Sunday, December 16, 2012

SEVEN Miami 2012

SEVEN, is a collective project organized by the galleries BravinLee programs, Hales Gallery, Pierogi Gallery, Postmasters, P.P.O.W., Ronald Feldman Fine Arts and Winkleman Gallery and this was their third year coming to Miami for Art Basel Miami Beach week. This is a collaborative, exhibition-like presentation commingling galleries and artists throughout a large warehouse in the Wynwood art district of Miami. If they return next year, and most likely they will, add this to you must see list of art venues / art fairs.



Yoon Lee, JFK, 2007-08,
acrylic on PVC panels, 84 x 240 inches
Pierogi, NY




Shane Hope, atomic_kill_threads, 2012,
archival pigment print, 48 x 72 inches




Bo Bartlett, The Big Day, 2012,
oil on linen, 80 x 80 inches
PPOW, NY




Brian Knep, Escape from Exempla series, 2008,
interactive video installation, variable size, computer, video projector, custom software, arcade button




Adam Dant, Manhattan Dissected, 2012,
ink on paper, 52 x 64 inches
Hales Gallery, London




Timothy Horn, Tree of Heaven II, 2012,
nichkel-plated bronze and mirrored blown glass, 36 x 24 inches
PPOW, NY




Shane Hope, Sentient-Sappl See-Source-Serum, 2012,
acrylic, 24 x 24 inches




Patrick Jacobs, Fairy Ring Mushroom Cluster #5, 2012,
styrene, acrylic, cast neoprene, paper, olyurethane foam, hair, wood, steel, lighting, BK7 glass, 2 inch exposed lens, concealed box approx. 10.6 x 14.4 x 8.74 inches.
Pierogi, NY




Eleanor Antin, Costructing Helen from "Helens Odyssey", 2007
chromogenic print, 60 x 104 inches, edition 4/5




Jennifer and Kevin McCoy, Under the Floor, 2012
foam, dirt, damaged digital remnants, wood, Plexiglas with LDC lights, plastic model elements, LCD screen, electronics, power supply, video player, masonite panel, 10 x 12 x 16 inches
Postmasters, NY




The yearly salon wall, selected works from all of the participating galleries


You'll find additional information on their website: http://www.seven-miami.com/ or by visiting the individual galleries. Six of the galleries are located in New York, and Hales Gallery is from London.

1 comment:

Anika Anni said...

Love Andrew's work - really captures the essence of our beautiful coastline, and it looks even better in real life!
beach art