Never, Neverland

iPhoneography Exhibit

By Miami Art Scene

Jaime Ferreyros Irreversible

Downtown Hollywood’s art scene has been buzzing hard this year. Curious? Here’s your chance to scope it out. An iPhoneography exhibit, Never, Neverland by Miami-based artist, Jaime Ferreyros, opens tomorrow night at Gallery 2014.

“iPhoneography is the art of taking pictures and editing them on your iPhone, you’re basically carrying a camera and a darkroom in your hand.”

“All my pictures are taken and edited with an iPhone 3GS and sometimes I even make calls with it.”

Irreversible’s second annual juried exhibition will feature works by 25 emerging and established artists who were selected from the 200 who entered. A panel of jurors that included Gallery 2014 co-founders Elizabeth Sanjuan and Ken Brown, Brisky Gallery director Luis Valle, Miami Herald photojournalist Carl Juste and art critic Carlos Suarez De Jesus selected the artists whose works will be exhibited and featured in an eight-page spread in the forthcoming issue of Irreversible. The 2013 Irreversible Magazine International Competition Winners exhibition will open, along with a show by sculptor Alejandro Mendoza, at 6:30 p.m. Thursday and run through Dec. 3 at Gallery 2014, 2014 Harrison St., Hollywood. Regular gallery hours are 1-7 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, and noon to 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday.