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Sometimes Random Sometimes Random

Sometimes Random

Lynne Golob Gelfman

Noguchi Breton Miami, Florida, USA 11/18/2016 – 01/14/2017

Noguchi Breton presents Sometimes Random, an exhibition of new paintings by Lynne Golob Gelfman. Based in South Florida, Gelfman gained a reputation for her distinctive process-based paintings that explore the interplay between structure and randomness, discipline and freedom, control and chance. This concern, a foundation of her career, was the basis of Gelfman’s thru series, begun in

Installation View, 2016. Courtesy of Noguchi Breton. Photo credit: Zack Balber. Installation View, 2016. Courtesy of Noguchi Breton. Photo credit: Zack Balber. thru 3.7, 2015. Acrylic on canvas. 48 x 48 inches. Courtesy of Noguchi Breton. Photo credit: Zack Balber. Noguchi Breton presents Sometimes Random, an exhibition of new paintings by Lynne Golob Gelfman. Based

Transitions #3 Transitions #3

Transitions #3

Naama Tsabar

Spinello Projects Miami, Florida, USA 11/23/2016 – 01/14/2017

  For her debut solo exhibition in Miami, Tsabar presents an installation comprised of three evolving bodies of work which examine human sociality and behaviour through the relation of body and space and the underlying role of intimacy and performativity. Continuing her ongoing Work On Felt sculptures, Tsabar transfers these works from the floor to

Naama Tsabar, Transitions. Performance at Spinello Projects, December 2nd, 2016, Miami, Fl. Photo by Diana Larrea. Courtesy of Spinello Projects. Naama Tsabar, Transitions. Performance at Spinello Projects, December 2nd, 2016, Miami, Fl. Photo by Diana Larrea. Courtesy of Spinello Projects. Transitions. Exhibition view. Spinello Projects, Miami, Fl. Photo by Jesus Petroccini. Courtesy of Spinello Projects.

#tags #tags

#tags

Marc Bijl

Spinello Projects Miami, Florida, USA 09/08/2016 – 11/08/2016

The hashtag has become a prime method of organization in our contemporary media environment. It’s technology is indecipherable to some, but it’s utility is simple. The power of one character (#) can isolate any word or phrase, removing it from its context, creating a powerful infrastructure space of words and images across social media platforms. For #tags, Bijl has

The hashtag has become a prime method of organization in our contemporary media environment. It’s technology is indecipherable to some, but it’s utility is simple. The power of one character (#) can isolate any word or phrase, removing it from its context, creating a powerful infrastructure space of words and images across social media platforms. For #tags, Bijl has

Power – Line

Power – Line

Agustina Woodgate

Spinello Projects Miami, Florida, USA 09/08/2016 – 11/08/2016

Power-Line is an installation of two new critical works —National Times and $8.05— that explore timekeeping as labor and value. Power-Line continues a series of works by Woodgate that investigate the ways in which the poetic-politics of infrastructure organize public and private space. Entering the exhibition through a long narrow hallway painted in fluorescent safety orange —the official color of OSHA

Power-Line is an installation of two new critical works —National Times and $8.05— that explore timekeeping as labor and value. Power-Line continues a series of works by Woodgate that investigate the ways in which the poetic-politics of infrastructure organize public and private space. Entering the exhibition through a long narrow hallway painted in fluorescent safety orange —the official color of OSHA

Renaud Jerez

Renaud Jerez

Renaud Jerez

ICA Miami Miami, Florida, USA 07/08/2016 – 10/30/2016

In his first solo exhibition in the US, Berlin-based, French artist Renaud Jerez presents a site-specific installation created for ICA Miami. Part of an emergent generation of contemporary artists, Renaud works across disciplines, but with a concentration on sculpture —creating innovative, anthropomorphic, and apocalyptic forms. Using bandages, fabrics, and light industrial materials, the artist is

In his first solo exhibition in the US, Berlin-based, French artist Renaud Jerez presents a site-specific installation created for ICA Miami. Part of an emergent generation of contemporary artists, Renaud works across disciplines, but with a concentration on sculpture —creating innovative, anthropomorphic, and apocalyptic forms. Using bandages, fabrics, and light industrial materials, the artist is

