Inventory Archive opens in Downtown Miami

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Shelf Life opens at Alfred I. DuPont Building, downtown Miami

  * Shelf Life 155A Flagler Street On view September 7, 2012 thru January 7, + view

Shelf Life. In production.

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Michelle Weinberg: Pictorial Record opens at Bob Rauschenberg Gallery, Edison State College in Fort Myers, FL

Find out more about the Bob Rauschenberg Gallery here. Left: Visible Thought, Right: Cul de sac, with paint installation at Bob Rauschenberg Gallery. Download the poster, with essay by Paul Clemence and poem by Denise Duhamel here. (.pdf 336k) + view

Installation view, Dorsch Gallery, Miami

From left: Courtyard, Folded Kiosk, PreFab2, Pretend Room 1, 2, & 3, G-Spot, Hop the Wall. All works gouache paintings on paper. On view thru June 9. Artists’ panel discussion May 29, 7pm.   + view

Splinters & Polygon Projections

On view at Dorsch Gallery, Miami thru June 9, 2012. Hand-tufted wool/silk rug by Odabashian + view

New works at Dorsch Gallery. Opens Fri May 11/Sat May 12.

Press release here. (2.4MB.pdf ) + view

Little Languages/Coded Pictures at Kathryn Markel Fine Arts & Lesley Heller Workspace, NYC

Learn more at Kathryn Markel Fine Arts and Lesley Heller Workspace. design: 2urn + view

Inventory 02: Soul Does Matter opens Saturday, November 26

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Pattern Play at Florida Craftsmen in St. Petersburg, FL

In downtown St. Petersburg, FL, visit for more info + view

Catalog for An Exchange with Sol Lewitt

Celebrated for the revolutionary role he played in the development of both Conceptualism and Minimalism, Sol LeWitt was also renowned for his exchanges of artwork with various artists throughout his lifetime. For LeWitt, the act of exchange seemed to be not only a personal gesture, but also an integral part of his conceptual practice. In [&hellip + view

Tumbld Flwrs rug in American Design Club’s Use Me exhibition

For its sixth show since its founding in 2008, theAmerican Design Club presents Use Me: an exhibition by 45 young American designers of unapologetically functional objects, each of which exhibits a strong sense of purpose, intelligent use of materials, and the ability to do one thing extremely well. On view during ICFF weekend in NYC [&hellip + view