The artist captured both unbridled joy and unseen loneliness, both the carefree follies of youth and, equally, the heartaches that come with them.
Husband-and-wife artist duo Rotem Tamir and Omri Zin created a pair of elaborate contraptions to help them laboriously make balloons and ink inside the gallery.
Typically a stronghold of painting, the NADA Miami Beach fair is awash in clay sculpture this year.
Artist and composer Alexis Gideon synesthetically examines the nebulous line between memory and truth in The Comet and the Glacier, on view at Locust Projects.
MIAMI — Initially, the title of Bryan Zanisnik’s exhibition at Locust Projects, Philip Roth Presidential Library, feels appropriate.
In addition to Martha Friedman’s Pore, Locust Projects is featuring Beatriz Monteavaro’s Nochebuena, another exploration of the human form, albeit on a level far more personal and metaphorical.
MIAMI — The idea that a balance of four humors — blood, phlegm, black bile, and yellow bile — determines the health of our bodies was once prevalent in Western medicine, and is reinterpreted in a visceral collaboration between sculptor Martha Friedman and dancer Silas Riener.
MIAMI — Consider, for a moment, the hole-in-the-donut: a confectionary absence that signifies a presence, a sort of vortex of meaning, potentially a Rorschach test.
MIAMI — As with any developing city the arts community is in continual search for large and affordable work and exhibition space. Miami’s Wynwood Art District and later Design District have been for over a decade hubs for artists and galleries moving into large warehouse and empty storefront spaces. Wynwood is less of a gun-wielding neighborhood and now full of restaurants, bars and coffee shops inviting collectors to hang around the area.
I spoke with Typoe, an artist who has a studio in his home and has lived and worked in Miami all his life, about his work and practice.