Second Saturday
Last Thursday
Extended Hours until 8 PM
North Miami Avenue

2417 N. Miami Ave
Miami, Fl 33127
305 576 9878EMAIL
Gallery hours:
Mon – Fri 9 – 5
Sat by appt. only

Gallery Night Reception Saturday May 8, 7 – 10

ideoboxAndres Monteagudo
Pepe López, Andres Monteagudo and Juan Iribarren
A Collective Sum. A collaborative exhibition of Geometric Perspectives by Three Visionary Artists.Venezuelan artist, Pepe López creates artwork using disposable objects to represent the significance of sustainability. He uses sensible geometrics to demonstrate the physicality and tangibility of objects. Lopez invites us to view his journey and perspective of globalization by playing with representations of commercial society.

Spanish artist, Andres Monteagudo’s drawings are linear representations of negative and positive space. His work consists of wires on canvas, which seemingly lead to a tension within space and geometric dimensions. Each line seems to escape the horizon defying the limits of the canvas, making them appear three-dimensional and endless.

Juan Iribarren’s vision is to join together the incongruity between atmosphere and geometry in painting. Originally from Venezuela, Iribarren’s work reflects the evolution of contemporary Latin American art. Focusing on diagonals of light and shadows that occur on an empty white wall, which he documents on canvas. By intentionally displaying the paintings diagonally from one another creates a new irregularly shaped format showing the tension of their geometry.


2043 N Miami Ave
Miami, Fl 33127
305 576 1804
Gallery hours:
Tues– Fri 10- 5
Sat 10 - 3Opening Reception Saturday May 8, 7:30 - 10

Diana Lowenstein
Ningura Napurrula, Ngaminya, 2007, Acrylic paint and linen, 71 x 59 in

Until July 6
Michael Flomen. Inside Out
The Inspired Dream | Contemporary Australian Aboriginal ArtBetty Mbitjana, Michelle Possum, Walangkura Napanangka, George Ward Tjungurrayi, Bill Willi King, Abie Loy Kemarre, Dolly Mills Petyarre, Ningura Napaurrula, Takariya Napaltjari, Gabriella Possum Nungurrayi and Jeannie Petyarre.

Although Aboriginal art has only been internationally recognized as a significant movement for the past forty years, its history is long and integral to the work by the present-day artists included in this exhibition. As has occurred elsewhere, the indigenous people of Australia have been marginalized in their own land for much of recent history. Changes began to arise in the 1960’s and 1970’s that served as a catalyst for the discovery by the Western world of the art produced by a multitude of communities located throughout the continent.

It is an art based on belief systems unique to Australia, which often refer to the Dreamtime in which creation took place. This Dreamtime involved travels of the creation ancestors, journeys that continue to be followed today along Dream paths that lead to important sites all over the country. In this manner, the art is linked not only to the Aboriginal people and history, but to the land itself.

Ist Place

Nina Torres
2033 NW 1st Place
Miami, Fl 33127
973 270 7774

Gallery hours:
Mon - Sat 11- 5

Wynwood Art Walk Reception Saturday May 10, 7 – 10


ideoboxPurvis Young Detail of Diptych untitled Mixed media on masonite 31 1/2 x 93 1/2 in
Until May 31
A Tribute to Purvis Young. Main Gallery
Exhibition Curated by Daniela Wicki. Project Room.
Edurne Esponda. Nahila Campos. Felipe Herrera. Installation Room
23rd. Street

171 NW 23rd Street
Miami, FL 33127
WEBTue – Fri : 11 - 6
Sat: 12 - 5
by appt anytime

Opening Reception Saturday April 10, 7 – 10


May 8 - August 28, 2010
“small wonders (art) salon” Summer Fundraising ProjectSixty-two of South Florida’s best local artists will be exhibiting affordable small jewels of artwork. The works will fill the wall space and the gallery will be converted into a cornucopian installation of diverse expressions. The exhibit will highlight a multitude of media, including painting, drawing, collage, sculpture, ceramics, and printmaking. Many artists will be exhibiting works that are their latest explorations. Small Wonders aims to raise everyone’s respect for these thoughtful – coveted - irreverent – spontaneous - small works, and to showcase these works that are an important part of every artists practice as they experiment and explore ideas not connected to producing work for any specific market trend, nor for institutions or galleries. Small Wonders is an experimental event, placing a finger on the pulse of what is happening now and showcasing it. This art belongs to “now”, small, but quick and directly to the point.

