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: […]

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 […]

“Cathedrals of Consumption” at Spinello Projects

Cathedrals of Consumption, curated by Guillermo Leon Gomez, transformed the main gallery space at Spinello Projects into a quasi-home design showroom with works by Gabriele Beveridge, Andy Coolquitt, Kalup Linzy, Ad Minoliti, Bert Rodriguez, Amanda Ross-Ho, and Mika Rottenberg. Coinciding with the Maison&Objet Americas international design fair, the exhibition presents works that use or transform […]

Cara Despain “Slow Burn” at Spinello Projects

Spinello Projects presents the gallery’s first solo exhibition from Miami-based artist Cara Despain. Much of the identity of a country and its attendant cultural disposition can be attributed to settlement and the acquisition of land and ultimately, wealth–in the US and elsewhere. These things historically have often been won by the use of force–both overtly […]