The Nader Museum of Latin American Art (Name) in Miami will present this Monday “Botero Immersed”, a “multimedia experience” that brings together original pieces by Colombian artist Fernando Botero, along with interactive 360-degree projections and music specially composed by Emilio Estefan.
“There is a special affection for Botero’s work in South Florida, and we are delighted to once again share the work of such an admired artist,” gallery owner Gary Nader, owner of one of the collections of works, said in a statement. Botero’s largest in the world.
“Botero Immersed” presents “Botero’s iconic body of work”, from the 1960s to the present, through interactive 360-degree digital projections, lights, music, and sounds.
Botero’s iconic characters include those from the world of circus, bullfighting, life in Latin America and its people, and adaptations of the work of masters of art history, the museum details.
Various paintings such as “A Family” and “Carnival”, both from 2016, are on display.
Likewise, a video has been created about the work of the plastic artist with an original “soundtrack” by the famous Cuban-American producer Emilio Estefan, composed especially for “Botero Immersed” to create ambiance.
“Botero’s narratives go beyond the object depicted. A single image is full of connotations and can lead viewers into a vast and unique universe of experiences,” adds the museum, located in the downtown Wynwood Art District. of Miami.
“Botero Immersed” also aims to promote the Name Museum, a non-profit organization that fosters “knowledge through a continuous process of appreciation and reinterpretation of modern and contemporary art from Latin America and its diaspora,” the statement added.
The Nader Museum, with more than 1,200 works of art by more than 150 important modern and contemporary masters, is committed to “raising the importance of our culture by promoting excellence, work carried out by its founder, Gary Nader, for more than 40 years old “.