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Fryd honored by Dominican Consul of Miami

On November 22, 2013 the Dominican Consul of Miami honored Carol Fryd and added one of her collages to their permanent collection.

20 Shades of Grey

Carol Fryd took part in the group exhibition, "20 Shades of Grey" at the Zadok Gallery, May 11 through July 4 2013. The artists chosen to be in this exhibit are 70 or more years young, and have made their mark in Miami well before Art Basel, or art fair week or Design Miami, or the graffiti walls arrived. The 20 artists evolved not in accordance with fashion and opinion, but in an independent lineage. The artists in this exhibit , whether household names or not, are national treasures to Florida and continue to produce work in their studios as a life- affirming endeavor. "20 Shades of Grey" will continue the process of correcting the very limited national view that all great art is done in New York and by artists 21 years old or younger.

Zadok Gallery, May 11 through July 4 2013.
2534 North Miami Avenue
Miami, Florida 33127

Visual Dialogues

The Art Place Wynwood, presents Visual Dialogues, including paintings and collages by Miami based artist Carol Fryd.

The Art Place Wynwood, December 2012-January 2013
2722 NW 2nd Avenue
Miami, Florida 33127

Coming May 20, through November 2013, see Fryd's work at
The Jewish Museum of Florida
301 & 311 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida 33139

Miami Salsa II

The Art Place Wynwood, presents Miami Salsa II, paintings and collages by Miami based artist Carol Fryd. Opening reception is Wednesday Oct. 10 , 6-11 PM; Wynwood Art Walk, Saturday Oct. 13 , 6-11 PM.

Miami Salsa returns home from the Museo de las Casas Reales in Santo Domingo DR. Curated by the country’s TV top art critic, Abil Peralta Aguero it opened March 20, 2012 with a gala reception attended by the Israeli ambassador to the DR, Members of the Dominican Government and Dominican artists and collectors.

A native Floridian who moved to Miami Beach at age two, Fryd co-founded Miami’s first women’s art coop, The Continuum Gallery. There on fifty first street on Miami Beach ten fiercely serious women artists brought such top art luminaries as John Chamberlain, Betty Parsons, Professor Tom Banshoff of Brown University, Jack Flam , Matisse expert, Walter Darby Bannard , Peter Kahn, and the famous photographer Roman Vishniac to Miami Beach. Women’s issues remain a leit motife of Fryd’s work. Goddesses and self portraits dot her collages.

But, it is the bright colors and salsa rhythms that are front and center of this show. Diane Camber, Director of the Bass Museum from 1980 until 2007 referred to her work as a "transcendent feast" and Elisa Turner said "Fryd has pagan grace and power."

Danilo Gonzalez, Director of The Art Place Wynwood describes Fryd as "a pioneer of digital art, fearlessly creating a language of sublime cunstrictivism uniquely her own."

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"Miami Salsa" is now at the Galeria Del Museo de la Casas Reales in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

A special thank you to Abil Peralta Aguero for the outstanding job he did in curating the exposition , "Miami Salsa" in the Museo de Las Casas Reales in the Dominican Republic. I deeply appreciate all he did to make my show a success. I also wish to express my gratitude to Ana Yee de Cury the director of the Museo de Las Casas Reales for giving me the opportunity to show my work in that great museum and to Elizabeth Hazim de Vasquez for her many kindnesses. The exhibit would have never come to fruition without the organizational efforts of Jose Bujosa Mieses and Emna Mendez Bujosa and their son Dr. Alexander Bujosa. Thank you to my dear friend Ken Seames for your loving support and efforts on my behalf.

The Opening Gala was a huge sucess!

Maria Elena Ditren director of Museo del Arte Moderno Santo Domingo Emna Mendez Bujosa, Carol Fryd, lawyer for Museum Presenting collage "The Wall" to the permanent collection of the museum

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