Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas

Beneath the Surface

De la Cruz Collection Miami, Florida, USA 12/02/2014 – 12/06/2014

2014-2015_Ground_Floor_Sterling_Ruby

2014-2015_Ground-Floor_Dan_Colen_TBT_2013_89x119_inches

2014-2015_Ground-Floor_Dan-Colen_Mark-Bradford

With Sterling Ruby, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Wade Guyton, Christopher Wool, Glenn Ligon, Thomas Houseago, Joe Bradley, Dan Colen, Mark Bradford, Alex Katz, Josh Smith, Sean Dack, Kelley Walker, Dana Schutz, Peter Doig, Rob Pruitt

Open during Art BAsel Miami Beach.

Beneath The Surface brings together a selection of works from a generation of artists who are redefining post-war art movements. Through a variety of practices that include New Abstraction and Figurative Painting, these artists are responding to the consequences of globalization. For historical, sociological, and conceptual reasons, the works selected for this year’s exhibition are subjective representations of our new American landscape. Through the use of process and appropriation the figure is once again re-introduced with an understanding of social media and technological newness, thereby blurring the boundaries between Abstraction and Figuration.

Visiting the collection, programming, lectures and access to the library are open to the public at no cost.

The de la Cruz Collection Contemporary Art Space is privately owned and solely funded by Rosa and Carlos de la Cruz. It is not a foundation and does not receive governmental assistance.

Link: http://www.delacruzcollection.org/

2014-2015_Ground_Floor_Sterling_Ruby

2014-2015_Ground-Floor_Dan_Colen_TBT_2013_89x119_inches

2014-2015_Ground-Floor_Dan-Colen_Mark-Bradford

Con Sterling Ruby, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Wade Guyton, Christopher Wool, Glenn Ligon, Thomas Houseago, Joe Bradley, Dan Colen, Mark Bradford, Alex Katz, Josh Smith, Sean Dack, Kelley Walker, Dana Schutz, Peter Doig, Rob Pruitt

Open during Art BAsel Miami Beach.

Beneath The Surface brings together a selection of works from a generation of artists who are redefining post-war art movements. Through a variety of practices that include New Abstraction and Figurative Painting, these artists are responding to the consequences of globalization. For historical, sociological, and conceptual reasons, the works selected for this year’s exhibition are subjective representations of our new American landscape. Through the use of process and appropriation the figure is once again re-introduced with an understanding of social media and technological newness, thereby blurring the boundaries between Abstraction and Figuration.

Visiting the collection, programming, lectures and access to the library are open to the public at no cost.

The de la Cruz Collection Contemporary Art Space is privately owned and solely funded by Rosa and Carlos de la Cruz. It is not a foundation and does not receive governmental assistance.

Link: http://www.delacruzcollection.org/

Slyk Chaynjis

Nutshell

Forms of contact: François Bucher

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