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May exhibit at Centro Cultural Espanol in Miami

CCEMiami presents the video and photography exhibition Corrientes: Movement With Purpose, inspired by the moving work of Flamenco Dancer, Jesús Carmona. Its grand opening was this past April 26th at 7 p.m.

Lulo Rivero / Video Artist
Luis Olazábal / Photographer
Osmany Torres / Photographer
Ricardo Cornejo / Photographer 
Featuring Jesús Carmona / Flamenco Dancer

The exhibition will be on view until May 17th which will close with a special performance by Jesús Carmona and with a live fragment of his show Impetu’s. Corrientes: Movement with Purpose is presented as part of the 4th edition of FlamenGO, the exhibition is a tribute to Flamenco, its culture and all its disciplines.

The view includes the Art video “Impetu’s: Flamenco’s driving force”, 9 large format photographs (60 x 40 inches) and 15 medium format photographs (36 x 24 inches).

The exhibition stems from the 5-minute film by audiovisual artist, Lulo Rivero, called Impetu’s: Flamenco’s Driving Force, where the dancer is presented as the film’s protagonist. Lulo Rivero’s short film was selected and awarded at film festivals in cities such as Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Utah and in countries such as The Netherlands, Bulgaria and Colombia.

In addition to printed still frames and short clips, the exhibition includes 25 photographic works taken during the video shoot process and captured through the lens of a synergistic team of talented artists; Photographers, Luis Olazábal, Osmany Torres and Ricardo Cornejo. They were inspired to enrich the outlook of Carmona’s artistic show, Impetu’s, which is now touring the United States.

The Cultural Center of Spain in Miami (CCEMiami) has been
named a winner of the Knight Arts Challenge Grant 2017, an initiative of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation for its program Macro Directors for Microtheater Miami.