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Carlos Estevez’ Observatorios Observables opens at Artscape Lab this Saturday 16, 7 – 10 (Little River, 7255 NE Ste.113). The most recent body of work of Carlos Estévez (Havana,1969), comprised of nine large paintings that depart from the idea of surveillance, navigational instruments, and vision from a metaphysical point of view.
Opening Reception on Saturday, February 16, 7 – 10 pm at Dot Fiftyone Gallery in Little River. The work of Armando Romero employs various visual elements to create universes that juxtapose images inspired by the classic master painters with pop culture and graffiti while, the paintings of Carlos Jorge show the poetic solidity of the walls, in which the stone is the protagonist.
Sunday March 3rd at noon: Coffee and Conversation with Maria Elena Ortiz Associate Curator, Perez Art Museum Miami along with artists, Hellen Gaudence, Shai Yehezkelli, Basil Kincaid and Conrad Egyir. Maria Elena will be discussing contemporary art through a diaspora lens.
Claudio Tozzi (b. Sao Paulo, 1944) opens at Arte Fundamental this coming Friday, March 29th, from 6 pm. This exhibition has a Latin effortless name: Hinc Ad Horam, a hard to pronounce wording, which can be beautifully translated to From Then To This Hour.
(March 29 – April 30). On the Altars of Vanity, as art critic Janet Batet recommends in her Critic’s Choice April column says the exhibition includes the most recent work by Miami based Cuban artists Grethel Rasua and Harold Garcia V. “xxploring art, life and expectations.”Dot Fiftyone Gallery.
Join Locust Projects and Oolite Arts for a conversation with Naomi Beckwith, Manilow Senior Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, and former senior curator at Philadelphia’s Institute of Contemporary Art and Studio Museum in Harlem. Free. At Little Haiti Cultural Complex.
Alosúgbe: a journey across time, Onajide Shabaka’s debut exhibition at Emerson Dorsch, Shabaka explores biology and ethnobotany in the form of recent photography, works on paper and sculpture. On view until June 15.
Re-Opening of Dimensions Variable in Little River with Juan Pablo Garza, Arenas y Arenas y Arenas; Gustavo Matamoros: Untitled: Social Commentary; and Luz Carabaño: Ni aquí, Ni Allá. May 11, 6 – 10 p. New Location.
Drinks, light bites and conversation surrounded by the work of Maria Lino. Friday May 17, Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 from 3:00 to 7:00pm. Open to the Public, Free and fun. Lino works in a variety of media.
Friday, May 17th; 6 pm; Little Haiti Cultural Center
Join the Little Haiti Cultural Center for a dive into learning about diversity and exploring Haitian culture. On the third Friday of every month, the LHCC hosts a free concert and event–May is Haiti Cultural Celebration month which means that the complex will be hosting two legendary musicians, System Band, and Skah Shah. They will be playing all their classics, so come to dance, celebrate and enjoy.
(June 6 – July 20) Lush Green Tropical Jungle curated by Veronica From. Group show featuring Florida-based artists Brooks Dierdorff, Gonzalo Fuenmayor, Anastasia Samoylova and Magnus Sodamin. Opening Reception on Thursday, June 6, 7 – 10 pm.
Cuban American artist Elodia Ramirez de Arellano Fanjul solo show: La Maleta del Abuelo” will open this Thursday, July 11, 6 – 9 at Pigalle Gallery in Little River (360 NE 75th St. Space 122, Little River). On view until August 11.
(July 13 – August 24) Pan-American Art Projects opens VITAMIN L: The Disruption of Color in Contemporary Landscape discuss the contemporary variants of oneof the most traditional themes in the history of art: the Landscape. Artists: Gustavo Acosta, Ansel Adams, Ariamna Contino, Laddie John Dill, Edouard Duval-Carrier, Jose Manuel Fors, Carlos Gallardo, Joe Goode, Frank Mujica, Jorge Lopez Pardo, Adislen Reyes, Jorge Rios, Rusty Scruby, and Jose A. Toirac. On view until August 24.
Opening Thursday July 18m 7 – 10 pm: Roberto Lombana. Ying & Yang amazing new photographs at ArtScape Lab in Little River.Lombana aproaches photography with a Lenticular technology application that allows him to signify opposite realities that arise from his personal vision of the formal and the conceptual to present a series of works in a dynamic equilibrium.
Bottomless Mimosa Happy Hour, 11 am – 3 pm on Saturday, July 20th. We aim to quench your thirst (MOSTLY) for art… each gallery will offer a different flavor mimosa to tempt you. Participating PAB galleries includes: Dot Fiftyone Gallery, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Mindy Solomon Gallery, Pan American Art Projects, Piero Atchugarry Gallery, Spinello Projects, The Bonnier Gallery, and Tile Blush.
Mindy Solomon Gallery is proud to present a solo exhibition of works by artist Azikiwe Mohammed. The content of the show will reflect his earliest recollections of his travels to Miami as a child. July 20 – 27 . (8397 NE 2nd Ave., Little River). Participating i Progressive Art Brunch Bottomless mimosa happy hour! a different flavor mimosa to tempt you. Participating PAB galleries include: Dot Fiftyone Gallery, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Mindy Solomon Gallery, Pan American Art Projects, Piero Atchugarry Gallery, Spinello Projects, The Bonnier Gallery, and Tile Blush.
Curated by Bart Merrill in conversation with Nate Dee: “What it means to go hard in the paint”.
Being a professional artist is a dream of many but realized by few. Join Nate Dee in an intimate conversation about going from enthusiast to professional and his ingredient to his success.
