“Can We Please Change Gears?” An Artist’s Cry For Transition
Opening Reception- Friday August 9, 2013, 7-10 pm
Wynwood ArtWalk – Saturday, August 10, 2013
164 NW 20th Street
Viophilia announces the two night only group show â€œCan We Please Change Gears? – An Artist Cry for Transition.â€
The group show features works by 40 striving local artists, who aim to make an impact on the local and international art conversation. Each artist differs in practice, however, all are up and coming Miami-based artists and present a glimpse into the future of the Miami art scene.
Artists like Atomik, Kazilla, Jeff Dekal, Kat King, Ivette Cabrera, Natalia Molina, Chris Valdes, Deming King Harriman and Buddha Funk will present a variety of work focusing on future, a new discourse on Miami and artistic transition. The exhibit features painting, installation, illustration, video, collage, graffiti and performances by Xela Zaid, Kendall Morgan and newSense from ArtOfficial, which will take place on the opening night only.
The works collectively explore the trajectory of Miamiâ€™s art scene while each piece individually represents a very personal examination of future perspectives and career visions by each artist.
Focused around a theme of innovation first time curator Tesoro Carolina promises an exciting exhibition inspired by the participating young and driven artists as well as by the community-centric concept of multi-artist studio Viophilia.
Viophilia, based in Miami, is a creative hive of individuals looking to create a more community based art scene. By hosting interactive art events and exhibitions, it leaves room for the artistic community to expand beyond their limits as individuals and work together as a whole. Viophilia is comprised of five individual artist studios and has a community space available for locals to host their own events and/or use for creative productions. Viophilia stands for the love of creativity and is built for artists by artists.Thank you for using Soul Of Miami!