SECOND SATURDAY
OCTOBER 9
29TH STREET THE CORRIDOR
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ART NOUVEAU GALLERY
348 NW 29th Street
Miami, FL 33127
305 573 4661
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Gallery Hours
Mon – Fri 10:30 – 4:30 ;
Sat 11 – 3Grand Opening Reception Saturday
October 9, 7 – 10

Luis PerezCarlos Medina, Dos Cuadrados Blancos II, 2009, Krovalite LTV & acrovinilica, 122.5×122.5×10.5 cm
October 9 – January 8
Abstracción Geométrica
Featured Artists: Carlos Cruz Diez, Héctor Ramírez, Martin Morales, Rafael Barrios, Jesús Rafael Soto, Carlos Rojas, Eduardo Rodríguez Villamizar, Carlos Medina, Octavio Herrera, Inca Zabala, Inés Silva, Saverio Cecere, Rodrigo Rodríguez and Joaquín Latorraca.For over 20 years, Art Nouveau has captured the hearts of collectors who appreciate and enjoy art. Since its creation, this gallery has undertaken de challenge of showcasing the most interesting proposals in the international scene, and has done so with sensitivity and courage.

It has become a reference for experts in Latin American art. It has also been a first home to some new artisits, whom time has chosen as a way to reward the remarkable vision of this gallery. For many, Art Nouveau represents avant-garde, but it is perhaps the sharp intuition to choose master pieces of contemporary art what best defines the profile of this gallery. They have understood that the eye makes the photography and that history and respect make tradition, but it is the heart that sets the guidelines in this business

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KELLEY ROY GALLERY
50 NE 29 St. N Miami Ave
Miami, Fl 33127
305 444 0004
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Gallery Hours
Tue – Fri 10- 5 and by appointment

PREVIEW
THURSDAY
OCTOBER 7, 7 – 10

Opening Reception Saturday
October 9, 7 – 10

kelleySandra Muss, Dancing Light, 2009, 65 1/2 X 45 in.

Until November 6
Sandra Muss. Life and Light: Nature’s Passionate Journey.Sandra Muss’ body of work is inspired by the majestic qualities of nature. This first exhibition in Miami is a highly personal reflection of a journey that incorporates the mysteries of life, the magical characteristics of light, the brilliant sun, the moving power of water and the strength of the elements. .

Muss describes her work as energetic and passionate and as the simple inspiration that one finds in the unexpected? Each piece is a mirror of her travels.

Muss holds a Bachelors of Fine Arts Degree from Pratt Institute in New York, and a Masters Degree in Media from the New School in New York. Muss has taught painting and drawing at Fairleigh Dickinson University, Hunter College High School and Lehrman Day School.

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LUIS PEREZ GALERÍAat the Awarehouse
550 NW 29th St.
Miami, Fl 33127
305 379 3763
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Opening Reception Saturday
October 9, 7 – 11

Luis PerezClaudia Calle. Mao’s eye baby. Photography Collage on wood and paint spray, 36 x 48 in.

Until October 29
Claudia Calle
The Road to Calle: Republic of ChinaIn celebration of Claudia Calle’s “Fine Art Collage” first place achievement from the International Photography Awards (“IPA”), The Road to Calle: Republic of China.

The artist will showcase a series of socio-cultural images, which represent China’s controversial globalization, copyright and mass production issues. Calle’s Republic of China series was selected by International Photo Awards among 15,000 submissions spanning 103 countries. The pieces, which fuse photography with collage and acrylic on wood, were further hand-picked by renowned curator Adriana Teresa to appear in the IPA “Best of Show” Exhibit in late-October at Splashlight Studios, New York.

