Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Coral Contemporary Gallery Opens in Midtown Miami with Collective Exhibition

Founded by Isabel Tassara in 2018, with over a decade of professional experience in galleries and global art fairs based in Argentina and in the United States. The culmination of her academic and professional passion is named Coral Contemporary Gallery and is housed in Midtown Miami, Florida – today’s premier multicultural art scene.

The gallery provides the exhibition and sale of contemporary art and private consultative services aimed at the direction and inspiration of their clients. Collectors and art aficionados are cordially invited to the Grand Opening of Coral Contemporary Gallery on Thursday, October 24, 2019 from 6 – 11pm, located at 30 NW 34th Street in Midtown Miami.

Andres Paredes, ‘Espectral’, Hand-Cut Painted Paper, 27 x 19 Inches

Coral Contemporary Gallery opens with a Collective Exhibition featuring the works of local and Latin-American artists, the gallery welcomes you to explore the works of Lucas Pertile, Andres Paredes, Harumi Abe, Miguel D’Arienzo, Micaela Suide, Romina Salem, Francisca Oyhanarte, Lules Fiorenza, Magdalena Trucco and many more. The exhibit will walk you through most of their latest works which includes abstract and figurative painting, sculpture, collage, paper, acrylic and the use of light. From Argentinian inspiration reflected on Andres Paredes hand-cut works or Lucas Pertile’s and Miguel D’Arienzo’s narrated context to Japanese roots by Harumi Abe – the show will be a reflection of different cultures coexisting together.

Francisca Oyhanarte, ‘Kamikaze’, Mixed Media

Many of the artists are inspired by their origins, memories and relevant moments in their lives. Therefore, the exhibition will prompt you to get intimate and understand the world each artist proposes, discovering new art and a new art gallery in the local art scene. Coral Contemporary Gallery has a unique educational program aiming to nurture and to develop the relationship between art, the viewer, and the community. It will include exhibitions, artist talks, discussion panels and gallery lectures.

Harumi Abe, ‘Harumix3, Oil on Canvas, 54 x 36 Inches

By providing a space to immerse the public into various forms of art, the gallery serves as a place to contemplate, acquire and connect the art and the viewer, while expanding their boundaries.

Micaela Suide, ‘Untitled’, Paint with Water-based Inks over Linen, 35 x 55 Inches

Coral Contemporary Gallery is pleased to invite guests to the Grand Opening Day on Thursday, October 24th at 6pm. The Collective Exhibition will be on view through December 12, 2019. The event is FREE and Open to the Public, RSVP here.

Lucas Pertile, ‘Las Puertas’, Watercolors, Cinder, and Pastels on Paper, 59 x 39 Inches

For more information about the gallery, opening day or the gallery’s represented artists, please send an email to:

Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday, 11am – 5pm
Saturday, 11am – 3pm

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