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Vivid with mo­tion and color, Naomie Kremer’s im­agery is based in the real world, whether it’s na­ture, ar­chi­tec­ture, lan­guage and let­ter­forms, or the hu­man fig­ure. Her work comes from a wide range of sources and in­spi­ra­tions, in­clud­ing art his­tory, mu­sic, po­etry and lit­er­a­ture. Kremer speaks of it us­ing the some­what con­tra­dic­tory phrase “Ab­stract Sur­re­al­ism”. Trans­lat­ing her ex­pe­ri­ence through the lan­guage of ab­strac­tion, she cre­ates worlds that are more real than re­al­ity – “sur­real”. She brings the work to that ra­zor sharp edge be­tween ab­strac­tion (e.g. De Koon­ing, Joan Mitchell) and na­ture (e.g. Monet).

Al­ways seek­ing to push the bound­aries of her work, Kremer will present her first 3-D hy­brid, “Earth­born,” a bas-re­lief trans­la­tion of one of her paint­ings, carved by a CNC ma­chine dur­ing her artist res­i­dency at Power Art Cen­ter (PAC) in New Jersey in 2017. Ex­plor­ing “Time and Ma­te­ri­als”, which was the ti­tle of her talk at PAC, the work re­flects her on­go­ing multi-me­dia re­search in the way per­cep­tion is me­di­ated through time.

Com­pleted in late 2017, a 40-minute

ex­per­i­men­tal doc­u­men­tary “In the Be­gin­ning was De­sire” (with NY based film­maker David Gru­bin) ex­plores the story of Adam and Eve. Kremer’s work in con­ceiv­ing and cre­at­ing the multiple vis­ual di­rec­tions for the en­tire film—from He­brew text to an­i­ma­tion of the Gar­den of Eden—has closely in­formed the paint­ings and hy­brids in this ex­hi­bi­tion, par­tic­u­larly the hy­brid work Earth­born.

Paint­ing con­tin­ues to ground all of Kremer’s prac­tice, gen­er­at­ing in­for­ma­tion that re­ver­ber­ates through ev­ery medium she uses.

Art Wyn­wood. Satur­day is the best day of the week. But, in Wyn­wood ev­ery sec­ond Satur­day is ex­tra spe­cial. Thou­sands of vis­i­tors look­ing for cul­ture, food and fun crowd the streets to en­joy a night out and all the Mi­ami art scene has to of­fer dur­ing Art Walk. Start­ing at 6:00pm and ex­tend­ing through­out the night, this iconic monthly art event fea­tures open­ings at art gal­leries, restau­rants and re­tail busi­nesses.

Whether you’re a foodie, art en­thu­si­ast or avid shop­per there is no bet­ter time to check out and en­joy the more than 400 busi­nesses that make up the fab­ric of the neigh­bor­hood. Only on this day do th­ese unique busi­nesses, such as gal­leries and shops, open their doors af­ter hours to the pub­lic, cre­at­ing Mi­ami’s largest block party. Ev­ery­one knows a good party has great food and drinks and Wyn­wood Art Walk is no ex­cep­tion! Here food lovers can in­dulge in in­cred­i­ble dishes from James Beard award nom­i­nated restau­rants and dozens of food trucks. Vis­i­tors can ex­plore the din­ing scene that adds to Mi­ami’s rank­ing as the #1 foodie city in the coun­try. Wyn­wood’s beer scene is bound to amaze ev­ery­one from the ama­teur to the ex­pert beer critic with its sev­eral craft brew­eries and tap rooms.

Once you’ve had your fill, take in the vi­brant streets covered in the street art. Wyn­wood is home to the high­est con­cen­tra­tion of street art in the coun­try. Check out our street art map to lo­cate your fa­vorite mu­rals and snap a pic­ture for that per­fect instagram shot.

Come party in Mi­ami’s hub for arts and cul­ture each month for this fes­tive and lively evening.

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