Wolfsonian Museum August 16th, 2007Wolfsonian Museum will be screening the film Mortu Nega (Guinea-Bissau, Flora Gomes, 1998, DVD, 85 min) as part of their series Colonial Legacies in African Film. After five centuries of Portuguese colonization and a decade of armed struggle, in 1973 independence was proclaimed in Guinea-Bissau. Mortu Nega, set in 1973, follows Dominga on her journey to join her husband, Sako, a liberation fighter. The film captures Cabral’s assassination, the ending of the hostilities, and the reconstruction of the economically and spiritually devastated country.
Ramón Williams is an artist that shows little concern about boundaries. Formed as an art educator, his perception of art is undermined by a sense of integrality that allows him to move from one art … +
Alonso Art in Wynwood Art District opens the exhibition Moving Image: Video, Animation and Software Art, featuring works by Francis Acea, Alexandre Arrechea, Ramie Blatt and Claudio Castillo. Moving Image is a simple approach to … +
After a successful launch in 2005, Pulse Miami returns to the Wynwood District, running concurrently with Art Basel Miami Beach at 2700 NW 2nd Avenue at NW 27th Street in Wynwood Art District. During its … +
Safety Box is a project room created by Francis Acea, exhibited in association with PM Gallery owners Martin Parker and Gary Mercer. The exhibition examines critical representations of value in contemporary marketplace, establishing a parallel … +