Meme Ferre

March 21 - May 30, 2009






LOGO Projects in conjunction with Ocean Ophthalmology Group is proud to present “Visions,” a showcase of photographs by Meme Ferré.

The exhibition features 20 works by Ferré, providing a survey of the artist’s past 6 years of photographic investigation.  Ferré’s visual explorations have followed the circuitous route of her ancestry from Miami to Cuba and Venezula and back to Puerto Rico.  It is in the verdant Puerto Rican mountain range that she is able to capture the essence of tropical American percussion, her work transports the viewer to a realm filled with dreams, reflections and overlapping realities.

Meme Ferré is currently the Resident Artist at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Biscayne Nature Center, Key Biscayne, Fl.; 2006-present.  She has been an Art Educator with MDCPS since 1991, to date having taught over 10,000 children.  In 1975 she studied at RISD in Provincetown, Mass.; in 1978 received a BA from Pratt Institute, Brooklyn; in 1983 a MA from NYU, Venice, Italy and New York City.  She has exhibited in New York, Miami, Venice, San Juan, Ibiza, Washington D.C., Palm Beach, and London.  Her career has included performance art and installations, grand opening events for many organizations including the Miami International Film Festival and the Miami International Bookfair. She is represented by Diaspora Vibe Gallery in Miami,www.diasporavibe.net.  Ferré’s work is cataloged online at www.memeferre.com.




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