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- Article at shoutoutmiami.com sharing a recent interview in the section Risk & Reward: can you have one without the other? It is about APONTESIERRA taking risk moving his artistic career forward. Meet EMILIO APONTESIERRAPARETTI | A.KA: APONTESIERRA. Multidisciplinary Artist and Guidance Counselor. – SHOUTOUT MIAMI
- Here is an interesting article by Alisha (#heyAlissahey, Chit Chat Connoisseur) published in the blog of Discover The Palm Beaches called ART CELEBRATING DIVERSITY IN THE PALM BEACHES. This is not interesting just because #COVIDA is featured in it, but because Alisha point out that “during these unprecedented times, it’s challenging to go to the places we normally would, yet if you’re looking for a place filled with culture, great food and art, The Palm Beaches are your one-stop shop” Here the link where you can read the whole article: https://www.thepalmbeaches.com/…/art-celebrating…
What a honor: “Queen” by APONTESIERRA in “A Little Of This. A Little Of That ” International Mixed Media Art Exhibition by ART4You Gallery curated by Jesno Rengi was selected to be the cover of the Exhibit’s promotional article by Arte & Lusso. There are 80 art pieces and Quen is representing all of them. Arte & Lusso is an independent publication about Art, Fashion, Luxury Lifestyle and Modern Culture. They focus on delivering latest news on distinctive personalities and important events in United Arab Emirates and Italy, bringing the most interesting stories to they readers
- LIVE – From 314 Clematis Street in West Palm Beach, a sneak peek at the public artwork APONTESIERRA called “COVIDIA”. It is a part of the City’s new public arts initiative called “The Commons: 15 Artists, 15 Spaces. COVIDA is a Mixed Media Public Art created using ApontesierraTechnique and sustainable materials such as poultry net, fiber glass, Plastic black privacy screen, aluminum foil, PVC pipes and many other weather resistant materials. The title of the piece adds the first letter of APONTESIERRA to Covid and Vida means life in Spanish. It is a sculpture portraying a woman, a mother, a sister, a neighbor who is mourning because she loss relatives by COVID-19. She brings awareness about COVID-19. She wears a colorful mask that represents protection but also hope for our future. She is holding a basket with face masks as well.
- Interview with Lena Salzbank from CBS Channel 12 at 11.
Emilio Apontesierra, Palm Beach Gardens, works on his piece “COVIDA” in downtown West Palm Beach on Friday, December 4, 2020. Apontesierra was selected for a city project named The Commons: 15 Artists, 15 Spaces.
THOMAS CORDY, THE PALM BEACH POST
- WPTV Channel 5. City of West Palm Beach helping local artists amid pandemic By: Sabirah Rayford Posted at 6:36 PM, Sep 28, 2020
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