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"The First Encounter of Latin-America and South Florida Art at the Medici Palace Museum of Seravezza city, Italy"
2002-03-16 until 2002-03-31
Florida International University
Miami, FL, USA United States of America

From the 16th until the 31st of March, Florida International University will feature an exhibition of South Florida and Latin American Art at the Medici Museum Palace in Seravezza city. This exhibition will mark the start of artistic, academic and cultural exchange activities between FIU's School of Visual Arts and cultural and artistic organizations from Lucca Province.

The works of 14 renowned Latin American artists, US citizens residing in South Florida, and FIU art students will be presented.

The artists will include:

Jose Bedia (Cuba/South Florida),
Sebastian Spreng (Argentina/South Florida),
Kate Kretz (USA/South Florida),
Leonel Matheu (Cuba/South Florida),
Juan Carlos Liberti (Argentina),
Alekxey Sabido (Mexico/South Florida),
Tomas Ochoa (Ecuador),
Mirta Gomez (South Florida),
Eduardo del Valle (South Florida),
Adriana Carvalho (Brazil),
Ofra Ben David (South Florida),
Alejandro Trapani (Argentina),
Hector Borla (Argentina).

Facilitated by a delegation of academics, artists and students from Miami, a series of workshops, seminars and conferences will take place in parallel to the exhibition. This will be the framework within which the exchange of knowledge and experiences between local residents and their American visitors will occur.

With the cooperation of the Artist's Associations of Pietrasanta and Seravezza, the studios of the sculptors and painters of these cities will be opened up to the visiting delegation

In commemoration of The University and the art exhibition, a cocktail party and gala dinner will be held to open and close the event, respectively.

Dr. Carol Damian, Associate Professor & Chair, FIU School of Visual Arts, is the curator of the exhibits. Mirta Kozolchyk and Isaac Javier Perelman are responsible for the overall development and coordination of the exhibition. This project has received support from several important private and official institutions and donators such as Seravezza Commune, Lucca Province, Aventura Mall, Espiritu Santo Bank, and Versilia Bank, among others.


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