Archives for October 2014

Road Work



In partnership with Teachers College at Columbia University, ArtCenter/South Florida invites the public to participate in Road Work, Memories Under Construction an action-based community project designed to collect memories of Lincoln Road Mall. In celebration of the ArtCenter’s 30th Anniversary and the City of Miami Beach’s centennial, artists from the prestigious Teachers College will be taking both written and audiovisual memories by strollers, passers-by, artists, visitors and residents–and ultimately transforming them into pieces of art.

This “living” exhibition will be comprised of workshops and exercises dedicated to gather different perspectives of community members of the past, present and future. Re-creations of such memories into drawing, writing, photography and video mediums, will be on view. Teachers College artists will engage and collaborate with students to transform the output of gathered data collected from the street into a record of action research and ultimately final created pieces.

Drawing Workshops:
Mon-Wed, November 3-5, 2014 | 3-7pm

Thu-Sat, November 6-8, 2014 | 3-7pm

Closing Brunch Reception:
Sunday, November 9, 2014 | 11am-2pm

Richard Shack Gallery | 800 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach

Thirty Years on the Road


Thirty Years on the Road
Curated by Edouard Duval-Carrié

ON VIEW  November 19, 2014 – February 1, 2015
CLOSING RECEPTION  Wednesday, January 28, 8-10pm
ArtCenter/South Florida is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year with a retrospective exhibition, Thirty Years on the Road. The exhibition is curated by Edouard Duval-Carrié, an artist and curator based in Miami who was at the ArtCenter in the early 1990s. It will encompass our two exhibition spaces, The Richard Shack Gallery and Project 924, as well as 924 Lincoln, the Lincoln-Meridian windows and four Windows@Walgreens locations.

924 Lincoln Road
Markam Keith Adams
Rakel Bernie
Steven Bollman
Adriana Carvalho
Othón Castañeda
Tamara Cedre
Alfredo Ceibal
Rosemarie Chiarlone
Liliam Cuenca
Eduardo Da Rosa
Patrick De Castro
Cat Del Buono
Gabriel Del Ponte
Jens Diercks
Andres Dominguez
Franklin Einspurch
Shady Eshghi
Gary Feinberg
Susan Feliciano
Nina Ferre
Betty Fleisher
J. Kevin Foltz
G N’ S Projects
Juan “Erman” Gonzalez
Tracey Hagen
Diane Hanson
Jane Harris
Kathy Kissik/ Franklin Sinanan
David Leroi
Ena Marrero
George McClements
Luisa Mesa
Hugo Moro
Brandon Opalka
Mark Osterman
Barbara Rivera
Gustavo Roman
Yolanda Sanchez
Allete Simmons-Jimenez
Dena Stewart
Stewart Stewart
Pal B. Stock
Carolyn Swiszcz
Betty Usdan Zwickler
Linda Van Leer
Jorge Vera
Frank Verrilli
Tom Virgin
Elizabeth Wild

ClaySpace Revisited
924 Lincoln Road #102, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Curated by James Herring
Doug Adams
Carlos Alves
Susan Banks
James Herring
Ellie Schneiderman
Bonnie Seeman

Project 924
924 Lincoln Road #200, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Harumi Abe
David Almeida
Nestor Arenas
Ramon Bofill
Amalia Caputo
Xavier Cortada
Luis Garcia-Nerey
Gamaliel Herrera
Steven Paul Hlavac
Regina Jestrow
William Keddell
Susan Lee-Chun
Venessa Monokian
Beatriz Monteavaro
Teri Romkey
Veronica Scharf Garcia
Magnus Sigurdarson
Sara Stites
Cesar Trasobares
Eugenia Vargas
Michelle Weinberg
Wendy Wischer

Listening Gallery
800-810 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FL 33139
In partnership with Subtropics’ Audiotheque
Rene Barge/ Gustavo Matamoros
Charles Recher

ArtCenter’s Archive
800 Lincoln Road #101, Miami Beach, FL 33139
William Cordova
Natalia Marcantoni
Charo Oquet
Kristen Thiele

Richard Shack Gallery
800 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Carlos Betancourt
Jenny Brillhart
Vicenta Casan
Carlos De Villasante
Marina Font
Luis Gispert
Peter Hammar
Julie Kahn
Pepe Mar
Jorge Pantoja
Gavin Perry
Kerry Phillips
David Rohn
Jen Stark
Nina Surel
TM Sisters
Antonia Wright

