Thirty-one Latin and Hispanic artists from 12 nations will be represented at ArtServe’s upcoming “Narratives in Latin-American Art” exhibit, debuting October 13 at the Fort Lauderdale gallery space. The exhibition will be on view through December 30.
Guests are invited to the exhibition’s unveiling at an opening night reception on October 13 at ArtServe. Admission to the reception and the “Narratives” exhibit is free and open to the public.
“Exploring the Hispanic and Latin-American cultural influence of these multi-national artists—many of whom have been influenced by Latin American writers—is a good way to embrace the spirit of Hispanic Heritage Month,” said ArtServe’s Executive Director Jason Hughes. “‘Narratives’ will showcase the often-interwoven storytelling aspect of Hispanic and Latin art that gives it so much depth and expression.”
Nations represented in “Narratives” include Puerto Rico, Colombia, Brazil, Cuba, Argentina, Venezuela, Ecuador, Mexico, Aruba, Chile, Haiti, and Uruguay.
“Narratives” is curated by Anaibis M. Yero, an art history specialist from Cuba, and Latin American Art Pavilion founder and director Maria A. Napoles, also from Cuba. Napoles is the former executive director of the Florida Arte Americas Art Fair. Latin American Art Pavilion is a Miami-Dade County-based organization dedicated to promoting Latin American and Caribbean emerging and mid-career contemporary visual artists worldwide.
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