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Artist Diego Bianchi discusses WasteAfterWaste, his new installation at Pérez Art Museum Miami.
Primary Projects invited Pérez Art Museum Miami’s Core Creative members to the downtown gallery space for an evening of art and performance. On view was the “ International Friendship Exhibition,” a group show of 19 artists—including Autumn Casey, Jim Drain, Gavin Perry, Asif Farooq, Magnus Sodamin, Cole Sternberg, Cody Hudson and Michael Vasquez—titled in reference to Kim Jong-il’s gift pavilion of the same name.
On Tuesday, February 17, 2015, Pérez Art Museum Miami celebrated the museum’s partnership with Miami Design District at an exclusive cocktail reception at the newly-opened Palm Court.
On the evening of Thursday, February 19, 2015, museum goers enjoyed a variety of events and programming at Pérez Art Museum Miami. Kicking off the night was the opening of WasteAfterWaste (2015), a newly commissioned installation by artist Diego Bianchi.
Show us your tattoos on Instagram and win tickets to see Diego Bianchi's WasteAfterWaste (2015), an installation that uses tattoos as a method to consider waste and “disposable” products in relation to material commitments that last a lifetime.