Histories for the future Histories for the future

Histories for the future

Carlos Motta

Pérez Art Museum Miami Miami, Florida, USA 07/15/2016 – 01/15/2017

Attempting to provide counter narratives that shed light on the dynamics of contemporary forms of social oppression, Carlos Motta (b. 1978, Bogotá, Colombia; lives in New York) is a multidisciplinary artist that explores the discourses of sexuality, gender, identity, and minority culture in his works to challenge dominant histories. At times working as an activist

Attempting to provide counter narratives that shed light on the dynamics of contemporary forms of social oppression, Carlos Motta (b. 1978, Bogotá, Colombia; lives in New York) is a multidisciplinary artist that explores the discourses of sexuality, gender, identity, and minority culture in his works to challenge dominant histories. At times working as an activist

The Inverse The Inverse

The Inverse

Laura Lima

ICA Miami Miami, Florida, USA 06/03/2016 – 10/30/2016

At a pivotal moment in the artist’s practice and a time of heightened international interest in her work, Laura Lima is creating a new, site-specific installation for ICA Miami’s Atrium Gallery, marking the Brazilian artist’s first solo American museum exhibition. A conceptual artist who subverts the mediums of performance, sculpture, and painting, Lima subjects the body to juxtapositions with objects and

At a pivotal moment in the artist’s practice and a time of heightened international interest in her work, Laura Lima is creating a new, site-specific installation for ICA Miami’s Atrium Gallery, marking the Brazilian artist’s first solo American museum exhibition. A conceptual artist who subverts the mediums of performance, sculpture, and painting, Lima subjects the body to juxtapositions with objects and

A Universe of Fragile Mirrors A Universe of Fragile Mirrors

A Universe of Fragile Mirrors

Beatriz Santiago Muñoz

Pérez Art Museum Miami Miami, Florida, USA 02/18/2016 – 11/13/2016

Curated by María Elena Ortiz Beatriz Santiago Muñoz: A Universe of Fragile Mirrors marks the artist’s first exhibition in a US museum. Beatriz Santiago Muñoz (b. 1972, San Juan, Puerto Rico; lives in San Juan) creates video works that explore Caribbean environments, politics, and identity —specifically in Haiti and Puerto Rico—and counter stereotypical depictions of the region and

Curated by María Elena Ortiz Beatriz Santiago Muñoz: A Universe of Fragile Mirrors marks the artist’s first exhibition in a US museum. Beatriz Santiago Muñoz (b. 1972, San Juan, Puerto Rico; lives in San Juan) creates video works that explore Caribbean environments, politics, and identity —specifically in Haiti and Puerto Rico—and counter stereotypical depictions of the region and

No Man’s Land

No Man’s Land

Michele Abeles, Nina Chanel Abney, Njideka Akunyili Crosby, and more

Rubell Family Collection Miami, Florida, USA 12/02/2015 – 05/28/2016

No Man’s Land focuses on and celebrates work made by more than a hundred female artists of different generations, cultures and disciplines. These artists are represented by paintings, photographs, sculptures and video installations that entirely occupy the Foundation’s 28-gallery, 45,000-square-foot museum. Some galleries contain individual presentations while others present thematic groupings of artists. Several installations have

No Man’s Land focuses on and celebrates work made by more than a hundred female artists of different generations, cultures and disciplines. These artists are represented by paintings, photographs, sculptures and video installations that entirely occupy the Foundation’s 28-gallery, 45,000-square-foot museum. Some galleries contain individual presentations while others present thematic groupings of artists. Several installations have

Sun Splashed

Sun Splashed

Nari Ward

Pérez Art Museum MIami Miami, Florida, USA 11/19/2015 – 02/21/2016

Pérez Art Museum Miami presents Sun Splashed, the largest exhibition of Nari Ward’s found object sculptures and groundbreaking installations to date. This mid-career survey, featuring work from the 1990s to today, also showcases lesser-known aspects of his practice such as photography, video, and collage. Taken together, Ward’s oeuvre speaks with penetrating insight and imagination to

Pérez Art Museum Miami presents Sun Splashed, the largest exhibition of Nari Ward’s found object sculptures and groundbreaking installations to date. This mid-career survey, featuring work from the 1990s to today, also showcases lesser-known aspects of his practice such as photography, video, and collage. Taken together, Ward’s oeuvre speaks with penetrating insight and imagination to