Second Saturdays: Art Walk in Wynwood and the Design District

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Diaspora Vibe Gallery
3938 N. Miami Ave.
Miami, FL 33127
305 573 4046



Tues – Fri 11-6,
Sat. By Appt.

Gallery Night Reception, Saturday Nov. 14, 7 – 10

PressitonImageAimee Lee, Pastorale, 2008

Until December 17
Aimee Lee
Native Intelligence

Diaspora Vibe Gallery is pleased to present Hastings grad’s Fulbright Scholar Aimee Lee as she extends her paper trail to her debut Miami solo exhibition of reflections on paper and recent work. Her medium is pulp; the vehicle is water dipping, beating sifting. She has recently completed a year of Hanji history, practice and contemporary research in Korea where as a Fulbright Scholar she learned this ancient art of papermaking. Her book making, installation performance artwork uses paper that distinctly takes on a life of its own.

Native Intelligence presents new artworks that reside primarily in tradition and generational memory made tactile and texture-filled from the outcome of this ancient Hanji practice. Curated by Rosie Gordon -Wallace, Native Intelligence examines Aimee Lee’s journey with paper.

For Art Basel Week:
Celebration for Art Basel and our delectable Caribbean Fest Breakfast. Join us in the intimacy of our Caribbean Fest Breakfasts, Dec. 2 - 5, 9:30 - 10:30 am. Each morning share a tête-à-tête hour session with select artists as they divulge their artistic concepts Celebrate Friday,Dec. 4, Opening Reception from 5:30 - 7:30, Conversations with the Artist, Aimee Lee, a Fulbright Scholar graduate.


61, NE 40th St
Miami, Fl.33137
Tel. 305 438 9006

Gallery hours:
Mon. thru Sat. 10:30 to 5
or by private appointment

Gallery Night Reception Nov. 14, 7 - 10

citylofartEkaterina Moré, One Sunny Day, Serie The Golden Twenties, 2009, Acrylic on Canvas, 55 x 39 in.

Elmar Hund. Virginia Erdie. Ekaterina Morë. Irmaly. Group Show Color Emotions
Feel the impact of
Hund’s color explosion with his
3-dimensional resin paintings. See art-therapist
Erdie'sstunning impressions from her work with inmates. Be seduced by Morë’s feminine approach of the "Roaring Twenties", coordinated with a line of original Rosenthal porcelaine. Touch the beauty of Irmaly's unique artwork, mysterious paintings and sculptures in resin and glass. And discover our exhibition: "ACRYLART", a world of transparent custom furniture and sculptures.

Come and see yourself how CiTyLoftArt translates and shows Light meets Color, subtly transported by our media: Resin, Enamel, Laquer, Glass, Acrylic, Polycarbonate and even Water (-Jets).

You will have a great night with light, music, nice stores, gastronomy at it's best - See what's new in style and get ideas for your home. PARK, WALK, TALK and enjoy the European style pedestrians and side walks, in addition to an amazing festive ambiance...


101 / exhibit
101 NE 40th St.
Miami, FL 33137
305 573 2101

Tue – Sat: 11 – 7

Gallery Night Reception Nov. 14, 7 - 10

101Ethos, Untitled

Until November 14

Jason Shawn Alexander. Insomnious

Whether positive or negative, artist Jason Shawn Alexander hopes his abstract figurative works evoke some response. “The one thing I always want in all my work is some form of emotive connection,” the artist says from his studio in Los Angeles. In his first solo show at 101/Exhibit in Miami, titled Insomnious, Alexander presents mostly images stemming from right before sleep or right after waking up, as seen in Insomnia in which two female figures are superimposed on each other. “There’s more of that image making in this show, and from the title of that painting came the show title. It seemed to fit because I don’t sleep well at all,” says Alexander. “It’s the perfect title for a large collection of images that are disjointed and come from a restless mind.”

For Art Basel Week:
Claudio Ethos
, Brazilian wunderkind of the evolved urban street art movement, will install an astonishing, multi-dimensional illustration on the exterior wall of 101/exhibit between Dec. 2 and Dec. 6. Inside the gallery, an Ethos exhibition featuring new works will run through January 20, 2010. & Painter David Michael Bowers gets (Sur) Bowersdelves into a world that has been described as “surrealistic,” “contemporary fantastic” and “illusionary,” as he blends modern themes and whimsical ideas with the techniques of the great masters.


4100 North Miami Avenue
Miami, Florida 33127
786 925 2930

Tue-Sat 10 - 6

Opening Reception Saturday Nov. 14, 7 – 9


Until Nov. 28
Conquering Convention
Laura DiNello, Etsuko Ichikawa and June Stratton Curated by Trisky Almeda Singian. Creativity collides with custom and myriad media mesh in this vibrant group show that tackles the confines of traditional artistry head-on. Free and open to the public. Parking lot in the rear.