Visit: for a preview of the artists works and purchase one online today. Sales support “ArtistaInvitaArtista” an Artformz cultural exchange with artists from the city of Valencia, Spain.


123 NW . 23 St
Miami, Fl 33127
305 573 8142
WEBGallery Hours:
Tue. - Fri 11 - 3, by appt.

Opening Reception Saturday May 8, 7 – 10

KabeYucef Merhi

Yucef Merhi. WordsThe exhibition comprises a group of works that deal with the use of language and technology in a variety of media. By means of video-games, web interfaces, slide projectors, floppy disks and other materials, Merhi presents a surprising approach to experience poetry; a novel conception of a perfect language; and a thoughtful relationship between humans, words and machines.

Some of the works that will be on view are “Super Atari Poetry” (2005), a networked game installation made with Atari cartridges that enable people to play and create up to one thousand poems; “Versos Versus Versos” (2008), a web-based projection that shows animated verses running non-stop to create hundreds of eloquent random poems; and “Light” (2010), a synchronized light projection that displays the word lightin more than 20 different languages.

2nd. Avenue

2630 NW 2nd. avenue
Miami, Fl 33127
305 438 0220
Gallery hours:
Tues - Fri 11- 6
Sat 12 - 5Last Thursday of every month from 5 - 8

Gallery Night Reception Saturday May 8, 7 – 10

Alejandra von Hartz
Marta Chilindron, Nine Triangles (pink, blue and green), 2010, fluorescent acrylic, measurements vary, 24 x 24 in. when flat
The Constructive Élan.Selected works by: Fabian Burgos. Marta Chilindrón. Eduardo Costa. Danilo Dueñas. Eugenio Espinoza. Jaime Gili. Silvana Lacarra. Susana Lescano. Arthur Lescher. Adriana Minoliti. Karina Peisajovich. Pablo Siquier. Horacio Zabala.

works on paper by: Ines Bancalari. Ana Tiscornia


2620 NW 2nd. Ave.
Miami, Fl 33127
786 486 7248

Tues - Fri, 1- 5 and by appt.Wynwood Art Walk Reception Saturday May 10, 6 – 10
Kanako Sasaki, A Ball Happened

June 12 - August 28,
Disposable: Nostalgia for the still imageCurated by Orlando EstradaMay 22
Panel Discussion

2450 NW 2nd Ave.
Miami, 33127
305 573 2400 

Gallery hours:
Mon-Friday 9:30- 5:30
Saturday 12-5:30Gallery Night Reception Saturday May 8, 6 – 10
Marta Maria Pérez-Bravo; Cuanto Encontró Para Vencer; 2000, silver gelatin print; 68 x 148 in.

Until June 3
Don’t Call Me Pretty: Women in Art

Don’t Call Me Pretty:
showcases the evolution of the female voice in the development of artistic agendas. The emphasis of the exhibit is not on feminism, but rather on the female approach to such themes as representation of the body, maternity, separation, liberation, and the environment. The selection includes works by: Belkys Ayon, Tania Bruguera, Ryder Cooley, Nora Correas, Andrea Cote, Maysey Craddock, Antonia Eiriz, Ana Fabry, Aimee Garcia, Cristina Lucas, Jane Martin, Elsa Mora, Marta Maria Perez-Bravo, Sandra Ramos, Rosangela Renno, Graciela Sacco, Carolina Sardi, Tracey Snelling, Vibeke Tandberg, and Lucia Warck-Meister.Project Room: Gigi Leso

Costa Rican artist Gigi Leso’s work re-conceptualizes common objects and historically significant phrases to comment on issues of politics, ecology and personal experience. Her works provoke social concerns and moral debates within the viewers.


