Project Gallery: Diego Bianchi-WasteAfterWaste (2015)
PAMM presents a newly-commissioned installation by Argentinian artist Diego Bianchi that addresses consumption and consumer waste. The installation will open with a special four-day performance that uses tattoos as a method to consider waste and “disposable” products in relation to material commitments that last a lifetime.
It’s a small exhibiting space in SW Miami. The Container Space is intimate and concentrates on finding the right artist to fill the gallery environment with each person’s special energy. This experimental artist’s enclave has established a tiny artist niche, off of 11th Ave. and SW 6th Street in Miami.
I’m not sure how I feel about this. I guess, as an art lover I’m delighted to see passengers anxiously waiting, in a Champagne enclosed bar area, on a ship, ready to bid on works of art. As a tenacious-well-informed art lover, I cringe when I witness what goes on during these on board auctions.
As an art lover I’m delighted to see passengers anxiously waiting, in Champagne enclosed bar areas, on a ship, ready to bid on works of art. As a tenacious-informed-arts-lover, I cringe when I witness what goes on during these on-board auctions.