The Americas Collection at ArtSpot 2013 Miami International Art Fair

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THE AMERICAS COLLECTION DURING ART BASEL MIAMI WEEK SHOWCASING IN ARTSPOT INTERNATIONAL ART FAIR/ SPECTRUM FINE ART MIAMI WYNWOOD

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ArtSpot

Miami International Art Fair
Second Edition
 Dec 4-8

   A Global Reach

of Cutting-edge & Modern International Art!

Opening: Dec 4, 6-10pm

Location: Wynwood Miami Art District, 3011 NE 1st Ave, Miami, FL 33137

 Aldo Castillo, Founder & Director

 

For more than two decades, The Americas Collection Art Gallery is dedicated to promoting international and Latin American emerging and mid-career artists. Focusing on those from Central America. The Americas Collection offers a significant monthly production of serigraphs, which appeal to younger collectors. Their annual exhibition schedule consists of six dual solo exhibitions, six group shows and four international art fairs.

The gallery is located prominently in a new and exciting space in historical Coral Gables, Florida and dedicates its efforts to the endorsement of contemporary and cutting-edge Latin American Art in the United States.

The Americas Collection was founded in 1991 by the Nicaraguan family, Ortiz-Gurdian and currently is managed by Directors, both, Velia Larcinese and Silvia Ortiz.

The Family, Ortiz-Gurdian is also the founders of the Museo de Arte Fundación Ortiz-Gurdian in Leon, Nicaragua. A museum of high quality art that is often compared with museums of its quality and size anywhere in the world. Their collection of 20th and 21st century Latin American art is a real revelation! In addition, the Ortiz-Gurdian Family is a strong supporter and benefactor of the Central American Art Biennials.

The Americas Collection works closely with the Ortiz-Gurdian Foundation. This foundation was started by Patricia Gurdian de Ortiz and Ramiro Ortiz Mayorga and family as a not-for-profit organization. Its objective is to assist in the development of Nicaraguan culture, strongly promoting the visual arts. The Ortiz-Gurdian Foundation has endorsed a number of biennials over the past 15 years. The Ortiz-Gurdian Family and their foundation strengthened their ties and support to the Nicaraguan community in 2002 by establishing the Breast Cancer Program for low-income women, a program that saves the lives of approximately 600 women each year.

Changing their exhibits to once a month, a rotation that begins with a formal social opening, keeps The Americas Collection fresh and ever accessible to local and visiting fluent and knowledgeable art collectors.

Their Picasso exhibition at their previous location 2440 Ponce De Leon Blvd. consisted of twenty-nine lithographs from the suite “Imaginary Portraits” (on display for cultural and educational purposes only) was a great success! The gallery experienced many visitors to the exhibition; this was in part to its proximity to the popular Coral Gables Miracle Mile and its nightlife’s vibrant crowd.

The Americas Collection represented artists are:

Felix Ángel (Colombia), Patricia Belli (Nicaragua), Enrique Campuzano (Chile), Miriam Calzada (DominicanRepublic), Jorge Cavelier (Colombia), Jean Marc Calvet (France/Nicaragua), Andrea Carreño (Chile), Mariadolores Castellanos (Guatemala), Gabriela Cassano (Argentina), Maria Silvia Corcuera Terán (Argentina), Ricardo Cordova (Peru), Luis Cornejo (El Salvador), Liliam Cuenca (Cuba), Omar d’Leon (Nicaragua), Karen Estrada (El Salvador), Ignacio Gana (Chile), Miguel Ángel Giovanetti (Argentina), Liliana Golubinsky (Argentina), Gabriel Gonzalez (Panama), Ricardo Gonzalez (Nicaragua), Adrian Guerrero (Mexico), Ricardo Guzman (Mexico), Antonia Guzmán (Argentina), Paul Hunter (Canada), WalterioIraheta (El Salvador), Luis Fernandez Arroyo (Argentina), Jorge Jrisinco (Argentina), Linda Kohen (Italy/Uruguay), Connie Lloveras (Cuban-American), Armando Lara Hidalgo (Honduras), Ilse Manzanarez (Nicaragua), Braulio Matos (Panama), Paul Morales (Ecuador), Christina Motta (Brazil),MUHER (Spain),Pedro Muiño (Spain), Carlos Musse (Uruguay), Christian Navarro (Costa Rica) Maria Navas (Colombia), Alberto Ocón (Nicaragua), Lorenza Panero (Colombia), José Perdomo (DominicanRepublic), Giancarlo Puppo (Argentina), Jean Jacques Ribi (Italy/Panama), Rita Rivas (Venezuela), Susana Rodriguez (Argentina), Gioconda Rojas (Costa Rica), Pedro Ruiz (Colombia), Baruj Salinas (Cuba), Rodolfo Stanley (Costa Rica), Roberta Sutherland (Canada), Fernando Toledo (Panama), Javier Valle-Perez (Nicaragua), Jorge Vallejos (Peru), Veronica Vides (El Salvador), Patricia Villalobos (Nicaragua), Daniel Viñoly (Uruguay), Elena Wen (Costa Rica).
Since Miami/Coral Gables is a prime destination for collectors of Latin American art in the United States and abroad, the Americas Collection is the number one choice for collectors of contemporary art.

For more information please contact:

The Americas Collection Gallery

4213 Ponce de Leon Blvd

Coral Gables, Florida 33146

T: 305-446-5578

info@americascollection.com

www.americascollection.com

ARTSPOT INTERNATIONAL ART FAIR MIAMI/NEW YORK

ArtSpot International Art Fair is a stand-alone event hosted this year in Miami inside the Spectrum Miami Art Fair.

ArtSpot 2013 replicates a model introduced to the Miami art community last year, presenting carefully selected modern, contemporary and cutting-edge galleries with strong curatorial programs and their represented artists. It is aimed at offering the best quality art to the Miami art community and worldwide collectors during Art Basel Week.

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