|Mindy Solomon Gallery
cordially invites you to an
opening reception with the artists for
Linda Lopez. Ghost Hands.
Ernesto Garcia Sanchez. Schemes
On Saturday, September 24th, 7 – 9 pm
Mindy Solomon Gallery
(September 24 – October 22)
Linda Lopez’s ceramics and Ernesto Garcia Sanchez’s paintings bring new life and energy to traditional media. Exploration, investigation, and spontaneity are the hallmarks of their individual practices.
Ghost Hands explores the persistent presence of the absent. These pieces search for the unseen thread that connects people and things that once shared an intangible moment. In this realm, logic is lost, objects are personified, perception is ever-changing, and things become their true selves.
Linda Lopez creates works that speak to the vaguely familiar. There is a sense of delight and joy in the in the shapes and colors that inform her pieces, a sense of hominess and comfort. The need to nest is a by-product of her unique cross-cultural perspective. Linda is a child of two ethnicities—Vietnamese and Mexican. She is a first generation American whose talent and creatively enabled her to craft a dynamic visual language. In her current exhibition, she incorporates rugs made by artisans in Mexico with her sculptural pieces that form bridges between historic memory and new beginnings. Each work showcases the alternative existence of objects.
In Schemes, his second exhibition at Mindy Solomon Gallery, Ernesto Garcia Sanchez continues to explore the possibilities of line and textured surface. Born in 1989, Erne, as he prefers to be called, studied at San Alejandro Academia de Bellas Artes, graduate later from the Instituto Superior de Arte in 2015 and was chosen to present his work in the 2015 Havana Biennial.
Erne’s work is deeply embedded in the painterly process, particularly the level of conscious control an artist has over the final outcome. His materials take the shape of tube like objects punctured with various holes to hold brushes and pencils. The artist’s work takes on a performative angle; through the process of controlling his drawing and painting using one side of his device, in this way he allows the other side to move freely, reflecting the subconscious act of painting. The results are aesthetically beautiful and theoretically fascinating. The artist has recently moved to working on veneer, allowing the natural lines of wood to condition the movement of his homemade devices.*
*Referenced from the Cuban Art Tours website
ABOUT MINDY SOLOMON GALLERY
Established in 2009, Mindy Solomon Gallery specializes in contemporary emerging and mid-career artists and art advisory services. The gallery represents artists working in painting, sculpture, photography, and video in both narrative and non-objective styles, and was named one of the Top 500 Galleries Worldwide in Louise Blouin Media Modern Painters 2013 and 2014 annual guides.
The gallery serves as an incubator for dynamic artists establishing their creative voices and exploring a broad range of exhibition possibilities.Represented artists include: Scottish photographer Muir Vidler, LA photographer and writer Scot Sothern, Korean sculptural artist Kang Hyo Lee, Mexican mixed-media artists the de la Torre brothers, and an array of national and international talent.
Mindy Solomon Gallery participates in global art fairs including Art Miami, Zona Maco, VOLTA BASEL, VOLTA NY, PULSE, Moving Image, and Shanghai Contemporary. Always interested in the intersection of art and design, Mindy Solomon and her staff work closely with designers, advisors, consultants, and curators to inform and integrate fine works of art into every aesthetic environment.
Mindy Solomon Gallery
8397 NE 2nd Ave.
Miami, Fl. 33138
786 953 6917
Hours: Tuesday – Saturday: 11 am – 5 pm
and by appointment
|Accredited by MADA