Bran Sólo at Art Gaysel 2017 MIAMI BEACH
From 6th to 10th December, the Hôtel Gaythering in Miami Beach, Florida, will host the art exhibition Art Gaysel 2017 in which illustrator Bran Solo will participate, with his new works.
During the whole week, a group exhibition will be held at the hotel, together with other artists, including the Spanish artists El Dibujo, Fran Munyoz, Pascual Rodriguez, among others, as well as an individual exhibition of the artist in one of the hotel’s rooms, in the “Room Art Fair” style, which is beginning to become a trend in Spain.
In addition, for collectors, the first Tarots de Laguna will be available during the exhibition, being the first to go on sale after crowdfunding’s summer campaign which made its second edition possible.
This is a list of participants:
Spanish Painter,illustrator, beefcaker & ufo seeker
Actually, I’m studying Fine Arts art at Polythecnic University of Valencia, Spain.
My name is Bran Sólo. I was born in Spain in 1985. I’m an artist, painter, designer and photographer, among many other things I never wanted to be.
Derick Whitson (b. 1991 / Mansfield, OH) lives and works in New York City. Earned his BFA at Columbus College of Art & Design. Working within the realms of Photography, Video, and Performance.
Spanish Artist, Painter and Illustrator.
Jeremy Lucido is an artist, photographer and zine publisher located in downtown Los Angeles. Born in a suburb outside of Saint Louis, Missouri, Lucido was encouraged to follow his interest in art at an early age.
JONATHAN KENT ADAMS
From large scale installations to tiny works on paper, Jonathan Kent Adams presents his paintings in traditional and unorthodox ways. This presentation allows for viewers to imagine those who do not follow social constructions existing alongside those who do. “I love the unfinished moments and unconventional presentation. Those moments allow viewers a place to be themselves,”
Born in Tel Aviv, Israel, residing in New York City’s East Village. I hold a Bachelor of the Arts in Geography and the Human Environment from Tel Aviv University, and a Master of the Arts in Environmental Science from Columbia University. I have also attended Beit Berl, in a non-degree art program.
I’m a multi-disciplinarian at heart. My interests wonder, my passion stays put.
Native to Western Kentucky, DePaul Vera is a graphic artist and designer currently living in Reno pursuing his Master of Fine Arts degree in graphic design. He received his BFA in Drawing from Murray State University in 2014. Now, working exclusively with drawing and digital illustration, his work consists of comic-like pop art illustrations.
Spanish Multimedia Artist: Painting & Sculpture
Texan Figurative Artist featuring Dudes & Bears.
Adam Chuck is a Cleveland native, now living and making work in Brooklyn, New York. He works primarily in oil paint on mylar. His works are figurative and abstract, taking found photos, curated by amateur photographers and bloggers for the internet and re-presents the imagery to a more formal audience. By rendering them in paint at an intimate scale, Adam takes these explicit moments and presents them like specimens or a small photo like a Polaroid, examining the way many humans present themselves on the internet.
Alexander Guerra is an artist and photographer from Miami specializing in self-portraiture. Currently he is engulfed in his alter ego The Rabbit. The Rabbit is the central character in his images, set in both surreal scenes and real environments. His work is a provocative mix of bizarre travel stories as well as more offbeat contemplative pieces. Guerra’s Rabbits are awkwardly posing, sometimes suggestively sexual and mysterious, while other times playful and mischievous. Guerra builds a tension between the innocence of a bunny and a sexual aggressive, very male hare. The Rabbit is Guerra’s demanding inner exhibitionist.
Adam’s Nest is an idea that has been brewing for ages and the universe provided an opportunity to grab a retail space in Provincetown’s east end. The physical shop opened it’s doors in June 2016. We are located right next to Wired Puppy coffee and feature art, apparel, jewelry, and whatnot! We select items that appeal to our unique sense of humor, values and our lifestyle. We seek out artists and items through friends, our travels and various social media avenues and are always on the lookout for something interesting to share.