Archives for December 2012

winningART raffle tickets on sale!

 

WHAT IS winningART?
winningART is ArtCenter/South Florida’s annual fundraiser featuring artworks generously donated by resident artists. Your ticket purchases will help us support our mission of advancing the knowledge and practice of contemporary visual arts and culture in South Florida.

MARK YOUR CALENDARS!
The drawing will be held on Saturday, March 16, 2013. We’ll be throwing a big pARTy and the winners will be announced. If you buy more than 5 tickets, you and a guest get into the party for free!

HOW DO I SEE THE ARTWORKS IN winningART?
You can the artworks above in the slideshow or visit The ArtCenter’s the Richard Shack Gallery to view the winningART collection is on view  from February 23, 2013 until March 16th.

HOW TO WIN?
Select your favorite artist(s) and purchase one or more tickets. The more tickets you purchase, the more chances you have to win!

HOW MUCH?
Tickets are only $20 for a chance to win one artwork.

HOW DO I PURCHASE MORE TICKETS?
You can call us at the office at 305.674.8278 or at the gallery 305.538.7887 and we will ring you up. Or visit the Richard Shack Gallery at 800 Lincoln Road in Miami Beach or our offices at 924 Lincoln Road, Suite 205 (also in Miami Beach). And you can also purchase tickets directly from the artists.

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Elysa D Batista

Elysa D. Batista

Mirror Phase
On view February 23 – April  16, 2017
Windows @ Walgreens 6700 Collins, Miami Beach, FL 33141


 

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Photo credit Zachary Balber

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Private Constellations, 2017
On view February 23 – April 9, 2017
Windows @ Walgreens 6700 Collins, Miami Beach, FL 33141

Private Constellations is an installation inspired by the night sky and the power of the human imagination. Borrowing from the aesthetics of the celestial markers and their imagined meanings, we look within ourselves to find the same patterns and pathways, map our own birthmarks, and immortalize them in these over-scaled, graphic, sculptural forms. These forms utilize a common, but forgotten material – lawn chair webbing – to reflect their location.


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Photo credit Zachary Balber

Kerry Phillips

Layers of Bad Decisions, 2017
On view February 25 – April 9, 2017
Windows @ Walgreens 7340 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33141

Phillips tells the shared story of things through sculpture and installation using materials, often overlooked, available in a given place at a given time – ranging from things found to collected experiences and retold stories. Often, she’ll alter a space using architectural interventions and enlist the public’s participation in the gathering of materials or through performative interactions.

Between the seemingly accidental nature of the materials she finds & uses and her dogged refusal/inability to look at things in ordinary ways – her installations (collections or inventories, even) have a way of scratching through time & forgetfulness causing you to remember the long-thought-forgotten – like the line from that song you used to love or that word that is always just on the tip of your tongue. Beyond being sweetly nostalgic, her work is intrinsically universal reflecting the true nature of place, time, people & relationship through the objects she uses.

ArtCenter South Florida Studios: 924 Lincoln Road
Office: 924 Lincoln Road, Suite 205 | Miami Beach, FL 33139 | (p) 305.674.8278 (f) 305.674-8772