Join us this Sunday, October 8,  2017,
from11-3 pm for an afternoon of 
gastronomic 
and creative nourishment. We will
offer a separate dish at each location
that will run simultaneously throughout
the day. The event will highlight the
current programming at each venue
and enable visitors a more intimate
look at the exhibitions on view. The
galleries are located in the Little Haiti
and Little River Arts Districts.

Sunday, Oct 8th,
11-3pm, Free and
Open to All

 

 

 

 

 

Emerson Dorsch presents Karen Rifas’ solo exhibition, “Per Forms”, a sculptural installation and vivid new paintings on paper. From above, her installation looks much like her works on paper, which create “impossible space” with flat geometric forms and color. Rifas experiments with the effects of color contrast on the perception of space. Through October 14, 2017. 
 
Emerson Dorsch, 5900 NW 2nd Ave., Miami, FL 33127 / 305 576 1278 / info@emersondorsch.com / emersondorsch.com

 

 

Karen Rifas, PER FORMS
 

 

 

Opening October 8th, Spinello Projects is pleased to present two solo exhibitions featuring the works of Clara Varas and Michelle Lisa Polissaint. Varas commands three gallery spaces with a sweeping new body of work entitled Interior/Exterior that exists and plays in a space between abstraction and representation, between painting and sculpture. For Polissaint’s solo debut, Finding Home, two intimate photographic series are featured, Dancing with Myself and If Home was Home, both of which come from her exploration of personhood, as a child of the African diaspora, born to Haitian immigrants. Exhibitions through November 4, 2017.

Spinello Projects, 7221 NW 2nd Ave., Miami, FL 33150 / 786 271 4223 / spinelloprojects.com 

 

 

Michelle Lisa Polissaint, Untitled, Archival Inkjet Print, 13 x 19 in.
 

 

 

Judi Werthein’s exhibition “Unnamed” at Dot Fiftyone is a tribute to “women martyrs,” those who have been sentenced and executed in many societies, both ancient and modern, around the world. This show consists of two pieces:  “Memorial for Witches and Bitches”  (a 1:1 scale model for a public monument); and, “Reading Room,” a library filled with variety of topics ranging from witchcraft to the discovery of the highest female pleasure. Through October 15, 2017. 
 
Dot Fiftyone Gallery, 7275 NE 4th Avenue, Unit 101, Miami, FL 33138 / 305 573 9994 / dot@dotfiftyone.com / dotfiftyone.com 

 

 

Judi Werthein, Unnamed, 2017, Inkjet print on archival cotton paper, 39 x 58 in.
 

 

 

Mindy Solomon presents two exhibits, “Ali Smith: Electric Prism”, her second solo show in Miami. Highlighting a  shift in her oeuvre toward hybrid spaces, images appear to be part paint, part sculpture, part abstract landscape. “Can I Touch It? showcases pieces by Alec Egan, Mandy Lyn Ford, Bobby Mathieson, Sophia Narrett, and Mette Tommerup. These works inspire a desire to be tactically explored, through the use of surface, texture and material narrative. Through October 14, 2017 
 
Mindy Solomon Gallery, 8397 NE 2nd Ave., Miami, Florida 33138 / 786 953 6917 / mindy@mindysolomon.com / mindysolomon.com

 

 

Ali Smith, The Great Divide, 2017, oil on canvas, 100 x 80 in.