Arevalo Gallery and Kaufman Vardy Projects

cordially invite you to

the inaugural exhibition of the

gallery’s new Project Room

Extending the Line I

Curated by Kaufman Vardy Projects

Saturday, October 6 from 6:30 - 9:30 p.m.

151 NE 40th St. Ste. 200

Cartier Building PH

Design District

October 6 – November 23

Extending the Line I

Macaparana. Recent Works


Arevalo Gallery is pleased to announce “Extending the Line I,” the inaugural exhibition of the gallery’s new Project Room, dedicated to expanding the dialogue between Latin American and international abstract artists. Arevalo Gallery will also celebrate Second Saturday Art Walk on Saturday, October 13 at 7:00 p.m. Arevalo Gallery, well known for its focus on Latin American geometric abstraction, invited the team of Kaufman Vardy Projects to curate Extending the Line I, which will be on view at the same time as the Miami debut by noted Brazilian artist Macaparana.  The two shows complement each other, exploring a sensibility that reveals the artist’s hand and use of material, thereby adding to the lexicon of minimalism and geometric abstraction.

"Our goal is to expand the gallery's mission by creating a dialogue that explores the historical thread from the relevant art movements of the last century to the art of today," stated Francisco Arevalo.

Curators Fran Kaufman and Ilana Vardy have included work by German artist Eva Berendes, Portuguese artist Sara Bichão, and Americans James Busby, Cris Gianakos, Gordon Moore, and Nan Swid. Their work presents an evocative commentary on the rich history of geometric abstraction as it is expressed by both emerging and established artists working today.

Macaparana is a self-taught Brazilian artist whose creativity is informed by the principles of Brazilian Neoconcretism. He uses the language of Geometric Abstraction to manifest, through his drawings, what’s been described as “silent music”. Macaparana, represented by an international roster of galleries, has exhibited at the São Paulo Biennial and is well represented in major international private and institutional collections.

More About Arevalo Gallery

Arevalo Gallery’s mission is to research and study the historic references of the most relevant movements of European and Latin American Art in the twentieth century, to contextualize their influence and impact on contemporary art practices. The gallery is located at 151 NE 40th Street, Suite 200, Miami Design District, FL 33137. For more information, please call 305.860.3311, email, or visit Gallery hours are 10am-6pm, Tuesday-Friday and by appointment on Saturdays.

More About Kaufman Vardy Projects

Kaufman Vardy Projects is a newly formed collaboration between Ilana Vardy and Fran Kaufman, utilizing many years of experience and expertise in diverse aspects of the art world. They provide international clients with strategic marketing, project management, creative programming, curatorial consulting and practical advice to develop and grow their businesses. For more information, please visit

151 NE 40th St, Ste, 200

Cartier Building PH

Design District

Miami, Fl 33137

305 860 3311


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