The Magic of the Outsider Object at CCE Miami - Feb 13.

Centro Cultural Español (CCEMiami), 1400 Biscayne Boulevard, Suite 116, Miami FL 33132

NAEMI Presents a New Exhibition: The Magic of the Outsider Object at CCE Miami

CCEMiami and NAEMI would like to invite you to the opening exhibition The Magic of the Outsider Object on February 13th at 7 p.m., curated by Claudia Taboada. There will also be a drumming presentation; an experiential workshop demonstrating how impactful rhythm is to our well being by South Florida Wellness Network.

Join us for an exciting moment of movement, music and healing while enjoying the benefits of creative expression and the all-inclusive experience by Rhythmic Drummers.Naemi is dedicated to discovering, studying, promoting, exhibiting, and preserving the art of person recovering from mental illness throughout the world.

This exhibition compiles art pieces from the following outsider artists: Isaac Crespo, Misleydis Castillo, Mario Mesa, Federico García Cortizas, Candice J. Avery, Eric Holmes, Adriam Horta, Jorge Alberto Hernández Cadi (El Buzo), Patrick La Fon, Milton Schwartz, Ramón Losa, Julián Espinosa Rebollido (Wayacon), Roger Sadler, Damián Valdés Dilla, Guillermo Marcos Cazola (Rigo) and Héctor Gallo Portieles (Gallo).

The “art of the mentally ill” as defined for the purposes of Naemi, refers to the art produced by individuals, usually self-taught and without any formal artistic training, whose work arises from an intense, innate personal vision. Through public exhibitions Naemi seeks to educate the public about this art and to aid in overcoming and dispelling any negative bias associated with the circumstances of its production and to affirm the positive power and importance of the creativity of individuals recovering from mental illnesses.

For this occasion at CCEMiami we have selected The Outsider Object and the need to alter conventional language.The exhibition will be on view until April 13th, 2020.For further information please visit us at or contact us via phone to 305-448-9677 or at