domingo, 22 de marzo de 2020
Cowry Art Studio opens the 1st Miami Contemporary Small Format Art Exhibition, presenting 35 artists from different States of the USA
North Miami, FL - Cowry Art Studio opens the 1st Miami Contemporary Small
Format Art Exhibition that will be available for public view, only by appointment,
from March 21st to April 25th, 2020, and also through a catalog and store online, where
artworks could be safely purchased from home.
Small format art from American (or America based) artists seems to be a perfect
curatorial concept for a show at an independent space of modest proportions like Cowry
Art Studio, even when the current pandemic situation has turned it into a true challenge.
We all certainly are “living in interesting times”, but the great and diverse selection of
works that make up this exhibition may help us heal, in every sense, through the power
and beauty of art, while making this moment somehow enjoyable, and unforgettable in
the best way.
Maria Ayub, Wildalys Class, Larry Davis, Sebastian Elizondo, Miriam Esteve,
Helena Faitelson, Daniel Fiorda, Jonathan Fisher, Carol Flaitz, Genesis Florentino,
Jaime Fournier, Danny Glass, Ronald Gonzalez, Chalda Maloff, Catherine Mapp,
Beth McCoy, Bruno Paz, Moises Ramos, Kelly Reilly, Jesus Rivera, Candida
Rodriguez, Helen Roeten, Agustin Rolando Rojas, Karen Ross, Ken Schuck, Maya
Sokovic, Mario Sostre, Priti Srivastava, Runcie Tatnall, Eliseo Valdes, Cristina
Villamil, Gail Watkins, Cathy Wester, Jenny Wu, Alla Zareva.
Curators: Natasha Perdomo / Rafael Lopez-Ramos
Where: Cowry Art Studio and http://www.miamicontemporary-art.com/__store.html
Exhibition runs from March 21st to April 25th, 2020 –to visit please make an
appointment by email firstname.lastname@example.org
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