What you can’t miss art Miami 2019

What you can’t miss art Miami 2019 

Defining “today” in its most basic sense is a tricky task. It’s located between the influences of the past and the forecasts for the future. It’s a reflection of an ongoing spirit that bursts into flames of motion and changes. Once be defined, that will lead to a proper reference of the term “contemporary” which is nothing more than an adjective form for “today”.

Therefore, contemporary art may refer to art—namely, painting, sculpture, photography, installation, performance, and video art—produced today. Though seemingly simple, the details surrounding this definition are often a bit fuzzy, as different individuals’ interpretations of “today” may widely and wildly vary.

For about a week, Miami is pleased to announce a prized collection of must-see contemporary art galleries, exhibitions, and arts & culture events. M-I has never been known as a cultural mecca as far as museums are concerned, though its reputation is improving thanks to the international attention brought to the scene by such esteemed fairs as Art Miami 2019, which stands up for a few days every December.

For about a week, people will have the opportunity to explore stunning immersive pieces; guests will be able to attend performances, artist discussions, and workshops during the shows. The programs are satisfyingly designed to bring to Wynwood both traditional art collectors and some of the brightest minds in the creative art and tech fields.

To make planning your cultural experience a little easier, Ascaso Gallery (Booth AM208A) is pleased to participate in the 30th Anniversary of this fair, presenting works by Carlos Cruz-Diez, Victor Valera, Luis Tomasello, Rafael Barrios, Salvador Dalí, Fernando Botero, Oswaldo Vigas, Francisco Narvaez, Julio Larraz, among others.

Works of the kinetic master Jesus Rafael Soto will have an important spotlight in this AM208B booth. In order to propose a necessary discussion of art as a unifying force in our communities and in our world, we urge the audience to contribute with debating, while expanding their visions on the contemporary art scene.

To receive a PDF with detailed information on the works, please contact the gallery at ascasogallery@gmail.com.


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