Category : Exhibits – Past

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Maria Martinez-Cañas: What Remains, at Julie Saul Gallery, NY

September 10 – October 24, 2015

Opening reception: Thursday, September 10, 6-8 pm

Julie Saul Gallery
535 West 22nd Street
New York, NY – 10011   

Julie Saul Gallery is pleased to announce our sixth solo exhibition of Cuban-American Maria Martinez-Cañas, that will bring together two distinct and temporally disparate bodies of work: vintage photographic prints from the artist’s formative years in the early 1980s and new works on paper. Throughout her career, Martinez-Cañas has experimented with alternative processes and is known for exploring the subjects of identity, body, and nature. Presenting techniques that range from appropriation to photo collage, What Remains, aims to explore the dichotomy of presence and absence of the subject.

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Miami Dade College and CINTAS Foundation Announces Visual Arts Fellowship Finalists

MDC’s Art Gallery System will showcase the works of visual arts finalists at an exhibition at the Iconic Freedom Tower
Miami, October 14, 2011 – After reviewing nearly 100 submissions from around the world, the CINTAS Foundation has selected ten finalists in the visual arts category for its annual CINTAS Foundation Fellowship competition. They are Ivan Abreu, Harold Batista, Domingo Castillo, Ivan Depena, Coco Fusco, Jillian Mayer, Fabian Pena, Dinorah de Jesus Rodriguez, Ruben Torres Llorca, and Juana Valdes.
Miami Dade College (MDC), the new home of the world-renowned CINTAS Fellows Collection, will host an exhibition of this year’s visual arts finalists. The CINTAS Fellows Finalists Exhibition opens with an invitation-only reception at 7 p.m.Thursday, Oct. 27,at the college’s Freedom Tower.

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Victor Varela paintings at Westside Fragrances Gallery, NY

Oct. 27 – Nov. 17, 2011

Opening Reception: Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011 6pm

Westside Fragrances Gallery

210 11th Avenue, Suite 1003,
NY, NY, 10001
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Art Platform LA to exhibit Jose Bedia, Angel Delgado

30 SEPT. – 3 OCT., 2011

The Art Platform – Los Angeles art fair will demonstrate the rich and diverse cultural landscape of Southern California and underscore Los Angeles’ influential position within the contemporary art world.

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October 12 to 16, 2011

Salon d’Automne, Grand Palais

Champs Elysées, Paris

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PERIPLOS, exposición 20 aniversario de Allegro Galería, Panamá

Inauguración: 12 de octubre de 2011 . 7pm

12 de octubre – 9 de noviembre, 2011


Calle 73, San Francisco #16
Panamá, Rep. de Panamá


Gustavo Acosta

Luis Cruz Azaceta

Carlos Estévez

René Gómez Ome

Silfrido Ibarra

José Rodríguez

Pablo Soria

Amalia Tapia

Oscar Danilo Vargas

Julio Zachrisson

Brooke Alfaro

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Teresita Fernández: NIGHT WRITING at Singapore Tyler Print Institute

September 22 – October 29, 2011

American artist, Teresita Fernández, is recognised for her sublime sculptures and installations responding to nature. Her works aim to create an intimate experience, with viewers playing a pivotal role in completing the works’ meaning and visual significance.

Artist webpage at Lehmann Maupin

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WILLIAMS CARMONA: “Lo parecido, nunca será igual” – Obra Galería Alegría, San Juan, PR

Inauguración: jueves, 22 septiembre, 2011 – 7.30pm

22 septiembre – 15 octubre, 2011

Obra Galería Alegría

301 Calle Cruz, Viejo San Juan
Puerto Rico 00901
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María Martínez-Cañas solo show at Schneider Gallery, Chicago

September 9 – November 1, 2011

Schneider Gallery

230 West Superior Street
Chicago, IL 60654

María Martínez-Cañas is celebrated as one of the most important and influential Cuban born American artists of today. By choosing not to use any of the traditional techniques in photography, Martínez-Cañas has remained dedicated to experimental methods throughout her career. Formally compared to the Dadaists, she has truly made the medium her own with her unique processes and exploratory advances within the foundations of the art.

Her career began in 1982 and has since been shown countless times across the nation. She has received many awards and commissions and continuously proves to be a primary contender in the contemporary art world.

