ART CIRCUITS CALENDARSUBSCRIBE A FRIEND HERE
Natural Progressions, on view from January 17 to March 12. Opening Reception and Film Screening of Who Gets To Call It Art? Working with printmaking and sculpture, George Goodridge explores processes that draw on his studies of geometric reconstruction and conceptual installations. The animated compositions featured in these monotypes mirror the silhouette of their three-dimensional counterparts, the product of a process Goodridge refers to as “Unconscious Geometry.” ArtCenter/South Florida Alumni Program. Free.
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 February 17.
My Father used to be a Sunday Painter. February 2 – March 25, 2017. Last show in current location. Juan Pablo Garza was born in Maracaibo, Venezuela (1980). He currently lives and works in Miami, FL. He was co-founder and co-director of the Contemporary Art Space Al Borde (2010-2014) in Maracaibo, which won a grant in 2012 from the Fundación Cisneros/CPPC within its program to support cultural organizations. His work has been exhibited in countries like Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, Canada, United States, Spain, Holland and Germany.
Bailando en Casa del Trompo (Dancing in the Spinning Top’s House), curated by Marilyn Sampera. Artist Humberto Diaz, Born in 1975 in Cienfuegos, Cuba, resides and works in Havana. The artist graduating from Instituto Superior de Arte (ISA) in Sculpture; as well as the Escuela Professional de Arte “Oscar F. Morera”; Specializing in Ceramics, Graphic Design and Mural Painting Restoration.
Cuban artist Humberto Diaz’ show Bailando en Casa del Trompo (Dancing in the Spinning Top’s House) is curated by Marylin Sampera. In this show, Diaz deliberately forces the viewer to shift their perspective regarding elements that could be considered insignificant; essentially displaying the unexpected.
Art Talk with artists Judith Berk King and Enrique Gomez de Molina from 6 – 7, open studios from 7 – 10 pm. Lessons in Post-Biology brings together these BAC artists’ own bestiaries. From recognizable forms to abstraction, King’s figures resemble delicate, microscopic fossils. In contrast, Gomez de Molina presents exuberant species where furs, feathers, leathers and other parts of animals that exist today are combined with the mastery of a taxidermist.
Bell, Book and Candle. Curated by Milly Cardoso. Todaro’s new and selected artists’ books, sculpture and works on paper. These elegant pieces are lyrical and emotional, directing the viewer to react and recollect. For Todaro, the book is an emblem that can evoke an emotional or narrative response. On view through February 25.
Curated by Nico Kos, The Blue Edition: Miami is part of a series of exhibitions themed around the concept of blue, one of the most beguiling colors in the history of art. Nine international artists have created works for this show, exploring the infinite variations of blue across a wide range of media: Carol Bruton, Home Eleven, Jérémy Gobé, Andrea Hamilton, Philip Hunt, Chris Levine, Echo Morgan, Lauren Shapiro, and Troy Simmons. On view until April 1st. Panel discussion to begin at 7 pm, reception follows.
Art Wynwood Fair, presented by Art Miami, celebrates its sixth edition with an impressive roster. Sixty international galleries showcasing over 500 artists from thirty-eight cities from over two dozen countries will present 20th and 21st-century works, special installations, and dynamic projects. Art Bastion Gallery, Durban Segnini Gallery, Art Nouveau Gallery, The Hue, among selected art galleries from Miami participating.
Oneironaut (on-air-oh-not) by Roberto Fonfria. He explores the dream world with his nostalgic mixed media works. The opening will take place on Saturday 18 from 11 am to 1 pm. Interesting hours. At The Wynwood Building.
A Conversation between Amalia Caputo and Marina Font on the occasion of Marina Font exhibit Mental Maps, on view until March 18. Mental Maps is a photo-based mixed media exhibition that illustrates the female experience with a meticulous weaving of color and design. Most of the works begin with a black and white nude figure as a departure point that poetically depicts the biological, psychological and emotional aspects of women.
In celebration of the Bakehouse Art Complex’s 30th birthday: cake! art, live music and art raffle including works by founder Helene Pancoast. Opening Reception for exhibits: Wild Oasis by Jaqui Roch and Baking History: Past Forward at Wynwood’s True Artistic Pioneer.
