ENDANGERED: Art for Apes invites you to view


Art, Photography, Jewelry and Wearable Art

Thursday, December 5th 2 - 9 pm
Saturday, December 7th 2 - 9 pm

Evening Receptions 6 - 9 pm

in the presence of the artists
with gentle music by DJ Blondie

Valet Parking available

at the premises of Miami Club Rum
2320 N. Miami Avenue
Miami, Fl. 33127

James Amerson. Knuckles
James Amerson. Knuckles

Wearable Art Show compered by the Miami Heat's Spanish National TV Announcer, Mari Monge. Distillery tours by appointment. After these dates, viewings by appointment and during Wynwood Second Saturdays.

This lively and thought provoking exhibition features a range of interpretations of all that is ENDANGERED in the world by acclaimed and emerging artists, photographers and jewelers including:

Works from the Vanishing Animal series by Andy Warhol
National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore
Endangered wildlife sculptor Robert Hooke
Florida wildlife artist Anthony Burks
Award winning wildlife photographer James Amerson
Acclaimed animal portraitist James Fox
Unique jewelry by Joseph Gatto
Special exhibit by Bubbles, Michael Jackson's chimpanzee
and a range of national and international artists and photographers who communicate the importance of preserving the natural world and those living in it, including ourselves.

Audian Dunham, Staring Down Dinner
Audian Dunham, Staring Down Dinner


Proceeds benefit the Center for Great Apes, a Florida-based 501(c)(3) registered non-profit sanctuary providing lifetime care for orangutans and chimpanzees rescued from the entertainment industry, research and from life as domestic pets (

To learn more about ENDANGERED: Art for Apes please visit our website
We thank Miami Club Rum, Juried Art services and Merrill Lynch for their generous support of this exhibition.

Robin Woodward-Entry,  Global Warming
Robin Woodward-Entry, Global Warming

ENDANGERED: Art for Apes

at the premises of Miami Club Rum

2320 N. Miami Ave.

Miami, Fl. 33127


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