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Reclaimed Miami

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Foundation, 2010
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Bernie, 2013
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The Satellite Ballerina Marionette by Pablo Cano in this exhibition was originally commissioned by the Museum of Contemporary Art in North Miami. Radio antennas,broom handles, chrome lamp, boat horn, cigarette silver foil, glue Image courtesy of Jose Rod, 2011
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Spill , 2013
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Card Sound Road, FL, 2013
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Daily Bread"-"El Pan de Cada Día, 2008
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Detail from Do Not Cast Pearls in a Swine, 2013
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Detail from Boards, 2012
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Unititled, 2012
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Antiform no. 1, 2007
Reclaimed Miami
Curated by: Bernice Steinbaum

2534 North Miami Avenue
Miami, FL 33127
May 11th, 2013 - July 4th, 2013
Opening: May 11th, 2013 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.ZadokGallery.com
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
wynwood district
EMAIL:  
info@zadokgallery.com
PHONE:  
305.438.3737
OPEN HOURS:  
Monday-Friday 9:30am-6:00pm/Saturday 11am to 6pm
TAGS:  
photography, mixed-media, installation, video-art, conceptual, landscape, surrealism, abstract, figurative, sculpture

DESCRIPTION

Recycling has taken the forefront in our collective consciousness, from hybrid auto technology, to alternative power sources, to simply using the right bin for discarding our water bottles. At Zadok Gallery, that trend line continues in the work of 10 Miami-based multidisciplinary artists who have adapted their methodology to utilize a variety of nontraditional materials. Reclaimed Miami, on view at Zadok Gallery from May 11th to July 4th, is about imaginatively re-purposing objects all around us that might not strike the average viewer as fodder for fine art. Wielding innovative artistic techniques and strategies that include knitting, embroidery, silk screening, welding, crocheting, gluing, folding, appropriating, and stuffing, the group transforms litter into objects of literal beauty that offer an engaging visual reconciliation of material excess and environmental concern.