May 14 to October 30, 2005

AT THIS TIME, 10 Miami Artists: Donald and Mera Rubell's newly refurbished warehouse and legendary art holdings make the Rubell Family Collection one of America's best privately owned contemporary venues. Its current exhibit suggests Miami artists are internationally respected. Curator Mark Coetzee created a dynamic interaction among the pieces by not hanging each artist's works separately, thereby allowing viewers to move from the awe-inspiring -- José Bedia's raft installation -- to the bizarre -- Cooper's cryptic and angst-ridden Our American Cousin assemblage. Naomi Fisher offers some of her color-saturated and visually enticing Assy Floraseries, while Jiae Hwang showcases I'm the Real Princess of the Magical Land, a witty and delicate collection of pencil drawings. Miami and its art scene are relatively young, and with an eye on the future, one easily understands why shows like this are needed: They bring to light historic points of reference for tomorrow's artists and historians. -- Alfredo Triff from Miami New Times

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Artists in the Exhibition:

Hernan Bas
José Bedia
COOPER
Naomi Fisher
Mark Handforth
Jiae Hwang
Norberto Rodriguez
Cristina Lei Rodriguez
Purvis Young
Pablo Cano

 

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