In Quiet Lunch magazine by Eva Zanardi
Quiet Lunch is in Miami! The second day of Quiet Lunch’s special envoy Eva Zanardi adventure in every art lover’s wet dream is about two inspiring, not to be missed satellite events:
- Mana Contemporary’s “Flatland: A Journey of Many Dimensions”, an exhibition composed of artists in Mana BSMT’s New Media program, “Flatland” will guide viewers through each world or dimensions, incorporating AR/VR elements and 3D projection mapping. The exhibition will be on display December 6 through “Flatland: A Journey of New Dimensions.” 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday, December 6, to Sunday, December 11, at 32–54 SE First St., Miami; manacontemporary.com/flatland. Admission is free.
- FAIR is an alternative non-commercial art fair; a platform for diverse and multi generational group of women artists, FAIR seeks to address gender inequality in the art world and beyond by providing space for radical women artist to create so specific intervention in a non-traditional venue. December 7-10th, 2017 at Brickell City Centre. https://www.fairmarket.art
P.S. the best party was at Carsten Höller’s The Prada Double Club Miami, presented by Milan’s Fondazione Prada, every single celebrity in town was there including yours truly.
Cheryl Pope, “A Silent I”, art installation, mixed media
Jill Weisberg,”She Comes First”,art installation,mixed media with DJ Suzie Analogue @suzianalog
FAIR- Pia Camil, “BARA, BARA, BARA”, art installation, mixed media
FAIR-Guerrilla Girls, “Do Women Have To Be Naked to Get into The MET. Museum?”,digital print on paper
FLATLAND: Jakob Kudsk Steensen, “Pando Endo”, video projection of a “virtual organism simulated in real time”
FLATLAND: Pablo Gnecco “Orbitals”, art installation, mixed media