Calendar: Live Studio Visits: AdrienneRose Gionta with Jennifer Inacio

Event Description

Join us for Pérez Art Museum Miami's (PAMM) Live Studio Visits, a series that highlights local artists through virtual visits with PAMM curators. Get a first-hand look at the artists' work and practice through this intimate lens.

This month, new media artist AdrienneRose Gionta will join in conversation with PAMM Associate Curator Jennifer Inacio to discuss how her work analyzes identity and cultural assumptions about fatness, beauty standards, embodiment, and fulfillment on and offline. Gionta creates imagined digital worlds where her avatars can have it all, challenging the limiting social standards imposed on women, from beliefs about personal empowerment to acceptable norms within pop culture.

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About AdrienneRose Gionta
Born in Brooklyn, New York, AdrienneRose Gionta lives and works in South Florida. She earned an MFA in Time Based Media and Photography from Florida International University, Miami; a BFA in Sculpture from the Department of Visual Arts and Art History; and a BA in Psychology from Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. Recent solo exhibitions include MOIST, Jacqueline Falcone Bed & Breakfast, Miami; ARG/ rīziNG/, Red Cube, Miami; Never Before Seen, Meta Gallery at Locust Projects, Miami; and Everything's Coming Up AdrienneRoses, The Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum, Miami. In addition, her work has been featured in many group exhibitions at various institutions, including Immutation | Foreign Object; Oolite Arts, Miami; Miami International Airport, Miami; Imago Mundi Museum, Treviso; Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions; The Situation Room, Los Angeles; The Los Angeles Center for Digital Art; Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami; Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami; Spinello Projects, Miami; David Castillo Gallery, Miami; Locust Projects, Miami; Dimensions Variable, Miami; Mana Contemporary, Miami; Girls' Club, Fort Lauderdale; Art and Culture Center of Hollywood; and Cornell Museum of Art, Palm Beach, among others. Gionta's work has been reviewed in the Fat Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Body Weight and Society, ARTnews, Artsy.net, the Wall Street Journal, Vogue Brazil, and artdaily.org.​