Conde Contemporary Brings the Mojo to Spectrum
Conde Contemporary is delighted to announce its participation in Spectrum Art Fair , Midtown Miami, December 3rd through the 7th, in booth number 324. Be our guest! Follow the link to download your VIP tickets for Spectrum Art Fair in Midtown Miami. Though the vast majority of artists represented by Conde Contemporary are Cuban, their work defies stereotypes of “Cuban Art”. “A woman approached me at Art San Diego and said after seeing the work of our artists she needed to rethink what the words “Cuban Art” meant to her, which, is part of our aim”, said Conde. “Why Cuban artists?” smiles Stacy Conde. “Well, let’s start with the fact that we’re in Miami, add to that an innate attraction to people who’ve known struggle. There’s a beautiful balance of strength and vulnerability in those who’ve been able to overcome; this combination of qualities in an artist are magical.” Friday December 5th from 3:00 - 3:45 pm, in the Art Spot International Zone at Spectrum, Conde will host an "Art Talk" panel discussion, "Cuban Art in Exile". Guest speakers include Cuban artists, Ernesto Capdevila, Andres Conde, Aurora Molina, and Darian Rodriguez Mederos. Conde Contemporary's featured artists are Ernesto Capdevila, Andres Conde, Aurora Molina, Guillermo Portieles, Darian Rodriguez Mederos, Raiman Rodriguez Moya, and Luis Enrique Toledo de Rio. "We're very proud to announce two of our artists, Ernesto Capdevila and Darian Rodriguez Mederos have been chosen as Spectrum's Spotlight Artists", said Conde.
This year Conde Contemporary will be sharing booth 324 at Spectrum Art Fair with the Argentinian abstract artist Marcelo Holzinger. Marcelo lives and maintains his studio in Miami, where he is an accomplished and well known member of the Miami art scene.
Conde Contemporary, located at 1007 SW 8th Street, Miami, FL 33130 will remain open during Basel Week. “Space is limited at the fairs”, said Conde, “…one of the reasons we like exhibiting at Spectrum in Midtown so much, is that it’s only about ten minutes away from the gallery in Little Havana where we have many more works available. Little Havana has increasingly become a draw in and of itself; it’s an ideal location to escape the craziness of Art Week and experience the vibrancy of Cuban culture for which Miami has become so famous.”