Gallery: Billie Grace Lynn at the Lowe
The Lowe Art Museum in Miami opened its two summer exhibits: “A House Divided,” and “Visions of Peace: Complex Geographies in Contemporary Israeli Art. “A House Divided” showcases works by University of Miami Sculpture Professor Billie Lynn Grace. “Visions of Peace,” explores the impact of place in Israeli life, as seen through the country's most prominent contemporary artists. The exhibits continue through Sept. 15. The museum is located on the University of Miami campus,
1301 Stanford Dr, Miami, FL 33146.
Molly Ebert and Beatrice McClelland Chipi Morales and Eugenia Incer, assistant director, collections and exhibition services, Lowe Art Museum Susan Fletcher, Penny and Richard Thurer Vinita Chakravarty, Naomi Nixon, Eleni Andris, Ebonie Pollock, Talia Andris Christine Di Staola, Carolos Prado, Izia Lindsey, Devin Caserta, Courtney Schmidt Isabelle and Iroglu Espar, Prannoy Suraneni, Renato Molina Stella Holmes and Victor Gallegos Flossie Williams with Saxophonist Miguel Newberry and his wife, Colliysha. Newberry played his saxophone at the event. Ariel Roman-Harris, the Israeli Consulate in Miami's director of cultural affairs; Jean-Francois LeJeune; Lior Haiat, the Consul General of Israel in Miami; Jill Deupi, director, Lowe Art Museum Sergio Cernuda, Lowe Art Museum Director Jill Deupi, Luisa Lignarolo, Jennifer Basille, Stephen Wayner Adrian Burns, Susan Klock Gloria Liss, Olivia Gonzalez Marianne Bienstock, Peter Tarjan Israel Aragon Bravo, Andre Rivero-Guevara David and Diane Fass Esther Rodrigues writes her sentiments on University of Miami Professor Billie Grace Lynn's “A House Divided Timeline,” an artwork that Lynn designed to be written upon. Adriana Lopez, Eleni Andris, Talia Andris, Sarah Eskra Angeles Alumna Weil, Martin Casuso University of Miami Professor Billie Grace Lynn demonstrates how her sculpture “Obelisk” moves. Wendy and Molly Stephan, Nicole Dorsey Christine Di Staola and Photographer Miguel Salmon University of Miami Sculpture Professor Billie Grace Lynn, Ariel Roman-Harris, the Israeli Consulate in Miami's director of cultural affairs, and Jill Deupi, director, Lowe Art Museum University of Miami Sculpture Professor Billie Grace Lynn in front of her sculpture “Oblisck” Jo-Ann Lederman and Kate Mayes Erin and Volker Anding Tami Katz-Freiman and Lori Nozick
Photography: Charlotte Libov