Sofia Bastidas (BA ’13) is now the co-director of a new gallery that has opened up in the art center that is Wynwood.
The gallery, called Blueshift Project, is a Miami-based contemporary art gallery and exhibition space founded to represent and promote work by a diverse group of critically acclaimed local and international artists. Housed in a 6,000 square-foot-space in Wynwood, Blueshift Project is envisioned as a hub for artistic growth and development and is committed to providing the community with a vibrant gathering place, where diverse art forms, fresh ideas, artists and audiences can come together. Blueshift Project was founded in 2015 by Mexican entrepreneur Eduardo Burillo, whose interest in the ways contemporary art practices shape our environment and can change a city is central to the gallery’s vision and approach. Through multifaceted exhibitions, programs, and collaborations, Blueshift Project aims to support artists’ production, foster public engagement, and bring significant national and international art to Miami audiences. (Source: Blueshift Project/Blueshift Project on Facebook)
Blueshift Project’s inaugural exhibition is entitled Made in New York, curated by Robert Dimin and including work by:
Jen Catron & Paul Outlaw
Made in New York will run until Thursday, March 26th, 2015 at Blueshift Project: 175 NW 25 Street, Miami, FL, 33127. A closing reception for the exhibition will be held on March 26th from 6PM-9PM.
An artist talk with Dana Sherwood will take place on Thursday, February 26th, 2015 from 7PM-9PM.
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