‛Salon de Notre Société’ @ Primary Projects

      While I was in Miami I had the chance to check one of the most talked about galleries  in the downtown miami district, Primary Project.  I wasn’t expecting such an eloquent showcasing of up-and-coming and established artists. The exhibit consisted of more than 46 artist and was curated by Chris Ohi, Typoe and Books IIII Bischof.  Being artsy isn’t one of the things Miami is known for, but this exquisite collection gives you a better view of it’s slowly expanding artistic world.

I was blown with each artist’s breathtaking painting, sculpture and photograph. You’ll definitely leave the space with a smile.

If you’re in Miami, please check out the gallery. It’s located on 4142 NE 2nd Ave.

Out of your reach? Walk with me as I show some photos I took with my iPhone:

My friend Judy swinging. :)

Last Rights!

One of my favorite pieces!☝ 

Participating artists include –

Bask, Nick Arehart, Autumn Casey, Fernando Garcia, Lawrence Gipe, Lu Gold, Felice Grodon, Douglas Hoekzema, Boris Hoppek, Miru Kim, Nick Klein, Charles Krafft, Anthony Lister, Michael Loveland, Jel Martinez, Stormie Mills, Emmett Moore, Edouard Nardon, Larry Newberry, Joe Cinnante, Sarah Newberry, Andrew Nigon, Jessy Nite, Jeffrey Noble, Lori Nozick, Brandon Opalka, Gustavo Oviedo, Kenton Parker, Christina Pettersson, Luis Pinto, Manny Prieres, Metro Zu, Nicholas Arehart, Melanie Ratcliff, Rebeca Raney, Evan Robarts, Johnny Robles, Jonathan Rockford, Samantha Salzinger, Shelter Serra, Scott Shannon, Magnus Sodamin, Karen Starosta-Gallinski, Cole Sternberg, Tatiana Suarez, Jill Weisberg, Antonia Wright and Noa Yafe.

♡ INi

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