Through August 23:
Rosemarie Chiarlone: Underneath the Monotonous Blanket is an Entire World of Different Voices
This installation explores the physical and psychological boundaries of human connection addressing multifaceted societal and political contexts. It consists of eight disconnected sculptural groupings utilizing language as image. The visual graphic and poetic expressions dissipating information allude to the concept of presence and impermanence between the physical and the psychological.
Skolnick Surgical Tower. Mount Sinai Medical Center. 4300 Alton Road. Miami Beach, FL 3314.
Wednesday, March 25, 7 – 9 pm:
Windows @ Walgreens Opening
Norman’s Tavern, 6770 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL.
Curated by Amanda Sanfilippo Long.
Join us to celebrate the opening of the two newest Windows @ Walgreens. This season of exhibitions features Joshua Veasy with ‘How Objects Wear Things’ and Brookhart Jonquil with ‘Balance Never Hurt Anybody.’ RSVP: eventbrite.com
Friday, March 27, 7 – 9 pm:
Family Style: Diego Gutierrez + Nabila Zoraya Santa-Cristo
SimplyGood Miami, 212 NW 73rd St, Miami.
Join us for “Family Style”, an intimate conversation between resident artist Diego Gutierrez and his partner and fellow resident Nabila Zoraya Santa-Cristo. The two artists will talk about their collaborations as partners and creatives, and about Gutierrez’s solo exhibition “Hypersensitive Romantic” on view at Oolite Arts through April 5. RSVP: oolitearts.org
Through April 5:
Diego Gutierrez: Hypersensitive Romantic.
Curated by Amy Galpin.
In his rigorous studio practice, Diego Gutierrez questions the function of painting. Synthesizing varied art-historical approaches, he pushes formal boundaries by tearing surfaces, adding sculptural elements, and reworking subject matter obsessively.
Walgreens Windows, 7340 Collins Ave, Miami Beach
Through May 10:
Brookhart Jonquil: Balance Never Hurt Anybody
Curated by Amanda Sanfilippo
Look, a vision in a mirror doesn’t exist but in the mind, yet there it is. Balancing between worlds. Even so, a cement block is carried on waves of light, striking the eye as if solid. If you’re not careful you’ll topple right over.
Walgreens Windows, 7340 Collins Ave.Miami Beach
Through May 17:
Joshua Veasey: How Objects Wear Things:
Curated by Amanda Sanfilippo
Joshua Veasey attempts to understand the overall experience of the city and those who inhabit it. He interprets the constant shift of the urban landscape by combining image and material that explore ideas of identity. Through the use of photographic documentation, he encounters and records objects, landmarks and people that become the framework for his process.
At Windows at Walgreens, 6700 Collins Ave.
The mission of Oolite Arts, what Miami is made of, is to support artists and advance the knowledge and practice of contemporary visual arts and culture in South Florida. The center creates opportunities for experimentation and innovation and encourages the exchange of ideas across cultures through residencies, exhibitions, public programs, education, and outreach.
Oolite Arts924 Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach, Fl. 33139
P: 305 674 8278
Mon – Fri: 12 – 6
Sat- Sun: 12 – 8
The ArtCenter South Florida is now Oolite Arts
(what Miami is Made of)