“Swimming with Narcissus” investigates identity and persona of both of the artist, and of the viewer, as provoked by the artist. The exhibit is a survey of atypical self-portraits. Instead of a tangible reflection of the figure based in realism, these contemporary approaches are instead conceptual meditations of the psyche, where representations of the self may be distorted and altered, resulting in a diverseÂ embodiment of identity.Â Throughout the exhibit, viewers will also be confronted by sculptural artworks with reflective orÂ mirrored surfaces, inherently bringing the viewer into the work, and provoking fractured and distorted reflections, thereby causing them to consider the subjective nature of how one views their own image.
Sunday, August 18, 11am-3:30pm – The Village at Gulfstream Park, 601 Silks Run, Hallandale Beach The Village at Gulfstream Park will host a fun-filled, family-friendly Sunday Street Market Festival once each month in June, July and August. Each festival will showcase a variety of local artisans and crafters, specialty food vendors and food trucks, Italian […]
Friday, September 30, 7pm-9pm – Fredric Snitzer Gallery, 1540 NE Miami Court, Miami Fredric Snitzer Gallery is pleased to present The List of Messier Objects, Rafael Domenech secondâ€™s solo exhibition at the gallery. The List of Messier Objects historically refers to a book or list of astronomical objects. The book first appeared in 1771 and […]
Friday, March 16, 6pm-9pm – Mindy Solomon Gallery, 8397 NE 2nd Ave, Miami Mindy Solomon Gallery is delighted to present If You Would Just Shut Up and Listen. A group exhibition featuring the work of Gary Petersen, Kelly Johnson, and Alejandro Contreras.. Opening Reception, March 16, 2018, 6pm-9pm, on view March 16 – April 28, 2018. @MindySolomon […]