“Twelve Summers” features GroveHouse Artists’ paintings and watercolors from their 12th season of collaboration with the Deering Estate and includes works from the January Affair en Plein Air juried painting event. In “Capturing Brazzdance,” photographer Carlos Di Roberto Martinez documents the choreographic and performative works from Augusto Soledade’s Brazzdance 2016–2017 season. This initiative invites photographers and visual artists to capture the company’s work beyond the fleeting moment of performance.
Wednesday, September 13, 2017 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Deering Estate. The exhibit will be on display daily, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., from July 15 through September 27, and is free with Estate admission. Light refreshments and a cash bar will be available.
Augusto Soledade Brazzdance
Augusto Soledade Brazzdance, a Miami dance company featuring an Afro-Fusion style, see their role as seekers of innovative projects that create fresh content and outlook on global life, consider various cultures, and are a vessel for relevant contemporary dance repertory. Augusto Soledade believes that the diverse make-up of the company is an essential element in the definition and expansion of his acclaimed Afro-Fusion style, and will further enhance the notion that his works move from the culturally rooted to the universally scoped.
Featured Photographer, Carlos Di Roberto Martinez
Di Roberto (Carlos Di Roberto Martinez) is an award-winning Brazilian-American photographer from Miami. His passion for travelling and capturing diverse content through photography has taken him to South, Central and North America, China, Japan, Europe, and Turkey. He is currently publishing photos for a South Florida publication and is the author of several photographic books. Among many awards and exhibitions, he was recognized as 2017 Street Photographer of the Year Award, Focus Brazil, Ft Lauderdale and 2016 Best Photo Award, Art Brazil, Miami.
This year’s exhibition is organized by Barbara Tejada and Judy A. Brown with exhibiting artists, Linda Apriletti, Beverly Borland, Rosie Brown, Jim Bushell, Jennifer Buttrick, Sarah Carmenate, Judith Chesher, Perri Cox, Ann Danoudy, Marissa Diaz, Carlos Galves, Pauline Goldsmith, Lizzie Hunter, Carol P. Kingsley, Ana Llaurado, Gerald Obregon, Sushila Oliphant, Melanie Padilla, Gail Schrack, Barbara Tejada, Jeanine Watkin, Beth Werner.
GroveHouse Artists is an eclectic group of artists that have been exhibiting in the Coconut Grove and South Florida area since the mid-1970s, and have been a not-for-profit since 2005. The artworks they exhibit represent the sub-tropical landscape of Florida, flowers, architecture, animals, abstracts and nature. Members volunteer their time to help promote community art events, cultural programs, and fellow artists by working together.
Exhibit Evenings at the Deering Estate
the Deering Estate offers complementary exhibit viewing nights, highlighting a variety of contemporary, historic, and visiting exhibitions inside the Historic homes. Exhibit Evenings are free of charge and offer the public a chance to interact with artists and curators and to experience a variety of exhibit tours and talks.
Cultural Arts Programming at the Deering Estate is made possible with the support of the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners, and the Deering Estate Foundation, Inc.
About the Deering Estate
The 450+ acre Deering Estate is an environmental, archaeological and historical preserve. From canoe tours to butterfly walks and guided Historic House tours, the Deering Estate has diverse activities for the whole family to enjoy. The Estate is part of the Miami-Dade County Parks, Recreation and Open Space Department, which manages the Estate on behalf of the State of Florida. Discover More art, culture, history, science, preservation, conservation and ecology at the Deering Estate today!
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