Renovations have begun to the gallery’s building at 151 NW 24 Street, where the gallery has been located since 2000. When the gallery re-opens in February 2013, visitors will enter the new gallery space by walking through our adjacent lot into a new lobby on the east side of the building.
To the left will be an entrance to the business renting the street-side portion of the building, about 2,100 square feet. To the right will be the gallery’s new foyer, featuring an open office plan and a new project room. The main exhibition space will be what was the West Gallery. Recent exhibitions in the West Gallery include exhibitions by Elisabeth Condon (May 2012), Kyle Trowbridge (April 2012), and Ralph Provisero (February 2012).
The architect in charge of the renovation is Patricio Cuello of Dharma Construction. His 24-inches-wide house, proposed for an alley between buildings in Miami’s Design District, was lauded in Tomas Saraceno’s Top Ten in the March 2005 issue of Artforum. As an architect, he specializes in designing and overseeing the construction of efficient, functional, and streamlined spaces that take advantage of readily available materials.
Dorsch Gallery continues administrative work during the renovation, as well as participation in PULSE Miami during Art Basel Miami Beach.
151 NW 24 St
Miami, FL 33127