(Miami – February 26, 2015) A new cultural space opens its door in Coral Gables! Canale-Diaz Art Center, focused primarily in fine arts, but also open to other arts such as literature, education, and music, among others.
Canale-Diaz Art Center combines different art forms in one space for the entertainment of the community of Miami, mastering the main vanguard trends in Latin-American contemporary art. “Consequences” will be the first collective show; a sample from various Latin-American artists that define the various artistic tendencies the Art Center will offer to the public.
The opening exhibition symbolizes the clear evolution in Latin-American Art. An art that is no longer afraid to wonder beyond its usual territory, to search and to dig for new techniques and that ultimately dares to step away from the typically known Latin artistic lines, while still achieving to capture the Latin-American identity with great success through tendencies that are not traditionally their own. The exhibit will be open to the public until March 28, within regular hours from Monday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Directed by Marco Canale and Manuel Diaz, economist and entrepreneur, respectively; both are art collectors and have worked as art dealers in Venezuela for several years. Canale-Diaz Art Center represents and promotes the following artists: Alejandro Aguilera, Enrique Amador, Jose Bedia, Henry Bermudez, Danny Esquenazi, Ricardo Goldman, Valerio Gomez, Ahmed Gomez, Carlos Gonzalez, Felipe Herrera, Heriberto Mora, Cristobal Ochoa, Jose Paez del Nogal, Antonio Paz, Alejandro Plaza, Alirio Rodriguez, Reymond Romero, Yanel Sanchez y Evelyn Valdirio.
The grand opening will take place on Friday, March 06 as part of the traditional Gallery Night of Coral Gables from 6pm to 9pm and visitors will have the chance to meet and talk with artists Enrique Amador, Jose Paez del Nogal, Alejandro Plaza and Evelyn Valdirio.
For further information, please contact:
Marco Canale, (407) 921-9185, firstname.lastname@example.org