|The focus ofÂ West Encounters East is to rethink the significance of cultural exchange and diversity in contemporary society by identifying emerging and mid-career Latin American artists of Asian heritage. The Pavilion will show the work of contemporary Argentine artists Valeria Yamamoto, Ary Kaplan Nakamura, Guillermo Ueno, and Lucila Heinberg.
“It’s a natural evolution of Brickell Gallery Night’s mission to introduce emerging artists with Asian roots to the West,” Ms. Holmes said. “For me, the emphasis is the fusion of the two traditions. I think of it as Artists Without Borders â€“ a beautiful way that we can learn from each other through a meaningful exchange of culture.”
Lecture Saturday 26, 5:30 â€“ 7, at ArteamÃ©ricas Auditorium
Anna Kazumi Stahl, Ph.D. will lecture on Saturday, March 26 about â€œKeys to the Japanese Way of Being and Seeing: Literature and Art as Windows onto a Complex Interiorâ€. Dr. Stahl is the daughter of a Japanese mother and a North American father of German descent. After a visit to Argentina in 1988 on an academic research grant, Kazumi Stahl began to focus more in the culture, language and history of Buenos Aires and its surroundings. In addition to writing fiction, Dr. Stahl is an active cultural journalist, publishing articles in the cultural supplements ofÂ ClarÃn andÂ PÃ¡gina/12 and contributing regularly to “ADN Cultural” of La NacÃon.
The lecture will beÂ free with art fair admission ticket.
The Brickellian, Inc.
1925 Brickell Ave., Suite D 301
Miami, FL 33129
Miami Beach Convention Center, Hall D
1901 Convention Center Drive
Miami Beach, Fl 33139
Friday March 25, 12 â€“ 9
Saturday March 26: 12 â€“ 8
Sunday March 27: 12 â€“ 7
Monday March 28: 12 â€“ 5
For media registration, interviews or other press-related inquiries, please contact Lizeth Servellon at (305) 854-4959.