Art Walk this Saturday Night: June 13th

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Saturday night art walks are one of my favorite things to do.
Friends, Art and Booze combined..hopefully not with rain or 90% humidity..

Will continue to post information as I receive it! Wynwood information listed first, scroll down for Design District Information..

Wynwood Art Walk

Wynwood Gallery WAlk / Second Saturday
Hardcore Art Contemporary Space
3326 N Miami Ave.Miami, Fl 33127 786 488 4375
Gallery hours:Tues - Fri 10 - 6
Sat 11 - 4
Gallery Walk Reception Saturday June 13, 7 - 10
Robert Zuckerman, Bianca Magic Shower, photograph, 1985
Until August 1stRobert Zuckerman. Time Machine. Photography
Robert Zuckerman, acclaimed photographer known for creating advertising and/or publicity images for such films as The Crow, I Know What You Did Last Summer, Any Given Sunday, Training Day, Bad Boys 2, National Treasure, Transformers, Pursuit of Happiness and many more, will be exhibiting his vintage fine art imagery originally from the mid '70s to the early '90s.

Says Zuckerman: “The work represented in TIME MACHINE is my version of being a ‘kid in a candy store,’ such was the experience of discovery, magic and promise. As a young, shy, inhibited boy, the camera early on held great appeal to me. It was a magic box with the power to create images, and it had the power, for me, to access and connect the inner and the outer worlds. Most of these images have been filed away for decades, and now, as I reconnect with them, I find that they have taken on an added dimension of power and meaning.”
Gallery Night Reception Saturday July 11, 7 - 10
From July 11th through August 1st: Mariano Costa Peuser. Bail-Out Man. PhotographyMariela Leal, Lujan Castellani and Spanish photographer Virginia Leyton.
HACS will be open for gallery walks June and July and closed for 2 weeks in August.

Diana Lowenstein Fine Arts
2043 N Miami AveMiami, Fl 33127 305 576 1804
Gallery hours:Tues– Fri 10- 5 Sat 10 - 3
Opening Reception Saturday June 14, 7 - 10
Michael Loveland, Fork in the Road, 2009, glass, metal, concrete, 101 x 24 x 40 in
From June 14 Felice Grodin. Lost Horizon
“We are living in a time when fixed notions have been lost and new possibilities are on the horizon. My work attempts to trap the mutable state of things where paradigms shift, boundaries erode and particles collide. I investigate the architecture of chance, the stretching of the 'truth' and the delaying of the inevitable.”
Exploring drawing, collage and sculpture, Felice Grodin maps out cartographies of tension and compression that remain spatially ambiguous. They represent moments of transformation, movement and entropy. Felice Grodin was born in Bologna, Italy. She curated her first show at Locust Projects in Miami called “Synesthetics” which explored the creative interface between art, design and technology. Felice lives and works in Miami Beach.
Until July 31Young Generation Summer ExhibitionLuis Alonzo-Barkigia, Dario Basso, Irene Clouthier, Julie Davidow, Felice Grodin, Michael Loveland, Katrin Moller, Annie Wharton

2nd Avenue

MacArt Group
2727 NW 2nd Ave Miami, Fl 33127305 572 9860
Hours: Mon - Fri 10 - 6Saturday by appt.
Saturdays June 13, 7 – 10 & July 11, 7 - 10
Jacqueline, Color Bars Triptych, Encaustic work on canvas, 46 x 48 in
Jacqueline. Encaustic Series
Jacqueline's complex layers of pigment suspended in time engage the viewer’s entire body and transport the mind to a deeper, ethereal place of wholeness and light.
Encaustic painting, also known as hot wax painting, involves using heated beeswax to which colored pigments are added. The liquid/paste is then applied to a surface — usually prepared wood, however, Jacqueline's newest series of works are translated on canvas and have a deep richness afforded only to work that has been painstakingly created by a master artist and craftswoman.

