Virginia Miller Participates in Louisiana Museum Symposium

February 2, 2010Gallery News

Gallery director Virginia Miller was one of five speakers in a symposium on “East/West: Visually Speaking” the first group exhibition of contemporary Chinese art curated from the artists rather than from private collections. Being held at the Paul and Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum, University of Louisiana at Lafayette from Jan. 22 through May 1st, … Read More

Alice Neel, Arnaldo Roche-Rabell Featured at the Phillips Collection

April 14, 2009Gallery News

An exhibition at the Phillips collection in Washington, D.C. this summer of 33 internationally renowned figurative painters will include works by Alice Neel and Arnaldo Roche-Rabell. “We presently are offering truly outstanding works by both Neel and Roche-Bell,” noted gallery owner-director Virginia Miller. “These may be seen on our web site,, by clicking under … Read More

Josephine Haden

February 22, 2009Gallery Artists, Gallery News

Gallery artist Josephine Haden continues to rack up impressive awards and exhibitions.  Her work will be featured in a one-person exhibition at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, Virginia, from June to September 2009. Haden also was awarded  the prestigious Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Fellowship for 2008-09, juried by Jeffrey Grove, Curator … Read More

Alice Neel

February 20, 2009Gallery News

During the early years of the Great Depression, Alice Neel was one of the 3,749 artists who participated in the predecessor to the Federal Arts Project of the Works Progress Administration (WPA), the Public Works of Art Project, which operated during 1933-34. During that period, Neel was among the artists who were given a free … Read More

Soledad Salamé

February 13, 2009Gallery Artists, Gallery News

Gallery artist Soledad Salamé will open a one-person exhibition that explores how global warming is changing the Maryland coastline at the Contemporary Museum in Baltimore on March 26th. Marianne and Robert Taylor will hold a champagne brunch fundraiser for the project on March 8th in their waterfront home in Pasadena, Maryland. The artist will speak … Read More

Kyle Wins First Place in Valdosta National 2009 Juried All-Media Competition

January 28, 2009Gallery Artists, Gallery News

Kyle topped more than 200 entries from across the nation to win first place in the Valdosta National 2009 Juried all-Media Competition at Valdosta State University at  Valdosta, Georgia. The winning entry, “Future Site of Everything,” typifies the artist’s ongoing concern about the loss of natural habitat to development: a sign bearing its title, surrounded … Read More

Contemporary Fables – Humberto Castro

October 24, 2008Gallery Artists, Gallery News, Latin American Artists

Humberto Castro’s latest exhibition, “Contemporary Fables,” launches a new direction in his work, visual metaphors based on the concept of fables and of historic immigration as the foundation for today’s society. The new series is an extension of the concept behind many of the paintings and drawings in the Cuban artist’s first 15-year retrospective, held … Read More

Humberto Castro: lo socialeconómico y político del símbolo

October 13, 2008Gallery Artists, Gallery News, Latin American Artists, Magazine and Newspaper Reviews

by Alfredo Triff ARTES Y LETRAS Especial/El Nuevo Herald Fábulas contemporáneas es la última muestra de Humberto Castro que acaba de abrir en la ArtSpace/Virginia Miller Galleries, de Coral Gables. Además de sugestiva –por el alcance de su material temático–, la exploración simbólica de esta serie de óleos, ofrece la oportunidad de contrastar el trabajo … Read More