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George Sanchez Calderon in group show HIS WIFE AND HER LOVER at Primary Projects, Miami

September 10 – October 1, 2011

Artist Panel Discussion | Moderated by George Sanchez Calderon | Friday, September 16, 2011 | 7:30 pm SHARP

Primary Projects

4141 NE 2nd Avenue, Suite 104,
Miami Design District
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Rogelio López Marín (Gory): Selected Photographs 1985 – 1994 at FARSIDE GALLERY, Miami

September 21 – October 28, 2011

Opening Reception: Saturday, September 24

Farside Gallery

1305 SW 87th Avenue,
Miami, FL 33174

by appointment 305-264-3355

Rogelio López Marín (Gory) was born in Havana, Cuba and he lives and works in Miami, FL. He has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting from the National School of Art in Havana. He took a Photographic and Graphic Design course under the tutorial of the Cuban artist Raúl Martínez and has a Master of Art History from the University of Havana.

This exhibition contains over twenty important photographic works by Gory for the period between 1985 and 1994. The work displayed encompasses a series with a marked conceptualist interest with texts by Michael Ende (It’s Only Water in a Stranger’s Tear) and poems by his wife Lucia Ballester and includes more orthodox photographs, with a marked conceptual closeness to documentary photography. All the works are linked by the same toned gelatin silver print technique that gives them a formal unity accentuated by the artist’s unique vision.

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Fabián Peña – Solo show at David Castillo Gallery, Miami

October 6- November 5, 2011

David Castillo Gallery

2234 NW 2nd Avenue
Miami, Florida 33127
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Alejandro López: ODD RHETORIC ODE part two, at 17 Frost Art Space, Brooklyn, NY

September 24 – October 22, 2011

Opening Reception: Saturday, September 24, 2011


17 Frost Art Space

17 Frost Street,
between Lorimer St. and Union Ave.
Williamsburg, Brooklyn
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Anthony Goicolea: PATHETIC FALLACY at Postmasters Gallery, NY

September 10 – October 15, 2011

Opening: Saturday, September 10, 6 – 8 PM

Postmasters Gallery

459 West 19th Street

Postmasters is pleased to present Pathetic Fallacy, an exhibition of new drawings and photographs by ANTHONY GOICOLEA. This will be the artist’s fourth solo show at the gallery. Central to the exhibition is a forty-foot long wall of layered drawings, large and small, rendered in graphite and ink on mylar.

The term “pathetic fallacy,” coined by John Ruskin in Modern Painters (1856), describes the treatment of inanimate objects and places as if they had human feelings, thoughts, or sensations.

In this new group of photographs and drawings nature takes on anthropomorphic characteristics. A new, uneasy equilibrium is created as human and animal bodies merge, trees grow hair and pump blood, flies multiply into tornadoes and wild dogs settle in the ruins of a home.

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Luis Gispert: DECEPCIÓN, at Mary Boone Gallery, NY

September 8 – October 22, 2011

Opening reception: September 8, 5 -7 pm

Mary Boone Gallery

745 Fifth Ave. # 405
New York, NY 10151
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Luis Cruz Azaceta: LIMBO at Southeastern Contemporary Art Gallery, Louisiana

September 8 – September 30

Opening Reception:

September 8 5pm – 7pm

Southeastern Contemporary Art Gallery

100 East Stadium
on the Southeastern Louisiana University
Hammond, LA 70402
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Gean Moreno and Ernesto Oroza in HARD POEMS IN SPACE, Design District Space. Nektar De Stagni Shop, MIAMI

Opening September 8th 2011, 7 to 10 pm

Design District Space.
Nektar De Stagni Shop
155 ne 38th St.
Miami Design District.
Open Daily 11am to 6pm
786 556 3033

The project, which began during the summer of 2011 through a series of workshops at NDS (Nektar De Stagni Shop) and Gallery Diet, was conceived in order to bring together invited Artists and Designers to make functional objects. Participants are working collaboratively or individually, but with the goal of creating an overall exchange between different practices, as well as to create a cohesive and interactive social environment, to open on Fashion’s Night Out on September 8th, through December, 2011, at the NDS

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George Sánchez Calderón:“The Family of Man”

Until October 8

De la Cruz Collection

23 NE 41st Street,
Miami, Florida

By Shana Beth Mason | August 16, 2011

Whitewall Magazine

It’s impossible to miss by the sounds of it: the clickety-clack of a split-flap departures board reverberated through a tiny ante room in the 30,000 square-foot De la Cruz Collection on the busiest evening of the month for art patrons in Miami, called “Second Saturday.” Entitled “The Family of Man,” after Edward Steichen’s landmark 1955 photography show at MoMA, Miami-based installation artist George Sánchez-Calderón revives the aforementioned exhibition’s concern with the migrations and transitions of the ordinary citizen, but also sharply comments on the seemingly intangible economic institutions and their lack of transition alongside that citizen’s thirst in their torrid, financially-driven world.


