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Frida Baranek: Personification of Art

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Miami-based sculptor Frida Baranek was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 1961. In 2013, she was a recipient of a mid-career survey “Confrontos” at the Museum of Modern Art of Rio de Janeiro. Her work has been included at Bienal de São Paulo (1989), Bienalle di Venezia – Aperto (1990), MOMA in New York (1993), Maison d’Amerique Latine (1995), Ludwig Museum in Koblenz (2005), The Frost Art Museum (2018), in addition to many others.

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‘Kilombo’ at IPC ArtSpace

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“Kilombo” at IPC ArtSpace Pays Homage to African Culture in Brazil.

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Climakaze Miami & Elizabeth Doud

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Climakaze is an annual event that explores two key questions:  (1) How do artists effectively draw attention to climate change, rising sea levels, and the environmental consequences? And (2) How does one engage pods of diverse artists, as well as the broader community, in a free-flowing dialogue about environmental issues?

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From the Spanish Inquisition to Miami:
The Art & Journey of Jonatas Chimen

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  Themes of identity are often an integral part of artwork and aesthetic production. But it’s probably not the case that the...

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