Get to know art collector and artist Ling Ju, who recently moved to Miami from New York and started the 917 Fine Arts a Brickell art Gallery.
With a variety of frames, stylings and colors this unique space is ideal for an eclectic collection of visuals in Brickell.
Art will always be a staple to what defines Miami.
From Art Basel to Wynwood, to the vintage deco stylings of when the city was transitioning towards its new identity.
Miami Art Basel Explained...
Ling also touches upon the controversial pieces seen during Miami Art Basel stating that art is something to be appreciated individually and socially.
We come to the realization that some pieces can stimulate society more than others - and that's what makes art great!
Going to a gallery and appreciating an art piece as an individual is a completely different experience apart from going and viewing that same art socially.
If you are sharing a point of view, and you share it with other points of views, the point of view becomes dynamic.
All definitions, descriptions and translations are accounted for to re-define what is being seen.
That is why a banana duct-taped to a wall individually is shunned, but publicly appreciated for irony!
A New Brickell Art Gallery
Ling Ju is an experienced art collector who has hosted her own events, placed her work on display and connected to many other art enthusiasts internationally.
With her newly established gallery in Brickell, the locals can now sample visual satisfaction and connect with other artists emerging from Miami and beyond.
Ling Ju offers her art gallery for events to make light of her collection and the works of the artists in her inventory.
To reach out to Ling and find opportunities, visit her contact information on her website here: https://917finearts.com/
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