Curated by Joe Houston, A Global Exchange presents an important collection of over fifty works of geometric abstraction from the collection of the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Buenos Aires (MACBA) that trace the evolution of this movement in Europe and America over the last 60 years.
Alejandra von Hartz Gallery is very pleased to announce the installation of new work by New York-based artist Russell Maltz. This is Maltz’s first solo exhibition with the gallery.
January 10 - February 15, 2014
MINUS SPACE is delighted to present the exhibition Michael Brennan: Grey Razor Paintings. This is the Brooklyn, New York-based artist’s second solo exhibition with the gallery and it will feature a suite of new small-format paintings that merge geometric and gestural abstraction.
Game Show, with Russell Maltz (foreground) & Mariah Dekkenga (right)
Miami Beach Urban Studios Gallery, Florida International University, FL
February 15 – March 15, 2013
For “Black Sculpture,” Mastrangelo focuses on art history for the first time. After creating exact molds based on the work of Frank Stella and Ad Reinhardt, Mastrangelo casts his reliefs out of compacted gunpowder. The pieces teeter on the precipice of annihilation; by forging the work of canonical artists in gunpowder, Mastrangelo simultaneously pays homage to the work of earlier iconoclasts and seeks to destroy them for himself.
Color on Color marks the inaugural exhibition of the collaboration of The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum at Florida International University, Miami, and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Buenos Aires (MACBA). This exhibition will include works by Ilya Bolotowsky, Alexander Liberman, Carlos Cruz-Diez and Joel Stein, among many others.
Alejandra von Hartz Gallery is pleased to announce The Eyes, Sometimes, the first solo exhibition by Karina Peisajovich in the United States. With a diversity of media such as installation, drawing, photography and painting, the Argentinean artist decodes the machinery behind representation, focusing on the idea of light, darkness and color as the grounding substance giving shape to the world of images.
Installation view. July 2 – October 9, 2011 Documenting over a decade of output, I Found a Reason presents two related and ongoing series of abstract works by internationally-acclaimed artist Douglas Witmer (American, b. 1971). Beginning with found materials, Witmer’s intimately scaled wooden reliefs and hybrid painting/drawings on paper freely combine materials and approaches. Within a contemplative frame of mind, Witmer condenses everyday lived experience down to unexpected forms and intense colors. This visual investigation […]
Installation view. July 1 – August 27, 2011 C2 Fine Art Inc. opens on Beach Drive in St. Petersburg, Florida with an exhibition featuring the work of five abstract painters: Siri Berg, Victor Kord, Carrie Patterson, Camilo Sanin, and Douglas Witmer. The show, organized by Gallery Director Camden Mosesmann and artist, Carrie Patterson presents bold, minimal, geometric abstract paintings that treat the eye and stimulate the mind. The viewer will find that color is a […]
David E. Peterson, Volume and Shadow #3, 2011 June 11 – August 6, 2011 Alejandra von Hartz Gallery in Miami, Florida, presents the exhibition “Tridimensional.” The show will include artists Soledad Arias, Marta Chilindrón, Juan Raúl Hoyos, Silvana Lacarra, Artur Lescher, Karina Peisajovich, David E. Peterson, Roberto Behar & Rosario Marquardt, and Ana Tiscornia.
Installation view. May 14 – June 25, 2011 When first looking at Marcos’ paintings they appear to be lazy and unresolved. There is a feeling of awkwardness and weirdness. The series of seven paintings made up of 32 to 34 inches square for Dimensions Variable, look bleached or erased in the center. There is no identifiable subject matter and they are all treated the same, without any hierarchy. However, upon closer inspection, they show variations […]
Teresa Pereda, Encounters with America, 2010 Wool balls Installation dimensions variable Centro Cultural Recoleta, Buenos Aires, Argentina April 9 – June 4, 2011 If one takes a look at the most recent developments of Teresa Pereda’ s production, certain slow and deep changes are evident, all of them driven by her great interest in mankind’ s relationship with the earth. In Pereda’ s work, the earth is a space of belonging whether for herself or […]
Martín Pelenur, S/T (X2, Y2), 2011 Blue crepe tape 32 x 32 inches February 12 – April 2, 2011 Alejandra von Hartz Gallery is pleased to announce a new exhibition: ”Working Premises”, which will feature new Works by Martín Pelenur (Uruguay, 1977). This is the artist’s first solo show in the United States, and will take place from February 12 to April 2, 2011. Pelenur defines himself primarily as a painter and as a surfer. […]
Marylyn Dintenfass, Unspoken Reflection, 2004 Oil on panel 48 x 48 inches January 14 – February 19, 2011 Marylyn Dintenfass is an internationally recognized artist whose work is found in major public and private collections in Italy, Denmark, Israel, Japan, and the United States, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Detroit Institute of Arts and the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston. Dintenfass was […]
