L’Arabesque opens Feb 11 at Bleu Acier, Tampa

In conjunction with the opening of an exhibition of works by Henri Matisse at the new Tampa Museum of Art, Bleu Acier presents works by Neil Bender, Elisabeth Condon, Herve DiRosa, Dominique Labauvie, Frederique Lucien, Pierre Mabille, Philippe Richard, Peter Soriano, Michelle Weinberg, Voshardt/Humphrey. Through March 27. www.BleuAcier.com + view

Littlest Sister at Spinello Gallery

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Free-Arranger opens at MIA Gallery, Miami International Airport

Michelle Weinberg, Pop-up Interior, 2009 On view through January 2010 in American Airlines Terminal E, Free-Arranger is a group exhibition with works by Dimitry Said Chamy, Theresa Hackett, Judith Robertson, Michelle Weinberg and Elizabeth Wild. Grab the brochure here: FreeArrangerExhibit + view

Into the Wild at Carol Jazzar Fine Art in Miami

Carol Jazzar Fine Art exhibits the latest rug designed by Michelle Weinberg, hand-knotted of Tibetan wool  & silk in Nepal (no child labor involved). Into the Wild features works by Ai Kijima, Elisabeth Condon, John DeFaro, Luis Garcia-Nerey, Lilian Garcia-Roig, Enrique Gomez de Molina, Juanita Meneses & Michelle Weinberg. On view October 16th thru November 15th, 2009. Garden [&hellip + view

Polychrome Affinities on view thru Dec 15, 08

Rainbow Plaza, a 18′ x 40′ mural by Michelle Weinberg, is part of the exhibition “Polychrome Affinities”. Large-scale works by Weinberg, Guerra de la Paz and Magali Wilensky were created for the Miami-Dade Main Library’s 2nd Floor exhibition space + view

Collage works in “Continuing Adventures of Our Heroine” at David Castillo Gallery

She-Ro Travels Back in Time and Space to Move Forward , Parts 1 & 2, 2008, paper collage, 74″ x 64″ On view through November 1 at David Castillo Gallery in Miami’s Wynwood art district. Group show featuring works by Susan Lee Chun, Francie Bishop Good, Natalya Laskis, Lee Materrazzi, Cindy Sherman, Jaimie Warren and [&hellip + view

Weinberg apartment, by Carolyn Swiszcz

Yes, my crib, immortalized. On view at Girls’ Club, Fort Lauderdale, in “Under the Influence”. Visit www.cjsstudio.com to go to the artist’s site + view

Installation view, The Schoolhouse Gallery in Provincetown, MA

Backdrop is paintings within a painting, a large interior with windows opening onto street scenes and other intimately scaled interiors. The Schoolhouse Gallery is the best, liveliest gallery in the United States’ oldest continuous art colony – Provincetown, Massachusetts + view