Curator’s Voice Art Projects Opening in Wynwood 11/8/08

Curator’s Voice Art Projects
Led by Milagros Bello
cordially invites you
To the Opening Reception of its new space
In Wynwood Art District
Saturday, November 8, 2008 at 7 pm

Rosario Bond, Bunny Girl, Oil over Canvas, 2008, 90 x 90 in

CURATOR’S VOICE ART PROJECTS, led by curator Milagros Bello, has selected the works of Rosario Bond based on their quality and visual strength. CURATOR’S VOICE ART PROJECTS has organized the show LIPSTICK to be presented as part of the main venues within the Miami art scene. LIPSTICK will open on November 8, 2008, and will run during Art Basel week, closing on February 14, 2009.
Rosario Bond proposes neo-expressionistic paintings made out of thick layers of impasto, where figures, objects, and nature intertwine in voracious and parodic relationships. Her most recent series depicts parodies of icons, such as rock stars, models, and other portraits represented through gestural brushstrokes and a bright and intense palette. Her figurative approach is done through a humoristic stanza. Her paintings are collections of personal mythologies combined with critical imagery, posed over disrupted settings and dislocated compositions inhabited by unusual and eerie objects. Her works are a monumental palimpsest of delirious and contrasting shapes that establish a radical dialogue with the Contemporary German neo-expressionists.
About Curator’s Voice Art Projects
CURATOR’S VOICE ART PROJECTS is led by curator Milagros Bello, and its mission is to foster the contemporary arts and the new, emergent voices in the international and national art scenes. CURATOR’S VOICE ART PROJECTS works in conjunction with art institutions, museums, and galleries in the United States and abroad. CURATOR’S VOICE ART PROJECTSinvites guest curators to participate in its art venues.
CURATOR MILAGROS BELLO, PH.D., was the former curator of Hardcore Art Contemporary Space (HACS) in Miami since its inception, until December 2007. At HACS she curated important shows such as OBJECTHOOD (Dec. 2007), HAPPILY EVER AFTER (Dec. 2006), and HARDCORE MENU SAMPLES AND DISHES (Dec. 2005). She was also in charge of the New Media Festival in its First and Second Editions. Dr. Bello holds a Ph.D. from Sorbonne University in Paris, France. She is a professor of art at Florida Atlantic University, and a member of the International Art Critics Association.
The opening reception is free and open to the public
Curator’s Voice
2032 NW 2nd Ave.
Miami, Fl 33127
786 357 0568