The Nader Museum Presents "Botero Immersed" Special Exhibit in Honor of Fernando Botero
The Nader Museum proudly announces Botero Immersed in honor of Fernando Botero. A visual and engaging passage into the work of acclaimed Colombian Master Fernando Botero with music composed by twenty-two times Grammy winner world producer Emilio Estefan.
Botero Immersed will be open to the public from December 2, 2021, through January 31, 2022, at the Nader Museum located in the Wynwood Arts District, Miami.
"There is a special fondness for Botero's work in South Florida, and we are thrilled to share once again the work of such an admired artist," said Gary Nader.
The exhibition, defined by Nader as "a remarkable cultural affair and multimedia experience" will feature Botero's iconic body of work from the 60's to the present day through interactive 360º digital projections, lights, music, and sounds. Guests will witness a selection of significant pieces representing his oeuvre over the last six decades, such as the circus personages, bullfighting, life in Latin America and its people, and adaptations of the work of art history masters. Botero's narratives go beyond the represented object; a single image is full of connotations, and it may take spectators to a vast and unique universe of experiences.
The Nader Museum, with over 1200 works of art from over 150+ important modern and contemporary masters, is compromised to elevate the importance of our culture by promoting excellence, a work performed by his founder Gary Nader for over 40 years.
Botero Immersed is also intended to promote the Nader Museum, a not-for-profit organization with 501(c)3 tax status. The museum is dedicated to showcasing a myriad of acclaimed art that fosters knowledge through a continuous process of appreciation and reinterpretation of modern and contemporary art from Latin American and its diaspora.
Through a permanent collection of paintings, drawings, sculptures, photography, installations, and other media, the museum's audience can experience and appreciate one of the world's most significant regions of today's contemporary art scene.
Hours and Admission
Tuesday - Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 6 pm.
All visitors must reserve timed admission tickets on sale at the exhibition’s
62 NE 27 St. Miami, FL 33137