Month: November 2019

miami art week

hours opening day tuesday december 3rd, 10am – 6pm wednesday – sunday, 10am – 5pm Feel free to come at your convenience!Free entry.

Art Basel Brunch Dec 5

Juan Carlos Maldonado Art Collection | Brunch thursday, December 5th | 9am – 12 noon Join a tour + brunch, for an intimate look of the JCMAC. Explore this private collection and its newest exhibit: Hybridizations, guided by The collector himself, Juan Carlos Maldonado, and Ariel Jimenez, the Curator. Learn more about the inception of Hybridizations and… Read more »

KASAK Nikolai

Kasak began his artistic education in Warsaw, which he later continued in Vienna and Rome, before settling in New York. He practiced a figurative style of painting until the mid-1940s, when he began considering that art should have a more original and universal character, and should break free of the traditional rectangular frame. He also… Read more »

KCHO Alexis Leyva Machado

KCHO was born in 1970, Nueva Gerona, Isla de Pinos. He graduated from the Elementary Art School of Nueva Gerona, Isla de la Juventud, in 1986, and from the National School of Arts in Havana in 1990. He began his artistic training there and soon after moved to Havana, where he completed his studies and currently… Read more »

opening day: Hybridizations

opening day tuesday, December 3rd 10am – 6pm The Juan Carlos Maldonado Art Collection, JCMAC, initiates a new cycle in its exhibition program at its Miami Design District center with Hybridizations, curated by Ariel Jimenez.  The exhibition focuses of the exploration of the meaning that some contemporary practices might have, in which artists produce their works by combining or hybridizing… Read more »


Imi Knoebel was born Wolf Knoebel in Dessau in 1940. He spent his early years near Dresden, and later moved with his mother and four siblings to Mainz. In 1964, he and his friend Rainer Giese went to study at the Academy of Arts in Düsseldorf; the following year they changed courses to study with… Read more »

CIDADE Marcelo

Marcelo Cidade was born in 1979 in São Paulo, where he currently lives and works. He is graduated in Fine Arts by Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado (FAAP). In São Paulo, Cidade creates works that express complex social conflicts and bring signs and situations from the street into spaces given over to art. One of his particular interests… Read more »