'Art Enology' Transforms Wine Bottles into Stunning Works of Art<br />

'Art Enology' Transforms Wine Bottles into Stunning Works of Art

November 29, 2012


This December, Art in Flux Harlem and Souleo Enterprises, LLC, an event/media production company, will present Art Enology. The exhibition will feature the works of celebrated wine photographer, Charles O’Rear, the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s 40 under 40: Craft Futures artist, Joshua DeMonte and internationally acclaimed visual artist, Shantell Martin along with over twenty emerging, mid-career and established visual artists repurposing wine bottles into elaborate works of original art. These mixed medium works integrate wine bottles with predominantly found objects including buttons, MetroCards, vinyl records, metal and wood along with photography, new media, performance art and more.

Curated by Souleo—The Proletariat Curator—of Souleo Enterprises, LLC, the exhibit will be on view from December 5, 2012- January 23, 2013 at Art in Flux Harlem located at 1961 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd (7th Ave.) at 118th Street in Harlem. The opening reception is Wednesday Dec. 5, 6-9pm.

Joining EBONY.com as a media sponsor is Cuisine Noir Magazine and the wine sponsor is Simone International/Papi Wines. For more information click here.

In the meantime, quench your creative thirst by previewing some of the art in our slideshow.



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