George Sánchez-Calderón received his MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) in 1995 and his BFA from Florida International University (FIU) in 1993. Sánchez-Calderón produced a true-scale recreation of Le Corbusier’s Villa Savoye beneath Florida Interstate I-95 during the first Art Basel Miami Beach in 2002. He will open a small gallery space in Downtown Miami called TOMORROWLAND in late 2011. Sánchez-Calderón lives and works in Miami.

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Lia Galleti – Reflections on Canvas

September 9th – October 1st, 2011
OPENS: Friday, September 9th, 2011 / 5pm – 7:30pm
10091 McGregor Boulevard
Fort Myers, FL 33919

Fresh off her studio in Fort Myers, this show represents Cuban born artist Lia Galletti’s most recent work, encompassing the last three years. Spaciously opening onto the Caribbean and saturated with drama and color, the artist’s paintings are abstract in style; they can be read like an experience emanating from the subconscious, the substance of which is filled with enigmatic images. The impact on the viewer is sensory, and further, the sensation is intensely introspective and surreal.

“I create my art to seek balance in my everyday life and an order within my innermost state of mind in the search for truth in myself and to transform my primitive expression into a universal image, refined through many layers of the ego. That order creates itself before my eyes at the tip of my brush, without a plan or previous knowledge. I let my hand explore at random while staining the canvas without a specific idea, other than to make my vision a reality.”

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Carlos Luna at Heather James Fine Art Gallery, Jackson, Wyoming

Tuesday, August 30 at 4:30pm – September 30 at 11:30pm

Heather James Fine Art Gallery Jackson, Wyoming

Expanding on the current mission of Jim Carona and Heather Sacre of Heather James Fine Art, and curated by acclaimed Los Angeles curator, Chip Tom, the Jackson gallery will continue to create dialogues between different art forms, time periods and genres through a broad range of exhibitions in nontraditional environments influenced by the surrounding landscape, light and other significant features of the area that uniquely represents Jackson.

Gallery website

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TRILOGIA CARIBE: Edouard Duval Carrie, Jose Bedia y Garcia Cordero at Lyle O. Reitzel, DR

Friday, September 2 at 7:00pm – October 15 at 12:00pm

Centro Cultural de España

Calle Arzobispo Meriño, Zona Colonial.
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

El Centro Cultural de España en Santo Domingo invita a la exposición “GLOBAL CARIBBEAN: CARIBBEAN TRILOGY”, una muestra de los artistas Edouard Duval-Carrié, José Bedia y José García Cordero a inaugurarse este viernes 2 de septiembre, a las 7 de la noche.

Curada por Edouard Duval-Carrié y Lyle O Reitzel, las obras seleccionadas son el reflejo de tres expresiones distintas y complementarias que proclaman la renovación y ascendencia del arte caribeño a través de tres reconocidos artistas que en la actualidad forman parte de importantes colecciones públicas y privadas en todo el mundo. Tres propuestas estéticas vinculadas entre sí ideológicamente por la radicalidad un discurso comprometidamente identitario.

El martes 6 de septiembre, Bedia, Edouard Duval-Carrié y José García Cordero impartirán una conferencia abierta al público titulada “El artista y su proceso de creación”, a las 6 de la tarde.

Gallery website

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Diango Hernández: ‘IF I SEND YOU THIS’ at Alexander and Bonin, NY

September 6–October 12, 2011

Alexander and Bonin

132 Tenth Avenue
between 18th and 19th streets
New York, NY

An exhibition of new work by Diango Hernández titled, If I send you this, will open at Alexander and Bonin on Tuesday, September 6th. For this exhibition the artist has transformed the architecture of the first floor gallery to accommodate two site specific installations.

In these installations the artist has re-imagined the geometric ‘cat eye’ of Gordon Matta-Clark’s 1975 “Days End” as an escape from a space of restriction to a space of freedom.

In the main gallery, Hernández is re-removing these shapes, ‘exeunts’ as he has termed them, from the walls and repurposing them as the tables of an imagined agency of international transit and transition. Each table is fitted with a center-piece; a square Plexiglas container within which international stamps circulate endlessly. By juxtaposing the ‘exeunt’ and signs of international correspondence, the artist draws from his experience of the American Embassy in Cuba; a building unused for its intended purpose since January 1961.

