Gallery directors Danelle and Michele Pino have announced the reopening of WYN 317 in time for Miami Art Week. The newly renovated gallery will host a kickoff reception on Tuesday, Dec. 1, where renowned street artist John “CRASH” Matos will debut a solo show exhibition featuring new works. Throughout the week, the gallery will participate in Wynwood Mural Fest with a mural painting and virtual group exhibition, and will host the festival’s opening reception on Thursday, Dec. 3, from 6 to 8 p.m. To close out the week, on Saturday, Dec. 5, WYN 317 will host the launch of an exclusive release by Joe Iurato, a talented stencil artist known for his wood cutouts.
Matos’ solo show, entitled “45 Years Later,” will exhibit at WYN 317 from Dec. 1 through Jan. 2. It will celebrate his 45 years of painting, with new works on paper as well as never-before-seen works on canvas — all emblematic of Matos’ colorful, energetic style for which he has become so well known. The kickoff reception will be held on Tuesday, Dec. 1, from 6 to 9 p.m., and will be open to the public.
As part of Wynwood Mural Fest, WYN 317 will have its exterior 43’ x 6’ wall painted by Meme Va, Deity La and Nico Mia from Few & Far Women, a nonprofit organization that celebrates female artists. Sponsored by Monster Energy, the mural will depict an indigenous woman surrounded by nature. The artists’ intention is to spark discussion and shine a light on human rights issues surrounding people of indigenous and Nat
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