CCEMiami te invita a la inauguración de “Carta desde lo desconocido”, una exhibición de la nueva obra de la artista Angela Valella.

Valiéndose de un grupo de objetos, imágenes y obra literaria de escritora no publicada, Valella conversa con historias dentro del espacio de exposición. El título lo toma de la novela Carta de una desconocida de Stefan Zweig, la cual fue adaptada al cine por el director Max Ophüls en 1948. La misma, sirve de preámbulo a un trabajo investigativo de una serie de formaciones dentro del espacio, cada una acentuando diferentes estadios del proceso experimental que se ve informado por el lenguaje, diversos materiales, dispositivos visuales y conservación de archivo.


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Through a network of objects, images, and literary work from an unpublished writer, Valella converses with their histories within the exhibition space.

The title was borrowed from Stefan Zweig’s novel Letter from Unknown (Woman) — which made it into a movie by Max Ophüls in 1948—serving as a preamble to a research-based work on several formations around the gallery space, each one highlighting different stages of experimental process informed by language, materials, display, preservation, and conservation.

The exhibition will be accompanied by a conversation between the artist and art historian, critic, and curator Nerea Ubieto (Spain).

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ANGELA VALELLA (Cuba), lives and works in Miami. She is the recipient of the CINTAS Fellowship Award 2013-2014. Her work has been exhibited widely, including the Museum of Contemporary Art (North Miami, FL), Galeria do Museu (Lisbon, Portugal), Museo Nacional de Arte Moderno (Guatemala City, Guatemala), Centro Cultural Español (Miami, FL), Museum of Art + Design (Miami, FL), Miami Dade Public Library (Miami, FL), Cuban Art Museum (Miami, FL), Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center (Coral Springs, CO), Blackbird Space (San Francisco, CA), and Colby Gallery (Chicago, IL). Her career expands to long engagement artist-led projects and collaborative initiatives like The Nightclub and Fall Semester. She is curatorial advisor to the MOAD Museum of Art and Design in Miami and founding faculty member of Design and Architecture School (DASH), Miami.

NEREA UBIETO (Spain) is an independent curator and art critic. She has been recently awarded with the HIAP Residency Programme in Helsinki. Among her recent exhibitions are Keep calm and carry on at Tabacalera in Madrid and El barco de Teseo at various institutions in Latin America.

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