Matt Lamb To Autograph His Biography, ‘The Art of Success,’ at Opening of ‘Matt Lamb: Paintings 1990-2005’

December 20, 2005Gallery Artists, Gallery News, Magazine and Newspaper Reviews

Matt Lamb, whose exuberant creatures and luscious abstractions have been exhibited in the Picasso Museum in Horta de Sant Joan, Spain; at the Centre Miró in Montroig, Spain; and at Westminster Cathedral, London, will be on hand during the opening reception for “Matt Lamb: Paintings 1990-2005,” on Friday, Jan. 6th, from 7-10 p.m. at the … Read More

'Matt Lamb: Paintings, 1990-2005' Reviewed by 'The Coral Gables Gazette'

December 9, 2005Gallery Artists, Gallery News, Magazine and Newspaper Reviews

“The Coral Gables Gazette” splashed a major article across its front local page in full color on the gallery’s exhibition, “Matt Lamb: Paintings, 1990-2005,” and the autograph party for Richard Speer, author of the biography, “Matt Lamb: The Art of Success.” The article appeared on the day of the autograph party at Books & Books, bolstering … Read More

Writing in 'Miami New Times,' Carlos Suarez de Jesus Reviews Matt Lamb Exhibition

December 8, 2005Gallery Artists, Gallery News, Magazine and Newspaper Reviews

In Carlos Suarez de Jesus’  review of the gallery’s exhibition of new works by Matt Lamb and the its presentation of the new book, “Matt Lamb : The Art of Success,” in Greater Miami’ leading news weekly, “Miami New Times,” he notes that on “encountering the uninhibitedly zany works of self-taught artist Matt Lamb, one … Read More

Gallery’s ‘Latin American Invitational’ Heralded in New ‘Art Premium’ Magazine

September 1, 2005Gallery News, Magazine and Newspaper Reviews

The gallery’s summer 2005 exhibition, “Latin American Invitational,” was featured in an illustrated article in “ArtPremium,” the slick new arts review based in Puerto Rico. The show combined works by masters such as Benjamin Cañas, Leonora Carrington, Diego Rivera, Gunther Gerzso, Pablo O’Higgins, David Alfaro Siqueiros, Rufino Tamayo, Francisco Toledo, and Francisco Zuñiga with mid-career … Read More

Virginia Miller’s Artists Featured in Summer 2005 Cover Articles of two Leading Art Magazines

July 26, 2005Gallery News, Magazine and Newspaper Reviews

Arte al Día International devotes its cover and six full pages and nine photos to a major article on Hugo Crosthwaite by the renowned British author Edward Lucie-Smith. Even the magazine’s subscription cards feature the cover drawing by Crosthwaite, an emerging Mexican artist. Along with its cover, NY Arts magazine has a full-page article by … Read More

'Latin American Invitational' Exhibition Features 'Masters of Today and Tomorrow'

June 26, 2005Gallery Artists, Gallery News, Latin American Artists, Magazine and Newspaper Reviews

A review in “El Nuevo Herald” of the gallery’s “Latin American Invitational” exhibition includes color photos of works by Leonora Carrington, Michelle Concepción, Alexis Fernández and Marco Tullio. Virginia Miller notes that its disparate artists are “the masters of today and tomorrow.” For more information, click here.

Hugo Crosthwaite Exhibition Reviewed by Eminent British Author Edward Lucie-Smith

June 5, 2005Gallery Artists, Gallery News, Latin American Artists, Magazine and Newspaper Reviews

Two of the gallery’s artists are featured as cover stories on the Summer 2005 issues of  “Arte al Dia” and “NY Arts” magazines. To read the review of Hugo Crosthwaite’s “Maniera Obscura/In a Dark Manner 1998-2005” exhibition by the noted author Edward Lucie-Smith, go to Artists, Hugo Crosthwaite, and Reviews. For more information click here.

'Miami Art Guide' Highlights Historical 'Firsts' Curated and Exhibited by Virginia Miller

December 5, 2004Gallery News, Magazine and Newspaper Reviews

The “Miami Art Guide” article highlights some of the gallery’s historic exhibitions, including the state’s first shows for Alice Neel and Richard Pousette Dart, the nation’s first major exhibition of the Dominican Republic’s master artist, Ramón Oviedo, the first exhibition of the SITE architectural team, the region’s first history of photography exhibition, the first time … Read More