Fellows’ Exhibition: Miguel Braceli
True Love’s Kiss:
A Queer Fairy Tale in Provincetown

Opening:  Friday, March 22, 2024 from 5 to 8 PM

On View: March 22 – April 1, 2024
Hudson D. Walker Gallery

Miguel Braceli True Love's Kiss, Participatory Performance, Provincetown, 2024. Photo by Sasha Wortzel.
True Love’s Kiss: A Queer Fairy Tale in Provincetown is inspired by the queer historical legacy of Provincetown. Along with Miguel Braceli’s own story, the project aims to explore the diversity of love and how it exists, encompassing memories, lessons, thoughts, and advice to collectively write and perform a fairy tale of progressive values.
For the last few months, Miguel Braceli has been collaborating with artists and different members of the Provincetown community. This exhibition showcases drawings, sculptures, and photographs in collaboration with Mark Adams, Mike Sullivan, and Sasha Wortzel. 
On March 23rd at 6:00 pm, Braceli will be stationed at the Provincetown Breakwater, where a procession led by “fairy godmother” Saltine will kiss the artist, marking the fifth chapter of the project Queer Fairy Tale in Provincetown. Everyone in town is welcome to attend! Please visit miguelbraceli.com/rsvp.

Please note: The gallery is available to visit from Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5 pm. Please visit the administrative offices to be shown to the gallery.

About the Artist

Miguel Braceli is an artist, architect, and educator. His practice is focused on participatory art projects in public space; working at the intersection of art, architecture, and social practices; and exploring geopolitical and local conflicts. Most of these projects have been large-scale works developed in Latin America, Europe, and the United States; exhibited in galleries and institutions through photography, sculpture and film. He has led educational projects with institutions such as Documenta Fifteen, The Bronx Museum of Arts, Matadero Madrid, among others. His most recent participations and recognitions include Skowhegan School of Painting (2022), Art Omi (2021), AIM Bronx Museum Fellow (2022), Fulbright Scholar (2020-2019), and Young Artist Award of the Principality of Asturias (2018). In 2021 He founded LA ESCUELA___ together with Siemens Stiftung International. In 2022 he received a commision by the Percent for Art program for a permanent public artwork in New York City, where he is currently living and working.


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