Naama Tsabar: Transitions #3 at Spinello Projects

Transitions #3, the Miami debut solo exhibition by New York-based artist Naama Tsabar, is running concurrently with Art Basel Miami Beach 2016 at Spinello Projects. Tsabar presents an installation comprised of three evolving bodies of work which examine human sociality and behavior through the relation of body and space and the underlying role of intimacy […]

Agustina Woodgate: Power – Line at Spinello Projects

With Power-Line, Spinello Projects presented Argentine artist Agustina Woodgate’s fourth solo exhibition with the gallery. 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 […]

Lynne Golob Gelfman: sometimes random at Noguchi Breton

With “sometimes random,” Noguchi Breton presents 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 […]

A Nice Show – a pop-up exhibition by Nice’n Easy at &gallery in Miami

Nice’n Easy, a collaborative endeavor by artists Allison Matherly and Jeffrey Noble, presents new works in a pop-up exhibition at Miami’s &gallery. The exhibition, simply titled “A Nice Show” features paintings, sculpture and a site-specific installation referencing Miami, and exploring movement and reflection. The artists’subtropical vernacular is expressed via the incorporation of plants, depiction of […]

Bhakti Baxter: First Light at Nina Johnson Gallery

Bhakti Baxter’s third solo exhibition at Nina Johnson Gallery (formerly Gallery Diet), entitled “First Light,” serves as an ode to the Florida landscape. The exhibition features a new series of water-based drawings, hand-made surfboards, and sculptures made from detritus found in and around the Biscayne Bay. The unifying element of the works in “First Light: […]

From Eden to Sahara

The group exhibition “From Eden to Sahara” – presented by 131 Projects – took its title from a book authored in 1920’s Florida by John Kunkel Small. Based on the explorations presented in the book organizer, curator and artist Gustavo Oviedo selected works that represent a contemporary view on the themes examined in the book, […]

Photos from the Studio Museum in Harlem

The Studio Museum in Harlem is the nexus for artists of African descent locally, nationally and internationally and for work that has been inspired and influenced by black culture. It is a site for the dynamic exchange of ideas about art and society. Rodney McMillian – Views From Main Street Ebony G. Patterson – …When […]

An Interview with Clara Varas

Your art blurs the lines between painting, sculpture and installation. What is the starting point for your works? I think for me, there is no particular reason to choose either painting or sculpture. I think for me, one dictates the other. It usually has to do with whatever material I find or sometimes the work […]

Giovanni Beltran Presents Primitive Hut

At VersaceVersaceVersace Giovanni Beltran presents the group show Primitive Hut, curated by Jonathan Gonzalez. The exhibition explores material primacy through the work of 7 international designers. The pieces, both new and existing, have been chosen for their willingness to allow material to dictate both formal and functional outcomes, while building upon and reacting against a […]

Nicola Doran: Prick

Nicole Doran’s solo project Prick on view at Spinello Projects features ceramic designs caricaturing the phallus as well as the artist’s Bathroom Paintings. The ceramic sculptures, vessels for self-assurance and reminders of the dangers of post-modern ego, are filled with succulent plants and cacti. The colorful display resembles the set up in a store, sourcing […]