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Hollywood, Florida
954-927-3341
01Mar
BODYSCAPES 2019
6:00 PM - 11:59 PM Canvas Miami Gallery
Date: March 01, 2019 to March 01, 2019
Where: Canvas Miami Gallery, 3050 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida, United States
Phone: N/A
Event Type: Arts & Theater
Ticket Price: N/A
The grand opening for this exhibition will happen March 1st, 2019 at 7pm at Canvas Miami Gallery. On display till April 20th.Space is limited RSVP!Stay tuned for dates and times of the series of performances happening during this exhibition.Artist Statement 'Bodyscapes 2019'by Alfonso CoronaMy strongest interaction with art has always been through learning, experimenting, and enjoying the unique ways each of us perceives and therefore assimilates the 'things' that make up our lives. The infinite meanings that we assign to everyday things, how we come to understand them, and therefore interact with them, have always been the core inspiration behind my artworks.Through my art, I propose the introduction of new perceptual elements that create or re-define previous personal interpretations about certain elements or things, they aim to nurture a broaden the perspective of the spectators that interact with them. In this process of interactions with my art, I also aim to learn and understand more in depth, how to re-define my own understanding of things and the perceptual meanings I've come to assign to them.In 'Bodyscapes 2019' series, I explore the subtle, classical, and beautiful lines of the human body from abstract perspectives that may also perceived as landscapes.I use black and white photography, a well-studied use of light, body textures, and perspectives as the preferred delivery mediums.My main intention behind the creation of this series is to inspire abstract and serene feelings that emanate from my 'Bodyscapes' and their beautiful forms. Through my lens I want to reflect positive feminine energy -or Ying, celebrating its delicate, vital, and wonderful influence in our World.One of my life's passion is documenting textures, lines, and silhouettes that emerge from any natural workflow regardless of its surroundings, this series captures that flow, I'm grateful for allowing me to share it with you.Alfonso Corona'Bo
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