THE ALTERED IMAGE Women Telling Stories Combining Photography with Mixed Media

If you are in the Miami area, be sure to check out the exhibition "THE ALTERED IMAGE

Women Telling Stories Combining Photography with Mixed Media". I am excited to have 2 images in this show which was curated by galleriest Dina Mitrani.

October 1 - 30, 2020

Temporary exhibition space

161 NE 40th Street

Miami Design District

Mon-Sat 11-7, Sun 12-5

Press Release:

Miami Florida, September 30, 2020 -- Dina Mitrani Gallery is delighted to present The Altered Image: Women Telling Stories by Combining Photography with Mixed Media, as part of the Miami Design District's Art in the District Cultural Program. This temporary exhibiton, featuring the work of more than 20 artists, is on view from October 1 to 30, 2020 and is open to the public Monday - Saturday, 11-7 and Sundays 12-5.

The Altered Image is an exhibition of women artists who use the photographic medium as a departure point to tell their stories. Each of the artists adds varying layers of meaning to the work by manipulating the image with paint, drawing, embroidery, collage, organic ingredients, and transfers to various found materials. The resulting works depict diverse symbolic alterations, which illustrate unique and textured visual narratives. The combination of image and other more tactile means of artistic expression truly allows for a layered narrative. In most cases the works are deeply personal representations of identity, memory, generational histories, traditions and our relationships to the natural or built environment. The works in this exhibition aesthetically and conceptually vary, but are threaded together by the essential use of the photographic process.

The artists included are: Maria Martinez-Cañas (Cuba/Miami), Delphine Dialo (Paris/Brooklyn), Marina Font (Argentina/Miami), Amy Friend (Canada), Marina Gonella (Argentina/Miami), Adriene Hughes (San Diego), Priya Kambli, (India/Minnesota), Heidi Kirkpatrick (Portland), Silvia Lizama (Cuba/Miami), Diane Meyer (Los Angeles), Tatiana Parcero (Mexico/Buenos Aires), Rachel Phillips (San Francisco), Olivia Racionzer (Italy/Wales), Astrid Reischwitz (Germany/Boston), Georgina Reskala (Mexico/San Francisco), Alexandra Rowley (New York), Sarah Michelle Rupert (Miami), Rebecca Sexton Larson (Tampa), Aline Smithson (Los Angeles), Krista Svalbonas (Latvia/Philadelphia), and Laura Villarreal (Mexico/Miami).

Special thanks to Craig Robins and Dacra, Claire Breukel, curator of Miami Design District Cultural Program, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Art Media Gallery, Fountainhead Residency, Catherine Couturier Gallery (Houston), Arnika Dawkins Gallery (Atlanta), Gallery Kayafas (Boston), and Klompching Gallery (New York).

About Dina Mitrani Gallery:

Dina Mitrani Gallery opened in the Wynwood Art District in November of 2008 and specializes in international contemporary photography. The gallery represents emerging and mid-career artists, offers artists talks and lectures about photography, photo-based objects and books. The gallery is committed to promoting its artists, in addition to collaborating with other galleries and curators to bring pertinent photography exhibitions to Miami. The gallery’s mission is not only to exhibit and promote photo-based art, but also to educate and enhance community enrichment. Dina Mitrani Gallery will soon be relocating to the Little River neighborhood of Miami.

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About Miami Design Distrct:

The Miami Design District is a one-of-a-kind neighborhood that combines luxury shopping, galleries, museums, design showrooms, restaurants and major art and design installations all within an architecturally significant context. The Miami Design District is owned and operated by Miami Design District Associates, a partnership between Dacra, founded and owned by visionary entrepreneur Craig Robins, and L Catterton Real Estate, a global real estate development and investment fund, specializing in creating luxury shopping destinations. The Miami Design District is home to more than 120 flagship stores including, but not limited to, Balenciaga, Cartier, Dior, Fendi, Hermes, Louis Vuitton, Van Cleef and Arpels and more. The neighborhood also houses some of the best architecture in the country, right down to our award-winning Museum Garage. Visitors can shop design showrooms, visit cultural institutions like the ICA Miami, the de la Cruz Collection and Locust Projects, or check out the rigorously curated public art program woven throughout our streets as well as temporary exhibitions by leading creative talent.