A five-course artist dinner and wine pairing will take place on October 15th, 2022. Dinner from 7-9PM follows the cocktail hour from 6-7PM. Tickets: $425 each or $675 for two plus tax. Only 25 tickets will be available.
Remote has created a series of 25 original paintings on 12” x 12” wood panels for this event. Each purchaser will draw a number indicating the order in which they will select one of the artist’s work to take home. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to get to know Remote on a personal level!
*Tickets sold in pairs will only receive 1 original painting.
Jay REMOTE Bellicchi a Boston transplant, has taken his place in the Miami art scene as a dynamic artist influenced by his history in graffiti and graphic design. His father was a successful artist and graphic designer who inspired him at a young age. In the 1980s Jay was further influenced by hip-hop music and the elements surrounding it. It was within the hip-hop culture that he discovered the element of graffiti art and was given the nickname by which he is still known today, REMOTE.
Jay enjoys balancing chaotic, abstract reflections of urban decay with contrasting, crisp lines, shapes and or patterns. On canvas, his process is mostly unplanned and spontaneous, intuitively influenced by mood. He uses various media, including latex, acrylic and aerosol paints, markers and sandpaper. When working in the studio, Jay’s preferred surface is wood panel, which he can fully manipulate to achieve his desired effects. Incorporating words and letter elements in his design is the final, carefully planned and executed stage of his work. Jay’s latest series of studio work, entitled #SPRAYSKULL incorporates re-purposed and recycled graffiti elements and art making materials such as empty spray cans and used tips, with which he creates sculptures and geometric mosaics among other things.
Jay’s art had been featured in numerous South Florida publications, as well as national and international art books.
James Bellicchi is a NYC based chef who loves to serve thoughtfully prepared honest food to the local community. He was raised in Boston, MA and spent his formative years in the Harvard Square area. He moved to New York City in 1997 after earning an associates degree in Culinary Arts from the New England Culinary Institute in Montpelier, VT.
Throughout his career he has worked in some of New York’s finest restaurants such as Gramercy Tavern, AZ restaurant, and the 21 Club. He recently left his position as executive chef for a large investment bank. Running a large operation dictates that he will mostly direct and rarely get the opportunity to cook. Though he is able to handle the stresses of the job, he looks forward to being able to create and execute great food with his own two hands.
He enjoys cooking for family and friends, preparing everything from simple outdoor barbecues to multi-course sit down dinners. He is proficient in the cuisines of Italy, Japan, and France but feels comfortable working with unfamiliar recipes and foods. He prefers to cook with local/seasonal products, letting the ingredients speak for themselves. He also sees the value in preparing dishes following a recipe as he always finds he learns something new in the process. His mother was a well-known macrobiotic chef in the mid 60s-80s. She studied under Michio Kushi (the father of the macrobiotic food movement in the US) and Hiroshi Hayashi (Master Japanese Chef) with whom James worked with 10 years later at the age of 15. Working with Chef Hayashi, he was exposed to the simple, clean style of Japanese cuisine, as well properknife skills, both of which have served him very well throughout his career. He is passionate about serving great food and helping the community around him!
Wyn 317 Gallery is designed to spotlight Miami’s unique urban landscape by providing a local’s touch. It’s an authentic space where fresh, up-and-coming, mid-career, and established native and international artists intersect with local legends. Highlighting aesthetics ranging from the area's graffiti culture to a wide array of vibrant pop art influences, this exhibition and event venue takes pride in delivering art cultivated in Miami neighborhoods. Wyn 317 provides a perspective that keeps you connected to the community.
Yukon gold potato knish, served with gold kaluga caviar, whipped creme fraiche, & soft herbs.
King Crab and Avocado Cannelloni
Served with miso mayo, grapefruit, & radish salad.
Spring Pea Agnolotti
Black truffle fondue, peas, & parmesan tuile.
Duo of Beef
Short ribs braised in red wine, sous-vide prime sirloin, buttered corn, bacon lardons, roasted pearl onions, corn purée, & pickled shallots.
Coconut ice cream, passion fruit sorbet, & cilantro syrup.
*Menu subject to change according to product availability.