Mali Parkerson, President
After managing sculptor Rafael Barrios on an international level for close to 6 years, Mali decided to open her own space in 2012 and has since been devoted to promoting the local art scene. Her newest venture, The Hue brings together artists, brands, people, galleries and fairs together with experiences that are in tune with the way we live today.
Mindy Solomon, Membership & Marketing
Mindy has dedicated her life to the enjoyment of the visual arts as a practicing artist, educator, advocate, collector, and gallery owner. With the opening of the Mindy Solomon Gallery in 2009 in St. Petersburg, Solomon established her reputation as a contemporary art dealer. She continues her commitment to contemporary art with her new location in the Wynwood Arts District of Miami.
Dina Mitrani, Membership & Marketing
After 20 years of experience in the international art world based in New York and Miami, Dina Mitrani opened her gallery in November of 2008 focusing exclusively on photography. Her knowledge of photography expanded while working as a curator of Contemporary Latin American Photography at Throckmorton Fine Art. In 1998, she assisted in producing and curating an exhibition of photographs from the Martin Z. Margulies collection at the Art Museum at FIU.
Sebastiano Varoli, Membership & Marketing
As Founder and director of Art|Bastion Gallery Sebastiano has built a strong presence and rich network in art communities and markets around the world, with a particular emphasis on the United States, Europe and Latin America. Originally founding Art Bastion Gallery in Paris in 2012, Sebastiano then moved the gallery to Miami where he endeavors to bridge the European and local art scenes.
Ramon Delgado, Treasurer
After a long career as a finance executive in Venezuela, USA, Mexico, Argentina, Germany and Singapore I decided to pursue my passion and opened my first art gallery in the Wynwood Arts District of Miami in 2014. Ranivilu strives to offer lovers of geometric abstraction and kinetic art alternatives. We also believe that an intrinsic part of appreciating art is sharing. We offer an open space that invites people to walk in, browse, ask and inquire about art, thus moving away from the closed, bourgeois concept present in many art galleries today.