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Joseph Holtzman at Nina Johnson Gallery

September 23rd - January 15th, 2022 Downstairs Gallery

Holtzman’s ghost-like paintings rendered on stone surfaces elicit a haunted sense of memory in the viewer. The long-lived spirits of both fictional and historic realms co-mingle. The smooth nature of the stone allows the viewer to feel as though the paint is moving in real-time, sliding across a picture plane in an animated gesture, where the images drift onto their monolithic backings. … +

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Nina Johnson presents Vibrant: 16 artists from Creative Growth

May 15th - July 31st, 2021. Upstairs Gallery

Nina Johnson presents Vibrant, an exhibition of new works by the artists of Creative Growth Art Center, the oldest and largest nonprofit art studio for artists with developmental, mental, and physical disabilities. With styles reminiscent of Abstract Expressionism to Fauvism and Pop Art, these exciting works highlight a group of extraordinary artists once marginalized by disability. Despite never receiving classical training, the … +

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Anna Betbeze: Accidental Pictures at Nina Johnson Main Gallery

Thu Oct 3rd, 2019. 7-9pm

Nina Johnson Gallery presents Accidental Pictures, an exhibition of new works by Anna Betbez. Created on silver Mylar with a variety of synthetic pigments, this new body of work continues Betbeze’s exploration into the properties of uncertainty and entropy. Moving amongst the reflective works, viewers find themselves entangled in a dance of creation and degeneration as the play of light on the … +

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Danica Sunbeam: New works by Emmett Moore at Nina Johnson Gallery

September 6th - September 28th, 2019

Danica Sunbeam, an exhibition of new work by Emmett Moore, includes a series of functional sculpture and design objects primarily made of T-shirt fabric. With his singular approach to materials and process, Moore has created a thrilling, unexpected body of work that responds both to Constructivist and Modernist design sensibilities, as well as the global flow of commodities. Moore sourced the shirts … +

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Historical Florida Highwaymen’ work at Nina Johnson Gallery

Fri Sep 6, 2019 - Sat Sep 28, 2019

Nina Johnson exhibits historic paintings by the Florida Highwaymen. The Florida Highwaymen were an informal collective of African American artists who painted and sold idyllic landscapes to tourists traveling along the A1A and US1 starting in the 1950s. Defined by the celestial illumination of the Hudson River School, myths of manifest destiny and the open road, and the rise of the middle … +

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Candies: Homage to Félix González-Torres. José Manuel Fors on view at Panamerican Art Projects

Through Sat May 4, 2019

Aa tribute, through the piece “Candies. Homage to Félix González Torres. “, to the work of one of the Cuban artists of greater international impact, and with him, to a whole generation that ended up being separated by the circumstances of their time. Fors’s work is deeply self-referential. He is an artist who uses the family environment in order to find meaning … +

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Nicola L.: Silence at Nina Johnson Gallery

Fri Apr 5, 2019 - Sat May 11, 2019

Nina Johnson presents Silence, an exhibition of historic works by the legendary artist Nicola L, opening on April 5th, 2019 with a public reception (5-7 pm) and remaining on view until May 11th, 2019. Silence is the first posthumous exhibition of the artist, who passed away in December. Elegiac and timely, it brings together three bodies of work ranging back to the … +

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Atmospheres. Judy Chicago at Nina Johnson

Sun Nov 18, 2018 - Tue Jan 1, 2019

Nina Johnson exhibits never before seen photo prints documenting Judy Chicago’s Atmospheres series — the artist’s early landscape installations and performances staged between 1968-1974, and on a larger scale, beginning in 2012. This photographic exhibition coincides with a major survey of works exhibited at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami, by the pioneering feminist artist that highlights Chicago’s iconographic transition from abstraction … +

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Tom Scicluna’ 6319 NW 2nd Avenue at Nina Johnson

Through Jun 2, 2018

Nina Johnson exhibits  6319 NW 2nd Avenue, Tom Scicluna’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. Scicluna continues his practice of sourcing nearby found material and composing it in such a way as to trace new connections between the gallery and surrounding social contexts. The title of the show—a phantom address next to the gallery refers to the continuing effacement of Miami’s urban landscape, and the … +

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Ann Craven’ Snowbirds at Nina Johnson Gallery

Through Sat 10 Mar, 2018

Nina Johnson exhibits Snowbirds, Ann Craven’s second solo exhibition with the gallery. As the Northern United States are blanketed in an atmosphere of frost and snow, Ann has found herself delving deep into the coldest recesses of the country, painting extensively in her native Northeast Corridor – from Maine to Connecticut. Continuing her interest of the classical image of a bird perched … +

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Mindy Solomon exhibits David Hicks: Clippings and Hard Fruit

Sat 20 May, 2017 - Sat 5 Aug, 2017

David Hicks: Clippings and Hard Fruit reflects a growing response to Hicks’ personal detachment from the natural world. Obsessed upon the missing elements the artist is segregated from, he engages natural forms to fill a personal void. The fruits of his fixation are the presented clippings and forms that make up Clippings and Hard Fruit. Manifested from the truth of Hicks’ surroundings, … +

