MIAMI, FL – Emerson Dorsch is delighted to announce our participation in Casa Cor, an interior design fair in downtown Miami, located in the penthouse level of 700 Brickell Ave. The fair, curated by Lina Hargrett of Empty Apartment, will open to the public on December 2nd, 2-8pm, and the presentation will be on view through December 21st. See the website for hours: Casa Cor. The fair is open every day 2-8pm except December 9th and 16th, and there are a number of events.
Emerson Dorsch came to the project through the passionate efforts of Ground Control Miami, an initiative run by Ibett Yanez del Castillo. GCM collaborates closely with creators across a wide range of disciplines to build a network of meaningful support and dialogue between peer organizations and artists. As an organization, GCM functions as a social conduit in the development and realization of site-specific initiatives to bridge creative communities. Long committed to promoting work by emerging and mid career artists, many of whom are based in Miami. Emerson Dorsch is delighted to show artwork at Casa Cor, which allows us to show artworks in inspired interior spaces.
Ground Control’s vision for the role of art in Casa Cor is to let the art on view draw attention to the ways many of us engage with nature from the urban core, where exposure to wilderness and wide open natural spaces is limited. To this selection of art, Emerson Dorsch presents works by Karen Rifas, Elisabeth Condon, and Robert Chambers. Karen Rifas’s contribution will be a newly commissioned ceiling design, underwritten in part by Eco-Ceiling, one of the sponsors of Casa Cor, and custom chairs, fabricated by OPG Media. Ground Control’s presentation also includes 3 new paintings by Elisabeth Condon and an installation of aluminum clouds by Robert Chambers.
Emerson Dorsch artists will be in good company. Other artists with artworks on view will be Jude Broughan, Juan Gonzalez, and Anastasia Samoylova.