Curated by Rosie Gordon Wallace
“To be a person is to have a story to tell”
An exhibition featuring the work of 2018 YoungArts Miami participants in Design, Photography and Visual Arts. Many of the works in this exhibition have one core formal concern in common. Whether they be about the system, parents, educators, self or sexuality, these works center around the idea of a question. Some question through playful subversion of minimalist concerns, while others pose questions through bold articulation.
Exhibiting artists include: Maya Benedetti, Daniel Blanco, Emilee Briscoe, Jacob Chang-Rascle, Uma Chaterjee, Devon Davis, Mikaela Ehrenstein, Nicolas Glenn, Kiki Gordon, Megan hostetler, Fharid La Torre, Leanne Lin, Sarah Meckes, Alexander Montlvan, Emma Nieves, Carlos Ochoa, Liam Prather, Janelle Radcliffe, Frederick Rapp, Henry Rojas, Lua Schwartz, Zoe Schweiger, Jessica Sharif, Juniel Solis, Siless Vasquez, Ariana Vilchis, Harley Walker and Alexander Wong.
Open February 23 – April 27, 2018
Tuesday through Friday, 10 AM – 4 PM