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Ronny Quevedo, "Wiphala in the paint," 2014

Ronny Quevedo: ule ole allez

Miami’s longest-running nonprofit alternative art space presents an immersive installation by the Ecuadorian-born, Queens-based artist Ronny Quevedo, during Miami Art Week. ule ole allez honors the passion for play and sense of community found in Miami’s Caribbean, Central American, and South American soccer- and futsal-playing communities and brings it into the gallery through a collaborative art project. Organized matches will capture players’ movements on the gallery’s white floors lined with the colorful boundaries of the playing field, creating a dynamic and energetic collaborative drawing on the walls and floors that serves as a metaphor for the collective immigrant experience. The exhibition is one of the last to be shown in the Miami Design District location, as Locust Projects will be reopening in Little River in late February 2023. 

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