Fiesta Brava is as a group of pictures about the stubborn battle of human beings and animals to survive. John Sevigny -considered paparazzi to the iconic unknown- is a photographic artist and Miami native who has lived on the chaotic, US-Mexico border for four years. Fiesta Brava represents the scenery of matadores and bullfighting. Somehow also Goya, Picasso, Dali and Hemingway all embraced the celebration of “death in the afternoon” in their work.
John Sevigny b. Miami,1969. He has had more than 40 exhibitions in countries including Holland, Guatemala, El Salvador, Mexico, and the United States. He has also participated in numerous group exhibitions all over the world. He has given lectures and workshops on photography and art history at institutions including Pratt Institute (NY); School of Visual Arts (NY); Chicago Photography Center; MPLS Photography Center (Minneapolis); the Universities of Wisconsin at Oshkosh and Waukesha; MARTE, Museo del Arte, (San Salvador, El Salvador); Depaul University (Chicago); and the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.
Sep 9, 2016, 7 PM
Sep 23, 2016, 7 PM
1007 SW 8th Street
Miami FL 33130