Francois Morellet, Sphere, 1962, Metal, 14 in. diameter. Multiple â€“ Edition Denise Rene of 100
Dynamic Expression: Geometric abstraction and Kinetic art
March 15th - May 31st, 2014
Concepts of color, light and movement pass through the geometric abstract art and inspire many world-renowned artists. Vibrations and color place the spectator's perception at center of their works, igniting multiple vibrations going from constructivism into what is known as kinetic.
||Richard Paul Lohse
||Rodrigo Machado Iturbe
||Jesus Rafael Soto
|Julio Le Parc
Rodrigo Machado, Opticinetico FL101, 2013, Metal & UV Paint,
36 x 36 in. Unique Piece
Ranivilu Art Gallery. Art Dealers since 2009
Having an extensive background as Art Dealers for more than five years and having lived in Venezuela, USA, Mexico, Argentina, Germany and Singapore the directors Virginia Brewer and Ramon Delgado decided to venture into opening their first art gallery in the Wynwood Arts District of Miami in 2014.
The gallery focuses on Geometric abstraction and Kinetic art, a movement that emerged after World War I and flourished following World War II achieving a critical mass of artists in the 1960â€™s who focused on creating an alternative, viewer-center experience.Â This movement did not only developed in Europe but also exploded in Latin America.
Omar Carreno, No title, Paint over Canvas, 27 x 21 in. Unique Piece 1990â€™s.
Ranivilu art gallery features the work of the above-mentioned masters as well as that of emerging artists.
The gallery strives to offer lovers of geometric abstraction and kinetic art alternatives, offering unique works of art as well as prototypes, multiples, and editions. They believe that by offering multiple original works & editions they provide excellent value and quality through more accessible pricing, without compromising the integrity of the pieces.
They also believe that an intrinsic part of appreciating art is sharing, offering an open space that invites people to walk in, browse, ask andÂ inquire about art, thus moving away from the closed, bourgeois concept present in many art galleries today.
Their intention is to provide a unique option to both seasoned and new collectors here in Miami, a city that has established itself as one of the main art portals not only for the United States but also for Latin America.