NADA & Pérez Art Museum Miami announce fourth annual acquisition gift selection

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NADA & Pérez Art Museum Miami announce fourth annual acquisition gift selection
Danielle De Jesus, Two men and their blue gate, 2021. Presented by Calderón, New York.



MIAMI, FLA.- The New Art Dealers Alliance and Pérez Art Museum Miami announced the selection of the fourth annual NADA Acquisition Gift for PAMM, an acquisition gift for the museum’s permanent collection. PAMM Curator María Elena Ortiz, Associate Curator Jennifer Inacio, and Curatorial Assistant and Publications Coordinator Maritza Lacayo have selected Two men and their blue gate, 2021 by Danielle De Jesus from Calderón.

“This year there were so many creative, beautiful and rigorous works at the fair, which made our selection very difficult. After much deliberation, we are delighted that this striking painting will be part of PAMM’s collection. We are impressed by the artist’s attention to color, detail, and emotive gesture of depicting Latino communities. This work will have a strong impact with the diverse communities that compose Miami’s cultural system,” said PAMM Curator María Elena Ortiz, Associate Curator Jennifer Inacio, and Curatorial Assistant and Publications Coordinator Maritza Lacayo.

Danielle De Jesus’s work pays homage to her upbringing in the working-class Latin community of Bushwick, Brooklyn. Raised by a single mother, her work is a portal into domesticity, with Two men and their blue gate painted onto a vinyl tablecloth, reminiscent of one her mother had in her childhood kitchen. Her works at NADA feature male figures and capture a portrait of masculine influences from her childhood. De Jesus’s work is featured in NADA’s inaugural Curated Spotlight section, curated by Ebony L. Haynes.

The NADA Acquisition Gift for PAMM provides funding for PAMM curators to acquire an artwork for the museum’s permanent collection, which features international modern and contemporary art from the U.S. Latino experience, the African diaspora, Latin America, and the Caribbean.

“We are thrilled to partner with PAMM for the fourth time, and play a role in furthering an already established collection,” said NADA Executive Director Heather Hubbs. “We are proud to integrate ourselves within the Miami art world and the culturally diverse community.”

Now in its fourth iteration, the NADA Acquisition Gift for PAMM was designed to enhance the relationship between the museum and the fair’s diverse roster of exhibiting galleries and artists, and provides an opportunity for NADA to support and engage with the art institutions of Miami-Dade County in exciting and dynamic ways.

The NADA Acquisition Gift for PAMM is funded by ticket sales of NADA Miami 2021.










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