alejandra von hartz gallery
2630 NW 2nd. avenueMiami, Fl 33127 305 438 0220EMAIL
Gallery hours:Tues - Fri 11- 6Sat 12 - 5August by appt. only
Opening Night Reception Saturday June 13, 7 – 10
Daniel Arsham, Light Thread (prototype), 2009, EPS, Fluroesent light, plaster, paint, 48 x 48 x 6 in
From June 13 to September 5Luna ParkDaniel Arsham, Courtesy of Emanuel Perrotin GalleryLuis Gispert, Courtesy of Fred Snitzer GalleryGean MorenoMartin Oppel, Courtesy of Emanuel Perrotin GalleryErnesto OrozaGavin Perry, Courtesy of Fred Snitzer Gallery
For the exhibition Luna Park, Alejandra von Hartz Gallery has invited six Miami artists to produce functional lighting objects and/or realistic schemes for ambient illumination. In other words, they have been invited not so much to produce artsy, one-of-a-kind lamps as to develop well-thought prototypes that can be mass-produce and exist in the world much like any other designed object must. The artists have been invited to consider all the possibilities that are opened by any number of vibrant spaces--from the family room to the corporate lobby, from the themed club or restaurant to the university dorm, from the corner cafeteria to the outdoor promenade--that exist beyond the safe-zones through which art objects usually circulate.
Along with producing prototypes, the artists have been invited to consider the way in which their works will be presented. Display itself is being considered here as an active element in the way that objects go out into the world, in the way that an initial context determines the many other contexts that they may potentially exist in.

PanAmerican ArtProjects
2450 NW 2nd Ave. Miami, 33127 305 573 2400
Gallery hours:Mon-Friday 9:30- 5:30
Saturday 12-5:30
Closed for summer vacation from August 16 to September 1
Gallery Night ReceptionsSaturdaysJune 13, 7 – 10 July 11, 7 - 10
Carolina Sardi, Acqua Drops II, 2008, Painted steel, 85 x 140 x 2 in
From May 30 to July 4Primary Colors
This will be a collective exhibition presenting the works of Argentineans Carolina Sardi and Hernan Dompe, Cubans Carlos Gonzalez, Francis Acea and Luis Enrique Camejo; Americans William Cannings and Joe Ramiro Garcia; and Jamaican Milton George. This exhibition is exploring the work of these artists with color, how each of them is using it in a very personal way and based on their own code.
Once more our gallery is participating in the prestigious contemporary art fair SCOPE, in Basel, Switzerland (June 8-14). This time we are bringing works by Carlos Estevez, Francis Acea, Joe Ramiro Garcia, Tracey Snelling, Pablo Soria, Rusty Scruby, William Cannings, Kadir Lopez, The Merger, Ted Larsen and Yue Minjun.
From July 11 to August 13Las Vanguardias Cubanas
The second summer exhibition will have a historic character and will explore the period known as Las Vanguardias in Cuban Art. From July 11 to August 13 we will present Las Vanguardias Cubanas, an opportunity to see a selection of rare pieces from this period from the extensive gallery inventory.
The gallery will be closed for summer vacation From August 16 to September 1, reopening in time for the art season with the exhibition of Gustavo Acosta and Carlos Gonzalez (September 5-October 3), featuring the paintings of Gustavo Acosta and the sculptures of Carlos Gonzalez .

Lyle O. Reitzel Gallery Miami
2441NW 2nd Ave. Miami, Fl 33127
786 693 8155 305 573 1333
Gallery Hours:Wed to Sat 12- 5 or by appointment
Gallery Night ReceptionsSaturdays June 13, July 11 & August 8, 7 - 10
Raul Recio, arbol TV, a/c, 2008. 50 x 68 in
Summer Group ShowJose Bedia, García-Cordero, Gerard Ellis, Luciano Goizueta, Raúl Recio, Melissa Mejia, Gustavo Peña, Eleomar Puente and Juan Erlich.