DJ sets by Mr. Pauer (Fabrika), Aramis (Poplife) and Kiko de Gallo (Groovalizacion) will set the tone at the gallery with the official after-party taking place at Grand Central. For more information please visit www.claudiacalle.com orwww.awarehousemiami.com

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CALIX GUSTAV GALLERY
98 NW 29th St
Miami, FL 33127
305 576 8116
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Gallery Walk Reception Saturday
October 9, 7 – 10
Luis PerezJohan Björkegren, Dust and Bones, 2010, lead on paper, 35 x 35 cm

Until November 19
Johan Bjorkegren. Ingrid Eliasson. Jennifer Basile [morker]Mörker signifies the gloomy darkness seen through a child’s dream, a nightmare perhaps. Set in a magical and mysterious Scandinavian forest inhabited by eerie mystical characters intricately depicted in charcoal and ink drawings by Swedish artist Johan Björkegren. The longing for comfort is not lost in the innocence of a child and the warm love of a mother. Artists Ingrid Eliasson and Jennifer Basile bring a calming effect from this lurid fantasy with the detailed structured graphite drawings, juxtaposed over the rich biomorphic backgrounds. The feeling of a “cozy home” is amplified by the crocheted fiber tapestries.
Birds Are Nice. New CG Boutique

Birds Are Nice is a visual artists and graphic designer working in the Miami area. The decision to work anonymously as Birds Are Nice came from the artist wanting to have fun and make happy, urban work that references pop culture along with the comic and cartoon genres.


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SAMMER GALLERY
82 NE 29th St.
Wynwood Arts District
Miami, Fl 33137
305 441 2005
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Gallery Hours
Tue – Fri: 10 – 6

kelleyCarmelo Arden Quin, Lignes noir, Formee galvee, 1952, enamel on wood, 41 x 18 cm
Madí
Arden Quin. Bolívar. Bay. Kosice. Llorens. Laañ. Rothfuss. Uricchio.
Eight artists that were part of the Madí group. Madí is a modern art movement known for bright colors and bold geometric forms. In architecture, sculpture and painting, Madí art uses abundant circles, waves, spheres, arches, spirals, and stripes. The word Madí may be originated in letters taken from the name Carmelo Arden Quin, the Uruguayan artist who founded the Madí movement in the 1940’s. Or perhaps the term comes from the English word mad, or from the Spanish description of the movement Movimiento Artístico de Invención.The focal point of the Madí movement was a break within the figurative tradition. Some of the most original innovations of this movement were the concepts of invention as an aesthetic artistic method and the irregular or trimmed frame. The leimotiv od the Madí was to break the representation line in art in favor of the idea of presenting the work of art as an object itself, showing its own elements without any further reference to reality.
NORTH MIAMI AVENUE
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HARDCORE ART CONTEMPORARY SPACE
3326 N Miami Ave.
Miami, Fl 33127
305 984 0650
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Gallery hours:
Tues – Fri 10 – 6
Sat 11 – 4GALLERY NIGHT RECEPTION & PERFORMANCES ON SATURDAY
OCTOBER 9, 7 – 10

Hardcore
Miru Kim and Isidore Roussel, Blind Door, video still. 10 mins 33 secs, B/W 16mm, 4:3, 2008.
Jonathan Rockford. Miru Kim. Gladys Triana. Xavier Cortada. Venessa Monokian, Antonia Wright, Ruben Millares, among others.New Media Festival. 5th InstallmentThis 5th installment of the New Media Festival shows the works of local and international artists. Among the artists:Jonathan Rockford with a solo exhibition, New York basedMiru Kim and Gladys Triana, local Miami artists Xavier Cortada, Venessa Monokian, Antonia Wright, Ruben Millares.Also showing at the NMF, a representation of video artists from Rome’s MACRO.

There will be a DNA performance by Xavier Cortada of his “Ancestral Journeys” piece at the October 9th Wynwood Gallery Walk. Other performances will be expected.

HACS will participate in Pinta NY with artist Gladys Triana and in Miami Scope Basel 2010.

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BAKEHOUSE ART COMPLEX
561 NW 32 St
Miami, FL 33127
305 576 2828
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Gallery hours:
Mon – Sun, 12 – 5Opening Reception
Friday,
October 8, 7-10

Bakehouse
October 8 – November 1
Illustrated. Jean-Paul Mallozzi, Luis Diaz, Mike Rivamonte, Dan Fila, and Hugo Patao.Audrey Love GalleryIllustration is quickly becoming one of the trendiest art forms seen today, and is unfortunately taken so much for granted through our constant interaction with printed and online materials. This exhibition will take you on a journey from process to result, as it follows the work of BAC illustratorsJean-Paul Mallozzi, Luis Diaz, Mike Rivamonte, Dan Fila,and Hugo Patao.

