For this occasion and to coincide with Miami’s art high season, Huerta delicately chose about twenty works by four Venezuelan artists who embrace diverse and interesting trajectories in the field of abstraction through different visual strategies. Paul Amundaraín (Caracas, 1980), the youngest of the group, is currently working intervened photographs and collages with scattered mirrors, paintings that deal with the notion of modernity in Venezuela. Milton Becerra (Caracas, 1951) is well known for his studies on light, volumes, lines and the fusion of the Amazonian primitive culture’s inspiration along with geometric abstraction kinetic approximations, using tempered colored cords with stones over color planes and surfaces. The work of Ramon Chirinos (Churuguara, 1950) is mainly about the re-interpretation of the figurative into abstraction, using elements from nature and repetition to compose visually attractive paintings that emphasize the study of shades of gray with added bright color elements. Israel Guevara (Mariara, 1961) is recognized for his works and studies in geometry and color. His colorful paintings of lines displayed in different overlapping “hard edge” grids and rhythms become a graceful display and a profound study of color and its behavior. The works on view will provide the spectator with a unique opportunity to become acquainted with the most recent production of these well-recognized Venezuelan contemporary artists.