Artist website

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Yovani Bauta, Sergio Garcia in 10 ARTISTS – 10 SPACES, a curatorial juried exhibition – The American Pavilion Shanghai Art Fair 2011

September 14-18 |2011

American Pavilion

99 Xing Yi Rd., Hong Qiao Development Zone
Shanghai. P.R. CHINA

The American Pavilion Shanghai Art Fair 2011 is proud to present a curatorial juried exhibition entitled: 10 Artists – 10 Spaces.

Participating artists are Lorna Marsh, Karl Kueffel, Scott Ashley, Yuri Tuma, Grace Wawa Yang, OLEK, Blue McRight, Sergio Garcia, Yovani Bauta and Luy Ken.

“American contemporary art is as diverse as American artists.  They come from all around the globe in search of individual identity and the freedom for self-expression,” said Inez Suen, Curator for this international exhibition at Shanghai Mart.
American Pavilion website

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Felix Gonzalez Torres in group show GRANDES OBRAS MAESTRAS DEL SIGLO XX – Guatemala

Wednesday, August 24 7pm

Proyectos Ultravioleta

11 calle 5- 36B, z1
Ciudad de Guatemala, Guatemala

En facebook

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Pedro Vizcaino at Bird Road Art Walk, Miami

Saturday, Aug 20 7:00p to 10:00p

Bird Road Art District of the Palmetto Expressway & Bird Road
[sw 40 Street] between SW 75 Ave & SW 72 Ave.Miami,Fl
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Alexandre Arrechea: El objeto sacrificado/ The object sacrificed, at Galería Casado Santapau

September 15, 2011

5 – 10 pm
Galería Casado Santapau

Conde de Xiquena 5
28004 Madrid Spain

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Ana Mendieta in group show DISTANT STAR / ESTRELLA DISTANTE at Regen Projects and kurimanzutto

REGEN PROJECTS and REGEN PROJECTS II  — Jul 14, 2011 – Aug 20, 2011

633 North Almont Drive and 9016 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90069

kurimanzutto  — September 10 – October 29, 2011

Gob. Rafael Rebollar 94
Col. San Miguel Chapultepec
México D.F.

Regen Projects and kurimanzutto are pleased to present Distant Star / Estrella Distante an exhibition based on the writings of Chilean born writer Roberto Bolaño (b. 1953 – d. 2003). Bolaño’s writing — lyrical, evocative, transformative, political, and powerful — has been a common passion for many of the artists in this exhibition as well as the organizers. The exhibition is partly homage to the writer, and partly an exploration of the timbre and topicality of his works.

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Ramon Bofill, Western Charles, Brian Reedy at Art Center / South Florida

August 26th – October 2nd
August 27th 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Art Center / South Florida

800, 810, 924 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, FL 33139


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Bert Rodriguez, Luis Gispert in SUMMER TIME BLUES at Fredric Snitzer Gallery

August 3-September 5, 2011
Opening Reception: August 13th, 7:30-9:30 pm

Fredric Snitzer Gallery

2247 NW 1 Place
Miami, FL

Blue–statistically the most popular color–can soothe or electrify; it can convey mourning or celebration, melancholy or elation. Although we commonly associate both the Blues and Picasso’s “Blue Period” with suffering, the color blue can also connote erotic passion, security, infinity, purity, fluent thought, and spiritual ascension.

The Fredric Snitzer Gallery’s “Summer Time Blues” exhibition features artists ALICE AYCOCK, ZACK BALBER, LORIEL BELTRAN, TIMOTHY BUWALDA, SEAN DACK, JACIN GIORDANO, LUIS GISPERT, GAVIN PERRY, BERT RODRIGUEZ, DIEGO SINGH, and MICHAEL VASQUEZ, each of whom distinctly and intuitively explores the color which arguably has the greatest emotional and spiritual range.

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Proyecto – Composite Identity by Cuban artist Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada

Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada crea una imagen iconográfica y monumental, metáfora de la confluencia social que existe en Barcelona.

A partir de escaneos en 3D y el uso del diseño digital se obtiene un rostro compuesto con el que se realizará una escultura. Una exposición a tiempo real visibilizará los distintos estadios de la obra brindando información artística, conceptual, sociológica, estadística y tecnológica.

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