Italian artist Jacopo Ceccarelli, better known as 2501, has been spending some time in Miami giving form to a completely new body of work for Nomadic Experiment “Tons of Tools”, his latest exhibition at Product/81 Gallery in Wynwood
Nomadic Experiment “Tons of Tools” is part of Los Fordistas art residency program that, as mentioned earlier, provide artists with living quarters, materials and the opportunity to feature their work in solo Art Walk exhibitions.
The freedom of the Fordistas program allows 2501 to experiment with different tools and brush configurations that he has never used before. 2501’s previous makings include paper, canvas and walls embracing a progression in proportions, intricacy and appealing detail. Each of his installations offers his audience an organic distinction from related artists. He has the creative capacity to work with a multitude of media while staying true to the use of lines.
In addition to this a series of limited edition, signed prints will be made available for purchase, the complete proceeds of which will benefit a South Florida Ford supported charity of the artist’s choice.
Nomadic Experiment “Tons of Tools” will be opening this Saturday, October 11th 7 p.m. at theProduct/81 Gallery located on 2311 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami, FL 33127.
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