The de la Cruz Collection invitation to ART + TECH, a group exhibition of student work from the de la Cruz Collection’s Art + Technology 2019 Summer Camp organized in collaboration with Tile Blush (8375 NE 2nd. Ave. Little River) 01, Office GA, MUD Foundation, and Tropical Alchemy. Participating Students Artists: Mariana Arboli, Maximo Biasutto, Jose Cano, Carlos Dick, Skye Espinal, Lindsay Fornaris, Samantha Fornaris, Julian Henriquez, Flavia Hernandez, Lillian Interian, Dali Interian, Luke Keuthan, Andrea Martinez, Tatiana Multach, Melissa Reyes, Nicole Rodriguez-Camejo, Sebastian Sanchis, Valeria Stecchi, Kaileo Valdes, Alexandra Vazquez. From August 10 – 24.
August 10 – 31: Gravity Hustle at Mindy Solomon Gallery (8397 NE 2nd. Ave. Little River): Select 2019 New World School of the Arts Graduates: J.M.Urbina, Yusimy Lara, Gabriela Beltran, and Patrick Oleson. Gravity Hustle represents the push and pull of the invisible and indescribable; the constant human struggle to explain complex realities. Gravity Hustle is each artists’ personal analysis of different intangible abstract processes. Opening Reception Saturday, August 10, 6 – 9 pm.
Atchugarry Art Center invites you and your guests to the closing reception of the two exhibits: Women Geometers, at Piero Atchugarry Gallery, curated by Adriana Herrera, and What I really want to tell you…at Pablo Atchugarry Foundation, curated by Jennifer Inacio and Flavia Macuco. Thursday, August 29, 6 – 9 pm.
Opening at MUCE this Sunday, September 1st at 5 pm. Curated by: Bart Mervil. Shakti: An Indian Woman’s Journey Of Healing Trauma Through Ancestral Guidance and Spiritual Awakening . Indian American artist, poet and activist Dita Devi expresses her journey through art of finding solace in culture through deep meditation and trance in the creation of various images of the female archetypes, primarily relating to her Hindu background.
September 21 – November 9: Carlos Quintana: State od Mind at Pan American Art Projects (274 NE 67th St. Little River). The selection of self-referential paintings of the Cuban artist becomes the intellectual radiography of his work. His moods have been explored by the strength of colors in fantastical stories of his unconscious.
September 25 – Novmber 24: Juan Jose Cambre: Fiesta. Curated by Veronica From. Opening Reception on Wednesday, September 25, 7 – 10 pm.Juan José Cambre (b. 1948, Ramos Mejía, Argentina) stands as a living milestone in Argentine artistic scene.
Soth. Works by Luis Tomasello, Julio Le Parc, Manuel Espinosa, Martha Boto, Jesús Rafael Soto, Mateo Manaure, Matilde Pérez, and Carlos Cruz-Diez. Opeinng Reception: Wednesday, September 25, 7 – 10 pm. Artscape Lab ( 7255 NE 4th Ave. Little River).
Today October 5, 1 am – 7 pm last day to enjoy :Spanish artist alfonso borragan: Bucarolito.How iguanas regenerate their tails? bucarolito is an exhibition and project by alfonso borragán with 3 main collaborators: Blanca Pujols, Santiago Reyes Villaveces, Orlando Plein and Kira Tippenhauer. Bucarolito opened at the end of a month in residence at Emerson Dorsch gallery.(5900 NW 2nd. Ave. Little Haiti, Miami).Free.
Curated by Tosha Grantham, Griots’ Gallery opens two-person exhibition that addresses environmental inequality and erasing historical erasures, Najee Dorsey: Poor People’s Campaign and Arturo Lindsay: Children of Middle Passage,Griots’ Gallery is located at 8260 NE 2nd. Ave. in the Center for Haitian Studies.October 12, 1 – 4 pm. On view until November 22.
October 12 – November 16: Effulgence, Elisabeth Condon’s show of new paintings at Emerson Dorsch gallery (5900 NW 2nd Ave. Little Haiti) . Elisabeth’s focus, intensity, joy and painterly prowess are on a full view in these pieces.She paints flowers and other details of landscapes, but for Condon depicting flowers are pretexts for painting details as satisfying as elemental human pleasures, or maybe more so, since such activities aren’t always as fun as they’re supposed to be.
Progressive Brunch this Sunday, October 13, from 11 am to 4 pm in 12 powerful contemporary art spaces: Bill Brady, Miami, Dot Fiftyone Gallery, Emerson Dorsch, Fabien Castanier Gallery, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Mindy Solomon Gallery, N’Namdi Contemporary, Pan American Art Projects, Piero Atchugarry Gallery, Spinello Projects, The Bonnier Gallery, and Tile Blush.Districts involved: Little Haiti, Little River, Arts & Entertainment,and Allapattah.
Curated by Linda Lopez and Marc Mitchell, featuring works from Nicole Cherubini, Craig Drennen, Ruben Ghenov, Pam Lins, Adam Milner, Amy Pleasant, and Shai Yehezkelli: Hidden Hour opens on Friday, October 25, 6 – 9 pm (Mindy Solomon Gallery: 8397 NE 2nd Ave. Little River). This exhibition features seven artists whose work invokes various notions of “collecting”.
Gustavo Oviedo: No Rush curated by Jane Hart opens at Miami Art Society (6300 NW 2nd. Ave. Little Haiti) on Saturday, November 2nd, 6 – 9 pm. Actively engaging with multilayered aspects of the marine environment informs Oviedo’s use of divergent materials and aesthetics. Waves, coral, clouds, shifting currents, and sea life, all find fresh forms in his latest paintings and drawings.