The Art of Alejandro Mendoza at Art Wynwood Feb 16/20

Inaugural fair attracts more than 50 galleries from around the world, spotlights Wynwood Arts District as a flourishing cultural destination
MIAMI, Fla. – Feb 14,2012 – Art Miami, LLC. is pleased to announce its confirmed exhibitor list in association with the launch of Art Wynwood, taking place President’s Day Weekend, Feb. 16 – 20, 2012. Held in the spacious 100,000-square-foot Art Miami Pavilion, which attracted more than 55,000 attendees during the 2011 edition of Art Miami, the inaugural five-day International Contemporary Art Fair will showcase a compelling array of cutting-edge, contemporary and modern artwork by both emerging and established artists from more than 50 galleries, including “the flying murals of Wynwood” commissioned by the district’s own Tony Goldman.

Art Wynwood will feature paintings, photography, sculpture, art video and new media, conceptual art and urban street art by 500 artists from 13 countries: Argentina, Austria, Canada, China, France, Germany, Ireland, Mexico, Spain, the Netherlands, Venezuela, United Kingdom and the United States. With representation from 100 cities from around the world, including 50 across the U.S., Art Wynwood will further distinguish the Wynwood Arts District as a leading cultural destination for acquiring contemporary art. A VIP Private Preview will be held in celebration of the opening on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2012.

Alejandro Mendoza “Measurement” Kavachnina Gallery booth A21 |image courtesy of Natasha Kertes

Alejandro Mendoza studio general view | image courtesy of Natasha Kertes

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One Response to “The Art of Alejandro Mendoza at Art Wynwood Feb 16/20”
  1. Opinion says:

    No se; pero me temo estas piezas se alejan de la escultura y la instalación.
    Desde el punto de vista formal estas piezas se disuelven en si mismo perdiendo su caracter poderoso tridimensional que caracteriza la escultura para convertirse en lo que percibo; una maqueta divertida.

    Desde el punto de vista conceptual es debil e incapaz de producir el esqueleto formal poderoso como para erigir y producir una pieza impactante. Recuerde que el concepto es primero y la forma es un resultado de este. La meticulosidad no lo es todo; el amor a la terminación o perfección es importante como parte de una unidad y no como un elemento aislado o resultado final.
    …mi modesta opinion

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