MANO Fine Art presents Made in the U.S.A.

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MANO Fine Art presents Made in the U.S.A.
Curated by: Mano

4225 SW 75 Ave
in the Bird Road Art District
Miami, FL 33155
July 16th, 2011 - September 11th, 2011
Opening: July 16th, 2011 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Other (outside main areas)
By appointment
digital, installation, graffiti/street-art, video-art, performance, conceptual, figurative, sculpture


Please join us on Saturday, August 20 for the opening of "Made in the U.S.A. Part II", a multimedia group exhibit that looks at what it means today to be “made” in the U.S.A. The exhibit will be on view through Sunday, September 11.

Featuring: Atlas, Toa Castallanos, Billy M. Duffo, Daniel Garcia, Antonio Guerrero, Vince Herrera-(Bad Panda), Richard Kurtz, Lopez-Ramos, MANO, Tony Mendoza, Aurora Molina, Janet M. Muller, ...George Rodez, Cesar Santalo, Patricia Sowers and Derek Wilson.

The exhibition examines shifting boundaries between the origins of creativity and American ingenuity. Sixteen artists with ties to South Florida; collectively create an interpretive, visual perspective for viewers to reflect on what it means to be “made” in the U.S.A., a question that resonates even more poignantly in today’s environment. The work ranges from figurative abstraction to sculptural hybrids of repurposed objects and two-dimensional work to video and performance art.

MANO Fine Art Project Space is the working studio of Miami-based artist MANO and an exhibition and project space for art related events. MANO Fine Art participates in the Bird Road Art Walk, on the third Saturday of each month. For more information:
Twitter: @MANOfineArt


Bird Road Art Walk (Recently Ranked Miami's Best Art Walk by Miami New Times) is held on the third Saturday of each month from 7:00 - 10:00 pm.

Located just off of the Palmetto Expressway and Bird Road, visitors will find a thriving community of more than 30 artists' studios, art galleries, art schools and live stage. During the monthly art walk visitors have the opportunity to meet the artists and visit their studios, which are not normally open to the public.

For more information about the Bird Road Art Walk visit:

Facebook: Bird Road Art District
Twitter: @BirdRoadArts

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