dpm Gallery
2441 N.W. 2nd AvenueMiami, Florida 33127305 283 4480
Gallery Hours:Thu-Sat 12 - 5 or appt.
Gallery Night Receptions Saturdays June 13, July 11 & August 8, 7 - 10
Lucía Madriz, Money Talks, Rice and beans, 2003, 188 x 188 in
Donna Conlon & Lucía Madriz“My work is a socio-archaeological inquiry into my immediate surroundings. I collect and accumulate ordinary objects, images, and repeated actions from my daily life and local environment, and then use them to reveal the idiosyncrasies of human nature and the contradictions inherent to our contemporary lifestyle. The development of my projects often begins with simply noticing an out-of-context object or an illogical occurrence. I have used damaged trees and plants that I have found in the woods, insects that have flown into my studio, lost shoes, and garbage from the streets and sidewalks to describe and question human behavior, especially the conflicts I observe in our urban, natural, and social environments.” Donna Conlon

Harold Golen Gallery
2294 NW 2nd Ave.Miami, Fl 33127305 989 3359
Only by appt.
Gallery Night Reception Saturday May 9, 7 - 11
Netherland, acrylic, collage and resin on wood. 8 x10 in
Show Location: BAHIA CABANA(in the Pent House)3001 Harbor Drive (A1A)Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. 33316Opening Night Reception: Thursday, June 11th, 6-7:30DEREK YANIGER Book Signing: Friday, June 12th, 11-1
From June 11 - 14Poly Pop Living. Tiki Art ShowThe Hukilau is back again this year and we will bring you some of the most amazing Tiki artists assembled from around the globe. Last year's show at the Hukilau was such a success that I've decided to do it again. This year's featured artist is none other than Mr. Tiki Beatnik Artist himself, Derek Yaniger! He will be there in person to sign your copy of the new Derek Yaniger book, which will be available for purchase at the show. Also, all the Fantastic original paintings and prints by the other featured artists, all at VERY affordable prices. You're sure to take something home with you to remember this exciting event! Not to be missed!!

ARTSEEN NWSA at Wynwood Arts District
2215 NW 2nd Ave.Mon - Fri: 6 – 10
Gallery Night Reception: Saturday June 13, 7 - 10
Michael Okey, Thought Process: Tania, acrylic on canvas, 4' x 6'; NWSA high school senior
Until June 14NWSA High School Senior Showcase

Linda Copeland Studio/Gallery
2303 NW 2nd AvenueMiami, Florida 33127 305 710 8187
Gallery hours: Mon - Fri 9 - 3
Gallery Night ReceptionsSaturdays June 13, July 11 & August 8, 7 – 10
Copeland, Moon Dust III,6ft – 8ft, Mixed Media
Linda CopelandArtist in ResidenceCopeland’s art is all about expressing energy. Her paintings lack familiar objects and as a result she invites the viewer to feel the painting emotionally. Rather than trying to interpret the painting, she would like you to simply enjoy the experience, feel the energy and see the beauty. Her process is very physical and it is this form of both bodily and emotional intensity that inspires her. She believes that in our daily life we personally interpret what we see to define the experience we have. Each of us can look at the same object and see something different based on our level of consciousness.
All the art you will view in her gallery studio has the impression of spontaneity. In the first room, you’ll find paintings that use an “all over” technique – there is no definable composition. In the other room is a brand new series called Moondust.

