August 11th, 2012 – October 6th, 2012
Miami, FL – The Lunch Box Gallery is pleased to announce for the second year its group exhibition “Summer Photo Show 2012”, featuring the photography work of fourteen artists. The showcased pieces are a result of a call for entries oriented to national and international visual artists working in all styles of photography including any mixed-media art that utilized photography as one of its forms of expression. All photographic methods, formats, types and schools were welcomed.
Miami, FL - The Lunch Box Gallery, in conjunction with contemporary art webzine from Spain, Area Zinc, are pleased to announce the new exhibition Fictional Eyes: The Dreams of Reason, showcasing the photographs of 8 artists who have been previously published in Area Zinc. The opening reception is on May 12th, 2012 from 6:00pm to 10:00pm at 310 NW. 24th St. Miami, FL 33127.
April 14th 7-10pm
Sexual fetishism, or erotic fetishism, is sexual arousal a person receives from a physical object, or from a specific situation. Our current installation will feature a multsensroy experience created to investigate the relationship betweeen object and viewer as it relates to sexual icinography.
305 Airborne Division, Ernesto Barretom Coco, Daze, Jose Garcia, Marissa Gould, Phillip Graybill, Ginger 2 Tone, Don Hall, Wendy Hall, Kelly, Allioson Kotsig, Eric Madrid, Melissa McCade, Carolina Mishaan, Ivana Salander, Pinhead, Kareem Piper, and Agustin Vergara
The Hangar Arts Initiative
Hosting group exhibitions, events and workshops for srtists of all disciplines. Dedicated to the collective movement of creative exhibition, we seek to break down the gllery walls open the lines of communication between artists, patrons, anc community.
Sasha Akimov, Kem Bessemer, Danielle Bustillo, Kelly Barter, Xibie Corea, Jorge Heilpern, Janie Jackson, Charles Leano, Teri Levine, Griselda Lechini, Christine Llorente, Sandy Maranesi, Manuel Mazzanto, Krytle Pizutti, Burne Richardson, Daniel Rodriguez, and Jorge Miguel Rodriguez
An evening for independent writers, art, and documentary film
Miami Beach, March 16, 2012 – ATELIER 1022 Studio and Fine Art Gallery is pleased to announce the 2nd edition of LITERĂ – an evening of indie book readings, documentary film, video art, and literature-inspired art installations, on April 14th, 2012, 6-11 PM. Central to the showcase are Florida indie writers C.T. Douglas, creator of the Lore Trilogy, and Carola Perla, author of the exiled artist novel Gibbin House, both of whom will be on hand to read from their works and offer insights into independent publishing. Other event highlights include:
- “Homeless in Los Angeles” (2011) – an independent documentary film by Sergei Zelinsky and Taylor Golonka, exposing untold stories of LA’s itinerant street performers (Florida premiere)
- Video poetry by award-winning German filmmaker Wolfgang Lehmann (Florida premiere)
- “Spelling Bee” – a debuting paper art and light installation by plastic artist/author Carola Perla
- Original illustrations for the children’s book Altavarania, by Ellie Perla
- LITERĂ photograph series, including “Literary Walk” by New York photographer Susana Perla-Mendoza and “Extinction” by Carlos Rodriguez-Feo
Private reception for the artists to begin at 10 PM on ATELIER 1022’s newly opened terrace. LITERĂ coincides with the Wynwood Art Walk for the month of April, and is free to the public. ATELIER 1022 Gallery will also host a separate afternoon kids program – KINDERART – on April 14th, featuring readings from Ellie Perla’s fairytales, and an interactive art workshop led by the resident artist. The program kicks off at 2PM.