2441 NW 2nd Ave.
Miami, Fl 33127
786 693 8155
305 573 1333
Gallery Hours:
Wed to Sat 12- 5 or by appointment
Opening Reception Saturday May 8, 7 -11
LylieRaul Recio, Las Tres Maravillas, 2009, A/C,

Raul Recio. Open Mind
Collective Show with Special Guest Sofía Maldonado Marcos López, Jorge Pineda, Gerard Ellis, José Bedia, Garcia Cordero, Eleomar Puente, Victor Payares, Raul Recio, Juan Erlich, Segundo Planes, Victor Rodríguez and Luciano Goizueta.


2315 NW 2nd Ave.
Miami , FL 33127
P:305 724 6021 

Open Second Saturdays
& by appt.

Meet the Artist in his working studio
Saturday May 8, 7 -11

A.Dale Nally, Coalition, Oil on Canvas, 38 x 69 x 4 in.
A. Dale Nally. Ongoing Work
Nally is a nationally recognized artist living and working in the heart of the Wynwood Arts District of Miami. For the past 10 years he has been developing a unique and definitive way of expressing his art through his creative use of material, a sense of respect for art history, and the many artist that have paved the way before him.Dale paints quiet, contemplative works which are a result of a deep rooted connection to the earth and the world around him. Each painting is an attempt to discover a sense of quiet, to create the ability to reflect and connect not only to our own world, but the deeper meaning that lies within.

2294 NW 2nd Ave.
Miami, Fl 33127
305 989 3359
Only by appt.Opening Reception Saturday May 8, 7 - 11
HaroldMitch O'Connell!

Performing live during the opening: !!!!!THE GOLDDUST LOUNGE!!!!!Mark “Atomos” Pilon. Sputnik Plunk
Mark Atomos Pilon was born under the Northern Lights, in Canada's mysterious north. Perhaps it's a childhood dwarfed by the aurora borealis that made him seek out his alias. After graduating from art school, Mark was researching an art project when he stumbled across a Walt Disney book called "Our Friend the ATOM". The Greek name Atomos leapt out at him. "It means indivisible, or the smallest possible object," Mark explains. "Mystery and science are a good working combination."

Now based on the West Coast, he sent his imagination into a future that may never arrive. Every aspect of his art is carefully computer drawn and then meticulously painted in acrylic layers, to give them a sharp, print-like synthetic quality.

Mark has worked in magazine design for over 15 years as a designer and illustrator. Today he is one of three creative directors for Vancouver's Georgia Straight Magazine His commercial clients include IKEA, Walgreens, the Sierra Club, and Virgin. He continues to illustrate for magazines worldwide and paints for galleries across North America. His paintings are a natural transition from his editorial illustrations, which are still computer constructed.


2145 NW 2nd. Ave.
Miami, Fl 33127
304 774 7740
WEBOpen day & night 24/7
DurbanJesus Soto, Penetrable BBL Blue, 365 x 400 x 1400 cm., 1999, Edition 2/8

Jesus Soto
Penetrable BBL Blue, 1999Enjoy this spectacular Soto at Durban Segnini new open space in Wynwood. Soto was a Venezuelan artist (1923 – 2005). He was a sculptor and painter and is most famous for his op art and kinetic art works. Soto is particularly well known for his penetrables, interactive sculptures which consist of square arrays of thin, dangling tubes through which observers can walk. It has been said of Soto's art that it is inseparable from the viewer; it can only stand completed in the illusion perceived by the mind as a result of observing the piece.

Durban-Segnini Gallery was founded in Caracas, Venezuela, in 1970 and in Miami, USA in 1992, by its present director and owner Mr. Cesar Segnini.

Durban-Segnini Gallery specializes in contemporary painting and sculpture, emphasizing in artists who have worked with abstract expressionism, geometric abstraction and kinetic art.Simultaneously, the Gallery strives to promote and diffuse new artistic values as well as the historical vanguards that have influenced those.