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Spring Illustrated – Suggested Exhibit of the Month in Miami

unnamedSpring Illustrated – Suggested Exhibit of the Month

Its been a while we haven’t had  a noteworthy exhibit. This month is an exception as Ganem Studios puts together “Spring Illustrated” showcasing some of Miami’s top Artists along with others from the emerging scene. Check them out Saturday April 29th in Miami Beach. More details on flyer above.

Works by Artists Including:

Santiago Rubino from Buenos Aires, Argentina, is a Miami Local based artist whose work is featured across the city.  The self-taught artist draws inspiration from fashion, nature, geometry, mysticism, and technology. While the style of his illustrations can be described as a mixture of comic book, graffiti and animation, the light strokes of his technique created by his medium of graphite, oil, paint and charcoal, is inspired by traditional Renaissance craftsmanship.

Ricky Powell born and raised in New York City, Powell is a photographer who specializes in the environmental portrait. He graduated with an AA in Liberal Arts from LaGuardia Community College and a B.S. in Physical Education from Hunter College. Though Powell initially rose to fame because of his relationship with the Beastie Boys, he is now well known for his intimate photographs that have been featured in The New York Times, the New York Post, the Daily News (New York), The Village Voice, TIME, Newsweek, VIBE, The Source, Rolling Stone, and many other publications.
 
AHOL SNIFFS GLUE, David Anasagasti, a.k.a Alouishous San Gomma, a.ka. Contrary to the name, which is also his moniker for tagging graffiti, AHOL is anything but. Miami local graffiti artist.  AHOL brought depiction of eyes to a totally new level. He became widely known for his stunning murals portraying expansive fields of drowsy eyes, reflecting his unique vision of life, labor and mundane life of the city he loves and calls home.
 
ABTRK is a Cuban American Born and raised in Miami Florida . His Family came to the USA during the 60s during the Pedro Pan and Freedom Flights exiles from Cuba . Abstrk’s work captures your eye and draws you into his pieces with movement and color.With a background in graffiti , Abstrk’s work  consists of forms pulled off of outlines and letter structure as well as traditional fine art. His work can be diverse in subject matter at the same time always relative to his style-isms and shapes . Abstrk’s work can be found on canvas as well as walls throughout the United states and the Caribbean .
 
Homero Ganem is a Colombian artist has developed a unique style where his brush meets his photography. By collaborating imagery with his free hand artwork, he creates an intercommunication that speaks volumes demonstrating a story line that embodies real life with fiction. His exchange between different mediums creates both depth and perception that never replicates.

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