BEA Presents “Resounding Subtleties” during Miami Art Week

November 25, 2016

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Miami, FL (November 17, 2016) - Beatriz Esguerra Art is pleased to present “Resounding Subtleties,” a special three-day exhibition on view during Miami Art Week.  The show will take place at the Museo Vault exhibition space in the heart of Wynwood and will feature eight unique Colombian artists as Beatriz Esguerra Art brings their global vision into the international art market.


Each featured artist in “Resounding Subtleties” represents a unique voice, incorporating different stylistic approaches and mediums, but all the pieces refer to their Colombian heritage while also exploring universal themes.  Carol Young’s sculptures and installations, simultaneously delicate and evocative, refer to history, ancient and contemporary.  Max Steven Grossman explores issues of extinction through constructed photography.  Santiago Uribe-Holguin uses sand and marble dust to portray the richness of the earth in abstract forms, while Pablo Posada forms glass in ways that explore light and shadow. Mario Arroyave and Luis Carlos Tovar both use photography to examine the movement of nomadic groups and the impact of this world-wide.  Carlos Alarcón and Teresa Currea work with paper; Alarcón makes deceptively simple and provocative drawings about daily desires, and Currea constructs 3-dimensional surreal worlds that float in boxes suspended on the wall.


“With this exhibition, I want to show a wider audience that Colombian art is diverse and evocative, and that many artists based in Colombia are translating their experiences and traditions into language that belongs on an international platform,” says BEA founder Beatriz Esguerra. 


To celebrate the opening of the exhibit, Beatriz Esguerra Art will host a private cocktail reception on Thursday, December 1st from 5:00 PM to 8:00PM at Museo Vault (346 NW 29th Street). The show will be open to the public December 1st – December 3rd from 10 AM to 6 PM