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20131218092550-image Huffington Post "Messages For The People" review  
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at FusionMia, Wynwood Arts District in Miami December 18th, 2013 - December 18th, 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]

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]

20130302123718-4 Watchlist Artist: Alexandra Rowley  
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Alexandra Rowley at DINA MITRANI GALLERY 3/2/13 Posted 3/2/13

Dina Mitrani Gallery is pleased to present 'Alexandra Rowley: Process', the artist's second solo exhibition at the gallery. The photographs in the exhibition are a myriad of images, figurative and abstract alike, illustrating the concept of transformation. The artist explores the experience of “process” through different media and materials including her body, her studio, her home, her year-old child and the planet. The work speaks of the endless cycles of creation, fruition, and destruction. T... [more]

Showcase Watchlist: Alex Trimino  
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11/2/12 Posted 11/2/12

(Image: Alex Trimino, Binocular Disparity, 2012, Mixed media [neon lights, glass, plexi-glass, knittings, crochet & found objects], 10 x 10 x 8 feet; © Alex Trimino) Alex Trimino (b. Colombia) Alex Trimino is a Miami-based visual artist who creates illuminated fiber-based sculptures and installations. Her work re-contextualizes the traditional use of colloquial crafts exploring social views on civilization, technology and gender.   In Alex Trimino's work old things, old ways and new... [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]

2012 William H. Johnson Prize (deadline: Sept. 28, 2012)  
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8/24/12 Posted 8/24/12

(Excerpt from 'The 2012 William H. Johnson Prize' posted on The William H. Johnson Foundation for the Arts. Found on http://www.whjohnsongrant.org/application.html) Applications for the 2012 William H. Johnson Prize are now available online with a September 28, 2012 due date for all applications The William H. Johnson Foundation for the Arts is a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization that seeks to encourage African American artists early in their careers by offering financial grants. The Johnson... [more]

Showcase Winner: Patricia Schnall Gutierrez  
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6/21/12 Posted 6/21/12

(Image: Patricia Schnall Gutierrez, Sacks, 2012, Stiffened burlap, Wood, Audio, 14 ft. x 5ft.; © Patricia Schnall Gutierrez)   Patricia Schnall Gutierrez (b. Buffalo, NY) Generation after generation, our roles and duties as women are deeply ingrained in us. Our identities and validations, often defined by others, leave us with inner conflicts. My work explores the feminine character, the stereotypical roles we assume as women, mothers, caretakers and professionals and the myriad consequences... [more]

Mark Handforth: On Our Miami Watchlist  
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12/22/11 Posted 12/22/11

(Image: Mark Handforth, Electric Tree; © MOCA NOMI) Mark Handforth (b. 1969, Hong Kong) Inspired by everyday urban existence, Mark Handforth's sculptures are poetic, lyrical, and wryly comical objects that comment on daily life and human interaction. Through a corporeal engagement with scale and distortion of form, Handforth imbues works such as an illuminated street lamp resting on the ground, a weeping neon moon, and a monumental coat hanger with distinctive personalities. Mark Handforth was... [more]

Marina Font: On Our Miami Watchlist  
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10/31/11 Posted 10/31/11

(Image: Marina Font, The Departure, Archival pigment print, 36 x 24 inches; © Marina Font) Marina Font (b. 1970, Argentina) In her new photographic series, Marina Font utilizes images and installations illustrating concepts of memory, tradition, and the experience of adopting a new homeland. The objects chosen for her work denote nostalgia and the poetry of conjoining the past and the present. Although the work is inspired by the artist's personal experiences, the issues of identity and how... [more]

Pablo Soria: On Our Miami Watchlist  
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5/21/11 Posted 5/21/11

(Image: Pablo Soria, “Lumbre y guia” (“Guiding Light”), 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 of photography and painting us... [more]

Meet Pepe Mar - an artist from Miami  
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1/7/11 Posted 1/7/11

(Image: Pepe Mar, Toro Cojo, 2007; © David Castillo Gallery) Pepe Mar's work emerges from the artist's intuitive obsessions including thrift store shopping, science fiction, high design and fashion. Mar's process is the archeological research of a textural decandece and whimsical masquerade. This process includes the playful investigation of the history of assemblage, painting and popular culture. Pepe Mar was born in Mexico and lives and works in Miami, Florida. He received his BFA from Cali... [more]

The Wolfsonian–Fiu Presents Isabella Rossellini’s ‘Seduce Me’ (1 Dec. - 5 Dec.)  
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11/26/10 Posted 11/26/10

(Excerpt from 'The Wolfsonian–Fiu Presents Isabella Rossellini’s ‘Seduce Me’ An Installation In Celebration of Art Basel | Miami Beach 2010'. Source ArtNexus email) A video installation project brought together by Isabella Rossellini, Andy Byers, and Rick Gilbert. The Wolfsonian–Florida International University presents Seduce Me, a collaboration with Isabella Rossellini, Andy Byers, and Rick Gilbert in celebration of Art Basel | Miami Beach 2010. Seduce Me is an installation projec... [more]

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Eric Ginsburg at Laundromart November 27th, 2010 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Posted 11/26/10

worth seeing! [more]

Spaced Out in Miami  
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11/5/09 Posted 11/5/09

The use of space is a key element in artistic composition. From the graffiti artist’s choice of location to the studio artist’s placement decisions within their canvas, from the sculptors three dimensional spatial concerns to the installations artist’s adaption of the gallery confines, the use of space dominates. The exhibition “Space as Medium” at the Miami Art Museum explores the dialogue between installation artists from the 1960’s through to the present day through the combination of historic... [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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