“Shattered Glass” Makes its Miami Debut
Featuring a panel discussion between the curators, artists and industry veterans to celebrate the expanded exhibition.
Following a successful debut at Jeffrey Deitch Los Angeles in Spring 2021, “Shattered Glass,” which attracted nearly 1,000 daily visitors in its first weeks, made its way to Miami for an expanded version of the monumental exhibition. Held at the historic Moore Building in the Miami Design District, the art show, co-curated by Antoine “AJ” Girard and Melahn Frierson, featured self-reflective works via paintings, sculptures and photography from international artists of color spanning California to South Africa.
To inaugurate the exhibition’s Miami home, Girard and Frierson invited industry veterans Angelo Baque (Awake NY) and Tremaine Emory (No Vacancy Inn), as well as several artists whose work is currently displayed in the show, including Murjoni Merriweather, Fulton Leroy “Mr. Wash” Washington, Alfonso Gonzales Jr. and Thelonious, for a panel discussion on creating art, the systemic issues with collector culture and why representation matters in institutional spaces.
Visit the conversation below, featuring an introduction by gallerist Jeffrey Deitch.
FIG 01. The Moore Building
FIG 02. Thelonious, Vic Mensa
FIG 03. Melahn Frierson, Bryant Giles, Devin Reynolds, Kohshin Finley, Delfin Finley
FIG 04. Alfonso Gonzales Jr.
FIG 05. AJ Girard
FIG 06. AJ Girard, Murjoni Merriweather, Tremaine Emory, Angelo Baque, Alfonso Gonzales Jr., Melahn Frierson
FIG 07. Tremaine Emory
FIG 08. Jacob Rochester
FIG 09. Angelo Baque
FIG 10. Melahn Frierson
FIG 11. Melahn Frierson, Murjoni Merriweather, Tremaine Emory, Angelo Baque, Alfonso Gonzales Jr., AJ Girard
FIG 12. AJ Girard
FIG 13. Fulton Leroy “Mr. Wash” Washington
FIG 14. Andre Power, Mia Carucci, Guest
FIG 15. Murjoni Merriweather
FIG 16. Jesse Boykins III, Guests