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Newsweek / Daily Beast Article: Artist Miya Ando's Burnished Metals at Sundaram Tagore Gallery NYC

By Kara Cutruzzula Move over, Man of Steel. There’s a new superhero in the city. Miya Ando is disarmingly petite; wears all black, goggles, and steel-toed boots; and spends seven days a week sawing, sanding, lacquering, and dunking metals in acid. Her ancestors were swordsmiths. Her mission? To embrace the alchemy of metal. To manipulate steel and aluminum into forms beyond recognition. To create deceptively simple postminimalist art. It’s the weekend before her first solo exhibition opens at New York’s Sundaram Tagore Gallery on June 20—a major t... [more]
Posted by Miya Ando on 7/17/13

Miya Ando Comissioned to create 9/11 Memorial Sculpture from WTC Steel

From Fox News Monday December 20, 2011 WATCH LIVE! FOX 5 News at 5 and 6 9/11 girders sculpture (thisislondon.co.uk) Regular Photo Size Sculpture Made From 9/11 Ruins To Be Installed In London Park Updated: Monday, 20 Dec 2010, 8:20 AM ESTPublished : Monday, 20 Dec 2010, 8:20 AM EST By NewsCore Steel girders recovered from the World Trade Center wreckage will be used in a sculpture to be erected in a London park next year to mark the 10th anniversary of 9/11. A spokeswoman for the 9/11 London Project Foundation told... [more]
Posted by Miya Ando on 1/10/11

March, 2009 Miya Ando in the New York Times

March 5, 2009 New York Times: BENJAMIN GENOCCHIO writes: "Miya Ando's refined, subtle works of rolled steel, made of sheets of burnished and chemically treated metal, are also a must-see for anyone interested in post-minimalist contemporary art." article url:http://www.nytimes.com/2009/03/08/nyregion/new-jersey/08artsnj.html?ref=design Art ReviewWorks From New Talent Seeking a Boldface Name By BENJAMIN GENOCCHIOPublished: March 5, 2009 The alternative art scene in Newark can be a hit-or-miss proposition, but City Without Walls and Rupert Ravens Contemporary are two galleries that do a pr... [more]
Posted by Miya Ando on 3/14/09

March, 2009 Miya Ando in the New York Times

March 5, 2009 New York Times: BENJAMIN GENOCCHIO writes: "Miya Ando's refined, subtle works of rolled steel, made of sheets of burnished and chemically treated metal, are also a must-see for anyone interested in post-minimalist contemporary art." article url:http://www.nytimes.com/2009/03/08/nyregion/new-jersey/08artsnj.html?ref=design Art ReviewWorks From New Talent Seeking a Boldface Name By BENJAMIN GENOCCHIOPublished: March 5, 2009 The alternative art scene in Newark can be a hit-or-miss proposition, but City Without Walls and Rupert Ravens Contemporary are two galleries that do a pr... [more]
Posted by Miya Ando on 3/14/09

March, 2009 Miya Ando in the New York Times

March 5, 2009 New York Times: BENJAMIN GENOCCHIO writes: "Miya Ando's refined, subtle works of rolled steel, made of sheets of burnished and chemically treated metal, are also a must-see for anyone interested in post-minimalist contemporary art." article url:http://www.nytimes.com/2009/03/08/nyregion/new-jersey/08artsnj.html?ref=design Art ReviewWorks From New Talent Seeking a Boldface Name By BENJAMIN GENOCCHIOPublished: March 5, 2009 The alternative art scene in Newark can be a hit-or-miss proposition, but City Without Walls and Rupert Ravens Contemporary are two galleries that do a pr... [more]
Posted by Miya Ando on 3/14/09