A native of Argentina, Julio Fierro likes to tickle our imagination with naive paintings of fanciful cars and famous people zooming across the pampas. His offbeat, humorous landscapes are guaranteed to make anyone smile. See artwork and get information about it here.
The late Alice Neel was one of the century’s most important portrait artists. The gallery’s retrospective exhibition of her paintings in 1978 was Neel’s first show in the southern United States. Patricia Hills’ definitive biography, “Alice Neel,” published by Harry N. Abrams in 1983, features color photos of a number of works that were shown … Read More
Linda Touby’s new series is a stunning tour de force of how a master colorist makes an extraordinary painting seem simple. Her latest series, at first glance horizontal bands of complementary colors, on examination reveal a synergistic complex of underpainting and subtle visual and verbal messages, pushing the emotional envelope of abstract expressionism to its … Read More
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
“Art Premium,” the bimonthly art magazine based in Puerto Rico, featured an article on the gallery’s current mini-retrospective of Matt Lamb’s paintings from 1990 to 2005, along with a summary of events leading to his career as an artist and his recent biography, “Matt Lamb: The Art of Success.” For more information click here.
“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
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
The near-universal appeal of paintings by Alfredo Arcia often includes references to the mythologies that exist in various cultures, striking the deep-seated common roots of humanity. His surrealistic, narrative works have been described as the visual parallel of fiction by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. See artwork and get information about it here
The gallery web site now features a number of its historic exhibitions held over the past 34 years. Clicking on a particular exhibition will bring up many of the works shown at that time as well as information about the show. Included is the one in 1978 for Alice Neel, the first exhibition of her 1927-1977 … Read More
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