MIAMI FL – 2/14/2017 — design art concepts and The Directed Art Modern are pleased to announce their partnership with The Man Guide as they kick off the Miami International Boat Show with a three-day art event titled “The art of Manliness” from February 17-20th, 2017 and exhibition “Capricious Distractions”. The group exhibition comprised of paintings, fabric art, new media, mixed media, installation and sculptures by international artists on view at The Hyatt Regency, 400 SE 2nd Ave, Miami, Florida until the end of April 2017. Joining d | a | c and The D.A.M. for this upcoming three-day event is The Man Guide, the ultimate resource for today’s man. The event coincides with Miami Boat Show as a key destination along the River Walk with dock space available for large yachts.
Unique exhibits such as “The Art of Manliness” add impactful and memorable experiences to the Miami art scene. It has been created and custom designed for the savvy global traveler. It’s also an example of the commitment the organizers and the Hyatt Regency Hotel have in providing unexpected and exclusive experiences to guests, which remain long after their stay.
Exhibition highlights include; International artists interpret their take on manliness in the oeuvre of the ever evolving and redefining gender, and what this might look like in the future century of art. Greek sculptor Spiros Contoulis and his Pegasus sculpture begin the discussion of manliness with his unique interpretation of the ancient Greek mythical hero. Featured Artist Aurora Molina explores caballerismo through a family lens in a fabric wall installation commencing from man’s inception and the chromosomes that make a man, to the journey a man takes in life while artist Rob Anderson explores the heart of man that began to beat even before history was recorded, with an interpretive mixed media installation recreating urban landscapes through iconography painted on cardboard boxes focused on man’s primal need for shelter and love while offering open interpretation of gender roles and an appreciation for one-ness. Khotan Fernandez’s imposing, welded-steel cages filled with plastic pink flamingos from the artists’ series of American Lawn explores both the burden and splendor of suburban life.
On the other end of the spectrum, Artist Pia MYvroLD takes a technical approach to explore a new form of masculinity, that is to say femininity, through new media work Venus Blue.Artists Franck de la Mercedes and Carlos Rancero take on the theme through figurative works echoing swimming images of the human emotion and physical desires: The Art of Manliness is devoted to the varied array of the artist’s personal take of manly pursuits.
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