Parapraxis. Swenson Gallery
This group exhibition highlights works in a variety of media that deals with broken memories, the irrational, subliminal messages, optical illusions, puns, paranoia, and double entendres as formal and conceptual devices that operate in their work.

36TH STREET
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KAVACHNINA
CONTEMPORARY
46 NW 36th St.
Miami FL,33127
305 448 2060
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WEBGallery Hours
Tues – Sat 11 – 4
& always by appt.

Opening Reception Saturday
October 9, 7 – 10

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Nicolas Leiva, Pottery Boutique
October 9- November 11
Alonso Mateo. Fishing Landscapes. Art objects & Installations
Nicolas Leiva. Pottery Boutique. Ceramic Collection
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DOT FIFTYONE GALLERY
51NW 36th St.
Miami, FL 33127
305 573 9994
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WEBGallery Hours
Mon – Fri 11 – 7:30
Sat 1 – 6
Private Viewing available by appt.

Art Walk Reception
Saturday
October 9, 7 – 10

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Omar Barquet, Out of Doors, Mixed Media on paper

Until November 11
Omar Barquet. Pautas ( Rules)
Michiyoshi Deguchi. Inner Drawing. Project RoomOmar Barquet sheds the formal purism to move the geometry to an organic state, where properties are abstracted of the individual’s subjectivity. Barquet condenses so particularly the operation on the set of works of art presented in the show Pautas, where he reveals the chromatic dissonance of memory..

Like a reflectent kaleidoscope, Omar Barquet’s body of work, to be exhibited in his first Miami show, projects chromatic abstractions of suggestive luminance nature, that when going into depths of a dark room bounces and shapes spectral volumes, resonant permanence of what was one presence.

Art installations by Japanese artist Michiyoshi Deguchi’s will be exhibited for the first time in Miami. Deguchi has been creating such artworks that lead the viewers make their own interpretations by many ways of expressions. His present works adopt acrylic domes, in which he places photos showing a process of drawings and the on-site scene of them as well as actual motifs.

SECOND SATURDAY
OCTBER 9

DESIGN DISTRICT ART & DESIGN NIGHT OPENINGS
NE 39TH STREET
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WOLFGANG ROTH & PARTNERS FINE ART
201 NE 39th St.
Miami, Fl 33137
305 576 6960
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Gallery Hours
Tue – Sat: 11 – 6

Opening Reception
Saturday
October 9, 7 – 10

101Wulf Treu, Art is the Propensity of Propinquity, 2007, Acrylic and Resin on MDF Board (triptych) 90 x 90 in.
October 9 – November 13
Wulf Treu. Road to SamarraWulf’s work is at once sublimely childlike while simultaneously being profound and illuminating. There is a sense of joy and discovery and a complex back-story that drives each individual piece. Damien Whitmore, Head of Programs at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum says “The work is warm, perverse, innocent and dirty. It’s also very funny, even when it’s going for the jugular.”

“Wulf Treu does not fool around. His work is personal, brash, painterly, expressive and full of extraordinary energy…” So quotes Carol Damien the Curator of Miami’s Frost Museum about German Artist Wulf Treu.

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101 / EXHIBIT
101 NE 40th St.
Miami, FL 33137
305 573 2101
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Gallery Hours
Tue – Sat: 11 – 7

Opening Reception
Saturday
October 9, 7 – 10

101Gabriel Grün, Kiss of Judas, oil on wooden panel, 60 x 90 cm.
Gabriel Grün. CapriccioRecent oil paintings from the Buenos Aires based Argentinean painter. Approaching his work with a sense of its place in art history, Grün is very much a painter’s painter. Grinding his own pigments rather than finding them commercially, Grün seeks to establish a link between the current day and the age from which he draws his stylistic inspiration. Recalling Flemish masters Van Dyck and Rubens, Grün’s work typically sets nude figures against idyllic landscapes but with modern interpretations and representations of mythological and religious themes.

His figures are rendered with a classical sense of realism in their detail and are frequently featured in movement or contortion. And though Grün follows a pre-meditated and prescribed language from a compositional point of view, his work absolutely transcends any possible banality or cliché, as it is painted with ferocity, unafraid to approach the darker sides of the sources of its inspiration. As such, the work seems to dare the viewer, flaunting its ability to use a language anew, self-assured in its aesthetic harmony.

