Untitled Art Fair

Friday, Dec 4, 2020 at 11:00am

Various Location
St Petersburg, FL 33701

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11am - 12pm

Caribbean Confluences: Artistic Conversations across the Atlantic

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Join artists Ann Gollifer and Joy Gregory for a discussion focused on the meaning of contemporary visual art practice throughout the Caribbean diaspora and the reimagining of global creative conversations. This panel is organized by UNTITLED, ART exhibitor Guns & Rain, based in South Africa.

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1pm - 2pm

Cultural Partner Program: National YoungArts Foundation

Virtual Tour and Talk

Join YoungArts Exhibition Manager Luisa Munera as she moderates a conversation with artists Ameya Okamoto, Demetri Burke and Maria Useche. The exhibit, do it (home) is curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist and presented in partnership with Independent Curators International. 

5:30pm - 6:30pm

Cultural Partner Program: Lowe Art Museum

Allison Zuckerman: Research and Practice

As part of the museum’s special Art Week edition of “Lowe Connects,” UNTITLED, ART VIPs are invited to join Allison Zuckerman and Mera Rubell, collector and co-founder of the Rubell Museum, for an in depth look at Allison's artistic practice as well as an engaging discussion of her influences and she reflects on her professional history.

Please note, the Lowe Art Museum will not be open during Miami Art Week due to Covid-19.

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6pm - 7:30pm

I Have Survived Miguel A. López in dialogue with Katie Numi Usher and Johan Mijail

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As part of UNTITLED, ART's Caribbean focused programming, the fair is presenting this panel in Spanish.

This conversation will approach the work of two poets and visual artists from the Caribbean, whose work explores intimacy, immigration, memory, affection, health, and colonial persistence in contemporary society. Johan Mijail (Dominican Republic) and Katie Numi Usher (Belize) will be moderated by Miguel A. López, Co-director and Chief Curator of TEOR / éTica, Costa Rica.

Katie Numi Usher is a writer, poet, and visual artist. Her work employs media as diverse as performance, embroidery, watercolors and online social media platforms to explore questions around blackness and black female erasure, while confronting and deconstructing the gatekeeping of museum and gallery spaces. ?In 2018, she was recipient of the Bridget Jones Travel Award. She is the author of KATIE Nami Usher , published by Image Factory Art Foundation in 2020.

Johan Mijail is a writer and performer. S / he is the author of Metafiction (2011), Scriptures of the Other Body (Ediciones Cielo Naranja, 2018), and Anti-Racist Manifesto: Writings for an Immigrant Biography (Los Libros de la mujer rota, 2018). In 2011, Mijail participated in the film Sister of the Collective Lewis Forever in Berlin, Germany. Mijail has participated in performance festivals in the United States, Chile, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic and Germany, with literary and visual work that invites a trans-feminist and decolonial imaginary. 

Miguel A. López is a writer, researcher and Co-director and Chief Curator of TEOR / éTica, Costa Rica. He is the author of Dissident Fictions in the Land of Misogyny (Pesopluma, 2019) and Stealing History. Counter-narratives and artistic practices of opposition (Metales Pesados, 2019).

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8pm - 9pm

'What a Week' with the Art Mamas Alliance

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Bring your drink/s and join Art Mamas for a get together to discuss what we've seen at UNTITLED, ART, how we are missing the Miami sunshine, and how we are all feeling on week four hundred and eighty two of parenting in a pandemic! 

The Art Mamas Alliance is a member-driven community and online platform for open and honest dialogue in support of Art Mamas. The group believes in the power of stories shared and invites anyone interested in listening to, learning from, or supporting Art Mamas to join in the conversation.

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