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Curators Jean Blackwell Font and Ignacio Font
March to May, 2019: Studio Life represented the work of four Miami-based artists with studios located in the Bird Road Arts District; neighbors working together to support building artistic practices & careers. The four artists each have their own approaches to art-making and their spaces are as individual as the artists themselves. As one body of work, this exhibition worked to express the importance of having a space to make work, as well as the impact and influence that comes from a community of creative thinkers and makers. Studio Life is about more than making art - it is about the creative energy that flows from a practice and dedication when an artist is surrounded by community. Hosted by AXS Art at AXS Law Firm in Wynwood, Miami, FL.
Curators: Lesley Goldwasser and Leslie King Hammond
December, 2018: Artworks shown above are by Aida Muluneh, one of the 10 artists featured as part of the exhibition at The Betsy - South Beach, which opened for Miami Art Week 2018.
Curators: Luis Dulzaides, Ignacio Font, Jean Blackwell Font, Robert Fernandez, Maria Patiño
January, 2018: BRADICA was a culmination of the efforts of the original pioneering artists from the 80’s who had a vision to create a community of working studios, at a time when Miami was just developing its arts scene. It is with gratitude that we gathered the artists of this quiet District who have worked at their craft for decades, as well as those who are new to the District. Important Cuban-born artists like Rafael Consuegra, Nestor Arenas, and Jose Bedia all agreed to participate, along with established artists like Victor Gomez, Ana Maria Sarlat, Ignacio Font, and Jane Harris along with emerging artists like Yeins Gomez Sosa and Maria Patino; in all more than 40 artists were exhibited. The exhibition was not developed as a thematic showing of work, but instead was a show of force, a shining light on Miami’s Bird Road Art District artists: past, present, and future. BRADICA represents the power of a unique Miami community: a diverse, multilingual, multi-ethnic, unconventional, and resourceful community of artists, neighbors, and friends.