Saturday, February 23, 2019



“A sibling can be seen as someone who is both ourselves and very much not ourselves -- a special kind of double.” Tony Morrison Erie, PA Swampspace and Maggie Knox are pleased to announce the opening of CLAIRE, an exhibition of portraits made over twenty years by Sarah Moody, with a...


"The old understanding splinters into pieces, snippets. From here, I patch back together bits of old with the new. There is a Japanese idea kintsugi, a practice in which, when a ceramic breaks, one glues it back together again, leaving the fissures visible, treating the breaks as part of...

Stream Gradient

Nina Johnson is pleased to announce Stream Gradient, Jamilah Sabur’s first solo exhibition at the gallery, opening on February 15th, 2019 with a public reception (7-9pm), and remaining on view until April 6th, 2019. Through a series of sculptural wall pieces, the Miami-based interdisciplinary artist considers how time, family...

Earth 2019

Environmental and suburban art by Gretchen Scharnagl. FIU Miami Beach Urban Studios 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 33139


Artwork by Dianna Grace, MFA candidate and curated by Yi Chin Hsieh, MFA Curatorial Practice candidate. FIU Miami Beach Urban Studios 420 Lincoln Road Miami Beach, Florida 33139

Neighborhood Projects

The quintessential extensions of American identity are intertwined in Tim Buwalda’s new series of paintings, expanding the scope of his incisive commentary on self-actualization and social change embodied by classic cars. The enigmatic set pieces of Neighborhood Projects engage audiences’ imaginations with glimpses of property bordering real models, disclosing...


Ernesto Barreto Thomas Bils Joe KarlovecJefried LottiKrystal RodriguezRichard Vergez

Urban Beings

Mindy Solomon Gallery is proud to present Dominique Labauvie’s third solo exhibition in Miami entitled Urban Beings. Presenting a combination of drawings and sculptures, Labauvie explores new terrain in terms of scale and his artistic interpretation of man to his environment. Labauvie writes in a letter to...