Andy Moses, Paint Magician, Exhibited in Miami for the First Time

August 9, 2005Gallery Artists

Being exhibited in a Miami art gallery for the first time, the minimalist abstractions of Andy Moses have been featured in a number of well-known galleries in New York City and in California since 1986. Moses’ extraordinary technique, developed over many years with special paints from the aerospace industry, causes a jaw-dropping color shift in the … Read More

Mexican Surrealist Enrique Chavarria’s Paintings Compare With Those of Remedios Varo, Leonora Carrington

July 27, 2005Gallery Artists, Latin American Artists

Enrique Chavarria was an intellectual, widely read Mexican recluse whose works can be compared with those of the Remedios Varo or Leonora Carrington. Like those well-known artists, Chavarria’s paintings often refer to arcane myths and esoteric practices. Acquired by an art gallery owner who passed away, few of them ever were offered for sale, thus … 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

Fresh From Cuba: Juan Roberto Diago

July 20, 2005Latin American Artists

Whether stitched and painted pieces of cloth or burned, chipped and painted wooden constructions, I find the works of Juan Roberto Diago are fresh, provocative and powerful. Along with various venues in his native Cuba, they have been exhibited in Italy, Spain, France and at Art Miami and arteaméricas. See artwork and get information about … Read More

Mexican, U.S. Museum Exhibitions of Mario Rangel

July 19, 2005Latin American Artists

Mario Rangel has participated in numerous exhibitions in both Mexico and the U.S., including “Otra Generación, Foro de Arte Contemporaneo,” Mexico City in1980; “Trastiempo: La Nueva Pintura Mexicana,” Museo de Arte Moderno, Mexico City in 1983; “Confrontación,” Museo del Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico City in 1986; and “Aqui y Allá;” Los Angeles Municipal Art … Read More