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"Third Crescent" by Pedro Gómez-Egaña

DATES Opens April 18th
HOURS Wednesday to Sunday, from 11AM to 7 PM
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25 NE 39th St
Miami, Florida 33137
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Zilberman Miami is pleased to exhibit Third Crescent, the first solo show of Colombian artist Pedro Gómez-Egaña in the United States.Third Crescent showcases installations that take inspiration on the life of Cuban poet and writer Dulce María Loynaz (La Habana 1902-1997). Loynaz's life story, particularly her voluntary seclusion following the Cuban Revolution of 1959 despite her literary acclaim, serves as a narrative influence for Pedro Gómez-Egaña. Gómez-Egaña's artistic inquiry delves into the concept of the interface as a liminal space where dichotomies blur. Traditionally, an interface is a point where two realities meet, a term that speaks to the contours of interaction, a porous membrane between insides and outsides, integrity and vulnerability, technology and faith. It’s a space for decoding and engagement. The notion of interface also presents a certain kind of eroticism, as an occasion for integrities to dissolve.

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