Florencio Gelabert, Forest Chart, 2014, Aluminum structure, milky Plexiglas, Styrofoam, led, 49 x 72.5 x 6 in.(detail)
Alejandra von Hartz
Through September 30
Fragmentations and Other Contemporary Parables
Alfredo Álvarez Plagaro, Martín Pelenur, Miguel Acosta, Ana Isabel Diez, Sonia Falcone, Florencio Gelabert, Mabel Poblet, Viviana Zargon.
Curated by Aluna Curatorial CollectiveAdriana Herrera, Willy Castellanos
CFragmentation and other parables, curated by Aluna Curatorial Collective is an approximation to the recurrence, meaning, and the logic of fragmentation in contemporary artistic practices: Is it true that it disrupts the threads of connection with history or could it suggest other types of relations to the past and the present? What are the contemporary parables that suggest fragmentation in art?...
Video Installments Curated by Crisveth Ortega and Jesus Petroccini
The Space Between brings together three abstract videos that reveal various states of consciousness, where unsettled inner conflicts arise from personal experiences and one’s own unique perception of those events.
Daniel Azoulay, Albuquerque, 2008 Albuquerque. Americana Series Part 2.All black and white Silver Gelatin Prints
Daniel Azoulay Gallery
Americana. 10,000 Miles to Nowhere. Daniel Azoulay
A Retrospective on Silver Gelatin prints
The American land, expansive and spectacular, has been a central force in shaping of American culture. It continues to inspire the creativity of Daniel de Azoulay in his now more than two decades creative pursuit of American landscape.
Orlaineta, Turned wood sculpture, 2016, acrylic paint and book(Georg Schmidt:Sophie Taeuber-Arp, Holbein-Verlag, Basel, 1948. Printer: Benteli Ag., Bern-Bümpliz. Designer: Max Bill), 16.5 x 30 x 21 cm.(detail)
Muscheln und Schirme / Seashells and Umbrellas. Jean Arp; Sophie Taeuber-Arp; Jan Tschichold. Meudonval-Fleury: (Selbstverl.), 1939
History is the central element in Edgar Orlaineta’s works. It goes back and forth through different media that operates as historicized, hybridized and then syncretized forms, expressing an obsession with modern art and design
Daniel G. Tomas, Chess Head 01, 2015, acrylic on canvas, 23 x 23 in. (detail)
Wynwood 28 Art Gallery
August 25 – October 3
Daniel G. Tomas.
Memphis Series Daniel G. Tomas was born in Buenos Aires (Argentina). He began his artistic formation studying art and film at the Polytechnic of Central London and continued at the Bournemouth College of Art in England.
Featuring Ana Abreu, D’Goz, Daniel Ambrosi, David Sanchez Vagnoni, Fabian Solymar, Gilberto Salazar, Janeth Berretini, Jason Wilson, Karina Matheus, Leonardo Moleiro, Lorien Suarez, Marlon Munoz, Martin Morales, Mary Ellen Scherl, Nadia Benatar, Rafael Parra Toro, Richard Valdes, Rosario Bond, Saul Galavis, Wuilfredo Brazon, Wuilfredo Soto, Fernando Castrillo, Luis j. Silva, Morela Avilan, Mariana Soto, Sara Roitman, and Mariana Ruiz- Araujo.
Dr. Milagros Bello is a Miami based curator for Contemporary Art with a wide art experience and knowledge of international and local artists, as well as of Latin American Art.
Sammer Gallery LLC opened its doors in March 2002 on Ponce de Leon Blvd. in Miami, Florida. After 12 years, the gallery has become a reference for Latin American geometric-abstraction, both past and current. They have placed works in several museums and private Institutions.
Born in Havana, Cuba, Lidzie Alvisa is known as one of the most proficient artists of contemporary Cuban conceptual photography. Since her years of training at the Superior Institute of Arts, self- reinvention and experimentation have hastened Lidzie Alvisa’s development.