From September 10th to October 25th, 2015 the New York-based gallery Team will present a second solo show entitled Kerckhoffs' Principle by German painter Robert Janitz.   

For this exhibition, Janitz, 52, will feature a group of his "reverse portraits," or modestly-scaled paintings that depict in abstruse terms the backsides of heads. 

With this body of work, the artist surreptitiously controverts the dichotomy of figurative versus non-representational painting by probing the metamorphosis–or confabulation–of abstract marks into an identifiable figure. 

The exhibition's title refers to Auguste Kerckhoffs' principle of cryptography, which states that a perfect cryptosystem is secure even when all its aspects but its key are publically known.

The New York-based fine art gallery Menconi + Schoelkopf has announced that exciting new works will be coming all the way throughout this summer. 

Milton Avery spent the summers of 1957-60 on the water in Provincetown, Massachusetts, and those summers represent a major advance for Avery.  

He began diluting his oil paint into thin washes, layering on pigment as if it were watercolor to achieve a radiant effect.

The Miami-based gallery Mindy Solomon has announced participation this week from July 30th to August 2nd, 2015 at the Seattle Art Fair, [Booth #707] showcasing works by Gallery artists, Roberto Gomez, James Kennedy & Hang Hyo Lee.

The Gallery also announced that it would be moving to Little River with an Opening Reception on September 11th with an exhibition entitled "Fever Pitch" [On view through October 16th]  by Ali Smith and in the Project Space, Alejandro Contreras.

What's new in the Miami Design District?  

Opera Gallery  an international network of art galleries with spaces in Paris, London, Geneva, Monaco, New York, Hong Kong, Singapore, Seoul, Beirut, Dubai, has opened a new location at the Miami Design District.

Founded by Gilles Dyan in Paris in 1994,  Opera Gallery is one of the leading dealers in modern and contemporary American, European and Asian art with museum as well as private clients worldwide.

Marc Spiegler, Art Basel's Director and Michèle Sandoz, Art Basel's Head of VIP & Visitor Services have announced today that the Fair now has a newly designed website that will allow users to access the world's premier art shows produced in Basel, Hong Kong and Miami Beach.

Enhanced functionalities and a platform designed to work seamlessly across all digital devices provide a flexible, on-the-go experience.

On view through August 15th, 2015 at the Pérez Art Museum Miami, PAMM is an exhibition entitled Global Positioning Systems inaugurated almost a year and is the second iteration of PAMM's Overview Galleries, in which selections from the Museum’s permanent collection are displayed alongside loans from important private collections.

The Brooklyn-based networked contemporary art gallery TRANSFER has announced that it will be presenting work by Gallery artist Jamie Zigelbaum (B.S. Human-Computer Interaction, Tufts University, Master in Media Arts, MIT Media Lab) at the Seattle Art Fair next week from July 30-August 2, 2015 to be showcased at the CenturyLink Field Event Center in Seattle, Washington.

The New York performance duo "Dancenoise" formed by Anne Iobst & Lucy Sexton began making dance-based performances in 1983, initially emerging at the crossroads of no-wave, punk, performance art, modern dance, and Manhattan's East Village nightclub scene.

On view through July 26th, 2015 is an exhibition at the Orlando Museum of Art featuring more than 150 prints–including works by major artists of the past 50 years– that will be available for businesses and organizations in Central Florida to lease, as the Orlando Museum of Art's Council of 101 Corporate Lease Program hosts this exhibition, the most comprehensive of its kind in Florida.

The New York-based gallery On Stellar Rays has announced today that a limited edition artist's book by American-born, San Francisco-based artist Liam Everett entitled INUTILE will be released at the Gallery in an event scheduled for Thursday, September 24th, 2015 at 7PM.

Drawings by Everett, 41, trace and layer the forms of outdated hand tools, found by the artist in a studio outside Toulouse, France.