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Author Archives: mlcgallery
Ali pioneers Miriam Cabello’s new series Beyond the White Rope. This painting depicts young Cassius Clay at the precipice of his astounding career and introduces a fresh limited palette of transparent oil pigments. After extensive experimentation of the indirect method (numerous transparent … Continue reading
Miriam’s art and artistic practice are emblematic of cross-cultural understanding and respect for human rights, for this reason she has been nominated for the 2014 Sydney Peace Art Prize. All of Miriam’s oil paintings emerge from these humanitarian themes and are … Continue reading
Last Days to view the First September 11: The Chilean Military Coup 1973 Don’t miss this politically charged exhibition that has touched people profoundly. The feedback received during the Artist Talk and interviews by journalist and radio hosts has been … Continue reading
Sydney Fringe Festival and artist Miriam Cabello expose the first Sept 11 September 11, 2013 is the 40th anniversary of the military coup that toppled the democratically elected Allende government in Chile. Australia’s Election Day, September 7, will mark the … Continue reading
Leveraging the dynamic energy of Brooklyn New York, Sydney Artist Miriam Cabello launched her captivating White Rope series of paintings at the Brooklyn (DUMBO) Arts Festival in September 2011. These works depict and perpetuate the oral histories of Aboriginal Australian … Continue reading
As Featured in the National Indigenous Times “I want people to listen deeply to the individuals I paint and have a conversation with the spirit in the paintings” It was in the hot, honest heat of Uluru that Miriam saw … Continue reading