Art Basel’s American show returns to Miami December 7, 2017 through December 10, 2017. The show features leading galleries from around the world show casing the masters of Modern and contemporary art.
COMO Metropolitan Miami Beach will be the backdrop for a creative exhibition presented by Mana Contemporary, one of the largest and most innovative contemporary art organizations in the United States. The exhibition can be viewed daily at the hotel from December 1, 2017 to December 20, 2017.
KRISTIANNE MOLINA- Kristianne Molina is a Filipino-American artist who works in the mediums of painting, embroidery, installation, stop motion, and performance. Her works consist of paintings on fabrics using repurposed materials, acrylics, and deconstructing natural dyeing techniques as a painting process. She is interested in line and form within her textile paintings, and how meanings change once fabric is idle or activated when worn, often circulating around and insinuating the figure. Time and space take active roles in her work as ephemeral elements, which Molina explores through line as the common thread within her work.
CRAIG DAMRAUER- Craig Damrauer graduated with an MFA from the University of Arizona. His work has been shown at the Bronx Museum of Art, Contemporary Arts Center—New Orleans, MCA Denver, Ogden Museum of Southern Art, and the Masur Museum (among others). He is a contributor to the New York Times the Atlantic, and GOOD .
CANDIDA ALVAREZ- Candida Alvarez’s paintings are spaces that emerge between fact and fiction, drawing from the narrative of place, evolving like chapters in a book. Alvarez was born in NYC and has an MFA from the Yale School of Art. Her work is included in the collections of the Addison Gallery of American Art. The Whitney Museum of American Art, the Studio Museum in Harlem, and El Museo del Barrio, NYC. Reviews of her work have appeared in various publications, including ArtForum , Art in America , ArtNews , and the New York Times. Alvarez is a Professor in the Department of Painting and Drawing at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.