Artist Talk over wine with Jacqueline Roch. Her exhibit Wild Oasis celebrates the National Park Service Centennial. On view until April 24. Conversation, wine and cheese from 6 to 8 pm.
Akalia, Recent Works by Lia Bermudez. Curated by Elizabeth Castillo. On view until May 13.
Recommended by our art critic Claire Brekel, Alejandra Padilla’s retrospective opens on March 31st until May 6.
One Night Only! For Wynwood Art Walk art by Cuban artist Yuque (born Jorge Luis Gonzales in La Habana), photographs by Spanish artist Jennifer Betances benefiting Style Saves, a non profit that provides uniforms and school supplies to underprivileged children locally and from other countries.
Jen Wink Hays paints with the canvas flat on her studio table, peering down into its emergent world like a bird in the sky. Playful and beguiling, her paintings and works on paper induce a sense of wonder, curiosity and even elation. It is a feeling akin to looking out of the airplane window flying high above the clouds, perhaps en route to a favorite place. The eye searching, the mind wandering and the heart dreaming, hence the title to her first show opening in Miami at Art Bastion Gallery on the 22nd of April: Vacationland.
Screening and Lecture about Speedy Graphito solo show: An American Story. Reception follows. An American Story, is on view until April 29 at the new Miami location of the Fabien Castanier Gallery, featuring new paintings from this iconic French artist that tackle commercialism, pop culture, and art history.
Érebo, A Master of Fine Arts exhibition by Beatriz Rodriguez. Érebo takes you on a visual journey through a collection of prints and ceramic sculptures that explores a strange land and its curious inhabitants. On view until June 12.
Andrew Schoultz and Mark Jenkins apply this concept of “elastic time” to our current societal climate in the United States, seeing the present period as a suspended limbo with troubling unknowns both in the past and in the near future. On view until July 31.
Cuban artist Luis Gómez uses installation, video, photography, and painting, with the intention of confrontation of art, the society with the inevitable power relations. Investigates the relationships that surround the art and forms of consumption, focusing at times on specific aspects of the work and the artist market itself. It inspired by a complex thought connected to different pieces of knowledge and practices, drawing origin and inspiration from many disciplines – from sociology to literature, from political economy to the technological and communicative research, between relativity and fiction, collective imaginary and false truths.
Alex Yudzon. Unfamiliar Territory. June 17 – August 12. After emigrating from Russia to America during the waning years of the cold war, Alex Yudzon’s work has become both a blending of two cultural influences and an exploration of the contradictions and overlaps inherent in them.
“The Wandering Lines of Nature” a collective exhibition by artists Saul Felipe Galavis, Roberto Diago & Luis Jiménez.
Miami Dade College Museum of Art and Design and Miami Biennale are pleased to present Uncanned, a new installation by Miami-based artist Roberto Gómez. Showcasing hundreds of found objects collected over a three-year period.
Final Days for Ciudad Magica with works by Hoxxoh, Andrew Antonaccio, and Michael Vasquez. Miami is often referred to as the Ciudad Mágica (the magic city), a nickname born out of the city’s rapid growth.
Opening Reception on Monday, December 4, 7 – 10 pm. December 4, 2017 – February 6, 2018. ” I create minimalistic sculptures in response to the situation of a site. Using simple materials such as thin strings, metal chains and Plexiglas, my delicate compositions give shape to space, an otherwise imperceptible substance”. Jong Oh.
December 7, 2017 – January 6, 2018. Speedy Graphito’s artistic universe has always been built on an honest dialogue concerning the role of the image within modern society. Ron English is one of the most prolific and recognizable artists alive today. Fidia Falaschetti presents a wide range of multi-media pieces that delve into the concepts of commercialism, consumerism, social media, pop culture and the globalization of mainstream media.
Who put the gold in the Golden Age? Bride of theWhiteWidow, a multi-media event by performance art collective My Barbarian (Malik Gaines, Jade Gordon, and Alexandro Segade), playfully –and critically–wrestles with this question in a surreal,post-colonial tale about the doomed crew of the WhiteWidow, seventeenthcentury Dutch sailors lost in the so-called NewWorld.A show within a show, Bride of theWhite Widow is an interactive play, exploring contemporary issues of cultural appropriation,globalism, and environmental collapse through song,dance,and games with the audience.