EIGHT CONTEMPORARY ART MASTERS, ONE INCREDIBLE EXHIBIT
O. Ascanio Gallery to present The Visionary Eye beginning November 29 with an Opening Reception
Opening Reception on November 29, from 7-10p.m. (open to the public).
O. Ascanio Gallery, 2600 NW Second Avenue
Wynwood Arts District. Miami, FL, 33127
305-571-9036 or www.oascaniogallery.com
From November 29 to January 15.
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In suit with the caliber of international art that will be on exhibition during Art Basel, gallerist Oscar Ascanio has culled together an incredible selection of masterworks; all of great importance and symbolic of universal art. Entitled The Visionary Eye, the collective exhibition is made up of 20 masterpieces by Jesus Soto, Carlos Cruz Diez, Alejandro Otero, Victor Lucena, Francisco Salazar, Carlos Cabeza, Victor Vasarely and Bernar Venet.
Ascanio named the exhibit The Visionary Eye to pay homage to Alfredo Boulton, an iconic figure in Venezuela and worldwide, who was an art critic, cultural historian and prominent photographer. Boulton was a mentor and friend to all of these artists, sharing important moments in time with each of them, while catapulting Venezuela into the international art scene.
Featuring works of free abstraction, op-art and kinetic art, the collective showcases a body of work from eight renowned artists. The artists — Jesus Soto, Carlos Cruz Diez, Alejandro Otero, Victor Lucena, Francisco Salazar, Carlos Cabeza, Victor Vasarely and Bernar Venet — have been exhibited in some of the most important museums including the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, the Museum of Modern Art in Paris, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, The Center for the Fine Arts in Miami, El Palacio de Velazquez in Madrid and Tokyoâ€™s Contemporary Sculpture Center.
Polar Beer and VeeV Acai Spirit will sponsor the opening reception. Additionally, a percentage of the proceeds generated from the sales of this collective exhibition will benefit ECOMB.