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Arlo Wynwood’s Style & Grace Exhibition Finale



From now through May 15, Arlo Wynwood is inviting visitors for one last chance to experience Style & Grace, a public digital art exhibit featuring remarkable works by seven dynamic BIPOC artists.


On display since February 18, Style & Grace explores the resilience, strength and persistence endured in pursuing self-actualization. Artists Octavia Yearwood, Amani Lewis, Morel Doucet, Jade Lilly, Indigo Suave (Michael Osei-Wusu), Alexis Chivirter and Paperwater are on the leading edge of contemporary culture, defining the values communities hunger for and garnering respect from institutions because of their discerning taste and connection to humanity. They have an uncanny ability to connect and communicate, which can be felt in their art.



“The exhibition tells a story that represents the world from a global perspective,” says Jessica Santiago, founder of Art Republic and curator of Style & Grace. “It reminds people of the ability to make something out of nothing and how from our pain and trials, we create beauty, community, art, literature, jazz, gospel, hip-hop, style and grace.”


Arlo Wynwood will host a special closing ceremony on Saturday, May 13, which includes an artist meet-and-greet and a poolside rooftop after-party.


The event schedule is as follows:


7-9 p.m. Immersive exhibition, gallery viewing, and artist meet-and-greet

9-11 p.m. After-party at Wynwood’s hottest rooftop bar with sounds by DJ Vitto Von Don




By ML Staff. Images courtesy by Arlo Wynwood.

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