NADA Miami 2023
Booth C-106

December 5-9, 2023

NADA Miami
Booth C-106

5-9, 2023

Ato Ribeiro

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“I think that all of our origin stories are very international. We embody the expe-
riences of the traveled interactions that we possess and who we integrate with,
who we associate with, the places that we go.”

- As told to Amina Daugherty on

Burnaway is excited to present Ato Ribiero’s intricate sculptures, unpacking his intercontinental upbringing in Ghana and the US. His work mines and honors a variety of shared and neglected histories in order to visually speak to a contemporary sense of cultural hybridity. By employing familiar practices — of collecting, joining and refining natural and repurposed materials my wooden kente quilt works, mixed-media installations and prints provide educational opportunities to seek out new points of reference, while preserving layers of African cultural heritage and varying ethnic perspectives. In essence, he invites the viewer to find their place in our common story.


Ice Palace Studios
1400 N Miami Ave, Miami, FL
Booth C-106

December 5-9, 2023

VIP Preview (by Invitation):
Tuesday, December 5, 10am–4pm

VIP Hour (by Invitation):
Wednesday, December 6, 10–11am

Open to the Public:
Tuesday, December 5, 4–7pm
Wednesday, December 6, 11am–7pm
Thursday, December 7, 11am–7pm
Friday, December 8, 11am–7pm
Saturday, December 9, 11am–6pm

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Since 2008, through rigorous arts criticism and the cultivation of emerging arts writers and journalists, Burnaway has elevated the voices, stories and work of the region’s diverse arts communities, developing an exchange between the Southern arts ecosystem and the national and international arts audiences.

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