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Rubber Time at Fabien Castanier Gallery

Sat 20 May, 2017 - Sat 15 Jul, 2017

“Rubber Time” refers to an idiom from Indonesia that expresses the tendency for a relaxed and flexible perspective on punctuality and time-keeping. Schoultz and Jenkins apply this concept of “elastic time” to our current societal climate in the United States, seeing the present period as a suspended limbo with troubling unknowns both in the past and in the near future. Their work … +

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Spinello Projects exhibits I NEED AMERICA NEEDS ME

Wed 29 Mar, 2017

I NEED AMERICA NEEDS ME is the fourth solo exhibition of Sinisa Kukec at the gallery. It features a body of wall works using raw materials; red oak, maple, walnut, epoxy, and acrylic mirrors. These new variations of Kukec’s ongoing trajectory of work under the umbrella concept of GRAVITYWELL, explores physical and metaphysical models of gravitational, magnetic, and resonance fields surrounding the … +

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Mindy Solomon Gallery: Material Catch / Celebrating Opposites

Jan 21 - Mar 4, 2017

Mindy Solomon Gallery presents Dominique Labauvie’s “Material Catch” and “Celebrating Opposites: The Work of Michael Conrads,” new exhibitions. Dominique Labauvie’s newest body of work is a series of sculptures and drawings focused upon ruin as subject. The sculptures are fabricated using small segments of forged steel, welded, as marks on paper would be joined in drawing. Michael Conrads, currently an artist in … +

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Taste my braindrops at Mindy Solomon Gallery

Through Nov 25, 2016

Taste my braindrops is a group exhibition featuring the artists Catherine Czacki, Katy Fischer, Heather Guertin, Alan Gutierrez, Mark Hagen, Dominique Labauvie, Sarah Peters, Josh Reames, Brian Rochefort and Guy Yanai. Including a wide range of media from painting to installation, sculpture and ceramics, this exhibition aims to combine all the artists’s aesthetics including both narrative and non-objective styles. Mindy Solomon Gallery … +

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Mindy Solomon Gallery: The Flaunting of Youth / Raw Horse Power

Through Jan 14, 2017

Utilizing the medium of lenticular technology, in Flaunting of Youth, Einar and Jamex de la Torre create vibrant images of raw meat, celebrity personas, and historical artifacts to explore population’s obsession with eternal youth and vitality. In the other hand Generic Art Solutions brings a new and theatrical direction to their work with Raw Horse Power. Having recently completed the prestigious Rauschenberg … +

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Taste my braindrops at Mindy Solomon Gallery

Through Nov 25, 2016

Taste my braindrops is a group exhibition featuring the artists Catherine Czacki, Katy Fischer, Heather Guertin, Alan Gutierrez, Mark Hagen, Dominique Labauvie, Sarah Peters, Josh Reames, Brian Rochefort and Guy Yanai. Including a wide range of media from painting to installation, sculpture and ceramics, this exhibition aims to combine all the artists’s aesthetics including both narrative and non-objective styles. Mindy Solomon Gallery … +

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Jeremy Chandler's Spotted at First Light at Mindy Solomon Gallery

Through Mar 19, 2016

Spotted at First Light as a part of Chandler’s recent work repurpose methods utilized by hunting and military culture, converting otherwise weaponized techniques into benign aesthetic devices, through ways of storytelling. Jeremy Chandler is a photographic artist who oscillates between constructing narrative images and engaging ephemeral communities through prolonged portrait series. Jeremy is interested in how the landscape shapes individual notions of … +

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Mindy Solomon Gallery exhibits Cut Rate Paradise

Through Jan 30, 2016

Mindy Solomon Gallery is pleased to present ‘Cut Rate Paradise,’ a new exhibition of paintings by Ezra Johnson. This exhibition is inspired by Florida. The group of paintings and video reflect the mid-twentieth century promise of a sunny paradise for all, which ultimately loses its sparkle. Although Johnson is not trying to make a negative statement about the American Dream; he mostly … +

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Damage Control by Tomoo Gokita at Bill Brady Gallery

Jan 9, 2016

Tokyo-based Tomoo Gokita implements a black and white palette and acrylic gouache create uniquely even surfaces, which are disquieting but seductive to the viewer. Gokita continues his monochromatic series that explores the traditional portrait format on a range of scales, using source material from vintage postcards, magazines, found photos, and classic film stills. Tomoo Gokita (b. 1969) lives and works in Tokyo. … +

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Spinello Projects celebrates its 10th Anniversary: Full Moon

Nov 25, 2015, 6 PM

Spinello Projects celebrates its 10th Anniversary in a new gallery space in Little River. This exhibition refers the mystery and magic qualities associated to the full moon. The Full Moon is understood, both within vernacular and occult cultures, to be a time of transition and of reaching full potential. Full Moon will include ten Spinello Projects represented artists such as Farley Aguilar, … +