Durban Segnini Gallery
2145 NW 2nd. Ave. Miami, Fl 33127 304 774 7740
Open day & night 24/7
Gallery Night ReceptionsSaturdays June 13, July 11 & August 8, 7 – 10
Jesus Soto, Penetrable BBL Blue, 365 x 400 x 1400 cm., 1999, Edition 2/8
Jesus Soto Penetrable BBL Blue, 1999Enjoy this spectacular Soto at Durban Segnini new open space in Wynwood. Soto was a Venezuelan artist (1923 – 2005). He was a sculptor and painter and is most famous for his op art and kinetic art works. Soto is particularly well known for his penetrables, interactive sculptures which consist of square arrays of thin, dangling tubes through which observers can walk. It has been said of Soto's art that it is inseparable from the viewer; it can only stand completed in the illusion perceived by the mind as a result of observing the piece.Durban-Segnini Gallery was founded in Caracas, Venezuela, in 1970 and in Miami, USA in 1992, by its present director and owner Mr. Cesar Segnini.Durban-Segnini Gallery specializes in contemporary painting and sculpture, emphasizing in artists who have worked with abstract expressionism, geometric abstraction and kinetic art.Simultaneously, the Gallery strives to promote and diffuse new artistic values as well as the historical vanguards that have influenced those.

Abro Gallery
2137 NW 2nd. AveMiami, FL 33127786 348 2100
Gallery Hours:Tues - Sat 10 – 7
Gallery Night Receptions Saturdays June 13, July 11 & August 8, 7 – 10
Ada Balcacer, Red Fish II, Mixed Media, 2008, 50 x 60 in
Maximo Caminero. Ada Balcacer. Domingo Batista.Aurelio Grisanty.Domingo Liz. Freddy Rodríguez. Marian Balcacer. Josafat Miranda. Miranda presenting his paintings titled Forgotten Machines based on his interpretations of Baudrillards book “ the perfect crime”. Grisanty. From one window, techniques and compositions form different versions of the same landscapes. Rodríguez. Baseball in the Dominican Republic is a passion. With creative effort he integrates Baseball to his art. Batista. A master in the art of photography. Liz. His drawings have been titled asThe writings of the Ozama River on the East bank of Santo Domingo, a place where he has lived and work all his life. M. Balcacer. Her series of Veggies show pictures that look like hand pencil drawing in color plus white and black on the tradition of the classic Italian chiaroscuro. Caminero. Inspired on pre-Columbian expressions his works present a new conceptual vision of the historical source. Ada Balcacer. A prestigious name in the Caribbean Region, inspired on the Fl. Everglades presents her view of mystic tropical flowers with her unique style.

West of 2nd avenue

Luis Perez Galería at the Awarehouse
550 NW 29th St.Miami, Fl 33127 305 379 3763
Gallery Walk Reception Saturday May 9, 7 –11
Jesus Caviglia, Oval Series, 2008, 89 x 60 x 4 cms
Edgar Negret, Mauro Mejiaz, Jesus Soto, and Carlos Cruz-Diez and Jesus Caviglia recent artworks
The art exhibit at the gallery will be open from 7 – 9, followed by live acts beginning at 9 with REMIX feat. DJ set by Mike Sike, DJ Set by Viviana Valdes and Acustronic’s own, organicArma performing in an atmosphere of culture and fine art, surrounded by the exhibit of art works. The night will be an interactive medium for everyone. It will be a true collaboration of art, visual art and live music.

Bakehouse art complex
561 NW 32 StMiami, FL 33127 305 576 2828
Gallery hours:Mon - Sun, 12 - 5
Gallery Night ReceptionsSaturdays June 13, July 11 & August 8, 7 – 10
Off Season?The Bakehouse Art Complex is open 7 days a week, from 12-5 daily throughout the summer!
3 Exhibitions & 65 Open Studios
MAIN GALLERY Every Year, the Ceramic League of Miami invites a visiting artist to host a workshop for its members and to judge members' entries for its annual Member's Exhibition Juried Show. This year's guest jurist is Janis Mars Wunderlich. The Main Gallery at the Bakehouse Art Complex will showcase their selected artists for their 59th annual exhibition.
The Ceramic League of Miami was founded in 1950 with the dual purpose of educating local artists and the general public in all aspects of ceramics. It has become a volunteer, non-profit organization whose members learn from each other and from nationally visiting artists.
PROJECT ROOM Artistic Intervention, Fragmented Conversations Rosa Naday GarmendiaAn experimental visual conversation presented by Rosa Naday Garmendia's current work.
The Bakehouse Art Complex is proud to present works from visual art students of Miami-Dade College Kendall Campus.

