Published on 04 November 2011 by Anne Tschida in All Communities, Miami “Frozen in the Fire” by Mira Lehr. Miamians might not be that familiar with the paintings of Mira Lehr, even though she is a long-time resident of Miami Beach. Her work has been shown more […]Read More
In the case of Sebastian Spreng, a single landscape is rendered ad infinitum: the interior of a poetic imagination that gives rise to rivers, seas, ships enveloped in mist, hazy mountains and woods, moons and thresholds of architectures that are spatial-temporal vortices where the modes of creation converge.Read More
SET- Seven string instruments are amplified and electronically processed, manipulated live by Begin, shattering the expectations of a formal orchestral experience. In conjunction, 5 bodies create tense cinematic episodes of moving images and moving architecture both live on stage and recorded, warping the expectations of the space and of storytelling. “we wanted to create a world full of distortion and disorientation, both sonically and visually, zooming into how terrifying this could be, or exciting, or liberating or..!”Read More
A debut solo exhibition by Nicole Salcedo.
The artist will be exhibiting a series of drawings depicting the different manifestations of an imaginary figure dubbed as “chichalamanka”. Acting as entryways into another world, these intuitively created and mythologically inspired works imbue the space with an energy that is both welcoming and slightly haunting.
Kevin Paulsen’s artisitc silhouettes are fashioned as if they are relics of a lost world. Forged from nature and folly and influenced by the emotional poetry of Pablo Neruda, Paulsen’s blending of positivism and mysticism are created into pigment on plaster pieces. “Alternative” poetry will be on display September 10th through the 24th.Read More
Miami Best Artist – Pablo Cano – Best Of Miami – Miami New Times Best Of Award Best Artist – 2011 Pablo Cano Share http://canoart.com When he’s not dumpster-diving or rifling through the shelves of his favorite thrift stores, Pablo Cano can be found in the garage behind his Little Havana home turning junk […]Read More
“Salad Bar” is a playful invitation into a philosophical introspection about our role in the world, our motivations, dreams, and endeavors. Moreover, it is above all a call for conciliation with nature, art, and ourselves. Bon appétit…”
Janet BatetRead More
“…Spreng is a cultivated sort, and his work has a gentle quality reflective of the 19th century, when visual art, music and poetry were combining to produce big, earnest art with ennobling ambitions for educated patrons. Music is always part of the equation in Spreng’s world…”
Tom AustinRead More