A&O at Miami Art Week 2019 December 4-8, 2019
James Clar: Presented by Jane Lombard Gallery at UNTITLED
December 4-8, 2019
Jane Lombard Gallery is presenting a solo booth of new work by visual artist James Clar, at UNTITLED at Booth B12. Featuring new sculpture and installation inspired by the movement, aesthetics, and our ecological relationships with water, Clar engages with liquids as a cosmic force by using LED lights and filters to create complex and intimate structures.
This meditation on water and its irreplaceable properties brings to the forefront climate change as a cultural zeitgeist. In Clar’s practice, there is much examination of natural and cultural phenomena and the psychological and sociological impact of these occurrences. In this series, he focuses on natural beauty and the mesmerizing interactions between water and light; creating artificial replicas of nature's most beautiful moments. Clar enacts stillness in a rapidly moving world.
To foster education and innovation in the areas of climate change, the artist and gallery have decided to donate a percentage of sales to Ocean Conservancy, an environmental charity. https://oceanconservancy.org/
Additionally, James Clar’s, Gravitational Collapse, will be on view in UNTITLED’s Special Projects section. The LED sculpture represents an impossible geometric form of a collapsing star.
The artist will be available for interviews on site.
Ralph Ziman: Special Projects at PULSE Art Fair
December 5 - 8, 2019
South African artist, Ralph Ziman, has been selected as a highlighted special project for PULSE Art Fair (4601 Collins Avenue). Ziman will be presenting SPOEK-1, a restored and reclaimed 11-ton decommissioned, apartheid-era Casspir vehicle adorned with 70 million of brightly-colored glass beads in traditional patterns.
Ziman is known for work that interrogates human rights issues such as apartheid, the over-militarization of police, and state violence. Casspirs are armored, all-terrain vehicles developed in South Africa in the 1970s. They were used extensively by the South African Police, as well as the South African Defense Force, against civilians in urban township areas from the late ‘70s through early ‘90s during the apartheid. SPOEK 1 is restored and refitted and transformed into a work of art that subverts narratives of violence and oppression, and reclaims the vehicle as a symbol of beauty and humanity.
SPOEK-1 will be installed at the front of PULSE Art Fair. The artist will be available for interviews on site.
Paradigm Gallery at SCOPE Miami Beach
December 3-8, 2019
Paradigm Gallery is presenting a group booth (#G-03) at the 2019 edition of SCOPE Miami Beach. Artists will include: Drew Leshko, James McNabb, Yoonmi Nam, My Dog Sighs, Jasjyot Singh Hans and Ulla-Stina Wikander.
PJ Linden at Wynwood Walls
Live Painting Begins November 30th, 2019
In addition to their booth at SCOPE Miami Beach, Paradigm Gallery is presenting a mural in Wynwood (75 NW 24th St) by visual artist, PJ Linden, sponsored by Sonder.
Known for her abstract, three dimensional work, Linden paints with machine-like precision, creating microscopic patterns on found objects, fashion, and technology. Linden's work has caught the eye of celebrity clients including Beyonce, Miley Cyrus, Willow Smith, Kelly Osborne and Solange Knowles. Linden has since collaborated with and created pieces for The CFDA, Samsung and Swarovski.
This will be Linden's first mural in Wynwood. She will be available on site during Miami Art Week.
04.12.2019 - 08.12.2019
2217 NW 5th Ave. (at NW 22nd Street)
Miami, FL 33127
Opening Night Preview Pass: $50 online / $60 at event
Total Ticket: Opening Night + 5-Day Pass: $75 online / $85 at event
General Admission, 1-Day Pass: $25 online / $30 at event
Seniors, 1-Day Pass: $15 online / $20 at event
Students, 1-Day Pass: $10 online / $15 at event
OPENING NIGHT PREVIEW PARTY
Wednesday, December 4th: 6:00PM 10:00PM
Thursday, December 5th: 1:00PM 9:00PM
Friday, December 6th: 1:00PM 10:00PM
Saturday, December 7th: 1:00PM 9:00PM
Sunday, December 8th: 12:00PM 5:00PM