D&G Art Design Gallery
540 NW 28th StMiami, Fl 33127 305 438 9798 f: 305.438.9799
Private Showings by appt.
Gallery Night ReceptionsSaturdays July 11 & August 8, 7 – 10
Blake Fisher, Rocky Beach, Black & White photography on film, silver gelatin print, 2007, 20 x 24 in.
Monday June 22nd, 2009/ 7-10pmBreast Cancer Network of Strength Gallery EventHosted by BR-PR Miami & D&G Art Design Gallery
Blake Fisher. Patricia Schnall Gutierrez. Bruce McQuistonBlake Fisher. PhotographyFisher was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He started as a commercial photographer yet maintained a love of fine art photography, principally nudes. His work is printed on silver gelatin paper and in limited editions, focusing on the female form as one of the most timeless subjects in photography.
Patricia Schnall Gutierrez. Raw. Curated by Luky CancioThe driving force behind her work stems from childhood memories and recollections of experiences as a young girl growing up where religion and life’s delicate teeter-totter with life and death existed.
Bruce McQuiston SculpturesHis work combines organic forms with figurative reference and a contemporary flow. The pieces are constructed from hurricane salvaged lumber from the South Florida region. His recent Bronze and Aluminum castings utilize the wood pieces as the source for the mold making

Yeelen Art Gallery
250 N.W. 23rd St. Unit 306Miami, Fl 33127 954 235 4758
Gallery Hours: by appt. only.
Jerome Soimaud, Zoe Pound, pigment on glossy photo paper, 2009
JEROME SOIMAUD: Around Jenin's 2010.The exhibition will evolve over the next 2 years.Open by appointment only.
A year -long series dedicated to Miami’s African Diaspora, highlighting the struggles and triumphs of the often-overlooked working class. This series began with the exhibitions Midtown: Miami B-side, Around Jenin’s I, and Yes We Did.From the perspective of a local corner shop, the artist invites you to discover the universe of this African Diaspora. It’s about life, surrounded by streetlights, the wailing of sirens, and the sweet sounds of soul music. “Call it urban realism: art made for the Obama era, art that values humble people…” art critic Elisa Turner on Jerome Soimaud.

36th street

Dot Fiftyone Gallery
51NW 36th St.Miami, FL 33127305 573 9994
Gallery HoursMon - Fri 11:00 - 7:30 Sat 1- 6 Private viewing by appt.
Closing Reception Saturday June 13, 7 – 10
Timeless Installation
Timeless. Hernán Cedola. This is the first exhibition of Argentinean Cédola in US. He is presenting a series of installations of big dimensional (wood sculptural) pencils and oil drawings.
Pornoramas. Gonzalo Fuenmayor. Fuenmayor is a young Colombian artist living in Miami. Art installation, photography and drawing comprise his presentation.
Opening Reception Saturday July 11, 7 – 10Summer Group ShowMagnus Sigurdarsson. Pancho Luna. Leonel Matheu , Patricia Hernandez - video artist, Rhonda Mitrani- video artist, Marina Font- photographer and Leslie Gabaldon – photographerThe exhibition concept expresses man's relationship to work in this worst economic crisis of our time- on a social and political level.Our attitude toward work: is it our passion? is it a means to an end? How has our relationship to money changed during this so called economic cleansing. It is as if the RESET button has been pressed there is anxiety mixed with new creativity circling our universe now.
June & July: Artist workshops for children More information 305 573 9994,

