Miami, FL,
12
December
2019
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20:26 PM
Europe/Amsterdam

Exhibition by Miami artist Rosemarie Chiarlone now on view at MIA

Altered Boundaries explores physical and psychological boundaries of human connection

(MIAMI, December 12, 2019)Altered Boundaries, located at The Eye Has to Travel gallery near gate D29 at Miami International Airport, is Rosemarie Chiarlone’s work inspired by Charles Deering’s writings and his commitment to preserving and restoring natural resources. As a result of her 2019 residency at The Deering Estate, the Miami-based artist’s recent work reveals multiple connotations pertaining to the changing environment of our world. As with many of Chiarlone’s works on paper and handmade books, inscribed words and phrases are drawn from longtime collaborator and poet Susan Weiner.

’Altered Boundaries is a welcomed addition to our Fine Arts and Cultural Affairs program at MIA,” said Lester Sola, MIA Director and CEO. “In addition to providing eye-catching and engaging artwork for our passengers, this exhibition also helps to raise awareness about the value of protecting our environmental resources in South Florida.”

Chiarlone has exhibited nationally and internationally, and her work is included in such notable collections as the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C. and The Center for Book Arts in New York. She is the recipient of a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant and a Florida Visual Arts Fellowship, among other awards and honors.

Rosemarie Chiarlone’s work is part of the following exhibitions:

Geometric Nature, Inaugural Artist, part of Contemporary Currents program at Deering Estate

Deering Estate

16701 SW 72nd Ave

Miami, FL 33157

Now through January 2020

The Artful Book

LnS Gallery

2610 SW 28 Lane

Miami, FL 33133

November 2, 2019 - January 4, 2020

Artists Draw Their Studios

Art and Culture Center of Hollywood

1650 Harrison St,

Hollywood, FL 33020

September 14, 2019 - January 5, 2020

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