Bubblegum, Lipstick and Hope, the latest art exhibition presented by Ralph Pucci International will showcase “200 pieces of female portraiture by artist Rebecca Moses” at Art Basel Miami in December.
Touted as “a celebration of women living in technicolor with ironic humor, grand style and a big tablespoon of hope,” the upcoming exhibition to feature at the illustrious Art Basel will illustrate artist Rebecca Moses’ signature style of blending art with fashion.
Her latest body of work engages with themes of hope, passion, determination, and the desire to stay true to one’s own voice even through life’s most challenging hardships.
“How do we hold on to our sanity, aspirations, and dreams when life challenges become unbearable?” explains Moses of her vision. “In a sense, when I lifted my pens and brushes, it was like Alice falling into the rabbit hole, a chance to dream. It was an escape to a world I wanted to envision. Sometimes you just need to pop a bubble and put on some red lipstick to restore your hope in life and belief in yourself.”
“Sometimes you just need to pop a bubble and put on some red lipstick to restore your hope in life and belief in yourself,” she said. The pieces on display will depict Moses’ interpretation of a world of fashion bursting with colour, patterns, stylish surroundings, and delicious comfort foods – all things that represent women and their strengths, their personalities, and their pride.
“Their style is their voice and a glimpse of their dignity. No matter how outrageous, they hold on through life’s extraordinary times by staying true to themselves,” she added.
Bubblegum, Lipstick and Hope, set to open December 2, 2021, will consist of 10 murals along with 17 larger-than-life murals in Pucci’s Wynwood free-standing gallery.
“Hope is what keeps us alive and the quality I see in so many women. Without it, we have nothing.”
To find out more about the exhibition, visit the Ralph Pucci International website here.
About Rebecca Moses (https://rebeccamoses.com)
Rebecca Moses is an internationally renowned designer, author, and artist who stylishly crosses a panorama of creative spheres. Storytelling has been the key to all her creative endeavours, from designing fashion and lifestyle to the written word and fine arts. A dual citizen of the United States and Italy, Moses’ grace, personal style, and vision of life infiltrates all of her projects that often celebrate individuality, diversity, and the female essence. This is Moses’ third solo exhibition. She is represented by Ralph Pucci International in the United States and Nilufar Gallery in Italy.