Curated by Mikhaile Solomon
Alonzo Davis, Alexandria Smith, Amber Robles-Gordon, Cleveland Dean, Cosmo Whyte, Delphine Diallo, Felandus Thames, Jamea Richmond-Edwards, James A Rush, Jayson Keeling, LaToya Hobbs, Marvin Toure, Maya Amina, Morel Doucet, Musa Hixson, Nadia Huggins, Nyugen Smith, Olalekan Jeyifous, Sharon Norwood, Shaunté Gates, Shawn Theodore, Sheena Rose, T. Eliott Mansa, Terry Boddie, Vickie Pierre, Wesley Clark, Wole Lagunju.
Curated by William Cordova
Indivisible: Spirits in the Material World
Leslie Hewitt, Onyedika Chuke, Nyame Brown, Asoka Goto, Derrick Adams, Firelei Baez, Adriana Farmiga, Yanira Collado, Onajide Shabaka, Juana Valdes, Robert Pruitt, Stacy Lynn Waddell, Andrea Chung, Wayne Hodge, Rashawn Griffin, Carl Pope, Candida Alvares, Horton Humble.
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC:
November 30 – December 11, 2016
11 am – 7 pm
7 pm – 11 PM by invitation
PRIZM GENERAL ADMISSION
One-day Pass $15
Multi-Day Pass $50
Student Pass $5
PAMM Member Pass $5
11 AM – 7 PM
VENUE: 7230 NW Miami CT
PRIZM is an annual art fair presentation that takes place over the course of two weeks coinciding with Miami Art Week and producing cultural events that run throughout the year. Founded by Mikhaile Solomon in 2013, Prizm’s mission is to expand the spectrum of exhibiting international artists from Africa and the African Diaspora, and emerging markets that connect to the African Diaspora and reflect global trends in contemporary art.
Each year the fair rotates location and works with different curators to present salient works in solo presentations that highlight the diversity in contemporary visual art practices today.
In addition to engaging nationally and internationally, Prizm has a strong commitment to the local Miami cultural community. This goal can be seen in this year’s location in Little Haiti/ Little River bringing a wider audience to new and existing local art spaces. Through the fair and ongoing programming throughout the year, Prizm provides a space for cross cultural exchange, education and exhibition opportunities highlighting the work of African artists and artists of the African Diaspora who are often unrepresented by traditional galleries.
About Mikhaile Solomon
Mikhaile Solomon was born and raised in Miami, Florida and is of Caribbean heritage. Her parents are from the island of St. Kitts – Nevis. She is a graduate of Florida International University’s Graduate program in Architecture and completed her undergraduate degree in Theatre Arts at the University of South Florida. She is a Miami New Leaders Council Fellow alumna, served as the 2016 New Leader’s Council Co-Chair and is currently a Connect Florida Fellow.
In 2013, Mikhaile founded and currently serves as Director of Prizm Art Fair, a cutting-edge art fair that expands the spectrum of exhibiting international artists from the global African Diaspora and Emerging Markets during Art Basel Miami Beach. Prizm’s mission is to exhibit a diverse roster of artists whose works reflect global trends in contemporary art, through a series of cultural events which culminates in our annual curated fair. Prizm’s roster includes artists from the Caribbean, United States, and Africa.
About William Cordova
William Cordova is an interdisciplinary cultural practitioner born in Lima, Peru. Lives and works Lima/Miami/New York City. His work addresses the metaphysics of space and time and how objects change and perception changes when we move around in space. He received a BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago,1996 and an MFA from Yale University, 2004.
Cordova’s residencies include The Studio Museum in Harlem, Museum of Fine Arts in Houston’s CORE/MFAH program, American Academy in Berlin. Awards include Guna S.Mudheim Visual Arts Fellowship (2013), Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant (2011), Art Matters Grant (2009), Rema Hort Mann Foundation (2005), South Florida Cultural Consortium (2001).
Exhibitions include Venice Biennial (2003), Whitney Biennial (2008), Greater New York (2010), Havana Biennial (2015), Site Santa Biennial (2016) among many other international exhibitions.