CounterCulture Club Nights: Chinese New Year

  • Miami Ironside 7610 NE 4th Court Miami, FL

COUNTERCULTURE CLUB NIGHTS @ MIAMI IRONSIDE PRESENTS CHINESE NEW YEAR

February 16, 6- 9 PM // Free
Miami Ironside, Main Event Hall
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Welcoming the year of the Fire Monkey - CounterCulture Club Nights resumes at Miami Ironside with an evening celebrating Chinese New Year. Experience Asian contemporary art, design and music presentations from Art Lexing, Gauchet Fine Art, our newest concept retailer and design agency OKKIO, pop-ups by VIBE consignment and Imperio JP, and  Martha Solorzano, along with guest speakers from the Miami-Chinese community.

CounterCulture Club Nights is Ironside’s 1x monthly program celebrating themes of cultural, cross-cultural and geographic exchanges, arts, design, performance and cinema. The always fun and breezy night also includes craft cocktails, food and music, along with a chance to browse our shops, community exhibitors and galleries. Come on over and get to know the #Cool of the Upper Eastside. 

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PROGRAM

SALON PRESENTATIONS, 6:30 PM
Eleanor Hoh, Wok Star blogger and Asian Cuisine Chef and Cooking Instructor
Elliot Lee, Liaison Director of American Da Tang Group
Silvia Lu,  Expert and founder of Feng Shui Institute


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FOOD & DRINK
One of American's top 50 new restaurants, Blackbrick Chinese by celebrity Chef Richard Hales will be serving up some yummy Dim Sum platters and Craft Cocktails. 


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OKKIO
POP UP STORE & EXHIBITION
Bringing together visionary artists, designers, and artisans from around the world, Miami Ironside’s newest retail concept and design shop OKKIO curates a collection to celebrate the dynamism of the Year of the Fire Monkey. Discover a showcase of new talent of Taiwanese designers featured during the ‘Fresh Taiwan Formosa Forms ‘at Maison & Objet Paris, including: Woo Collective, Nak-Nak Design and 25 to Go. 

 


ART LEXING
EXHIBITION
展览 名称 | THE MODERN UTOPIA

An increasingly common goal for the world's most accomplished contemporary artists is a revisitation of old or antiquated techniques and traditions of their home country. When the artist capably treads the boundary between old and new (while firmly placing their work within the larger context of "novelty" or "originality"), it is when creativity may reach its full potential. This is true for Chinese artist Lu Chengxiang.

 

DEMOISELLE DE L’AIR II, Artist Mariko, 2011, Sandstone

GAUCHET FINE ART
EXHIBITION
MODERN FEMME: CONCEPTUAL WORKS BY MARIKO AND CLAUDIA MEYER

Gauche Fine Art presents works by two nationally acclaimed female artists Mariko and Claudia Meyer in MODERN FEMME, February 15-March 15. Asian-sculptures by Mariko idealizing the Japanese geisha female beauty will be shown as part of the Chinese New Year Celebration. Visit their gallery just next store to also preview works by Claudia Meyer


GEISHA 
Mariko
2011
Sandstone