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Wayne Hodge

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Rush Arts in Miami   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Carlos Aires, Arlen Austin, Michael Paul Britto, Julia Brown, Tony Cokes, William Cordova, Zachary Fabri, Brendan Fernandes, Anthony Fuller, Jenny Ham, Wayne Hodge, Leif Lafferty-Gebauer, Jessica Lagunas, Simone Leigh, Jodie Lyn-Kee-Chow, Mads Lynnerup, Wendy Mason, Irvin Morazan, Anthea Moys, Emily Newman, Julie Orser, David Politzer, Regina Rocke, Corinna Schnitt, Lerato Shadi, Donna Stack, Traci Tullius, Hugh Walton, Ezra Wube, Ann Liv Young at Rush Arts in Miami December 6th, 2008 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Posted 12/1/08
LOCATION 14141 NE 2nd Avenue, Suite 102 (At NE 41st Street)Miami, FL 33137 FREEZE FRAME presents a collection of video still prints by thirty international artists working in narrative, non-narrative, experimental and documentary video. Independent from its original context, a video still may convey the fragmented representation of a grander narrative, exploration or event where subjects and objects are inert, awaiting the progression of temporality. FREEZE FRAME rejects this reductive impulse and e... [more]
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Transitions   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Jorge Abundis, Olga Adelantado, Remy Amezcua, Ina Diane Archer, Andrea Claire, Michael Delucia, Adriana Farmiga, Brendan Fernandes, Aunrico Gatson, Ben Godward, harshan hapuarachchi, Wayne Hodge, Tony Ingrisano, Jayson Keeling, Larry Krone, Julia Kunin, Molly Larkey, Simone Leigh, Brian Lund, Fernando Mastrangelo, Ted O’Sullivan, Rosemarie Padovano, Micki Pellerano, Jose Ruiz, Pepo Salazar, Joaquin Segura, Juana Valdes, Maia Valenzuela, Saya Woolfalk at Moti Hasson July 10th, 2008 - August 30th, 2008
Posted 8/17/08
Feeling more like an MFA show and less like a polished exhibition, Moti Hasson Gallery opened its doors to independent curator, Omar Lopez-Chahoud, who took the opportunity to fill the space with a number of artists whose works have little in common. However, Lopez-Chahoud's pluralistic approach is not necessarily a bad thing. Rather, it leads to some interesting discoveries, for Lopez-Chahoud is known for including names not yet wholly familiar to the art world. Take Ben Godward for example, a recent gr... [more]
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