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Andy Warhol Exhibit to Open Along Beach in Miami

Bel Harbour exhibit

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A one-of-a-kind Andy Warhol Museum exhibit is debuting on the beach in Miami shedding light on the 1960’s AIDS crisis, this November – February. This exhibit is set to open in Bal Harbour Village, a one-mile long ultra-exclusive neighborhood in Miami that boasts an art program featuring some of Miami’s most ambitious exhibits including this November’s collaboration with the Andy Warhol Museum.

Bal Harbour’s one-of-a-kind beach path, which is lined with 56 photo panels displaying a rotation of exhibits by burgeoning artists, will showcase the works of artist Pacifico Silano under the direction of Andy Warhol Museum’s Chief Curator and Miami-native José Carlos Diaz.

Inspired by Warhol’s playful reappropriation of magazine images, Silano uses widely circulated adult magazine prints spanning from post-Stonewall riots through the mid-1980’s to address the void felt by the LGBTQ community following the AIDS crisis.

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