Sunday, November 8, 2015

Scope Miami 2015


FELIPE PANTONE, Opticromías, 2015
Courtesy of Mirus Gallery

Now in its 4th edition, Juxtapoz Presents celebrates artwork that bends, blends and transcends genre. Featuring 17 innovative galleries, the Juxtapoz Presents program embodies the New Contemporary that is SCOPE's hallmark and adds a singular dynamism to the Miami Beach 2015 show.
Joseph Gross Gallery

Paradigm Gallery + Studio

The Power of the Dark Side,2014
Mother of pearl, gold leaf on cypress
50 x 31 ft. 

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Dreamy, 2015
Inkjet prints, wood, paper, wire, plexiglass, vinyl, airbrush, dry pigments on toy car
8.5 X 12 X 5.125 in.

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Gauntlet Gallery

Thinkspace Gallery

Untitled, 2014
Acrylic on poplar hardwood
24 x 24 in.

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Savior, 2015
Oil on canvas
24 x 28 in.

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Station16 Gallery

Stolenspace Gallery

WIA (aka. whatisadam)
Maple Sizzurp Drum - 200L, 2014
200 L oil drum wrapped in custom vinyl print
35 x 24 x 24 in. 

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Various Works
Installation VIew

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Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Fine Art Magazine 40th Anniversary Party Nov 9th / RSVP

Hope to see all of you there RSVP and let us know how many are coming with you.

Madelyn Jordon Fine Art : THE SPACE BETWEEN, a solo exhibition of paintings by Manhattan based artist, Diane Green.

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This Friday!

Opening Reception Nov. 66-8 pm 

Also note below information on an upcoming Q & A with the artist
Diane Green, Between, 2015, oil on canvas, 40 x 42 in
Madelyn Jordon Fine Art is pleased to announce THE SPACE BETWEEN, a solo exhibition of paintings by Manhattan based artist, Diane Green.  The solo exhibition highlights Green's most recent paintings from 2010-2015.  THE SPACE BETWEEN will be the artists' first solo exhibition in New York in fifteen years.  The opening reception will take place on Friday Nov. 6, from 6-8 PM

Unite A , Art Walk Nov 6 th

A ticket will be required to enter.
For more information and tickets go to:!antigonick/c6bt
To watch the season trailer click on:
Antigonick, Anne Carson's remarkable translation/adaptation of Sophocles' canonical Antigone, is among the first representations of truth speaking to power. Antigone seeks to give a brother a proper burial, but King Kreon has declared him a traitor, unfit for such recognition. Love, duty, and civil order are all at stake here, and everyone is right. As Anne Carson writes, Antigone wants us to listen to the sound "of what happens when everything normal, musical, careful, conventional or pious is taken away." Brittney Brady's direction will use the whole of Marcus Jansen's remarkable studio/warehouse, and the audience will become citizens of Thebes, guided by the Chorus, in this play of witnessing.
While we have seating throughout the studio, this will be an ambulatory experience for our audience. We recommend that you wear sensible shoes, as your stay in Kreon's house will involve walking. Photography of any kind is not permitted in Kreon's house.
Nov. 6, 7, 13, 14, 20, 21 at 8:00 p.m.
Doors Open at 7:30 p.m.
Unit A Studio
1922 Evans Ave.
Fort Myers, FL 33901
Directed by Brittney Brady
Stella Zuri as Antigone
Rob Donnelly as Kreon
Katelyn Gravel as Ismene
Jake Eveker as Haimon
Hanny Zuniga as The Chorus
Megan Shindler as Eurydike
Jim Brock as Teiresias
Isaac Espinosa as The Guard
Lydia Frantz as Spirit
Philip Heubeck
Drew GogginStage
Nicole Oldja
Garrett Mcleod