Saturday, July 20, 2019

DOCUMENTATION

Documentation of contemporary art in South Florida.

Kamel-Bak | Homo-sapien | Swampspace

The Middle East (also called the Mid East) is a region that roughly encompasses a majority of Western Asia (excluding the Caucasus) and Egypt....

State of the Book | Antonia Wright and Ruben Millares | Spinello Projects

Spinello Projects is pleased to present the grand opening of State of the Book, an interactive installation from multidisciplinary artists Antonia Wright and Ruben...

Why is Reality a Word | Allan Graham aka Toadhouse | Gallery Diet

Allan Graham: Why Is Reality a Word “Form is emptiness; emptiness is form.” Prajna Paramita Hridaya Sutra (the Heart Sutra) “In all the language the verb ‘to...

The Surplus Bulletin | Dimensions Variable

Dimensions Variable is pleased to present a group show that brings together works by Sophia Brown, Ben Holmberg, Dialaura LeFebvre, Ben Moore, David Kamm,...

Name | Viking Funeral

Scissoring and mixing found imagery, borrowed texts, personal photographs, junior high doodling, cigarette-burned papers, and a copious amount of bratwurst imagery into strange graphic...

Correspondences | Amalia Caputo & Marina Font | Project 924

Correspondences presents a visual dialogue between the work of resident artist Marina Font and alumna Amalia Caputo. Correspondences explores the changing notions of identity...

Through the Eyes of Others

The exhibition "Through the Eyes of Others" and its programming aim to provide a critical platform for re-imaging the past, present and future possibilities...

Dopamine a Dual

Void Projects is proud to present Dopamine, a dual exhibition with visiting artist in residence Ana Barriga and Axel Void. Through a series of new...

The Opa-Locka Effect | Jorge Sanchez | Artmedia Gallery

Artmedia Gallery is pleased to present the exhibition by Jorge Sanchez titled The Opa-Locka Effect. His installation focuses on a series of images aptly...

Meagan Jenigen | About Artists

Meagan Jenigen resides in Baltimore creating primal works which moves the eye. More can be seen here: www.thelostfur.tk