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The 10 Wynwood Gallery Shows You Need to See This November
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Vol. 10. e-news Nº 93 | NOVEMBER EDITION 2016
Wynwood Arts District
Luis Gonzalez Palma, Spectrum 4, 2016, Digital printing on rice paper, 7.48 x 5.91 in

Alejandra von Hartz


Through January 21, 2017

Luis Gonzalez Palma.


Invisibles Palpables.

Born in Guatemala in 1957, the creator’s output is strongly determined by the necessity to materialize sensitivity and emotion; to “conceptualize the utopic space of that which is not representable.”* In this sense, the most significant accomplishment of González Palma’s new work resides in radicalizing his visual concept, subjecting photographic images to a process of purgation that restores them to their maximum essence: abstraction.


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Jessica Mitrani, Traveling Lady, 014. Video-performance. Photo:Sasha Arutyunova

The Screening Room


November 28, 2016 – January 27, 2017

Traveling Lady.


Curated by Francine Birbragher

Multidisciplinary installation by Colombian-born, New York-based artist Jessica Mitrani.

The exhibition showcases five individual works reimagined from the film/performance Traveling Lady featuring the spirit of Nellie Bly (1864-1922), the 19th-century American writer, inventor, journalist and social worker who circled the globe in 72 days carrying little more than her clothes and a few items in her suitcase. Transcending the realms of the psychological, the physical, and the cosmic, the female character...

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Lillian Bassman. Black & White Fashion From the 50s and 60s

Dina Mitrani Gallery


Through December 30

Lillian Bassman.


Black & White Fashion From the 50s and 60s

Third collaborative project with Peter Fetterman Gallery, based in Los Angeles. Bassman’s unique graphic style of photography illustrates feminine mystique and glamour, as well as a courageous artist blurring the boundaries between fashion photography and fine art.

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Darya Warner, Life Textures / Purple Dendrobium, 2016, digital print, 31 x 23.5 in

Art|Bastion
October 22, 2016 – January 28, 2017

Sacred Geometries

Curated by Nico Kos

Featuring: Chris Levine, Andrea Hamilton, Darya Warner, Jasper Galloway, Troy Simmons, Annabelle Soriano, Lauren Shapiro, and Dominique Gerolini.


Participating in CONTEXT art miami
Booth 325

This show brings together an international group of artists to examine the influence of natural and manufactured geometries in contemporary practice. The show features over 20 works of varying mediums, styles and disciplines. This collection cultivates a myriad of interpretations of the concept of form. In this space we can discover why some artists seek comfort in repetitive forms, and why others reject such forms in search of new shapes and dimensions.

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Meyer Vaisman, Artist´s Signature enilK  znarF (Positive) 2014, Acrylic Jet on Poplar, 180 x 300 cm. Ed. 3 + 1 A.P

Ka.Be Contemporary

Untitled. Booth D5. Group Show.

Curated by Carla Arocha & Stéphane Schraenen.

Featuring: Antonio Asis, Carla Arocha & Stéphane Schraenen, Magdalena Correa, Jorge Eielson, José Antonio Hernandez-Diez, Jorge Pedro Nuñez, Edgar Orlaineta, Luca Pozzi, Meyer Vaisman and Sergio Vega.


Founded in December 2009, KaBe Contemporary has been at the vanguard of Miami’s growing contemporary art scene. Located in the burgeoning Wynwood Arts District, KaBe has showcased a variety of emerging and established international contemporary artists. Under the direction of Karina Belilty, KaBe has produced shows featuring diverse practices such as painting, photography, video, sculpture and installation.

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Mark Vasallo, Flower, 2013 (detail)

Wynwood 28 Art Gallery


October 8 – November 23

Mark Vasallo.

Flowers.

November 29 – February 15

The Best of the Year 2016.

Collective Show.

After visiting several cities around the world, “Flowers” the exhibition by Mark Vassallo arrives in Miami, offering a new perspective of seeing flowers. The British artist, who resides in Tokyo, addresses his work from a subtle look, which makes us recall the vibrant nudity found in the images of Robert Mapplethorpe and his flower collection.

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Rosario Bond, Inner Rhythms, 2015, Acrylic on Canvas, 92 x 108 in.(detail)

Curator's Voice Art Projects


November 26, 2016 – January 21, 2017

Participating in art concept

Premium Show

Curated by Milagros Bello PHD.

Daniel Ambrosi, Morela Avilan, Magaly Barnola-Otaola, Alan Belloso, Valentina Bilbao, Rosario Bond, Israel Carreno, Arlette Darmon Cohen, Adriana Dorta, Diana Font, Saul Galavis, Lugufelo, Karina Matheus, Christopher Pacillo, Sara Roitman, Gilberto Salazar, David Sanchez Vagnoni, Lorien Suarez-Kanerva, Paula Sarmiento, Wuilfredo Soto, Richard Valdes, Ivana Woscoboinik, Paula Woscoboinik.
 

THE FASHION EFFECT/FASHION AS ART

Maria Teresa Aristeguieta, Franco Montoro Couture.

Dr. Milagros Bello is a Miami based curator for Contemporary Art with a wide art experience and knowledge of international and local artists, as well as of Latin American Art.

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Nikolai Kasak, Action of Positive and Negative, 1952, Wood, 125 x 112 x 4.5 com (detail)

Sammer Gallery

Participating in PINTA

Shape


Arden Quin. Bonevardi. Bolivar. Caraduje. Carrera. De Haard. Downing. Freire. Hilgemann. Kasak. Martinez. Shaw.

Sammer Gallery LLC opened its doors in March 2002 on Ponce de Leon Blvd. in Miami, Florida. After 12 years, the gallery has become a reference for Latin American geometric-abstraction, both past and current. They have placed works in several museums and private Institutions.

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Graciela Sacco, Furia 1, 2016 heliography on translucent canvas, 113 x 87 in. (detail)

Diana Lowenstein Gallery


November 18, 2016 – January 28, 2017

Participating in art miami, Booth C 100

Graciela Sacco.

Adonde va la Furia?
Where does the fury go?

Where does dissatisfaction go? The frustration? Throwing a rock seems to be an image that releases tension from form. The image that is trapped is not accurate. Two fabrics, a flat the other curves … How to think of the past if a second in the present also offers traps to the gaze? And what happens when the form disintegrates in the air? When the irrationality of the senses becomes visible? When the form is the air we breathe?

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Magdalena Fernandez, 1/011, 2011, Dimensions Variable.

Ideobox ArtSpace


November 17, 2016 – January 17, 2017

Magdalena Fernández..

Climas.
Exhibition Series Uprooting Architecture Director: Roc Laseca

The Exhibition Series Uprooting Architecture reaches its end after a three-year program, with the site-specific project devised by Venezuelan artist Magdalena Fernández, who will present her installation 1i011 at Saludarte Foundation / Ideobox Artspace, along with a selection of her moving drawings and paintings, staging an environment that discusses the way thru which natural and artificial landscapes are perceived.

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