ON VIEW IN MIAMI
Triangle Miami is an independent publication focusing on Miami artists, galleries and local institutions.
Locust Projects | Ronny Quevedo
ule ole allez, a new project by Ecuadorian-born, Queens-based artist Ronny Quevedo at Locust Projects honors the passion for play and sense of community found in Miami’s Caribbean, Central, and South American soccer and futsal playing communities and brings it into the gallery through a collaborative art project. Futsal matches will capture players’ movements on the gallery’s white floors lined with the colorful boundaries of the playing field creating a massive installation. Combined they serve as a metaphor for the collective immigrant experience. This is Quevedo’s first solo show in Miami.
3852 North Miami Avenue, Miami Fl 33127
Dimensions Variable (DV) | BETWEEN MEMORY AND DESIRE
Dimensions Variable (DV) presents a solo project titled Between Memory and Desire by Miami-based artist Clara Varas. The exhibition opens on October 22, 2022 and runs through January 10, 2023 in the Main Gallery.
The title references an in-between state- a conglomeration of what is factual, imagined, and future potential. The body of work in Between Memory and Desire was born from personal household items, clothing, found objects and industrial materials that excavate urbanity and allude to the precarious nature of contemporary life and the human condition.
Dimensions Variable (DV)
101 NW 79th Street
Miami, FL 33150
Nina Johnson | Nadia Ayari: Eyelash in the Unknown
Nina Johnson presents a solo exhibition of new work by artist Nadia Ayari, on view November 28, 2022 – January 7, 2023. Eyelash in the Unknown—a title inspired by the words of poet Daniel Feinberg—features a new body of narrative-driven works, including the artist’s signature style of paintings and never-before-seen clear cast glass sculptures.
Raised in Tunisia and based in Brooklyn since 2007, Ayari’s paintings are characterized by a discernable balance between abstraction and figuration, often exploring elements of her native landscape, the narration of a story, and what she sees as a negotiation of her personal and political views. Using natural imagery as the core subject of her work—undulating branches, pink flowers, twisting leaves—Ayari’s canvases are brought to life with vibrant colors, bold tones, and thick textures.
6315 NW 2nd Ave Miami, Florida 33150
Primary | Wade Tullier
"It was a Dream It is a Flood," a selection of new large-scale ceramics by the artist Wade Tullier. This exhibit marks Tullier's second solo exhibition with the gallery, further exploring generational storytelling and hierarchical proportion concerning his familial identity.
A remoteness to Southern Louisiana defines the region's landscape as much as it does the culture. An amphibious folk, equally comfortable on land as they are on the water, value their independence and live off the land uninhibited to the east of Atchafalaya Basin. This swampland is fertile, especially when it comes to the lifelong profession that is tale-telling.
Monday, November 28, 2022
7410 NW MIAMI COURT, MIAMI, FL 33150
Rafael Lozano-Hemmer: Pulse Topology I Superblue and BMW i
An immersive artwork by renowned Mexican-Canadian artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer
As spectacular as it is meaningful, Pulse Topology is an immersive biometric artwork consisting of 3,000 suspended light bulbs, each of which glimmers to the heartbeat of different participants. As visitors traverse a series of crests and valleys of pulsing lights at Superblue, sensors detect and record new heartbeats, which replace the oldest ones, creating a memento mori in which the trace of individual heartbeats gains poetic strength as a powerful choir of human connection.
1101 NW 23rd St, Miami, FL 33127
Mindy Solomon Gallery | Cleon Peterson: No Place (Utopia)
Cleon Peterson: No Place (Utopia)
In his newest show, Peterson explores the human condition and the price we pay for joy at the expense of others. Depicted in his signature graphic style, Peterson continues to challenge and engage the viewer to question their own place in the social hierarchy. November 27, 2022 – January 2, 2023
Opening November 27th from 12—4 pm
Thrush Holmes: Fuck Paradise
Holmes utilizes his candy colored floral motifs, muscle cars and female figures to present a vibrant artificial sense of the promised land. November 27, 2022 – January 2, 2023
Mindy Solomon Gallery
848 NW 22nd St. Miami, FL 33127
Spinello Projects | Alexandre Diop: Back to Basics
Miami gallery debut of Alexandre Diop (b. 1995), a Franco-Senegalese artist currently based in Vienna, Austria, featuring new works that uniquely combine abstraction and figuration. For this exhibition, Diop is revisiting the birthplace of his artistic practice, the city of Berlin, to be the inspirational center. Diop’s works bridge painting and sculpture and occupy a space that allows him to experiment with definitions of object versus image. 11. 28. 2022 – 01. 14. 2023
Back to Basics will run concurrently with the artist’s solo presentation at the Rubell Museum, debuting new works created at the museum’s 2022 Artist-in-Residence.
2930 NW 7 Ave, Wynwood
Emerson Dorsch | Paula Wilson: Be Wild. Bewilder
Solo exhibition which maps the connections in Wilson’s rich multimedia practice. Curated by Tyler Emerson-Dorsch, the exhibition focuses on how Wilson deploys fragmentation as a motif that has symbolic and analogical ramifications. Her work exercises acute observations of the natural world, wide-ranging research, interstitial identities, and a vision of the powerful feminine.
NOVEMBER 27, 2022 - JANUARY 21, 2023
5900 NW 2nd Avenue
Miami, FL 33127