The group show featured works by striving local artists, who aim to make an impact on the local and international art conversation. Each artist differs in practice, however, all are up and coming Miami-based artists and present a glimpse into the future of the Miami art scene.
Artists like Atomik, Kazilla, Jeff Dekal, Kat King, Ivette Cabrera, Natalia Molina, Chris Valdes, Deming King Harriman and Buddha Funk presented a variety of work focusing on future, a new discourse on Miami and artistic transition. The exhibit featured painting, installation, illustration, video, collage, graffiti and performances by Xela Zaid, Kendall Morgan and newSense from ArtOfficial.
The works collectively explored the trajectory of Miami’s art scene while each piece individually represented a very personal examination of future perspectives and career visions by each artist.
Focused around a theme of innovation first time curator Tesoro Carolina produced an exciting exhibition inspired by the participating young and driven artists as well as by the community-centric concept of multi-artist studio Viophilia.