Joaquin Torres Garcia Fresque Constructif au Grand Pain, 1929 December 3, 2010 – January 14, 2011 For its inaugural exhibition, Arevalo Gallery presents From Absolute to Minimal a group exhibition featuring works by Post-War Latin American artists and their international counterparts all of whose work was defined by the ultimate search for the Absolute. It was through Kazimir Malevich’s search for an artistic expression void of representation that the quest for the absolute was first […]
Mercedes Pardo, Un pequeno sobresalto, 1973 October 13, 2010 – January 2, 2011 Embracing Modernity: Venezuelan Geometric Abstraction presents a historical overview of the origins of Venezuela’s abstract movement focusing on its early developments dating from the late 1940’s, to the 1970’s. It includes works by artists who were responsible for the growth of the movement at the national and international level, particularly in Paris where many of them resided at the time. The show, […]
David E. Peterson Asics Oniksuka Tiger Collection Spring 2010, 2010 Acrylic, mdf and UV resin 82 panels 11 x 5 x 3 inches each Overall installation 3 x 28 feet September 11 – October 30, 2010 Alejandra von Hartz Gallery is pleased to announce the two-person exhibition Color Climate: Matthew Deleget / David E. Peterson. The exhibition will feature new abstract painting installations by Atlanta artist David E. Peterson and Brooklyn artist Matthew Deleget. Color […]
Rory MacArthur, Sun flower dawn Styrofoam, aquaresin, enamel, acrylic May 14 – June 13, 2010 Carol Jazzar is pleased to present JEN STARK / RORY MACARTHUR, a two person exhibition of new three-dimensional work. Miami based Jen Stark’s vibrant oeuvre of the last few years comes full circle here with works that pay homage to her own prolific trajectory. A recessed paper hole in the wall reminiscent of a seminal early work sets the tone […]
Marta Chilindron, Nine Triangles (pink, blue and green), 2010 Fluorescent acrylic Dimensions variable (24 x 24 inches when flat) April 10 – June 30, 2010 Selected works by: Fabian Burgos, Marta Chilindron, Eduardo Costa, Danilo Duenas, Eugenio Espinoza, Jaime Gili, Silvana Lacarra, Susana Lescano, Artur Lescher, Adriana Minoliti, Karina Peisajovich, Pablo Siquier, Horacio Zabala Works on paper by: Ines Bancalari, Teresa Pereda, Ana Tiscornia
Carlos Cruz-Diez, Cromosaturación (Chromosaturation), 1965-2008 Three chromo-cubicles, site-specific environment (florescent lights with blue, red & green filters) Courtesy of Americas Society Gallery, New York Photo by: Arturo Sanchez March 19 – June 20, 2010 Miami Art Museum presents an exhibition of interactive works by Carlos Cruz-Diez (b. 1923, Caracas). Carlos Cruz-Diez: The Embodied Experience of Color marks the artist’s first exhibition to focus solely on sensory chromatic environments and interactive projects. Internationally known as a leading […]
Magdalena Atria, Monstrous Moonshine, 2010 Plasticine, 78 x 236 inches / 200 x 600 cm approximately February 13 – April 3, 2010 Magdalena Atria’s first solo exhibition in Miami presents us with a well balanced display of her most recent works. Living and working in Santiago de Chile, Atria has developed a significant local and international career, with multiple solo exhibitions and participation in important international exhibitions at venues such as The Museum of Contemporary […]
Karina Peisajovich, Todo debe ser gris salvo el círculo cromático, 2009 Light projection November 14, 2009 – February 6, 2010 Curated by Eva Grinstein Participating Artists: Fabian Burgos, Martin Di Paola, Marcolina Dipierro, Veronica Di Toro, Lucio Dorr, Silvia Gurfein, Silvana Lacarra, Adriana Minoliti, Karina Peisajovich, Pablo Siquier, Andres Sobrino. Latin American Abstract Geometric painting, with its strong ties to Europe yet with its undeniably great, regional protagonists, has left an enormous legacy to the […]
Gean Moreno [NAME] Screen (Prototype), 2009 Pine wood, duct tape, screws, and cold light 72 x 72 x 12 inches Thru September 5, 2009 (August by appointment only) For the exhibition Luna Park, Alejandra von Hartz Gallery has invited six Miami artists to produce functional lighting objects and/or realistic schemes for ambient illumination. In other words, they have been invited not so much to produce artsy, one-of-a-kind lamps as to develop well-thought prototypes that can […]
Work by Rory MacArthur May 14 – June 8, 2009 Carol Jazzar is pleased to present New Abstraction, an exhibit of new abstract paintings rooted in gesture, space and the qualities of the paint. Abstraction exists today in many forms. It is alive and well and more than ever it is refreshingly challenging. Like a breathtaking revelation, this show explores surprising and enlightening ways to understand and rethink contemporary abstraction. The artists presented here […]
Pablo Siquier, O827, 2008 Vinyl on wall, 98.5 x 118 inches November 8, 2008 – January 31, 2009
Soledad Arias, like you i forgot, 2007 Chromogenic c print. 30 x 40 inches April 14 — May 31, 2007 A solo exhibition by MINUS SPACE artist Soledad Arias presenting a body of new work that subtly addresses the relevance of remembering as a personal and social vehicle to responsibility, healing and awareness.