Pigalle Gallery presents La Maleta Del Abuelo, The Grandfather’s Bag
Jul 8, 2019
by Miami Art Scene™ –
Art lovers and collectors will enjoy Pigalle Gallery‘s newest show La Maleta Del Abuelo – The Grandfather’s Bag, the opening reception will take place on Thursday, July 11th from 6-9pm. The gallery is pleased to announce this inaugural solo exhibition of Cuban-American artist Elodia Ramirez de Arellano Fanjul in Miami, Florida.
Pigalle Gallery presents the opening reception of La Maleta Del Abuelo – The Grandfather’s Bag, an exhibition reminding us of courage, heartache and sacrifice of those that left their country and those that stayed behind. This exhibition runs through August 10, 2019 and features the artists latest drawings and large-scale paintings.
Elodia will be sharing insight about her work and philosophy in a guided tour organized by the gallery. A comprehensive, fully-illustrated brochure will be distributed on this occasion. As a part of the Little River at 75th Art Collective artwalk. In this exhibition, Elodia explores the theme of still life, portraits and nudes inspired by her own life and history.
The event is sponsored by Guarachi Family Wines, and the evening will feature a special presentation by innovator, entrepreneur, interior and fashion designer Francisco Camiroaga. Known by his sophistication and dedication to rescuing the ancestral crafts of his home country of Chile re-editing “The Crin” and taking it to a level of sophistication never before seen in the use of this material. Francisco will be presenting his last collection of Horse Hair Necklaces, Bracelets, Jewelry and Art for every horse lover.
Pigalle Gallery is a unique space dedicated to Contemporary Art and Design in Miami’s Little River Art District. The gallery is an innovative platform nestled in a new art building and is part of the group “Little River on 75th Art Collective”, presenting solo and group exhibitions, installations, public art projects, conferences, and art publications.
Pigalle Gallery is located at 360 Northeast 75th Street – Suite 122, in Miami, Florida 33138. This event is free and open to the public. For more information visit www.pigallegallery.com