MIAMI, FLORIDA.- FAMA Magazine continues its way which started in New York City ten years ago hosting Latin American fine art exhibitions at its own galleries located in SoHo and Chelsea. This time, Miami will be the headquarters of its cultural project. Chevrolet will be the main sponsor with a display of the Chevy SSR and a Chevy Malibu. FAMA will present the art show "MIAMI: CRUCE DE CAMINOS" (Miami crossroads) at the Museum of the Americas, a "Chelsea-SoHo style" venue located in the heart of the city on Friday November 5, from 7 PM to 10 PM.
The organization presents and promotes Latin American art as well as American, Canadian, European and Asian. The permanent reformulations in arts and life, the daily vertigo and the unforeseeable destiny impose to recover memories and re-vindicate histories.
Trough time, the City of Miami has been heterogeneous space, point of confluence, crossroad, point of arrival and departure, scene of transmigration for many Latin artists. The project exhibition pretends, from the expressive richness, multiple identities and the diversity of languages, techniques and themes, attract the attention over the artistic values of the city, scene of interesting creative proposals with a clear future.
The exhibition includes painting, sculpture, original prints and installation by contemporary artists from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Nicaragua, Puerto Rico, Peru, Chile, Canada, Nicaragua, Uruguay, United States and Venezuela. Several popular names as well as Romero Britto (the most successful local artist from Brazil), the Mexican Leonardo Nierman (considered by critics "the most important abstract Latin American living artist," Jose Maria Mijares (who passed away a few months ago) which biggest oil on canvas painted will be on display, and many others will be included in the show.