Wayside of Versailles

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Calle Ocho Project on the Wayside of Versailles. A revival project in the Little Havana neighborhood of Miami, FL. Wayside of Versailles is a unique art basel experience  in a unique and magical warehouse located next to Versailles restaurant. The space will be showcasing site specific and sculptural works from contemporary artists from Miami, Cuba, Madrid, South Korea and New York.

The Calle Ocho Project is a privately run space by artist Alex Valls. The Wayside of Versailles exhibition is co-curated and organized by Julianna Vezzetti in a collaboration known as Good to Know. Proudly presenting its first edition for Art Basel Miami.

Artists:

Main Gallery: Adam Parker Smith, Alex Valls, Crack Rodriguez, Hyon Gyon, Luke Todd, Bobby Viteri.

Second Gallery: Jaqueline Farrara, Lucas Bennaroch, NKONE, Rebecca Manson, Vanessa Fernandez

 

Reception Details

A private reception will be held on Thursday December 7th: 8:00 pm- 11:00 pm.

With a special video  and photography presentation curated by Casey Kelbaugh.

Sponsored by Brooklyn Brewery and Atlantico Rum.

RSVP for invites and event details: vallsalexandra@gmail.com "subject: RSVP Wayside"

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Special Thanks: The Hole, Shin Gallery, Slideluck, Brooklyn Brewery and Versailles Restaurant.

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FOR PRESS:

Calle Ocho Exhibition by Alex Valls and Julianna Vezzetti.

Dates: Wednesday, December 6th – Sunday, December 10th. 2017

Address: 3601 sw 8th st, Miami, FL  33135

The space at the listed address is designated to become a temporary platform for exhibiting artwork. Artist will work with the building’s façade and exterior to demonstrate contemporary art. Viewings of the artwork will be made available from outside through the windows for the public. 

The project’s intention is to showcase the historical architecture of the building’s storefronts and pay homage to the original structure of the building’s interior. The introduction of contemporary art into the space contextualizes it within the framework of art; viewing the structure as a sculpture in and of itself.  Subsequently, drawing relevancy, value and appreciation for the building and the neighborhood.

The space is not open to the public. The interior of the warehouse space is only made available to those cleaning out the space and making minor adjustments to the building.

A small reception will be held on Wednesday, December 6th for the artists involved in the project. The reception can take place in the parking lot and will be held as a private event within a privately owned property.