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ICA Miami presents “The Way We’ll Be” by Puerto Rico based artist Dalton Gata through November 21.
May 14, 2021 - November 21, 2021
ICA Miami presents “The Way We’ll Be” by Puerto Rico based artist Dalton Gata through November 21. Curated by Artistic Director Alex Gartenfeld, “The Way We’ll Be” features a surrealistic installation across various mediums. Gata draws on a personal archive of images that explores queer and popular culture as well as psychological and mythical symbols to create complex narratives that bring his own experience of immigration to life.
These latest works showcase the ever expanding visual language that Gata has explored through the medium of portraiture, to reimagine conventions of identity, gender, and beauty and creates symbolic still lifes and landscapes rich with cross-cultural references. The exhibition is accompanied by the artist’s first catalogue, published by ICA Miami, featuring essays by Maria Elena Ortiz and Rita Indiana, and an interview by Gartenfeld.
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