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There's a Map for That

by Eduardo Alexander Rabel
As objects and as subjects, maps hold a special appeal for contemporary visual artists, in that they portray data in a distilled graphic form, using color, line, and symbols to communicate information that helps us find our place in the world. A smart, thought-provoking little show at ArtCenter/South Florida offers viewers a glimpse into how seven artists approach the broad subject of mapping—from the spatial to the temporal, and from the external to the internal. Curated by Lauren Wagner, Director of Exhibitions at the Bakehouse Art Complex, the exhibition showcases five Miami-based artists... [more]
Posted by Eduardo Alexander Rabel on 3/12/12
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MAM Team on view

The often under-recognized way that Miami Art Museum supports the arts will take the spotlight when MAM Staff Art Exhibition opens at ArtCenter/South Florida. Featuring the work of Miami Art Museum employees ranging from experienced artists to those recently inspired by the museum setting, the show will be on view through September 5, 2010. MAM Staff Art Exhibition is organized by Miami Art Museum with the support of ArtCenter/South Florida, and is curated by Jay Ore, an artist and member of Miami Art Museum's installation team. [more]
Posted by ArtSlant Team on 8/31/10
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Revival Man

by ArtSlant Team
From the Press Release: As Lincoln Road turns 50 years, ArtCenter/South Florida, pillar of the illustrious pedestrian walkway, presents A Quest for Emotion and Motion in Architecture - a retrospective of architect Morris Lapidus’ historic photographs, works and designs.  Known as the man behind Miami Beach’s dramatic revival in the Golden years, in addition to turning the once two-way traffic street into Lincoln Road as it is today, his signature projects include Fontainebleau, Eden Roc and the Dilido hotel (now Ritz-Carlton South Beach). When an economic turn in the lat... [more]
Posted by ArtSlant Team on 6/6/10
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X-Ray Eyes

by ArtSlant Team
    This show currently up at ArtCenter/South Florida examines the voyeuristic side of science and art... More from the Press Release: Much like examining an x-ray, Burke has created a showcase whereby organic matter is observed through glass encasements or is fossilized in lead. In his obsessive desire to stop time, the artist found himself experimenting with the relationship between biological specimens and aquatic life, natural fossils and religious icons. The transitory nature of the work's materials have sent Burke hunting for fish, rose petals, orchid blossoms, small animals and many other fo... [more]
Posted by ArtSlant Team on 1/17/10
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Grounded Fantasies

by Elizabeth Tracy
In The Flying Carpet, the husband and wife team of Pip and Duane Brant combine their talents and interests – she is a musician and fabric artist and he a sculptor and potter.  At the Art Center, their collaboration has produced a sophisticated exhibition of four interactive, kinetic sculptures that critique socio-political issues like the Iraq War, foreign oil dependency, and women’s labor rights. The show’s anchor is The Flying Carpet, a multi-layered work both physically and symbolically.  Shredded and worn, the carpet is embroidered with the geographic outline of Iraq, two Black Hawk helic... [more]
Posted by Elizabeth Tracy on 9/14/09
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cristina botero

        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) Inaugurated Galeria Evolucion Colombia, representing young talent & showing Peter Beard y Elliot Erwitt. M... [more]
Posted by Mathias Poledna on 3/4/09