer Michael Shvo, and in tribute to the […]