For All Points-Of-The-View.
Time: January 24, 2014 at 7pm to February 12, 2014 at 10pm
Location: The Amadlozi Gallery, African Heritage Cultural Arts Center
Street: 6161 NW 22ND Ave
City/Town: Miami, FL 33142
Website or Map: http://sugarcanemag.com
Event Type: art-exhibition
Organized By: African Heritage Cultural Arts Center via collaboration with Sugarcane Magazine.
Latest Activity: Jan 9, 2014
The Amadalozi gallery will be filled with effervescent and colorful floras, courtesy of the Miami based pop artist Ed King. The Transcendent Prerogative will be on exhibit from January 24 through February 12, 2014 at the Amadlozi Gallery at 6161 NW 22nd Avenue, a part of the African Heritage Cultural Arts Center via collaboration with Sugarcane Magazine. This exhibit features one hundred new works that explore the convergence of pollination and divinity. “My Vision for this new body of work is simple: pollination and the human soul” said King, who is the first pop artist to exhibit at the African Heritage Cultural Arts Center. “This show explores the simplicity of our human condition; we are spiritual visuals traveling an expansive gulf of time, all the while, pollinating the world with our words, ideas, love and life.” Curator Melissa Hunter Davis says that she is excited to bring pop art to Liberty City” I love the new, the untried.” she said” and, I love creating connections and providing fresh and exciting experiences for patrons.” The exhibit also features work that is attractively priced for young and first time art collectors. By introducing work in all sizes, customers will be able to purchase original, affordable work.
Who: The African Heritage Cultural Arts Center and Sugarcane Magazine
What: Neo Pop Artist Ed King’s Exhibit the Transcendent Prerogative
When: January 24- February 12, 2014. Opening reception January 24, 2014 from 7-10 PM
Where: The Amadlozi Gallery at the African Heritage Cultural Arts Center 6161 NW 22ND Ave Miami, 33142
For inquiries, please contact Melissa Hunter Davis at email@example.com
About the African Heritage Cultural Arts Center: African Heritage Cultural Arts Center was founded in 1975 to serve as the nesting ground for emerging talent in the performing and visual arts, providing studio space including performance and exhibition opportunities for artist residents . The African Heritage Cultural Arts Center has fulfilled its mission to the community for over 30 years by providing a means for emerging artist to work on their craft as well as for youth to develop into artists. African Heritage is currently apart of Miami Dade Cultural Affairs Department.
About Sugarcane Magazine: Sugarcane Magazine is an online publication that features artists of Africa and the African Diaspora. In existence since 2006, Sugarcane was one of the first websites to focus on African world artists. Visit us online at http://sugarcanemag.com