Lincoln-Meridian Windows
800-810 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Lazaro Amaral
Julie Davidow
Vickie Pierre
Alex Trimino
Federico Uribe

100 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Departures-Arrivals II
Curated by Francine Birbragher
Luciana Abait
Karina Chechik
Pablo Contrisciani
Daniel Fiorda
Carolina Sardi

Windows@Walgreens-23rd Street
Presented in partnership with Bass Museum of Art
2300 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Juana Meneses
Karen Rifas

Windows@Walgreens-67th Street
6700 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FL 33141
Eny Roland
Jorge Vera

Windows@Walgreens-74th Street
7340 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FL 33141
G N’ S Projects
David Leroi

ARTstudies Student Exhibition

Figueredo-Orange Cloud and Rain -Triptych

ON VIEW  October 2 – December 17, 2014
Friday, November 14, 2014 | 5:30 – 6:30pm

Willie Baez | Joanne Berger | Sabrina Blufstein | Monica Delgado | William De Yampert | Pedro Figueredo | Jaspar Hupert | Judy Jimenez | Teresa Rakic

ArtCenter’s ARTstudies program offers classes and workshops year-round in a variety of artistic mediums. Classes are designed for adults and include courses in drawing, painting, printmaking, jewelry design and photography as well as artist professional development. For this exhibition, student artists were selected to exhibit from classes by Pablo Contrisciani, Ingrid Schindall and Julio Suarez.

City of Miami Beach City Hall | 1700 Convention Center Drive, 4th Floor Miami Beach, FL 33139



Natalia Marcantoni

Presented in partnership with PANAL 361 (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Saturday & Sunday, October 11-12 | 5-9pm
Saturday, October 18 | 5-9pm

RECEPTION  Wednesday, October 22 | 7-9pm

THROUGH IMAGES is a project by visiting artist Natalia Marcantoni from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Marcantoni invites the viewer to evoke the past, be present and pose for the future. The past is in the form of old slides – bits of celluloid. The spectator is invited to discover hidden fragments of the past through them. Within a cloud of pixels on a screen, digitized images of the past, that are also history, appear which can be repeated a thousand times. In one take, the viewer evokes the past and mixes it with the present while looking into the future through Marcantoni’s lens. At that moment, the instant will become the past and the past, present and future are melded together.

Natalia Marcantoni | Rojas, Argentina 1978 | Lives and works in Buenos Aires
Marcantoni grew up in a rural community in Rojas, Argentina. She developed an interest for the arts at an early age participating in painting, sculpture and literature workshops. She graduated in 2008 from the University of Buenos Aires with a degree in Image and Sound Design. Since then, she has taken photography workshops with Luis Martin, Alberto Goldestein and Juan Travnik. Marcantoni had a solo exhibition in the Festival de la Luz 2014 and she has participated in various gallery group shows in Panal 361 (Argentina). Recently, Marcantoni received a grant from the PAC project in the Gachi Prieto Gallery in Buenos Aires and has been invited by ArtCenter/South Florida as a visiting artist to develop her work.

Studio #924-108 | 924 Lincoln Road #108, Miami Beach, FL 33139




Saturday, November 22, 2014 | 7pm-11pm

Join us on Saturday, November 22nd from 7-11 pm for ArtCenter/South Florida’s 30th Birthday Party. Enjoy great music, open bar, delicious food and performances as we celebrate ArtCenter’s contribution to Miami’s art scene. ArtCenter has been recognized as one of the major catalysts in the renaissance of Miami Beach’s Lincoln Road Mall. Bring your dancing shoes and electric energy as we come together, neighbors, artists and local celebs to honor ArtCenter’s history. Be our guests and prepare to fall in love with the arts again!

On view during ArtCenter 30th Birthday Party: Thirty Years on the Road, curated by ArtCenter’s renowned alumnus Edouard Duval-Carrié, will be on view November 19, 2014-February 1, 2015. The exhibition highlights ArtCenter as a creative hub featuring over 150 alumni and resident artists’ artwork.

Please RSVP by November 21 before noon  to if you plan to attend the 30th birthday party.

ArtCenter’s Richard Shack Gallery | 800 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach


ArtCenter South Florida Studios: 924 Lincoln Road
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