29th street The corridor

Kelley roy Gallery
50 NE 29 St. N Miami AveMiami, Fl 33127 305 444 0004
Gallery Hours Tue - Fri 10- 5 and by appointment
Gallery Night ReceptionsSaturdays June 13, July 11 & August 8, 7 – 10
Spreng, Liederkreis OP. II, 2008-2009, oil on canvas, 10 x 10 in each
Sebastian Spreng. Handmade Horizons SongsHis works, referred to by the artist as inner landscape, portray the internal projections of the viewer outwards through the paintings. The canvases in rich hues and isolated figures reflect the solidarity and inter-connectedness of us all.
Sebastian has exhibited in his native Argentina, Germany, Japan, Canada, and throughout the United States, including at the Lowe Art Museum and his work has been included in Christie's New York art auctions.
His current exhibit Handmade Horizons Songs, unites his love for music and art. This new collection was inspired by a quote by Schlegel, "In earth's variegated dream a quiet sustained note sounds through all other notes for those who secretly listen. Sebastian has been a prominent figure in the South Florida art scene for over two decades.
Also showingSTRUCTURES, by renowned sculptors John Henry, STRETCH, Henry Lautz, and Robert Thiele.

Sammer Gallery
82 NE 29 th St.Miami, Fl 33137 305 441 2005
Gallery Hours:Mon – Fri 10 – 6Saturday 7 – 10
Gallery Night ReceptionSaturday June 13, 7 - 10
Pascale, Sol del Sitio, 2003, Wood Construction, 180 x 180 x 29 cm
Ricardo Pascale. Wood ConstructionsDedicated to the promotion of Constructivism with emphasis in Joaquin Torres Garcia & the School of the South and lately to The Non- Figurative Group (geometric abstraction) created in the 50's and to the Grupo 8 from the 60's. The gallery showcases works by majors Uruguayan masters such us Torres Garcia, Gonzalo Fonseca, Francisco Matto, Jose Gurvich, Julio Alpuy, Manuel Pailos, Rafael Barradas, Pedro Figari, Petrona Viera, Jose Pedro Costigliolo, Maria Freire, Miguel Angel Pareja, Raul Pavlotzky, Lincoln Presno, Hilda Lopez, Antonio Llorens, Juan Ventayol and also represents contemporary artist Ricardo Pascale.

23rd. Street

artformz Alternative
171 NW 23rd StreetMiami, FL 33127 305.572.0040
Summer Hours – almost always:Tue – Fri : 11 - 6 Sat: 12 - 5by appt anytime
No Opening Receptions: June, July, and August
Artformz will resume 2nd Sat. Night Openings in September
Sibel Kocabasi, (detail)You Say You Have Been Hurt Before, oil, beads/canvas, 60 X 72 in
Hotter Than a Match HeadNatasha Duwin, Sibel Kocabasi, Ray Paul, PJ Mills, Alette Simmons-Jimenez, Rosario Rivera-Bond, Rai Escale, Anja Marais, Ramon Wiliams, Guillermo Portieles, Donna Haynes, and Gisela Savdie.
The 1966 hit song from the group Lovin Spoonful succinctly describes our streets of the Wynwood Arts District:“Hot town, summer in the city - Back of my neck getting dirt and gritty Been down, isn’t it a pity - Doesn’t seem to be a shadow in the city All around, people looking half dead - Walking on the sidewalk, Hotter than a match head….”
Yet, walk in to Artformz Alternative this hot Miami summer and you’ll find a cool oasis (air-conditioned space/thirst quenching art) in the heart of Miami’s still gritty (thank you) art gallery district.
The Artformz collective group will be exhibiting its summer group show for the months of June, July, and August. Artists including Natasha Duwin, Sibel Kocabasi, Ray Paul, PJ Mills, Alette Simmons-Jimenez, Rosario Rivera-Bond, Rai Escale, Anja Marais, Ramon Wiliams, Guillermo Portieles, Donna Haynes, and Gisela Savdie will be presenting new work.
Ask to see the new Artformz Shop for small-scale original art works, with small price tags.


