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Leyden Rodriguez-Casanova in NEW DIALOGUES: GROUP EXHIBITION, at Alejandra von Hartz Gallery, Miami

Until August 16, 2014

Alejandra Von Hartz Gallery
2630 NW 2nd Avenue
Miami, FL 33127

Alejandra von Hartz Gallery is pleased to announce its group summer exhibition: New Dialogues.

This is a curatorial exercise, work in progress, that will reflect on the resignificance of the work of art through dialogue, contextualization, association, and juxtaposition. Throughout the summer, selected works of the gallery’s artists will share the space creating situations that will generate or identify new perspectives.

The first round will include works by Marta ChilindronMatthew DelegetMarcolina DipierroJuan Pablo Garza,Pachi GiustinianLynne Golob GelfmanArtur LescherLori NozickLeyden Rodriguez-Casanova, and Sam Winston.

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Leyden Rodriguez Casanova

by:Jordan Levin

Miami Herald  – September 22, 2013


For five years, visual artists Leyden Rodriguez Casanova and Frances Trombly were happily ensconced in a rent-free studio in the Design District, adding to the cachet that helped the neighborhood boom as a cultural destination.

As their landlord and patron, developer Craig Robins, began transforming the area into a luxury shopping destination, the couple went looking for a new home. They tried Miami Beach, Wynwood and Little River before moving last summer to Miami’s next cultural frontier: Downtown.


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Cristina Lei Rodríguez and Leyden Rodríguez-Casanova in South Florida Cultural Consortium Exhibition 2011

Sept. 10 – Oct. 16, 2011

Opening Reception: Fri., Sept. 9, 6 – 9 pm

Art and Culture Center of Hollywood

650 Harrison St.
Hollywood, FL 33020

The Art and Culture of Hollywood is honored to present for the first time in its 30+ year history, the exhibition of winners of the 23rd Annual South Florida Cultural Consortium Visual and Media Arts Fellowship Awards.

The recipients were selected during a two-tier panel process which included the participation of regional and national arts experts.

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El hecho cotidiano como acto creativo (Leyden Rodriguez-Casanova y Frances Trombly)

By Janet Batet

El Nuevo Herald, Miami

1 de mayo de 2011

Asumir el hecho cotidiano como acto creativo y hacer de ese acto creativo un hecho cotidiano es el sino que ha marcado a una de las parejas más carismáticas y queridas dentro del entorno artístico de Miami. Me refiero al dueto integrado por Frances Trombly y Leyden Rodríguez-Casanova, quienes por primera vez aúnan fuerzas en una exposición a cuatro manos.

Come Together es el título de la muestra que, inspirada en la popular canción de los Beatles, abre sus puertas al público en el Bass Museum of Arts de Miami Beach y donde la pareja logra una acertada simbiosis de estilos.

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Leyden Rodriguez-Casanova in group show Sight Specific: Explorations in Space, Vision and Sound

April 15- September 4, 2011

Museum of Art/Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

Eleven South Florida artists were invited by Freddy Jouwayed, the Museum of Art’s Chief Exhibition Designer, to create installations within the confines of specified areas of the second floor galleries. Many of the works in Sight Specific were created on the spot and others were adapted from previous installations and expanded upon. All are fresh reactions to the Museum’s wonderful Edward Larrabee Barnes-designed modernist structure, itself a sculptural achievement, and to the very public forum it and our visitors provide.

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Come together: Frances Trombly and Leyden Rodriguez-Casanova

Miami Beach, FL

March 23 – June 19, 2011

Bass Museum of Art, Miami
2100 Collins Avenue (between 21st & 22nd)
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
t: 305.673.7530
f: 305.673.7062

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