Energizing Art Abounds Around Coral Gables

December 5, 2017Gallery Artists, Gallery News

If you notice more spring in your step in Coral Gables these days, it’s probably because of all the art energy. The designs of renowned Venezuelan artist Carlos Cruz-Diez were painted on eight downtown pedestrian crosswalks in his characteristic op-art style and thirteen banners depicting various Cruz-Diez installations around the globe are installed on the … Read More

Must-See Art Guide: Miami by artnet

December 1, 2017Gallery News

Miami’s art week opens just in time to nip that seasonal affective disorder in the bud. Galleries all across North America, Europe, and Asia flock to the sun-drenched city December 5–10 to make their statement on what is now and necessary about art in this moment, with Pulse, Art Miami, and Scope providing them with … Read More

Mateo Blanco: Colombian Artist Switches from Food as Art to Honor Madonna

November 29, 2017Gallery News, Magazine and Newspaper Reviews

Mateo Blanco, the opera-singer-turned-visual-artist, has once again attracted international attention, this time for his kinetic portraits of Madonna being exhibited at ArtSpace/ Virginia Miller Galleries in downtown Coral Gables, Florida from December 1, 2017 through January, 31, 2018. Illustrated articles about the exhibit appeared in the Los Angeles Times; El Universal, a leading Venezuelan newspaper; … Read More

CitiTower at Eola Park by Israel Guevara

November 24, 2017Gallery Artists, Gallery News

Fans of geometric abstraction now can view works by gallery artist Israel Guevara in a super-sized version. The Venezuelan-American artist recently dedicated eleven monumental aluminum panels painted in his brilliant color compositions on the exterior of CitiTower, a new 21-story luxury residential condominium on the shore of Lake Eola in Orlando. Florida. Other paintings by … Read More

Leslie Lew: American Memories

August 11, 2013Gallery News

Featuring some of America’s most iconic images, Leslie Lew’s “sculpted oils” offer an emotional journey back to childhoods ranging from the 1930s to 1970s. In this interview, Lew talks to ARTDISTRICTS about her career, her unmistakable style, the projects she is working on at the moment and her recent exhibition “American Memories” at ArtSpace/Virginia Miller Galleries, the … Read More

Leslie Lew: American Neo-Pop Artist

April 13, 2013Gallery News

The Pop art movement, thought to have originated in 1947 with the painting “I Was a Rich Man’s Plaything” by Scottish artist Eduardo Paolozzi, emerged in the mid-1950s in Great Britain and by the late 1950s had begun to upstage Abstract Expressionism. Characterized by such subject matter as mass-produced objects, advertising, comic characters and other … Read More