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Maman Fine Art Gallery Grand Opening

Maman Fine Art Gallery Grand OpeningTuesday, November 19, 7pm-9pm – Maman Fine Art Gallery, 3930 NE 2nd Avenue, Suite 204, Miami Design District

Art connoisseurs joined Craig Robins and world renowned gallerist Daniel Maman for the grand opening of Maman Fine Art Gallery in the heart of Miami Design District. Craig Robins is Chief Executive Officer and President of Dacra, a real estate development company that is known for its cultivation of creative communities, integration of art and design, and overall value creation. For Daniel Maman, renowned Argentine art dealer and prominent figure in the Argentinian culture, Maman Fine Art Gallery, is first US gallery bearing his name. Maman Gallery’s grand opening launched with an exclusive collection of historic and contemporary artwork collected by Daniel Maman himself, along with his wife, Patricia Pacino de Maman, over their years spent traveling the globe while sourcing rich new art. The opening was generously sponsored by A Thierry’s Catering and Event Design.

Since the start of his career, Maman has invested in art; and as a result, his personal collection comprises of 2,000 works of art, all of which are owned by Maman himself. The largest modern and contemporary art gallery in Buenos Aires bears Maman’s name, as he’s managed and curated important collection pieces by a plethora of notable South American artists over his 37 year career. The gallery’s Buenos Aires location opened in October 2001, where it quickly became recognized among the art community for promoting both established and emerging contemporary artists.

Focusing on contemporary and modern art, the new gallery features works of historic Latin American art that are concrete, kinetic and conceptual. Imitating the Buenos Aires gallery, seminars with various artists, collectors and curators will also be offered at the new Miami location, as well as cultural initiatives, interdisciplinary design and fashion-related events. Additionally, the gallery will house pieces by Argentinian contemporary artists that have artwork is also part of the collections from the most prominent museums across the globe.