The upcoming shows of Jennifer Lefort and Andrew Casto are featured in the Miami Edition of the March/April South Florida Luxury Guide as The Art of Wandering.
Jennifer Lefort explores abstraction’s winding roads with paintings featuring punches of color and distorted patterns. Ceramic sculptor Andrew Casto parallels Lefort’s showcase with Revelatory Derivé, which examines Guy Debord’s psychological theory of derivé (meaning “drifting” in French), a method of experimental behavior in urban society, which involves the “rapid passage through varied ambiances.”
Mindy Solomon Gallery is pleased to present the inaugural solo exhibitions of artists Jennifer Lefort and Andrew Casto. Both artists explore the possibilities of abstraction through movement, gesture, surface and palette. On view at the gallery March 11th–May 14th, 2017 at 8397 NE 2nd Avenue, Miami in Little River. An opening reception will take place Saturday, March 11th from 6-9pm; artist Andrew Casto will attend.
Mindy Solomon is please to present painters Jiha Moon and Jennifer Lefort at the Texas Contemporary Art Fair. Texas Contemporary, Houston’s leading contemporary and modern art fair, brings the country’s best galleries to the area’s discerning collector base. Featuring a range of works and mediums, Texas Contemporary presents what is new in art as well as a focused representation of interests for this unique city.
VIP PREVIEW //
Thursday September 29, 2016 5:30pm to 10:00pm
PUBLIC FAIR HOURS:
Friday, September 30 11:00am to 7:00pm
Saturday, October 1 11:00am to 7:00pm
Sunday, October 2 12:00pm to 6:00pm
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Porcelain, underglaze, glaze, Synthetic hair, hand knots, wire, plastic beads
10 x 9 x 5.5 inches
Peach Mask III, 2016
Ink and Acrylic on Hanji
41 x 39 inches
Ink and Acrylic on Hanji on Fabric mounted on Panel
16″ x 20″
Jennifer Lefort // Traces
60 x 48 inches
oil and spray paint on canvas
Jennifer Lefort // Where Things Start
72 x 60 inches
oil on canvas
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
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 //
Wookjae Maeng // A Large Family no.2 // 2015 // 18.9 x 7.9 x // 10 inches // Porcelain, Slip Casting
Wookjae Maeng // The Imperceptible-Dog // 2015 // 7.5 x 5.6 x 7 inches // Porcelain, Slip Casting
Wookjae Maeng // A Life-support System // 2014 // 6.3 x 6.3 x 11.9 inches // Porcelain, Slip Casting
Wookjae Maeng // A Large Family no.1 // 2014 // 9.4 x 7 x 18 inches // Porcelain, Slip Casting
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!
Intimate Strangers on our Facebook //
Read the Full Press Release //
Check out a few of our Instagram shots from Christina’s opening reception.
Hi Fructose aptly describes Christina West‘s Intimate Strangers as both serious and playful. We can’t wait to see even more responses to the full exhibition, now on view as of this week!
>> Read the full article here <<
Christina West // Tits (Back View) // 2014 // 22 x 10 x 12 inches // Pigmented hydrocal and spray paint
Christina West // Stranger #3 // 2015 // 32 x 12.5 x 7 inches // painted aqua resin