Lemon Sky: Projects + Editions

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Lemon Sky: Projects + Editions
5700 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, 33140
Venue Type: Gallery

305 790 1797
305 993 4771

lemon sky was first established in Los Angeles in 1997, by Jane Hart. For the first four years, over twenty exhibitions were held in her Hollywood Hills space. During that time, work by various artists were exhibited at lemon sky: a project space, including Fabian Marcaccio, Peter Doig, Charles LaBelle, Tim Hailand, Alyson Shotz, Colin Cook, Carlos Mollura, Dwayne Moser, Robert Overby, David Shafer James Welling and numerous others. Simultaneously (for five years) Hart was a founding director and curator for ground breaking fine arts publisher Muse [X] Editions.

In 2001, Hart opened lemon sky: projects + editions, a commercial gallery space and editions publisher, located on Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles. Solo exhibits were presented by Cindy Bernard, Jessica Bronson, Steven Criqui, ChanSchatz, Dara Friedman, Violet Hopkins, T. Kelly Mason, Dwayne Moser, Kim Schoenstadt, Alyson Shotz and Bruce Yonemoto among others. Various artists primarily from New York and Los Angeles were both published and exhibited.

In 2003 Hart relocated to Miami, to establish lemon sky: projects + editions there, closing the Los Angeles gallery location. Since that time she has organized a program of exhibitions in varying locations, featuring unique works and editions by both established, blue chip, as well as emerging artists.

Jane Hart has over twenty years of professional experience and expertise; active within the contemporary art field in New York, Los Angeles, London and Miami. She has worked with many major artists on exhibitions, special projects, publications and editions, including Doug Aitken, John Baldessari, Wallace Berman (Estate), Uta Barth, Jennifer Bolande, Gregory Crewdson, Peter Halley, Alex Katz, Mike Kelley, Ed and Nancy Kienholz, Charles Long, Christian Marclay, Fabian Marcaccio, Catherine Opie, Diana Thater and Andrea Zittel among many others.

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