Maxoly Art Gallery 2011 Miami at Art Fairs International Art Fairs
At the Miami international Fairs MIA-Art Fairs 2011 Maxoly’s Art Gallery was positioned at the entrance to the show, Little Havana Calle Ocho’s oldest Art Gallery.Maxoly Fine Art Gallery first opened to the public in 2001 at 810 SW 16th Avenue, it was the first Cuban art gallery in the heart of Little Havana. By 2003 the space had expanded to the adjacent corner location, 1600 SW 8th Street, today also call the home of Latin Art Core.
Padura painting was commanding attention immediately entering the show.
This is one of Padura best paintings and it visually dominated the entrance.
Maxoly is a Miami knowledgeable Fine art dealer with a varied range of Cuban masters in his collection.
The International Show was enjoyable simply because there were so many good galleries from around Miami to see under one roof. Opening night was packed. Great start for the Miami Art and South Florida Arts 2011 Calendar.
The video shows many photos of the New Worldmural‘s making before it was hung in Miami’s Freedom Tower in 1988. The mural depicts Juan Ponce De Leon and the Tequesta Chief, spanish galleons,mermaids and the new known world. The mural celebrates the date 1513 and Miami as the first discovered settlement by the Spanish explorers. 2013 is Florida’s 500th Anniversary of this historic. You are invited to watch the video and read further on the website. Many residents of Miami Dade County are waiting to see how the MDC, National Landmark Freedom Tower’s New World 1513 Mural will be presented as a main celebrative art work for the Florida Quincentennial Anniversary in 2013. Some of the artists are still based in South Florida and they are still working towards bringing awareness about this important historic date for our South Florida community, State and Nation too.
The Freedom Tower is open to the Public and it is free to visit the mural that hangs in the main hall. Enquires for the artists can be made through the website or 786 239 0126 to leave a message.