Yeelen Art Gallery

Through May 31st, 2009.  Yeelen Art Gallery. Miami Art GalleriesNew works by French artist Jerome Soimaud will be on exhibit at the Yeelen Art Gallery thru May 31st, 2009. The exhibition is titled Yes We Did and it captures the pride of a nation during these historic times.

While most of the country braved frigid temperatures during the Inauguration of President Barack Obama, the ability to truly celebrate belonged to Miami, where residents of the city’s African-American community took to the streets without constraint, in an outpouring of pride and dignity.

Jerome Soimaud offers the visual data of a most significant period in American History. In this photo exhibition, the many faces of joy and celebration amplify the legacy of the Civil Rights movement.

Jerome Soimaud’s work sets a stage of themes dedicated to the poetry and beauty of the unheard voices.  Born in Paris 1964, the artist now lives and works in Miami.

Yeelen Art Gallery
250 NW 23rd Street. Unit 306
Miami, FL 33127
954.235.4758
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Jerome Soimaud. From Feb 14th through Mar 31st, 2009.  Yeelen Art Gallery. Miami Art GalleriesNew works by French artist Jerome Soimaud will be on exhibit at the Yeelen Art Gallery from February 14th through March 31st, 2009. The gallery will be open by appointment only. A reception and private viewing with the artist will be held on February 14th, 2009 at 7:00 p.m. (more…)

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Miami B-Side. From Nov 29th, 2008 through Jan 31st, 2009.  Yeelen Art Gallery. Miami Art GalleriesYeelen Art Gallery presents a solo show by artist Jerome Soimaud titled Miami B-Side. This exhibit will display a series of charcoal on canvas dedicated to the Midtown District of Miami. This quarter is maybe the least known of the city because it is one of the most proletarian. Nevertheless, it is the place to discover an extraordinary example of traditional African communication thanks to the hand painted advertisements displayed on all businesses and churches of its Afro-Caribbean community. The viewer is provided with a chronicle of everyday life via figurative imagery. (more…)

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