Following a recent interview with Mindy Solomon Gallery artist Christina West, Garth Clark published an article featuring West’s Intimate Strangers exhibition this week on CFile. Clark give a special nod to Christina’s painted aqua resin figures (often larger than life), calling the work “deftly-executed and arresting.” We love having Christina’s “strangers” in the gallery, particularly as our last exhibit before we move to our new home in the Little River neighborhood of Miami. Today is the last day to see the show; don’t miss it!
Gallery artist Roberto Gomez has been very busy; we love seeing his work around Miami! He has been praised by the media for being “colorful to South Florida,” and shares how his experience on his family’s produce farm helped shape his unique style in this culture feature in Ocean Drive.
Have a look at a few of Gomez’s stunning recent works below.
Gallery artist Wookjae Maeng was recently featured in Hi Fructose for his one-of-a-kind surrealistic animal sculptures. In this article, Maeng states: “In my work I hope to provide an opportunity—however brief—for modern man to consider the realities of the environment in which he exists, even as he continues his daily existence indifferent to it.”
See a few of our favorite new works below, and read the full Hi Fructose article here //
The media is taking notice of Christina West‘s first Miami solo show, Intimate Strangers, at Mindy Solomon Gallery. The exhibition has been chosen as a top pick of major publications including the visual art guides of the Miami Herald and Miami.com, and international Interview Magazine.
Intimate Strangers is on view through July 3rd; come experience this show for yourself!
Check out a few of our Instagram shots from Christina’s opening reception.
Please join us in congratulating Mindy Solomon Gallery artist Gregorio Peño as the recipient of first prize at the 7th Talavera International Ceramics Biennale in Spain. Congratulations, Gregorio, on this prestigious accomplishment!