Christina West‘s recent interview with CFile‘s Garth Clark offers revealing insight into the sculptor’s methods and process. The artist speaks about her relationship material and how her influences have changed throughout her career.
>> Read the full interview and enjoy more images of West’s bold work here. <<
We are thrilled to host Christina West’s first Miami solo exhibition at Mindy Solomon Gallery next week! Don’t miss the opening reception of Intimate Strangers on Friday, May 29th from 6-9pm.
Christina West // Stranger #2, 2015, 42 x 15 x 13 inches, painted aqua resin
Christina West // Stranger #3 (back view), 2015, 32 x 12.5 x 7 inches, painted aqua resin
Mindy Solomon Gallery was tagged on Exploregram with Pierre Mabille‘s solo project for VOLTA11 in Basel. Be sure to follow us on Instagram to catch all of our exciting hashtags!
Pierre Mabille // Untitled // 2014 // acrylic on canvas // 162 x 195 cm
Check out this beautiful feature on Mindy Solomon Gallery – one of only two Miami-based galleries to appear in Art Market San Francisco this year.
>>> Read the full WUM blog post here <<<
Roberto Gomez, Untitled, 2014, ink on latex paint on canvas
Marc Lambrechts, Karma XII, 2007, oil on banana leaves on wood
Sungyee Kim, Meditation 35, 2014, acrylic paint, Sumi ink and mixed media on panel
Gallery artist Dominique Labauvie will be featured in the group exhibition FUSION at the Museum of History, Industry and Steel in Reichshoffen, France, opening this Friday, April 24th. Works on view are curated from the Regional Collection of Contemporary Art in Alsace, France.
Happy Birthday, William Pachner!
Mindy Solomon Gallery is proud to represent William Pachner, one of the most distinguished artists ever to live in the Tampa Bay area, who turns 100 on Friday, April 17th. In celebration, the Museum of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg, FL is presenting a select installation, William Pachner: Centenary, in the Lee Malone Gallery from Friday, April 10th, through Sunday, July 26th. Katherine Pill, Assistant Curator of Art after 1950, has selected the works. The MFA is fortunate to have 13 works by Mr. Pachner in the collection.
The MFA at 255 Beach Drive N.E. has a world-class collection, with works by Monet, Gauguin, Renoir, Morisot, Cézanne, Rodin, O’Keeffe, and many other great artists. Also displayed are ancient Greek and Roman, Egyptian, Asian, African, pre-Columbian, and Native American art. The photography collection is one of the largest and finest in the Southeast.
Gallery artist Gary Petersen‘s solo show earlier this year at Theodore Art was reviewed in this April’s ArtNews. Congratulations to Gary and the gallery for such a well-received show!
As reviewed, “Petersen…uses assured, playful geometric configuration to striking effect.”
Gary Petersen // Untitled B-G 3
2011 // 10 x 8 inches //
Gouache on canvas
ArtNews // April 2015
We are proud to announce that the Dallas Museum of Art has selected Gary Petersen‘s work Double Up for its permanent collection, by way of the prestigious American Academy of Arts & Letters 2014 purchase award.
Gary Petersen // Double Up / 2013 / 20 x 16 inches / Acrylic and oil on masonite panel