DAniel Azoulay GalleryMidtown 4
3301 NE 1st Ave. Ste. 105 Miami, FL 33137 305 576 1977
Gallery Hours:Tues to Fri, 11 to 5 Saturday by appt.
Gallery Walk ReceptionSaturaday May 9, 7 - 10
Daniel De Azoulay, Untitled, Americana Series, Colorado 2002, Chromogenic Print 48 x 48 Ed. 8
Daniel Azoulay. Photographs

Design District Art Walk

Design District Art & Design Night Openings

RIcArt Gallery
3900 NE 1st Avenue Miami, FL, 33137 305 576 5000
Tues – Fri: 10 – 5 Saturday: 12 - 5
Gallery Night Reception Saturday June 13,open until 10
Carolus, Jane, Acrylic on canvas, 2008 72 x 82 in
Until June 10PHOTOMANIA Group exhibition of established and emerging photographers such as David Lachapelle, Bern Stern, Tiziano Magni, among others.
From July 16Celebrating Bastille DayA group show of French artists. French owner, Martial Ricart, will welcome our crowd with French wines, food and music.Specialized in art as an investment, Ricart Gallery is located in the heart of the Design District, with a permanent exhibition of an international group of contemporary artists (established and emerging) whose diverse practices include painting, sculpture and photography.

4100 North Miami AvenueMiami, Florida 33127
786 925 2930 Tue-Sat 10 - 6
Gallery Night Reception, Saturday June 13, 7 - 10
Katherine Mann, Chord 1, Acrylic and stretched paper over canvas, 28 x 18 in
From June 11 to July 4Katherine Mann. MadrigalMann’s kinetic mixed-media paintings depict ever-changing fantasy worlds where blood cells, rainforests and coral reefs collide. Each composition features dramatic landscapes alive with minute details, patterns and interlocking forms.
10% of the proceeds from sales at the reception will benefit the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts.
Each composition in Madrigal features dramatic landscapes alive with minute details, patterns and interlocking forms. Mann, who lives and works in Baltimore, earned an M.F.A. from the Maryland Institute College of Art’s Hoffberger School of Painting and has exhibited her work throughout the United States, Puerto Rico and Taiwan. She draws on her background as an illustrator and graphic designer to create detailed, high-energy compositions.
“Katherine is one of the most exciting emerging artists working in the United States today,” says Gallery Director Adela Holmes. “She’s a real find and brings a fresh energy to Miami’s art scene. Her work will surely impress even the most sophisticated collectors.”
July and August. The gallery will be open all Summer showing a collective exhibit of their artists.

Locust Projects
155 NE 38th St.Ste. 100Miami, FL 33137 305 576 8570
Gallery Night Reception, Saturday June 13, 7 - 10
Kate Gilmore, By Any Means, 2009, Video still, 15', 20". Courtesy of the artist and Locust Projects.
Until June 28Kate Gilmore. By Any Means
By Any Means is a performance-based video and a site-specific sculpture in which the physicality of architecture and sculpture is pitted against the female body and will. It is the first exhibition at Locust Projects' new location in Miami's Design District.
Gilmore is the sole protagonist in her single-channel videos, where she sets up a difficult physical task to overcome. The videos, always filmed in private, are destructive, comedic and only attempted once. For By Any Means, 2009, Gilmore, donned in feminine dress and heels, will dig, build and climb her way out of a dirt-filled wooden sculpture. The large-scale sculpture will be installed in Locust Projects’ adjacent courtyard and will remain on view for the duration of the exhibition.
The artist will also present three recent video-based works in this exhibition.
Summer: TMSister in situMiami-based collaborative TM Sisters are the winners of the second Hilger Artist Project Award. In July, the artists begin their two-month transformation of Locust Projects’ space for a site-specific installation and performance opening in the fall. Visitors are welcome to observe the progress of the exhibition over the summer. For further information please contact

