Opening Reception // Saturday, March 26th from 7-9pm
All three artists in attendance!
We are thrilled to present Osamu Kobayashi and Paul Pagk in a vibrant exhibition of color at texture, complemented by Lauren Mabry’s exquisite new sculptural body of work ‘Contain or Deliver.’ Don’t miss the rare opportunity to talk with all three artists at our Opening Reception! Lauren Mabry also gives a talk Saturday at 6pm at the gallery, to the MIAMI MATERIAL ART ALLIANCE, generously sponsored by Abby Chase.
Lauren Mabry // Contain or Deliver
11 x 19 x 18 inches
earthenware, slips, glaze
Osamu Kobayashi // Two
20 x 18 inches
Oil on linen
Untitled Green In Organge
76 x 74 inches
Oil on linen
There’s still time to experience Jeremy Chadler’s ‘Spotted at First Light,’ on view through March 19th. Recently featured in Miami Art Guide, the platform describes the series as work that “repurpose methods utilized by hunting and military culture, converting otherwise weaponized techniques into benign aesthetic devices, through ways of storytelling.”
>> Read the full article here.
Jeremy Chandler // Untitled
46 x 57.5 inches
Archival Ink-jet Print
Jeremy Chandler // Self-Immolation Test
57.5 x 46 inches
Archival Ink-jet Print
Dominique Labauvie’s series The Seven Mirrors of the Artist’s Soul will be featured at the NEW PRINTS 2016/WINTER Exhibit presented by the International Print Center New York (IPCNY). NEW PRINTS is a series of juried exhibitions organized by IPCNY three times each year featuring prints made within the past twelve months. Dominique’s series was selected from over 2,000 submissions as a unique and innovative example of print work from the last year, and is on view through March 26th in New York.
>> Find more information on NEW PRINTS 2016/WINTER here.
>> See more of Dominique Labauvie’s print and sculpture work on our website.
The Seven Mirrors of the Artist’s Soul: Discovering, Making, Learning, Singing, Building, Traveling, Growing
Woodcut on Maple Veneer. Edition: 7
20 x 16 inches
Printed by Erika Greenberg-Schneider and assisted by Kristin Sarrette; published by Bleu Acier Inc. (FL).
International Print Center New York is a non-profit institution founded in 2000 to promote the greater appreciation and understanding of the fine art print. Through innovative programming, it fosters a climate for the enjoyment, examination and serious study of artists’ prints—from old master to contemporary. Three New Prints shows each season form the core of IPCNY’s exhibition programming.
Mindy Solomon is thrilled to present Jeremy Chandler at this year’s Moving Image New York fair. His new short film “Prone Position” will be on view March 3-6.
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A cloaked figure waits alone, crouched in an icy, wind-swept landscape, concealed by a garment assembled from nearby plant-matter. Throughout the film, an ambiguous connection to the land is established, as the figure engages in a series of cryptic movements, mimicking its surrounding environment.
Jeremy Chandler // Prone Position (still)
2015 // 2 minutes 40 seconds // Short Film
We are thrilled to showcase the beautifully complex new works of Linda Lopez at this year’s VOLTA NY. We hope you can join us March 2-6 at the fair and visit us in Booth E10. If you can’t make it, here’s a peek and Linda’s craftsmanship below. Enjoy!
Linda Lopez // Three Hundred Years of Now // 2015
49.5 x 28.5 x 11.75 inches //
Ceramic, wood, paint, fabric, string, gouache on paper
Linda Lopez // Someone Somewhere // 2015
17.5 x 18.5 x 7.5 inches // Ceramic, fabric, wood, paint, and frond
Linda Lopez // Someone’s Devil // 2015
24.5 x 60 x 11.5 // Ceramic, wood, frame, paint, ink and gouache on paper
Anticipation is high for this year’s Art Wynwood taking place February 11-16, and we are thrilled to be part of a featured booth curated by MADA (Miami Art Dealers Association). Art Wynwood Director Grela Orihuela sat down with Miami New Times to talk about this year’s line-up and events:
“We’ll be showing some spectacular works by James Kennedy, Kang Hyo Lee, and Osamu Kobayashi.”
>> Read the full interview here.
Osamu Kobayashi // Splinter // 52 x 55 inches // oil on canvas
James Kennedy // Ponderis // 64 x 64 inches // Acrylic polymer on Incised Eucalyptus Masonite, Walnut Framed
Kang Hyo Lee // Puncheong Mountain Water // 71 x 65 x 66 cm // Ceramic with ash glaze