What images can do, 2012 – 2014, is an individual exhibition by JosÃ© Antonio Navarrete, conceived for ArtMedia Gallery as a photographic installation. It is also the first show by this author, who has conducted his career primarily within the fields of research, criticism, and curatorship of both visual arts and visual culture. In this exhibition, Navarrete gathers a set of images produced within the last two years and combines them, as determined by a pre-existing plan, according to the discursive logic of the photographic series. In other words, even though they were shot in locations with very dissimilar geographies â€”from New York to Miami, in the United States, and from Montevideo to Santo Domingo, in Latin America, to name a fewâ€”, all the photographs are articulated according to the rules of analogy and difference which characterize this model of art practice.
Saturday, June 20, 12pm – The Creamery, 920 NW 2 Ave., Miami Join Chef Marcus Samuelsson for the grand opening of #TheCreamery, connect with the historic community of Overtown, and uplift the voices that led Black Americans to freedom. The Creamery is a place to grab tasty ice cream on a hot day, experience the […]
Saturday, December 8, 1pm-6pm – SeaFair Mega Yacht, 100 Chopin Plaza, Miami In its inaugural year, ‘The Muses Experience’ served as a “celebration of the supreme power of female creativity!” The Muses Experience transformed a mega-yacht into a floating art installation showcasing a collection of artwork from both influential and emerging female artists. During ‘The Muses Experience’ […]
Sunday, May 27, 3pm-9pm – Wood Tavern, 2531 NW 2nd Avenue,Â Miami Wynwood Arts District Miamiâ€™s Independent Thinkers Backyard Boogie BBQ Throwdown. Kerry McLaney (305 Creative Group), Heather Read, Sara Read and Laraine Hart, in association with Heineken USA, Wood Tavern, Supermarket Creative present Miamiâ€™s Independent Thinkers Backyard Boogie BBQ Throwdown, one heck of a local […]