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MARKOWICZ
FINE ART
1 NE 40 Street, #5
Miami, FL 33137
786 362 5546
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Gallery Hours
Mon – Fri : 11 – 6
Sat: 12 – 5

Opening Reception
Saturday
October 9, 7 – 10

PressitonImageSteven Gagnon, Esso Oil Can, 2006, ed : 100, 41 x 34 in

Steven Gagnon. Pop ArtFloridian artist Steven Gagnon became famous with his innovative and influential work in the Miami art scene and is now internationally recognized. Two nice serigraphs will be setting there among other pop art artists also in view asRobert Indiana, Takashi Murakami, Keith Haring and Mel Ramos among others.

Last April, Steven Gagnon was exhibited at the 25th London Original Print Fair in the Royal Academy of Arts in London.

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ADAMAR FINE ARTS
4141 NE 2nd. Ave
Ste. # 107
Miami, Fl 33137
305 576 1355
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Gallery Hours
Mon – Fri 12 – 6
Sat. By appt.

Opening Reception
Saturday
October 9, 7 – 10

PressitonImageJeff Pullen. New York
October 9 – November 12
Jeff Pullen. New York: Illusion and RealityPullen shows his newest body of work capturing the architectural illusions and realities of New York’s buildings and skyscrapers. Born and raised in New York, Pullen gets his inspiration from the flashy Broadway corridors, to the soaring skylines. Working a unique reality/illusion dynamic,Pullen paints New York images onto constructions of brick, wood, plastic, louver doors, car-hoods, etc. The images undulate across these constructed surfaces creating an energy and a tension that seems to says ‘ this is New York’.

Jeff Pullen’s work is represented internationally in numerous private and corporate collections, including New York University’s Washington Square Windows in 2008 and Broadway Windows in 2004.

Also on view the works of: Andy Warhol, Tolla, Marlene Rose, Brad Howe, Joerg Doering, Donald Sultan, Zammy Migdaland many others.

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MIRIAM FERNANDES GALLERY
3620 NE 2nd Ave.
Miami, FL 33137
305 588 2912
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Gallery Hours
Hours: Sat. 11 to 6
Weekdays by appt.

Opening Reception
Saturday
October 9, 7 – 10

101JB Lazzarini, Oil on canvas, No title, 2010, 80 x 200

JB Lazzarini. MetamorfoseMiriam Fernandes Gallery and Luciana Junqueira are proud to present the artwork of JB Lazzarini from Brazil to Miami Design District for his first solo exhibition in the USA. Experience the joy he aims to exude in the series of artwork he entitles METAMORFOSE.

With strong contrast of colors and shapes, he wisely creates a sense of harmony among both geometric and organic notions. It’s ingenious the way he transforms flat canvas into broad poetic tales and converts nature into an eclectic, lively form of pop art.

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HECTOR MALDONADO
The Moore Building
4040 NE 2nd Ave. Suite # 101 Design District Miami, FL 33137
786 201 0926
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Gallery Hours
Hours: Sat. 11 to 6
Weekdays by appt.

Opening Reception
Saturday
October 9, 7 – 10

101Hector Maldonado, Twisted or Locating the Last Strip, 2010, mixed media on canvas, 60 X 48 in.

Hector Maldonado. Blood & Toys II.
Three SeriesSince 2007, Héctor Maldonado has been working on various series from mixed media on canvas to construction/sculptures made from found objects. His work is a reflection on issues that are visceral and vital to him: God, family, home vs. house, childhood, language (communication), time, eternity, and levels of human existence; spiritual and physical.

The first series is Mi familia/ My Family, a mixed media on canvas series that deals with the relations between individuals and their immediate (familiar) habitat, exploring aspects that go beyond the physical.

Then Void Toys is a series of small scale construction/sculptures made of found objects.They are minuscule poetical and intimate scenarios where, the artist “opens the drawers” to his personal memoirs.

The third series Listen, deals with the use of children images as an excuse to reveal semantic images of profound content within an unidentifiable space, where visual and interpretation levels are touched.