Cultural Diversity Miami Medley
Exhibition from March 16th to June 30st - 2016
Banco do Brasil Americas Cultural Series is an exhibition program created by Banco do Brasil Americas to promote local artists and the diversity of our community. Each exhibit will be open to the public, at no cost, during business hours from Monday through Friday.
Exhibit Location: 800 Brickell Avenue, Suite 103 Miami
Current Exhibition from March 16 to June 30
NINA TORRES / Mexico:
Nina is the curator of Miami Medley’s exhibition. For over 20 years Nina Torres has been actively participating in the international art market, specializing in Modern and Contemporary Latin American Art. Nina has curated and overseen nearly 300 hundred exhibitions around the world. Currently, Nina is the Director and Chief Curator of Nina Torres Fine Art Gallery MIAMI.
SANTIAGO DIAZ GUICHON / Uruguay:
Santiago works with the left hand: His faces are very different style lines that currently works. The strokes are explosive and momentary in its creation. Each face has a look to the sky and reflect moods of the artist.
SCOTT D. CLARK / United States:
In 1995 was accepted at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago to study primarily film. Graduated in 1998 with a BFA in Fine Art. Moved to Pompano Beach, Florida in 2000.
BETIANA BRADAS / Argentina:
She started her career as an artist in the area of graphic design in the city of Rosario in Argentina. Betiana has a particular style in her designs that combines the creativity of a graphic designer with a feminine touch.
FRANCISCO CERON / Colombia:
Francisco Cerón is a Colombian visual artist, whom started painting at a very young age. Cerón’s art work combines Pop-Art elements, Cubism, with classic & modern techniques. Francisco Cerón lives in Miami and works in his own Design Firms in the US and Colombia.
FERNANDA FRANGETTO / Brazil:
She went to Paris when she spent many afternoons at the Louvre and many other museums that made her passion for arts rise in her life. After falling in love with honey, she discovered the world of beeswax. Today she lives in Miami, FL.