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

Subtitles, Camouflages and Telenovelas

At Schoolhouse Gallery in Provincetown, MA. On view July 10-29, 2009 Short Novel, Surprise Ending, 2009 gouache on paper, 8 1/2" x 61/2" + view

In Norway…July 2009

New works were created and exhibited in Brusand, Norway, at Nordisk kunst Plattform, a unique and original alternative space run by artistic/curatorial team Elizabeth Croft and Jan Kjetil Bjorheim. The workspace is a disused train station building, each room papered in a patterned vintage wallpaper. Travel was supported by an Artist Access Grant from Tigertail [&hellip + view

Polychrome Affinities at Miami-Dade Main Library

Large scale works exposing the artists’ obsession with color by Guerra de la Paz, Michelle Weinberg and Magali Wilensky. for more information and installation views, visit Creative Thriftshop website, and view Miami-Dade County’s On-Demand. October 9 – December 15, 2008 Reception/Artist Talk Thursday, November 13, 6pm An original poster with essay by Helen Kohen accompanies [&hellip + 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

New painting installation at The Schoolhouse Gallery

Opening July 25 in Provincetown, MA. Visit for more info. Conversation Pit, 2008 gouache on paper, 22″ x 25 + view

Top Soil at Casa Lin in Miami during Art Basel

Curated by Mette Tommerup. This is a really great show. Casa Lin is located right behind the Rubell Collection. My piece is made from painted concrete garden pavers. Above:  Red Brick Alley, painted concrete, 120″ x 20″   + view


Artists Neil Bender, Elisabeth Condon and Michelle Weinberg focus their polymorphous painting and installation strategies at the crossroads of an individual and collective cityscape. Their private manias—for signage, crooked geometries, interlocking modules, apocalyptic wallpapers, and imaginary terrains – are united by a common obsession with pattern, vivid color, the jetsam and flotsam of commercial and [&hellip + view

New paintings

Intricate Pattern Overlays, made for IPO’s Satellite Office, gouache on paper + view