Mex/Art We Are One
When:December 1st , 2017 – 7:00p.m.
119 N.W 29th St.
Miami, FL 33127
Cost: $35 Adults | $25 Seniors and Students with ID (Limited). $20 for Groups of 10 and more
Tickets: www.eventbrite.com by phone (305) 733-5655
“The art doesn’t has restrictions and has no prejudices. The art is freedom and reflections.” With this slogan, Mex/Art is defined in an exhibition of the Contemporary and Pop Art that will take place from December 1st to 11th 2017, during The Miami Week of the Arts hosted by Florida City.
Mex/Art, a cultural and social project of Be/Art Gallery, is an online Gallery of art that promotes the works by artists of different origins, styles and genders.
During the difficult moments that we are living in the United States, in Puerto Rico by the devastations of the hurricane Maria and the earthquake (Mexico City, Morelos, Hidalgo y Oaxaca) that have occurred in past days, Mex/Art tries to be a bond of kindness and humanity with those whom have been affected.100% of the money collected from the sales of the opening day tickets, will be destined to support the Puerto Rican and Mexican victims.
Mex/Art will have areas like The Green Garden, where the attendees can taste many different and delicious traditional dishes with a contemporary touch. At the same time the Pop-Up Store will open their doors to the local and Mexican Designers that are in vogue to show their latest pieces.
Some of the Mexican artists that represent the culture with their pieces are Neón Carón Jesús Lima, Jorge Marín, Esteban Fuentes and Colectivo Madera de Lobo. As invited artist, there will be the brazilian Romero Britto.
La Santa Taqueria is collaborating with Be/Art Gallery to curate the culinary experiences for guests of Mex/Art – a contemporary and pop art exhibition celebrating emerging and established Mexican artists, from paintings and drawings to sculptures from December 1-11. Artists featured include Romero Britto (Brazilian invited artist), Jorge Marin, Jesus Lima, Neon Caron, Alvaro Cuevas, Gabriela Montano, Robert Morleghem, Carlos Luna (Cuban invited artist) and more.