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Ser, Habitar e Imaginar

September 1st to October 15th 2018

A collaborative project between the Brazilian Platform Carré Art and Aluna Art Foundation with the advisory of Aluna Curatorial Collective and the assistance of Flavia M. Pecego | Concrete Art Space, Doral.

“To dwell means to leave traces”. That expression by Walter Benjamin, for whom architecture was the oldest of the arts, reasoning that the need to seek refuge precedes all other expressions, is explored in “Ser, Habitar e Imaginar” through the work of a group of emerging Brazilian artists (…).


Water Diaries | Maritza Caneca

March 24th to June 26th, 2018

Curated by Adriana Herrera at Clima Gallery, Miami

The work of Maritza Caneca links what Gastón Bachelard calls “images of form,” with “direct images of matter.” Her works allow us to confirm that, “the material imagination of water is a particular type of imagination (…)


Eduardo Ramírez Villamizar: His Own Sacred Geometry

November 30, 2017 - March 30, 2018

Curated by Adriana Herrera at Durban Segnini Gallery, Miami

Eduardo Ramírez Villamizar drew, painted and sculpted as an architect of the emptiness celebrating the plenitude of forms created with an intense awareness of that whose breath is destined to extinction and perhaps even more beautiful as a result of it. That awareness of the extinction of everything around us (…)

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Sonia Falcone: Fileds of Life

September 17th to December 30th, 2017

Curated By Aluna Curatorial Collective
Palacio Nacional da Ajuda, Lisboa, Portugal

An artistic intervention that brings together geographies and visions of different times and spaces, promoting dialogues of unity between cultures, and a reconnection with nature (…)

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Ronald Morán: Immaterial Dialogues

June 16th to July 28th, 2017

Curated by Aluna Curatorial Collective at CCEMiami

This series has been inspired by Japanese architect, Tadao Ando (n.1941). The architect affirms “to change the dwelling is to change the city and to reform society” which is related on how Moran uses the stairs and mazes to cause perception thresholds and social transformation. Moran uses photos of architectural spaces done by Tadao Ando and covers then with translucent sheets (…)