Aída Miró Art exhibition it’s on view until February 17th.
The gallery is open by appointment only, If you want to see it please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Roll Up Gallery (Public Works),
located in the Mission District,
at 161 Erie Street (between Duboce & 14th st.)
San Francisco, CA 94103.
Aída Miró’s series of paintings created at live art events in NYC pay tribute to musicians and artists. All of these have been painted with the energy of a NYC crowd during live music performances including DJs and dancers, with the audience observing the entire process and the challenge of foregoing the intimacy of being alone in the studio.
Using a combination of spray paint, acrylics, and oil paint, Aída Miró has created portraits of Michael Jackson, James Brown, David Bowie, Jimmy Hendrix, Erikah Badu, Whitney Houston, Stevie Wonder, Mos Def, Jay Z, as well as Basquiat, Picasso and Frida Kalho.
Aída Miró is a Ibiza born artist living and working in NYC. She started painting in the streets in early 90´s. Studies in University Politecnica of Valencia (Spain) BA Fine Arts, Postgraduate of Theater Design in Bristol (UK), PhD in Art Education in University Autonomy of Madrid.
Her work is strongly influenced by music and dance. Her art has been exhibited internationally in cities such as Paris, Mexico City, Oaxaca, Naples, Hamburg, Bristol, NYC, SF, Barcelona, Madrid and Ibiza.
She was the winner and champion of Art Battle NYC 15 years Anniversary in December 2016.
Curated by Betty Bigas.