Building on a 40-year legacy of supporting the arts, Amerant has launched an art initiative showcasing a series of art exhibitions in its corporate spaces. Rotating three times a year, Amerant is proud to open its doors to the abundance of talent South Florida-based artists have to offer.
The Amerant Art exhibitions are curated by Espacio Visible, which is led by Adriana Gómez and Anilu Gómez, two of the area’s most respected art consultants.
The first rotation will run from October 2019 through January 2020 and will feature 10 South Florida-based artists.
Originally from Havana, Cuba, Gustavo Acosta earned a degree from the School of Visual Arts in San Alejandro, Havana and the Superior Institute of Art (ISA) in Havana. The award-winning artist has taken part in several one-person exhibitions as well as selected-group exhibitions throughout his career. He will be exhibiting three pieces during Amerant’s Art Rotation.
Originally from Caracas, Venezuela, Paul Amundaraín studied at the Central University of Venezuela in the School of Architecture in Caracas, where he lived and worked until 2013. Currently, he has a local studio in Miami as well as one in Caracas. Paul has participated in several group and solo exhibitions throughout his career. He will be exhibiting four pieces during Amerant’s Art Rotation.
Originally from Caracas, Venezuela, Muu Blanco is a multidisciplinary Venezuelan artist that works in the plastic arts, performance, drawing, photography, electronic music, conceptual video, and handbag design industry. Muu studied painting and art history at the Museum of Fine Arts and the Federico Brandt Institute, in Caracas. He will be exhibiting two pieces during Amerant’s Art Rotation.
Originally from Santiago, Patricio González studied at the School of Fine Arts of the University of Chile and the University Complutense, Spain. González is an artist and an engineer who uses code and light to turn data into landscapes. He currently lives and works in Miami and will be exhibiting two pieces during Amerant’s Art Rotation.
Born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Adler Guerrier currently lives and works in Miami, where he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the New World School of the Arts. Guerrier improvises between form and function to nimbly subvert space and time in constructions of race, ethnicity, class, and culture. He will be exhibiting one piece during Amerant’s Art Rotation.
Originally from Ciego de Avila, Cuba, José Iraola studied at San Alejandro National Academy of Art, located in Havana, Cuba. Throughout his career, his art has been featured in selected public collections, solo exhibitions and selected group exhibitions. He will be exhibiting 12 pieces during Amerant’s Art Rotation.
A Miami native, Michael Loveland earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts at Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore. He also took part in the New York City Independent Study in the New York Studio Program, and attended the New World School of the Arts in Miami. He has participated in several art fairs and has been a part of selected group exhibitions and solo exhibitions. He will be exhibiting two pieces during Amerant’s Art Rotation.
Originally from Venezuela, Yucef Merhi is known as the pioneer of Venezuelan digital art and incorporates many computers, T.V.s, and video games into his art. Earning a degree in Interactive Telecommunications from New York University, he brings a unique digital twist to the art world and has been exhibited in several solo and selected group exhibitions, as well as films and private collections. He will be exhibiting two pieces during Amerant’s Art Rotation.
Originally from Chile, Ignacio Muv studied architecture at Finis Terrae University, visual arts at Catholic University of Chile and culinary Ecole Culinaire Francaise. His artworks present the painting from its tactile, sensory and virtual dimension; where the dialogue between the painting, the frame and the canvas is direct, suppressing the formal obligations in that relation. His artwork has been exhibited in important Contemporary Art Fairs, as well as public and private collections world-wide. He will be exhibiting one piece during Amerant’s Art Rotation.
Originally from Caracas, Venezuela, Tony Vázquez studied at Slade School of Fine Art in London, the New York Studio School, Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes in Cuba, and earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Babson College in Boston. Throughout his career, his art has been featured in solo exhibitions and selected group exhibitions. He will be exhibiting six pieces during Amerant’s Art Rotation.