Archives for November 2014

Beauty Box

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Beauty Box
Cat Del Buono/ ReFemme

Wednesday-Sunday, December 3–7, 2014 | 4-8pm
Saturday, December 6 | 9am-12pm

ArtCenter alumna Cat Del Buono and her ReFemme team invite you to a free consultation in their Beauty Box, an interactive experience specifically for the Miami area. It comes with a prescription for your beauty needs. Stationed in front of ArtCenter’s 924 building, Beauty Box will be open Wednesday-Saturday, December 3-6, 2014, 4-8pm with additional hours on Saturday, December 6th during ArtCenter’s VIP Breakfast Reception 9am-12pm and ArtCenter’s Studio Crawl 7-10pm. Beauty Box is supported in part by the Awesome Foundation.

Cat Del Buono
Meriden, Connecticut, 1970 | Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY

Del Buono received a BA from Boston College, MFA from School of Visual Arts New York, and attended NYU’s graduate film program. Trained as a photographer and filmmaker, Del Buono now focuses on creating video installations and public happenings that focus on gender issues. Her works have shown in galleries and museums worldwide, including Fountain Art Fair, Fonlad Digtial Arts Festival Portugal, 5th Base Gallery London, 6th Street Container Miami, Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina in Serbia and the Mordes Collection. Awards include Winner of the Baang & Burne New Works Grant, Awesome Foundation Grant, NYFA Strategic Stipend, Miami Masterminds Honorable Mention and SVA Alumni Association award. Recently, Del Buono was accepted into the 2015 Bronx Museum AIM program.

ReFemme was formed in Miami this past year by Cat Del Buono, Gina Margillo, Vivian Marthell and Natalia Panetta. Their ongoing “social interruptions” bring attention to practices in our society that are problematic and unequal for women. In the same vein as Guerilla Girls or Banksy, ReFemme use performances, happenings, and humor to get people to question the status quo. Miami, which seems to be the center of beauty obsession and plastic surgery, is the perfect place for these happenings.

Richard Shack Gallery

Thirty Years on the Road
Curated by Edouard Duval-Carrié

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

ON VIEW  November 19, 2014 – February 1, 2015
Extended until February 8, 2015

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 the 924 Vitrine, the Lincoln-Meridian windows and four Windows@Walgreens locations.

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

ArtCenter’s Archive

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William Cordova | Natalia Marcantoni | Charo Oquet | Kristen Thiele

ON VIEW  November 19, 2014 – February 1, 2015

ArtCenter staff has put together an archive including newspaper clippings, exhibition invitations, photos and other materials. In collaboration with the Teachers College Columbia University, Road Work, Memories Under Construction includes a collection of stories of ArtCenter’s and Lincoln Road’s history. Lastly, there is an installation of postcards by resident and alumni artist as part of the 30th Anniversary Postcard Project.

ArtCenter’s Studio #101 | 800 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach

 

Project 924

Thirty Years on the Road
Curated by Edouard Duval-Carrié

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

ON VIEW  November 19, 2014 – February 1, 2015

Extended until February 8, 2015

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 the 924 Vitrine, the Lincoln-Meridian windows and four Windows@Walgreens locations.

Project 924 | 924 Lincoln Road, Second Floor | Miami Beach, FL 33139

ClaySpace Revisited

Curated by James Herring

Doug Adams | Carlos Alves | Adriana Baler | Susan Banks | Angel DiCosola | James Herring | Ellie Schneiderman | Bonnie Seeman

This exhibition is part of Thirty Years on the Road

ON VIEW  November 19, 2014 – February 1, 2015

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 the 924 Vitrine, the Lincoln-Meridian windows and four Windows@Walgreens locations.

ArtCenter’s studio #102 | 924 Lincoln Road, First Floor | Miami Beach, FL 33139

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Thirty Years on the Road
Curated by Edouard Duval-Carrié

Markam Keith Adams | Asandra | 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 | Eurydice | Gary Feinberg | Susan Feliciano | Nina Ferre | Betty Fleisher | J. Kevin Foltz | G N’ S Projects | Juan “Erman” Gonzalez | Tracey Hagen | Diane Hansen | 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

ON VIEW  November 19, 2014 – February 1, 2015

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 the 924 Vitrine, the Lincoln-Meridian windows and four Windows@Walgreens locations.

ArtCenter’s 924 Lincoln Road, First Floor | Miami Beach, FL 33139

Medianoche

Lujan Candria - Medianoche

Medianoche | Lujan Candria
Presented in partnership with O Cinema

ON VIEW  November 12, 2014 – February 1, 2015
RECEPTION  Thursday, December 4, 2014 |  6-9pm

Medianoche reveals the mysteries of the night’s urban geography. Candria is seduced by the nocturnal and its lights—from the brightest to the ones that reveal the secrets of evening life. She uses the camera as her accomplice as she captures fragments of hidden realities and converts them into protagonists in a universal landscape—the nightscape of a city. This exhibition features works photographic and video works including the series Hogares Encendidos.

Lujan Candria
Buenos Aires, 1971 | Lives and works in Miami Beach

Candria is a multidisciplinary artist who uses a wide array of media, such as painting, objects, photography, sound and video. A graduate in sculpture from Escuela Nacional Bellas Artes Prilidiano Pueyrredón and Escuela Nacional de Cerámica Fernando Arranz in Argentina, she also studied Applied Musical Computer Science at Fonorama Escuela and Image Editing at Mac Training Center (UNTREF). Candria has presented solo exhibitions at Mock Gallery, Angel Guido Art Project Gallery, ThisIsNotAGallery, Borges Cultural Center, Espacio Urania Giesso and Recoleta Cultural Center in Argentina. Her work has also been exhibited interenationally including Finland, Spain and throughout the United States. She is currently a resident artist at ArtCenter/South Florida.

O Cinema Wynwood | 90 NW 29th St, Miami, FL 33127

Give Miami Day 2014

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Mark your calendar this November 20th for Give Miami Day!

The ArtCenter will be participating in The Miami Foundation‘s Give Miami Day on November 20th! Mark your calendars for this 24-hour online giving event and support us by making a donation

At ArtCenter/South Florida we are very excited to celebrate it’s 30 Birthday as a major cultural institution and it would mean the world to us if you can support our cause by making a donation.

Your charitable gift will help:

  1. Support artists. Advance the knowledge and practice of contemporary art in South Florida by providing affordable working studio spaces and resources to advance the artists careers.
  2. Public Programs. Continue ArtCenter’s mission of engaging the community by being one of the few institutions that provide free entry and programming.
  3. Outreach Programs. Expand and continue our efforts to reach out to people that have difficulty accessing the Arts.  Programs like Creative Care provides free of charge art classes for kids at Miami Children’s Hospital.

 How to Donate

When? November 20th, 2014 between 12 am to 12 pm.

Who? Any individual or corporation can donate.

How? Make a secure donation at www.givemiamiday.org. Search for ArtCentert/South Florida.

What?  Minimum $25. No maximum. All donations are tax-deductible and will be matched.

On behalf of the artists, the staff and the board of directors we would like to thank you for making a difference in our community and supporting ArtCenter/South Florida.

*A unique gift is defined as one gift of $25 or more to one non-profit from one donor. Multiple gifts made by the same donor to the same non-profit will not be counted toward incentive prizes.

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