Art Basel Week:
From Dec. 1 to January 2. 2010
Dominic Albo, Mike Bernard, Latchezar Boyadjiev, Gaylord Soli, Etsuko Ichikawa, Michael Kessler, Jean Robinson, Henrik Simonsen, June Stratton, Gaylord Soli.
Curated by Trisky Almeda Singian.


Art Fusion VI
1 NE 40th Street Suites 3, 6, 7 Miami, FL 33137
305 573 5730

Mon- Sat.11-6 pm

Gallery Night Reception Saturday Nov.14, 7 – 10

ricartThomas Kachian, Chair,
8 ft. x 6 ft.

Until Dec. 31st.
Fusion Vi-Creative Vibrations
Thomas Kachian, Adriana Cora, G.G, Margo Ouellette, John Frazee, Andrea Castro, Sandra Knuyt, Michel Boutboul, Marcar, Pombo Cherie Bender, Erin Brekke Conn, Sally K., Adele Blais,Michael Katz, Olga Dziembowska, Chara Nagle, Francesco Mino, Samantha Churchill, Lenore Robins, Tony Scullin, Global Art Beat Gallery, Efrain Castro Calderon, José Delbo, Riera, EJ Manton, Arien Xuan, Simon, “E” the Artist & Alex.

This exhibition represents the avatars of creativity and imagination. The works are of splendor and of truly creative magnificence. Art t Fusion Galleries is proud to present their final exhibition of 2009. Exhibiting 32 alluring international contemporary artists in a group exhibition. Art Fusion Galleries exhibits over 30 new and mid-career artists in each of the 4 group shows yearly.


adamar fine art
4141 NE 2nd Avenue
Suite 107
Miami Design District
Miami, FL 33137
305 576 1355

Mon – Fri 11 – 6
Sat. by appt.

Gallery Night Reception Saturday Nov.14, 7 – 10

ricartDoering, Sensational, acrylic on canvas and serigraphy, 2009, 51 x 51 in.

Art Basel Week:
From Nov. 30 – January 8, 2010
Joerg Doering, Nostalgic Pop
Adamar Fine Arts will host German Pop artist Joerg Doering for a solo exhibition of his large-scale iconographic images of Pop culture of yesteryear and today. Born in Germany in 1965, Doering is a child of the Pop Art Movement. "Pop art was my first aware meeting with art, and I was suddenly thrilled. Maybe because I was born in this time and grew up with this languag.”
Doering first worked with Comic art icons such as Donald Duck and Mickey Mouse, yet always combined the cartoons with his own characters. Later he turned more to movie icons of era's past such as Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn and Steve McQueen.
The work makes a commentary on historical place and iconic status of the characters he paints. The result is a new fresh look at a bye-gone era's movers and shakers through ever challenging and discerning eyes. In Marilyn Sensational, Doering asks us to question just how sensational her life really was. With a large representation in Europe, Doering brings his newest work to Miami during Art Basel as a clever, fresh look at what defines pop culture then and now.

up north

158 NW 91 St
Miami, Fl 33150
305 490 6906


Gallery hours:
Sat & Sun 1- 6
and by appt

Lilian Garcia-Roig, Autumn Birch, Oil on Canvas

Until November 15
Into the Wild.
Ai Kijima. Elizabeth Condon. John DeFaro. Luis Garcia Nerey. Lilian Garcia Roig. Enrique Gomez De Molina. Juanita Meneses. Michelle Weinberg

Ai Kijima, a New York based Japanese artist shows a large fabric collages depicting vivid Technicolor landscapes peppered with pop symbolism. Miami based Elizabeth Condon shows a sprawling and impactful abstract painting. Miami based artist and activist John DeFaro shows illustrative ink works whose luminosity echoes that of Van Gogh and Duffy. Luis Garcia-Nerey a Miami based sculptor will show structures made from reclaimed wood whose primitiveness evokes the uncertainty of wild animals. Cuban/American plain air painter Lilian Garcia-Roig whose typically large semi abstract works often feature dense local forest exhibits a visually striking work with a strong linear rhythm. Miami Enrique Gomez De Molina draws on his family's intimacy with the business of taxidermy to produce faultless exquisite corpse-like animals that seem to have been plucked directly from a Hieronymus Bosch painting. L.A based Juanita Meneses an artist whose work deals with the intersection of the immigration system and personal memories, exhibits a configuration of diminutive watercolors that center on solitude in the wildness. And finally Michelle Weinberg, a Miami based artist and writer will depart from her signature graphic murals with the production of a floral carpet.

Art Basel Week:
From Dec. 5.

Quistrebert Brothers.
In collaboration with the Consulat General de France.