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20131218094236-image Huffington Post Review - Art Basel 2013 -  
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Miles Regis at Art of Fusion Pop-Up Gallery December 2nd, 2013 - December 7th, 2013
Posted 12/18/13

Art Basel turns Miami Beach into a stage showcasing incredibly innovative and important contemporary art from around the globe. But under a 10,000-square-foot tent in the Wynwood District, art fuses with music, fashion, and philanthropy.Art of Fusion MIA will present Miles Regis and his "Messages For the People" exhibit. "Messages" consists of intricate pieces fusing image with text to provide profound social and cultural commentary. Modern day hieroglyphics color Regis's canvases delivering ast... [more]

20130918174732-anbadlo_-acrylic-and-oil-painting-on-canvas_-150-x-150-cm_-2013 The Revelation of Great: Jerome Soimaud  
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Jerome Soimaud at YEELEN GALLERY September 1st, 2013 - December 30th, 2013
Posted 9/18/13

The Revelation of Great: Jerome Soimaud The qualities of a great artist, I suppose, are always up for discussion in the art world. For intellectuals, a great work might be one that elevates the mind or translates an idea. For those who covet the superficial, the captivation of the eye does the trick. Maybe an artist or academician would analyze the work for technical skill: the balance of the composition, manipulation of materials and process, and its maker’s use of color and line, before... [more]

20121122005419-10__112112 Bill Viola is a Mad Genius  
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Bill Viola at Museum of Contemporary Art - North Miami (MOCA NOMI) December 5th, 2012 - March 3rd, 2013
Posted 3/12/13

Bill Viola’s “Liber Insularum” is, in a word, powerful.  It brings to mind the transcendental power of Ann Hamilton’s recent Park Avenue Armory show, “The Event of a Thread,” where billowy white curtains coupled with pulley supported swings worked in concert with the monotonous readings of philosophical and spiritual prose.  Here, instead of integrating the viewer into a strange world created through participatory installation, Viola uses digital media as a tool to directly communicate with and ev... [more]

20120903003745-artfallout_front_web Review from ARTERPILLAR Blog by colleen dougher  
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Sonia Baez-Hernandez, Jc Bravo, Natasha Duwin, Shady Eshgi, Patrick Flibotte, Nolan Haan, Paula Kolek, Kathleen Kranack, Carol Anne McFarlane, Ben Morey, Samantha Nye, Carrie Sieh, Jonathan Stein, Gabrielle Wood at 1310 Gallery (Ft Lauderdale, FL) October 6th, 2012 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Posted 9/30/12

I went to the Appropriated Gender opening on Saturday night. So many interesting works of art were spread across three floors, from Kandy Lopez's attitude-filled giant portraits to the thoughtful craft-inspired works of Martin Casuso, an adorable painting ("Kissable") of one of JC Bravo's big-headed cabezones and a latch-hook rug by Kathleen Kranack that will remind you, "It's Your Fault."  Artist Karla Caprali has three works in Appropriated Gender. I could go on about some of the works, which include sculpture, insta... [more]

Antonia Wright: On Our Miami Watchlist  
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2/15/12 Posted 2/15/12

(Image: Antonia Wright, Where All Your Dreams Come True, 2011; © Antonia Wright) Antonia Wright Antonia Wright investigates the universal human condition through a multifarious, process-oriented art practice combining photography, performance, poetry, video, installation and sculpture. A poet and photographer, Wright introduces social critique into a broad conceptual framework with imagination and conviction. Wright has been featured in New York Magazine’s article, “The New Talent Show... [more]

Mario Algaze: On Our Miami Watchlist  
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1/6/12 Posted 1/6/12

(Image: Mario Algaze, Techeros, 2008; © Mario Algaze) Mario Algaze (b. 1947, Havana, Cuba) Looking at Mario Algaze’s photographs on Latin America is like being transported to Gabriel García Márquez’s Cartagena or Julio Cortázar’s Buenos Aires. There is timelessness in his silver-gelatin or platinum, black and white images that can only be addressed with one word: classic. “What I look for is a message that will resonate ten, fifteen years from now, and will stay timeless,” says Algaze, ta... [more]

Watchlist: Pablo Soria  
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10/7/11 Posted 10/7/11

[Image: Pablo Soria, “Son muchos los caminos que nos quedan” (“Many paths lay before us”), Lambda print with cold luster laminated, mounted on dibond 3mm and hanging frame aluminum tube, 43.25 x 62 inches; © Pablo Soria]   Pablo Soria (b. 1964, San Miguel de Tucumán, Argentina)   Pablo Soria’s enigmatic images offer a window to his soul, allowing the viewer a moment of still meditation. The artist’s new Nocturnal series marks a turning point in his career. Parting with the mixed media technique... [more]

Debra Holt: On Our Miami Watchlist  
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4/27/11 Posted 4/27/11

(Image: Debra Holt, Skyscape 8016, C-Print, 2010; © Debra Holt) Debra Holt (b.West Palm Beach, Florida) Expansive in her experimentation, Debra Holt is highly methodical in her search for results. Willing to employ a wide variety of media, Holt habitually seeks expressivity in form, but form not so abstracted that it abandons its imagistic associations. Indeed, the images, and materials, on which the artist bases her works remain visually and sensually evident, permeating her compositions... [more]

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Cristina Botero at Art Center / South Florida March 4th, 2009 - March 4th, 2009
Posted 3/4/09

        Cristina  Botero (Bogotá- Colombia, 1977)Lives and works in New York, Miami y Bogotá since 1999. Graduates from New York University BS, Mayor Studio Art. Started in Paris in 1998. Internationally showing in London, Ibiza, Miami, New York & Colombia.  MAMBO Museum of Modern Art (2007), Chamber of Commerce Bogotá (2009) Solo Show: “MEMORIA MEGAWATZ”, Biblioteca Luis Angel Arango “Urbes Interiores” curated by Jose Roca (2003), Salon Nacional de Artistas “ Installation  BANG” (1998) Inaugur... [more]


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