Via Lo Que Pasa en Miami

Tomorrow, Thursday, July 24th, 2014 from 6:30 to 9:30PM, the Juan Ruiz Gallery in Wynwood will inaugurate a small format summer show entitled "Short Story" with the work by eleven Miami-based artists: Esteban Blanco, Pip Brant, Carol K. Brown, Randy Burman, Liliam Dominguez, Kathleen Hudspeth, Mary Larsen, Rogelio Lopez-Marin, Rafael Lopez-Ramos, Ruben Torres-Llorca and Lucy de la Vega.

On view through September 20th,  the collective exhibition curated by Juan Ruiz Gallery artist Ruben Torres-Llorca displays a cross-sectional sampling of the best of Miami art scene while demonstrating that the excellence of an artwork is not necessarily tied up to big scale artworks, a trend that begun to flood the art market since the 1980s.

Tomorrow, Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014 at 7PM, the Richard Shack Gallery at 800 Lincoln Road will present a conversation between Brazilian-born artist Laura Vinci and Cuban-born, independent curator, art historian and photographer, Elizabeth Cerejido.

Vinci is currently presenting an exhibition at ArtCenter / South Florida entitled "Untitled (from the series Papéis Avulsos)" on view through September 7th, 2014.

American-born, Brooklyn-based artist James Hyde (University of Rochester), a celebrated and innovative painter -Pollock-Krasner Grant, Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship, Joan Mitchell Foundation Fellowship- is currently exhibiting at SITElines, the new perspectives of art in the Americas Biennial (On view through January 11th, 2015).

With opening festivities that are continuing today Saturday July 19th for Unsettled Landscapes, SITE Santa Fe's first  Installment Exhibition series of its Biennial "SITElines," New Perspectives on art of the Americas- (On view through January 11, 2015), signifies a radical rethinking of SITE Santa Fe’s signature biennial exhibition, which was originally established in 1995 when SITE Santa Fe first opened.

Via Lo Que Pasa en Miami

Located on one of the most iconic Art Deco buildings in Miami Beach, 420 Lincoln Road & The Shoppes@420 Lincoln Road is the only structure on Lincoln Road that can accommodate large format tenants, such as the prestigious David Castillo Gallery which is making the move transitioning from its 5,000 square foot gallery on 2nd Avenue and 22 Street in Wynwood,  to the historic 1942 Albert Anis-designed building located on one of the coolest outdoor malls in the U.S.

Miami-based Spinello Projects has announced that one of his eleven represented artists, TYPOE -whose practice employs a consistent push-pull between the dark recesses of the urban underground and the veneers of celebrity- has been invited to participate designing a label for Beck's Beer Campaign entitled "Live Beyond Labels."

The summer-long takeover marks the 27th time the brand has replaced standard labels with original designs by artists, such as Andy Warhol, Jeff Koons, Damien Hirst, Karl L

Continuing with her constant participation at international art fairs, the impressionistic-abstract photographic work of West Palm Beach-based artist Cheryl Maeder will be exhibited next week from July 24-28 (Booth AS62) at Artsouthampton 2014 represented by the Paris-NYC-based gallery Mark Hachem.

From her Dreamscapes series, Maeder filmed the beaches of Miami and went beyond the range of the static photography to transition on short films, such as La Mer, arranged with music by Vadim Kiselev.

Organised by the Istanbul Foundation for Culture and Arts (İKSV), and curated by Zoë Ryan, the Second Istanbul Design Biennial' s manifesto is entitled “The Future is Not What It Used To Be” and will be on view for 6 weeks from November 1st to  December 14th, 2014.

With a Press Preview scheduled from October 30-31,  the Biennial will be covering the fields of design, technology, fashion, graphics, urbanism, product design, film and food.

By looking at the cover image of this article, one is fascinated to see a mandala-shaped wall sculpture with a cleverly designed visual effect made by Wisconsin-born, New York-based new-media artist James Clar (BFA, MFA Interactive Telecommunication, New York University) whose work will be featured in a forthcoming solo show in London as he is now currently represented by the prestigious, cutting-edge gallery Carroll / Fletcher.

On Thursday, August 7th, 2014 from 6 to 9PM,  the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) will inaugurate an exhibition entitled "Adler Guerrier: Formulating a Plot," (On view through January 25th, 2015) by Port-au-Prince-born artist Adler Guerrier (BFA, University of Florida /New World School of the Arts Miami '00).