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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

I Like Blue I Like Blue

I Like Blue

Ann Craven

Gallery Diet Miami, Florida, USA 11/30/2015 – 01/09/2016

Through these paintings, Craven converses with the histories of landscape painting and conceptual art, and with the passage of time itself. These paintings come from summers spent in Cushing, Maine, where Craven has kept a home and studio for years. At night, she paints the moon en plein air, often by candlelight. Slightly larger than a

Through these paintings, Craven converses with the histories of landscape painting and conceptual art, and with the passage of time itself. These paintings come from summers spent in Cushing, Maine, where Craven has kept a home and studio for years. At night, she paints the moon en plein air, often by candlelight. Slightly larger than a

Flying Towards the Ground Flying Towards the Ground

Flying Towards the Ground

Michael Namkung

Locust Projects Miami, Florida, USA 08/29/2015 – 10/10/2015

Locust Projects is pleased to present Flying Towards the Ground, a new project by California-born, Miami-based artist Michael Namkung, which explores humans’ desire for flight, and our concurrent fear of falling. The artist’s interdisciplinary art practice often draws on the language of sports training and athletic performance as a means to explore the sensory experience of drawing under

Locust Projects is pleased to present Flying Towards the Ground, a new project by California-born, Miami-based artist Michael Namkung, which explores humans’ desire for flight, and our concurrent fear of falling. The artist’s interdisciplinary art practice often draws on the language of sports training and athletic performance as a means to explore the sensory experience of drawing under

Stone Underground Stone Underground

Stone Underground

Jedediah Caesar

Locust Projects Miami, Florida, USA 08/29/2015 – 10/10/2015

Locust Projects is pleased to present Stone Underground, an exhibition of new work by Los Angeles-based artist Jedediah Caesar. Known for conceptual sculpture that mimics geological forms and processes, Caesar presents a new series of sculptures that extract inspiration from Miami’s subterranean realm. At the center of Stone Underground are Caesar’s Sovereign Stones – dyed blocks of the

Locust Projects is pleased to present Stone Underground, an exhibition of new work by Los Angeles-based artist Jedediah Caesar. Known for conceptual sculpture that mimics geological forms and processes, Caesar presents a new series of sculptures that extract inspiration from Miami’s subterranean realm. At the center of Stone Underground are Caesar’s Sovereign Stones – dyed blocks of the

Bananas

Bananas

George Woodman

Gallery Diet Miami, Florida, USA 06/19/2015 – 09/05/2015

Bananas brings together the work of Tanya Aguiniga, Fay Ray, Chloe Seibert, Emmett Moore and George Woodman. These distinctly different practices each with their own intentionality come together to delight in a perverse tropical utopia. The works in the show speak a language particular to the heat of the mid-summer months. For decades, George Woodman

Bananas brings together the work of Tanya Aguiniga, Fay Ray, Chloe Seibert, Emmett Moore and George Woodman. These distinctly different practices each with their own intentionality come together to delight in a perverse tropical utopia. The works in the show speak a language particular to the heat of the mid-summer months. For decades, George Woodman

Guccivuitton Guccivuitton

Guccivuitton

Curated by Alex Gartenfeld

ICA Miami Miami, Florida, USA 05/14/2015 – 09/25/2015

Over the past two years, Guccivuitton has staked out a unique position that meditates on the rich history of artist-run galleries while presenting content that reflects authentic regional material and vernacular culture. The exhibition at ICA Miami demonstrates the collective’s interests in challenging notions of authorship, the traditional role of the artist and the value

Over the past two years, Guccivuitton has staked out a unique position that meditates on the rich history of artist-run galleries while presenting content that reflects authentic regional material and vernacular culture. The exhibition at ICA Miami demonstrates the collective’s interests in challenging notions of authorship, the traditional role of the artist and the value

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SSOftlly

Kelly Akashi

Michael Jon Gallery Miami, Florida, USA 05/09/2015 – 06/13/2015

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Diego Bianchi

Diego Bianchi

Pérez Art Museum Miami, Florida, USA 02/19/2015 – 07/26/2015

Interested in erosion, entropy, decadence, and destruction, Diego Bianchi (b. 1969, Buenos Aires, Argentina) produced a new large-scale installation for PAMM’s project gallery adjacent to the museum’s main entrance. Bianchi is known for his multi-part sculptural projects using found and manipulated materials, including defunct technologies or recently discarded commercial products, which reflects his interest in ideas

Interested in erosion, entropy, decadence, and destruction, Diego Bianchi (b. 1969, Buenos Aires, Argentina) produced a new large-scale installation for PAMM’s project gallery adjacent to the museum’s main entrance. Bianchi is known for his multi-part sculptural projects using found and manipulated materials, including defunct technologies or recently discarded commercial products, which reflects his interest in ideas

HORSE HORSE

HORSE

Mateo Tannatt

Gallery Diet Miami, Florida, USA 03/13/2015 – 05/02/2015

Gallery Diet is delighted to announce the first solo presentation of works by Mateo Tannatt in Miami. Tannatt is an L.A.-based artist who deals with formal inquisitions of space via sculpture, video, and painting. His most recent project, Studio Agony (Revisited) will be on view alongside a newly commissioned sound piece. In the video, Mateo

Gallery Diet is delighted to announce the first solo presentation of works by Mateo Tannatt in Miami. Tannatt is an L.A.-based artist who deals with formal inquisitions of space via sculpture, video, and painting. His most recent project, Studio Agony (Revisited) will be on view alongside a newly commissioned sound piece. In the video, Mateo