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  • New Year New Form.

    2017 offers exhibitions that rethink philosophies of form and color rooted in Abstraction and Minimalism. In It Has a Golden Sun and an Elderly Grey Moon at PAMM, Ulla van Brandenburg combines traditional modes of theater production, primary colors, space and architecture to question how we relate to perceived social norms. A room installation and video move the audience through an immersive cave of visual experience. Twelve works by Belarusian-American artist Nikolai Kasak (1917–1994), on view at Sammer Gallery, expand on the artist’s exploration of “Physical Art,” a theory he formulated in 1947 to explore ideas of physicality, as it relates to form, color, space, and architecture. Rooted in Abstraction, Kasak also used geometry to explore relationships between the physical and the conceptual. Inspired by American Minimalism and the work of Auguste Rodin, Dominique Labauvie’s steel sculptures, paintings and drawings on view at Mindy Solomon Gallery use line as the primary guide to explore form, perception, and interaction, resulting in minimal yet organically descriptive forms. If you missed Edge Collection Presents…during Art Basel Miami week, good news—it has been extended through January. The exhibition showcases local and international artists and designers who worked with boutique manufacturers Edge Collections to create shimmering abstract wallpapers inspired by an original artwork also on view. The exhibition and the waterfront location provides a tantalizing start to a new year.

     

  • Labauvie & Conrads at Mindy Solomon Gallery @ Mindy Solomon Gallery | Miami | Florida | United States
    6:00 pm
    Recommended by art critic Claire Breukel’s Critic’s Choice this February 2017. Dominique Labauvie’s newest body of work, “Material Catch,” is a series of sculptures and drawings focused upon ruin as subject. And, Michael Conrads,  “Celebrating Opposites,”[...]
    Jan 26 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
    Fabric of Survival at Ka.Be @ Ka.Be | Miami | Florida | United States
    6:00 pm
    Art by Esther Nisenthal Krinitz, in the presence of her daughter Bernice Steinhardt, President of Art and Remembrance.Commemorating the Holocaust International Day. A presentation of the Amigos Latinoamericanos de Yd Vashem Miami. On view until[...]
    Jan 26 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
    Amanda Valdez at Dot Fiftyone @ Dot Fiftyone Gallery | Miami | Florida | United States
    7:00 pm
    Amanda Valdez: Hot Bed. It is the artist premier solo show in Miami. The exhibition will include new paintings made of fabric, paint and embroidery and works on paper.
    Jan 27 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
    Viernes Culturales
    7:00 pm
    Contemporary Women Artists from Aboriginal Australia at The Frost @ Frost Art Museum | Miami | Florida | United States
    4:00 pm
    Opening reception for Marking the Infinite, and gallery talk at 4:15 pm with Dennis Scholl and Henry Skerritt, Curator, Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection of the University of Virginia.
    A Stitch in Time at the Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU @ Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU | Miami Beach | Florida | United States
    3:00 pm
    One-Act Play: Three Performances: January 29, February 1 and February 5. Based on the Powerful Story that Inspired the Exhibition
“Stitching History from the Holocaust”. The true story of Paul and Hedwig “Hedy” Strnad who tragically[...]
    Feb 10 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
    Mankind Street Exhibition @ Street Art for Mankind | Miami | Florida | United States
    10:00 am
    Street Art for Mankind (SAM) is a non-profit organization on a mission to stop child slavery through art. Uniting world-famous street artists and Nobel Peace Prize Winner, Kailash Satyarthi, SAM will be going from continent[...]
    Elisabeth Condon at Emerson Dorsch New Space @ Emerson Dorsch  | Miami | Florida | United States
    6:00 pm
    Grand Opening Party at Emerson Dorsch on Friday, February 10, 6 – 9. Elisabeth Condon: Unnatural Life Opening. Elisabeth Condon is a painter, traveler, and Chinese scroll aficionado, whose work re-interprets Chinese principles of balance for[...]
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