MIAMI – CLANDESTINA FEATURES LATIN ARTISTS IN GROUP EXHIBITION “VISION ACUITY”
VISION ACUITY is titled after a term homonymous with 20/20 vision, indicating sharpness of vision at a certain distance. The concept is being summoned through curatorial inflection for the purpose of inviting the viewers to rethink topics such as identity, memory, and sense of time and space in a year that has become a reference for contemporary history.
Participating artists: Vittorio Asteriti, Cat Balco, Omar Barquet, Monika Bravo, Leo Castañeda, Steingrímur Gauti, Edward Holland, Michael Kondel, Matt Morris, Paul Muguet, Sébastien Nedjar, Cary Queen, Alan Reid, Naomi Reis, Johnny Robles, Andrea Rodriguez, Rachel Schmidhofer, Angelika Schori, Paula Solis, and Dominic Terlizzi.
Clandestina is an independent contemporary art project founded in 2019 with a program mainly held at an apartment in Midtown Miami. The exhibitions focus on presenting a body of work in which the artist allows the reading of a conceptual progression on his/her work through a selection of pieces that better incorporate the sources of that process.
Using a private and domestic space allows its audience to interact with the works in a structure that transfers the dynamic of the artist studio and filters the commercial noise. The structure of the shows depends heavily on artist’ proposals and the integration of their work within the architecture as an active space.