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Fededico Nessi's favorite David Bowie picture.
You Win, 2015
i think i love you: reflections, 2015
Federico Nessi likes treading the line between the mystical and the mundane, the supernatural and the everyday.
He thinks reality should be interrupted by magic whenever possible.
This of course doesn't always fit into the routine of the day-to-day.
In turn he obsesses over esoteric cultural reference and tries living life with meditated intentions.
Hugo Montoya (b. 1975, Gainesville, FL) makes sculptures, installations and photographs. He holds a BFA from Florida International University. He has had two solo shows at Guccivuitton in Miami and David Castillo Gallery, also in Miami. This is his first project at Emerson Dorsch. He has shown widely in Miami, including O.H.W.O.W. Gallery, Little River Yacht Club, the De La Cruz Collection and Swampspace. In 2008, he curated the notorious group show Boys of Bazel presents The Heman Woman Haters Club at Carol Jazzar Gallery. His work has been written up in the Miami Rail, the Miami New Times and Artlurker.com. Select collections include the Debra and Dennis Scholl Collection, Soho Beach House, Miami Beach, Four Seasons Hotel Group and Tanqueray Corporation, Miami, FL.
Sleeper is an interdisciplinary artists who's work draws lines between relationships; masked, layered, stitched and intangible. His work calls on the false realities created to cope with societal constraints. Dark themes are shifted and translated through multimedia experimental entertainment platforms. His collaborations with production companies and major festivals has enabled his artwork and performances to reach large audiences in multiple genres. Sleeper currently lives and works in Miami,Fl.