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Events: November 30, 2021

Coalesce – An Exhibition of New Works by Elidea

Tuesday, Nov 30, 2021 from 5:00 PM to 10:00 PM - English

COALESCE is the new project of contemporary artist, Elidea in collaboration with Italian-French, fashion photographer Raoul Beltrame. It will be presented for the first time during Miami Art Week (Art Basel Miami) at Glassbox Ironside. At the exhibition, view a series of new artworks dedicated to the fragility, enchantment and strength of a woman's body.

The exhibition title comes from the word ‘coalesce’ which means, “come together and form one mass or whole.” COALESCE is the fusion of a creative world created by photography, collage, painting and gold. It is the birth, the destruction and the new life of a body, a texture, human figure, and a look. At the exhibition, view a series of new artworks dedicated to the fragility, enchantment and strength of a woman’s body.

Elidea was born in Milan, but resides in Miami. She has won awards for her work presented during Art Basel Miami 2018 and 2019 and has participated in exhibitions in both the U.S. and Italy. Her art can be found in the homes of collectors worldwide. RSVP is required.

Location

Glassbox Ironside at Miami Ironside
7520 NE 4th Ct, Miami, FL 33138 (Map)

Contact Information

Allegory PR

786-440-6552

A Return To Self: The Art of Healing

Tuesday, Nov 30, 2021 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM - English

History Fort Lauderdale celebrates the significant contributions of local Seminole artists during Native American Heritage Month in November and beyond with "A Return to Self: The Art of Healing." This exhibit highlights new contemporary works by Seminole artists that reflect upon paths to self-expression, an appreciation of daily tasks and a determination to provide the best possible care for self, family and community during the ongoing global pandemic.

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History Fort Lauderdale, proud steward of our community's past by making our heritage accessible and engaging to residents and visitors, will celebrate the significant contributions of local Seminole artists during Native American Heritage Month in November with a new exhibit, "A Return to Self: The Art of Healing."The exhibit highlights new contemporary works by Seminole artists that reflect upon paths to self-expression, an appreciation of daily tasks and a determination to provide the best possible care for self, family and community during the ongoing global pandemic. The exhibit opens to the public on Sunday, November 21, at 10 a.m. with a VIP tour followed by an artist meet and greet and art talk at 1 p.m. Residents and visitors are invited to participate in the exhibit's premiere in- person or online at bit.ly/HFLAReturnTofSelf2021.

"A Return to Self: The Art of Healing" will remain on view at History Fort Lauderdale's New River Inn through January 9, 2022. As a featured Cultural Institution, complimentary admission will be extended to Art Basel First Choice or Preview cardholders.

Curated by Tara Chadwick and Tia Blais-Billie, "A Return to Self: The Art of Healing" will showcase a variety of contemporary and traditional media including oils, acrylics, fiber, glass, metals, mixed media and digital art from 25 Seminole artists spanning 5 generations: Elgin Jumper, Eden Jumper, Durante Blais-Billie, Tia Blais-Billie, Iretta Tiger, Brian Zepeda, Corinne Zepeda, Erica Dietz, Ruby Dietz, Wilson Bowers, Jessica Osceola, Alyssa Osceola, Jackie Osceola, Jacob Osceola, Madeline Osceola, Samuel Tommie, Daniel Tommie, Carla Cypress, Danielle Nelson, Donna Frank, Stephanie Hall, Nicholas DiCarlo, Gordon Oliver Wareham, Leroy Osceola, and the late Jimmy Osceola.

"A Return to Self: The Art of Healing" is one of several insightful multicultural experiences at History Fort Lauderdale. Permanent exhibits include "From Dugouts to Dream Yachts," a visual narrative weaving the story of the ever-changing use of Fort Lauderdale's waterways by following the strokes of the first people to today's sightseers, "The Bryans of Fort Lauderdale" which allows visitors to experience the story of the City of Fort Lauderdale as told through the pioneer family that shaped its development from an agricultural outpost in 1896 to a bustling city in the 1920s to its current status as a leading Metropolis, "Juliette Lange: A Portrait of a Mezzo Soprano," a fashion and lifestyle glimpse of the socially prominent Fort Lauderdale resident with a lauded career as a star vocalist of musical comedy, plus "Archaeology of the New River" and a multitude of stories and photos sharing the history of other founding families of Fort Lauderdale. The nonprofit museum also hosts a variety of yearly multicultural exhibits highlighting African American, Caribbean, Latin and women artists sharing their views of history and an artists' collective collaborative space.

"A Return to Self: The Art of Healing," is sponsored, in part by the Broward County Board of County Commissioners as recommended by the Broward County Cultural Council and Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau. With additional support from Seminole Tribe of Florida, Inc.

History Fort Lauderdale admission is $15 for adults; $12 for seniors and $7 for students (through age 22 with a valid student ID). Admission is free for members, military and children ages six and under. Tickets are available online at bit.ly/HistoryFortLauderdaleTickets.

For more information, please call (954) 463-4431 or visit historyfortlauderdale.org. Follow us on Facebook at facebook.com/ftlhistory, on Instagram @ftlhistory, on Twitter @FTLHistory and subscribe on YouTube at youtube.com/user/FTLhistory.

Location

Fort Lauderdale Historical Society
219 Southwest Second Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301 (Map)

Loop Diaries: An Immersive Exhibition

Tuesday, Nov 30, 2021 from 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM - English

An immersive exhibition featuring video vignette.

The Contemporary Art Modern Project is thrilled to announce our November exhibition, Galician artist Bego M. Santiago's Loop Diarios projected onto the gallery's walls.

The series functions as a childhood diary re-written by a present-day adult, forging an intimate and sincere reflection on the mundane phenomena that constructs the Self: family, society, and experience.

The Berlin-based artist's interdisciplinary production specializes in the use of light as a pictorial and sculptural tool. Santiago's work explores the feedback between the real and the represented, through playing with dichotomies such as: real/false, presence/absence and original/copy. Light is for her a tool of simulation and optical illusion capable of giving life to inanimate objects, blurring the boundaries between reality and representation, presence and absence.

Loop Diaries, projected onto the walls of The CAMP Gallery like never before, will be Santiago's first solo exhibition in Miami.

Location

The CAMP Gallery
791 NE 125 St, Miami, FL 33161 (Map)

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