Moira Holohan’s exhibition Green involves the use of woven meditative practice while exploring virtual time and space. Through a series of hand woven screens with hemp and bamboo cord Holohan investigates chroma key compositing, better known as green screen, as a playful subjective color and area which can exist as a pictorial organic object and/or a portal to a virtual transient site. The exhibition is along side the lush and vibrant vegetation of The Miami Beach Botanical Gardens further investigating the tension between the natural/real and virtual world.
“Purvis Young: Drawings” at ICA Miami showcases a selection of the artist’s vibrant works on paper. Often executed on the pages of found books and ledgers, Young’s drawings rehearse the range of his motifs at … +
Dance NOW! Kicks off its 20th Anniversary Season with a world premiere from founding co-Director Diego Salterini. Salterini uses Earth, Air, Fire and Water as metaphors to investigate personal, societal and global issues. The evening will also … +
The City of Pembroke Pines and The Frank Art Gallery are pleased to present Inflated. The concept of volume is turned on its head through this collection of immersive sensory installations in which expansive sculptures are … +
Artist Sara Averbook Kaplan is a visual artist and arts activator based in Miami, FL. As a South Florida native, Kaplan feels a responsibility to bring a resurgence of magic, consciousness and connection to nature … +
Thank-fool-nest Art Exhibit shows selected Artwork of the Artist, Erick Estevanell, created in the last fifteen years, and it includes a number of Oil paintings, charcoal drawings, and also Photography. This selection of pieces illustrates … +