Lawrence Savage Galleries
66 NE 40th St.Miami, Fl 33137 305 446 1222
Gallery Night Reception, Saturday June 13, 7 - 10
Jamali, Orianna, 2005, Pigmentation on Cork, 57 x 39 in
Jamali. Shie Moreno. Andrew MuggletonLawrence Savage Galleries welcomes the internationally renowned artist Jamali who has long attracted a select and international circle of collectors, drawn by his mystical style and charismatic persona.
Jamali's method of painting is its own unique chapter in the history of contemporary art. He paints out of doors, applying paint in a meditative dance, like the Sufi mystic's swirling prayer to God. He builds up his intense and complex surfaces over time, allowing the natural elements to interact with the paint and canvas. It often feels as if time and nature, not the artist, had created these deeply etched and layered surfaces. Jamali's method brings to new fruition what Donald Kuspit calls "the unconscious mystical meaning of modernist surface."
The Galleries continue to present Shie Moreno’s artwork of individual expression and the display of noted designer Andrew Muggleton’s 2009 furniture collection.

101 / exhibit
101 NE 40th St.Miami, FL 33137
305 573 2101 Tue – Sat: 11 – 7
Gallery Night Reception Saturday June 13, 7 - 10
Jim Pollock
Until June 20Curtis Lafollette Metal shows mastery of material. It is very much about extraordinary interpretation of ordinary, normally mundane items and is indicative of his work with other such objects such as bud vases, hollowware, and flatware. Though clearly an amazing metal-smith and master of his craft, Curtis is perhaps better described as a sculptor first and foremost.
His work turns on its head the very question of form vs function and shatters the boundaries between what were seemingly disparate ideals. It's not easy to reinvent the tea-pot but Curtis has.
Gallery Walk Opening Saturday July 11, 7 - 10From June 25 to July 18Jim Pollock : A Phantasy Pheast. Works 1989 - 2009Legendary for creating the visual imagery for the cult status band Phish, comes to 101/exhibit to reveal for the first time a complete retrospective on his two-decade plus career. Jim Pollock: A Phantasy Pheast will not only lead his fans through a chronological history of Pollock’s life as an artist, but it will also reveal his process.
Pollock will be filmed and broadcast live in streaming video via printing a limited edition run of a print designed specifically for this exhibition.

up north

158 NW 91 St Miami, Fl 33150 305 490 6906
Gallery hours:Sat & Sun 1- 6 and by appt
Guerra de la Paz
Closed until August 30
Saturday June 13th7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Visit the Design District and experience a gallery walk featuring inspiring art, design, music, cocktails, dining and shopping.Every Second Saturday of the Month from 7:00 - 10:00 PM
Opening Reception: Against All Odds
Saturday, June 13th7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Against All Odds features the work of Miami-based designers and artist, Maricarmen Fernandez and Ines Rojas. Fernandez incorporates vibrant colors and textures to her canvases reflecting her temperament and passion. Rojas's sculptural pieces are made with discarded auto parts giving them a new life as beautiful art pieces.Show opens on Art & Design Night at4141 NE 2nd Avenue suite 103

What is Swampy?
Saturday, June 13th7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
SWAMPSPACE is pleased to join the community of fine art galleries in Miami's Design District with its inaugural opening titled "What is SWAMPY". With a focus on themes such as beauty, humor and social relevance, SWAMPSPACE welcomes both casual visitors and seasoned art lovers to enjoy thought-provoking art installations concerning the esthetic of life in the urban tropics.SWAMPSPACE is located at3821 NE 1st Court

Opening Reception of Gender Bender a photo exhibit by Kat Rabbitt
Saturday, June 13th7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Kat Rabbitt has a unique vision of the world. Her work seeks to capture the essence of modern life with all its arresting beauty and vibrant colors, simultaneously conflicting and complimentary. This duality is explored in her new exhibition "Gender Bender" which invites us to rediscover femininity and masculinity as dynamic, fluid concepts on a continuum, not just static points.Gender Bender is located at4141 NE 2nd Avenue suite 102