The wind doesn’t have a plan

barbara | novembre 17th, 2011 - 12:37

a Blue and Joy Exhibition

Curated by Gloria Porcella, Lamberto Petrecca and Stella Holmes

November 22 – December 16, 2011


600 Biscayne Blvd.

Miami, Florida 33132

Remember how to fold a piece of paper into an airplane? And then send it flying across your classmates’ heads to create a moment of fun and laughter? This season, step out and see what’s happening along Brickell Avenue!

Paper Planes, fashioned from sheets of aluminum, line the street, as part of “The Wind doesn’t have a plan,” an exhibition of art in public places designed especially for the people of Miami by artists Blue & Joy.

In addition to the Public Art display, the exhibition includes a display of art in Miami Dade College’s Freedom Tower, and a “mobile” display, FIAT 500 cars wrapped in the artists designs that will zip people back and forth from ArtBasel in Miami Beach, to MDC’s Freedom Tower and down to Brickell and back again.

Galleria Ca’d’Oro is behind the project working with Stella Holmes, Founder of Brickell Gallery Night, Miami Dade College, and the Arts & Entertainment Council of the City of Miami. Galleria Ca’ d’Oro opened in December 2010 in Miami with the debut in the US of the Cracking Art Group and their unforgettable Pink Snails. This year, Galleria Ca’ d’Oro makes Miami the first stop in the USfor European artistic group Blue & Joy.

Blue & Joy is the name of the group, and the name of two characters created by Italians Fabio La Fauci and Daniele Sigalot. They worked at Saatchi & Saatchi in Milan, London and Barcelona until 2008, when they started their own studio in Berlin called “La Pizzeria.” Their urban style, catchy narrative and sense of irony and has caught the eye of collectors as they take Europe by storm.

You can see the Paper Planes on Brickell Avenue at the Espirito Santo Plaza Building, 1395 Brickell Avenue Exhibition at MDC Freedom Tower opens November 22nd and runs to December 16th.



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