Antonio Guerrero’s work will be showcased at Miami Art Design.
MIAMI, FL. February 12, 2014. Adriana Budich Arte Contemporanéo presents an exhibition of Antonio Guerrero’s work at Miami Art + Design Art Fair 2014 – Both 222.
Antonio Guerrero’s interdisciplinary work, which encompasses painting, sculpture, writing and photography is shaped by a wide array of interests including the philosophy of consciousness, Cuban culture and human cognition, which refers to the mental processes involved in establishing and shaping our understanding of reality. His work explores philosophical questions like the nature of existence, mind and body, knowledge, goodness and beauty. His interest in knowledge extends from the avant-garde arts and philosophy to history, literature, social sciences, public policy and economics. Of special interest are the forces driving social and cultural change such as globalization and the avant-garde artistic movements.
Antonio Guerrero begins with the autobiographical to explore the universal, but from the beginning, his work has focused on the application of aesthetics to understanding of all aspects of life including both personal development and institutional structures.
Antonio Guerrero is an autodidact visual artist. He has had exhibitions at The Baker Art Museum, Naples, Florida, The Georgian National Museum, Thomasville Center for the Arts among others. His works are included in several private and public collections including that of the Miami Dade College.
MA+D will showcase more than 40 prominent international art and design galleries featuring fine and decorative arts from Old Masters, Impressionism and Post-Impressionism to Post War and Pop Art offering collectors an opportunity to view and buy treasures rarely seen outside major museum collections. MA+D is produced by International Fine Art Expositions (IFAE) in collaboration with the SNA, the organizer of the prestigious Paris Biennale and co-organizer of New York’s Salon: Art + Design.
MA+D will open with a Vernissage benefit for the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum on February 13 beginning at 6:30 p.m. The Museum will also conduct special tours in conjunction with the fair.