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Unveiling “Heart of Community” An Immersive Exhibition by Anabella Bergero at the Faena Art Project Room This captivating exhibition reveals artist Anabella Bergero’s colorful “Latinx Pop visual universe” through an array of artworks, including textile art, fashion design pieces, collages, and digitally printed murals. The exhibition transforms the Faena Art Project Room into a vibrant gathering space, celebrating creativity and fostering communal joy. Anabella Bergero’s artistry boldly challenges and deconstructs stereotypical notions of “Latinidad,” while using the experimental art space as a thriving community center. As part of the exhibition, Bergero is engaging with visitors through a series of interactive events. Visitors can partake in tie-dye workshops, participate in podcast recordings, and join an enlightening art panel, amongst other events, creating a vibrant hub of creativity and collaboration. Within the exhibition, colorful collaged images reconstruct narratives of Latin American life, and seamlessly interweave kitsch religious and pop culture iconography. A particularly striking feature in the exhibition is Bergero’s fashion design pieces, which transform the room into an atmospheric party-like scene. An innovative translucent window mural projects the art experience into the public sphere, extending an open invitation for collaboration with passersby. The exhibition is on view at the Faena Art Project Room located on 3420 Collins Ave, Miami Beach until October 14 ( Check out the Faena Art website and Instagram for updates on this fall’s exhibitions and programming. In an interview with Miami Living Magazine, Bergero provides insights into her artistic vision, inspirations, and the significance of “Heart of Community”.

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