Miami, Fl.- In a unique live performance experience, visual artist Nina Dotti is to start a “presidential campaign” as Miss Wynwood, a beauty queen character who decides to run for president of the USA.
This storytelling experience is presented by Arts Connection and The Chill Concept Museum, and it is going to happen in Wynwood and South Miami, during Art Basel week.
“Miss Wynwood” will begin her presidential campaign with a motorcade open to the public this Wednesday December 2nd, 2015. She is going to start at her campaign office in Wynwood, located at 3212 NE 2nd Avenue, Miami. Her route will include the Convention Center in South Beach, Collins Avenue, port of Miami, and the Biscayne Boulevard.
Nina Dotti started her “Miss Wynwood” performance during Art Basel 2014, when she represented a Venezuelan-American beauty pageant queen who becomes Wynwood Mayor mandated to polish the profile of Miami’s trendy art district.
Nina Dotti (B.1968) is a Venezuelan artist who lives and works in Miami, Florida. She has a Bachelor’s in Museum Studies and Art History from Jose Maria Vargas University in Caracas. Dotti also specialized in photography at Roberto Mata School and went to the Art Student League of NY for sculpture and drawing. Galerie 13 Jeanette Mariani in Paris has represented her since 2006. Exhibitions include Paris, New York, Miami, Buenos Aires, Caracas, Berlin, Basel, and Shanghai, among others.
Her main focus is performance, installation, video and photography. Dotti’s inspiration derives from social clichés attached to women and female behavior in general. Defined as a new media contemporary artist and a “pluralized woman” by French critic Frederic Charles Baitinger, Nina attempts to evoke through her work, women’s role in the XXI century.
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