BFA Student from Miami International University of Art & Design selected for Art Shopping Carrousel du Louvre
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design student, Jamalat Larach, was recently selected to exhibit her visual arts pieces as part of the Art Espaces gallery in the famed trade show, Art Shopping-Carrousel Du Louvre. The trade show, now in its 10th year, offers a selection of works both to see and purchase in contemporary art featuring over 450 artists and galleries.
Jamalat was selected after submitting four of her visual arts pieces and was one of only 15 up-and-coming artists featured as part of Art Espace Gallery. She was invited to attend the exhibit at the Louvre in Paris where she had the opportunity to see her work in one of the most amazing art cities in the world. The Art Espace Gallery’s mission is to create new opportunities for cultural exchange and communication between people and countries by making it easy to discover and collect fine art from renowned artists, galleries, and cultural institutions worldwide.
Jamalat Larach, a native of San Pedro Sula, Honduras, has always found inspiration and enthusiasm for the arts and was selected to participate as a youth agent for “Marca Pais Honduras,” a campaign dedicated to promoting travel and tourism through the arts for Honduras. This experience sparked an interest in international opportunities leading Jamalat to intern in Living in Space, a prominent interior design firm in London in fall of 2016. She then continued her pursuit in the interior design field where she became the Lead Designer for one of the most renowned Interior Design firms in Miami, providing her with the very unique experience to express her passion for design through some of the most luxurious homes in Miami.
Jamalat’s success in the interior design field provided a format for her to continue to explore her love of visual arts creating unique pieces of mixed media art as a form of self-expression. After much motivation from family and friends, she formed a collection of 8 limited edition art pieces, four of which were selected for the temporary exhibition at Art-Shopping Carrousel du Louvre at the world-famous Louvre Museum in Paris. A second collection is already in the planning stages as this young artist continues to evolve.
You can follow Jamalat on Instagram @jamalatlarachart
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