“Ser, Habitar e Imaginar” brings 14 names from Brazilian Contemporary Art to Miami

A collaboration between the Brazilian platform Carré Art and Aluna Curatorial Collective show presents a talented group of emerging Brazilian artists.

"To dwell means to leave traces,” states Walter Benjamin, to whom architecture was the oldest of the arts, reasoning that the need to seek refuge precedes all other forms of expression. This is further explored in Ser, Habitar e Imaginar– a collective show presenting a select group of emerging Brazilian artists.

What is the relationship with the traces that we leave or observe outside the cities, or in interiors that shape our being in the world? And, at the same time, what is the relationship between that world we inhabit and the act of imagining? Between being and imagining there is a transition from the real world to the potential world, exploring geographical places that mark us, while also immersing in intimate spaces where beyond the beautiful or terrible, we stare at the fantastically human potential to reinvent the self.

Aluna Curatorial Collective by Adriana Herrera and Willy Castellanos, with Flavia M. Pecego as Curatorial Assistant.


Ana Calzavara, Antonio Bokel, Daniel Taveira, Ivonete Leite, Karla Caprali, Liene Bosquê, Mano Penalva, Marcelo Macedo, Maritza Caneca, Mariza Formaggini, Mateu Velasco, Mauricio Mallet, Michelle Rosset, Thainan Castro.

Event Address:

Concrete Space | Art Industry Movement Project 3400 NW 78th Ave | Doral, FL 33122

VIP Opening: September 1s t , 2018 at 5:00pm
By Appointment
: Monday – Friday 10:00am to 5:00pm until October 15th, 2018.