MIAMI — Oliver Sanchez should be an easy name for any perceptive Miami art enthusiast to pull from their mental archive. A widely respected sculpture fabricator who has worked with artists including Daniel Arsham, Bhakti Baxter, Piotr Uklanski, and Peter Coffin, to name a few, Sanchez is also a curious sort of curator: one who dispenses fringe histories with a blisteringly funny lilt. His refined madness was on full display during his latest exhibition, Pataphysics for Dummies: 100 Years of Artitude (1913–2013).
Shana Beth Mason
Shana Beth Mason is an art consultant and critic based in Miami. Mason is the Miami editor of Whitehot Magazine (New York) and contributions include Artfetch (London/Dublin), ArtVoices (Los Angeles), FlashArt International (Online), Whitewall, Miami Art Guide and Sculpture. Mason's forthcoming essay on performance in Miami will be published in Artillery Magazine this spring.