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Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Where: Dorsch Gallery
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Brian Gefen: The Dee Dee and Jack Wedding
Please join us for the opening reception this Friday May 13th, 6-9pm, celebrating the solo show by Brian Gefen.
The exhibition will run from May 13, 2011 - June 4, 2011.
The gallery will also be open noon-9pm on Saturday, May 14, for the Wynwood Second Saturday art-walk.
"Each painting in my narrative series is a theatrical moment in the saga of the warring clans of Development of Power and Untitled Creatures. The exhibit illustrates a romantic incident in the lives of two main characters: Tatiana Dee Dee and Helmet Jack."
- Brian Gefen, April 2011
Also on view until June 4:
Paul Myoda: Glittering Machines
Brookhart Jonquil: Never Odd or Even
Dorsch Gallery is also pleased to present:
List of works; a reason to survey
A performance by 3PQ in the garden, May 14, in the evening during the Wynwood Second Saturday art-walk.
Dorsch Gallery
151 NW 24 St
Miami, FL 33127
305-576-1278
Hours: Tue-Sat, 12-5
dorschgallery.com


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Event Title: Dummy
Where: Coral Gables Art Cinema
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
U.S. Theatrical Premiere of Dummy in 35mm
WHEN: Begins Friday, May 20 and continues through Thursday, May 27,
Fri. 5/20 at 6:00 & 8:00 pm; Sat. 5/21 at 4:00 & 8:00 pm; Sun. 5/22 at 2:00 & 6:00 pm; Mon. 5/23 at 5:00 & 9:00 pm; Tue. 5/24 at 7:00 pm; Wed. 5/25 at 5:00 & 9:00 pm; Thu. 5/26 at 7:00 pm

WHERE: Coral Gables Art Cinema, 260 Aragon Avenue, Coral Gables, Florida, 33134; parking on-site in covered garage
ADMISSION: Tickets are $10 and under at the box office only during screening hours
INFO: www.gablescinema.com, info@gablescinema.com or (786) 385-9689



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Where: Myra Galleries
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
East and Far East meet Miami at Myra Galleries
Opening reception: Friday, April 8, 2011. 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
From April 9 through May 31, 2011
For its second exhibition, Myra Galleries is proudly introducing artists from the eastern and far eastern parts of the world, specifically from Korea, Australia and Iran. The gallery is very excited to introduce audiences to this new exhibit and invites the public to attend the opening night event on Friday, April 8th from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Artist Kwon Soon IK was born in South Korea in 1959. "In my recent works, simple and every day objects often appear as main subject matters. Those things such as bags, shoes, lighters, spoons, chopsticks, clothes, etc, are not meant for artistic practices, but the fact that I incorporate them into my work, automatically transforms these objects into a collection through which my life and emotions are permeated. There is also the use of calligraphy and raised texts in my newest body of work, some of them representing patterns of the Korean alphabet. My intention was not to be satisfied with a mere visual delivery, but to represent Korean culture and emotions through the canvas." Kwon Soon IK has exhibited his works in museums and collections in Colombia, Uruguay, Spain, Japan, and the United States. Some of his pieces were on view at Art Basel Miami last year.
Paul Ching - Bor was born in 1963 and moved to Sydney, Australia in 1987. There he focused on watercolors, portraying primarily the suburban neighborhood of Paddington, where his studio was located. In 1990 Ching-Bor received a scholarship sponsored by Mercedes-Benz and an award from the Royal Agricultural Society for the study of fine art in New York. In the following year he received the Overseas Study Travel Grant from the Rotary Club of Camberwell, Victoria, Australia. During the next four years he saved money to make sure that he would be able to prolong his stay beyond the scholarship's term, and in 1996 he was able to realize a long-held desire to move to New York. "When I first walked down the streets of Manhattan I was curious about the impact this strident city and the jostling crowds would have on my work," Ching-Bor recalled. "The structures, arches, and bridges immediately inspired me, and particularly suited my limited color palette. My favo rite colors are black and white, and I found I was able to tackle New York subjects in a very free way that, in the early stages, suggests abstract painting."
Phil Kyo Jang was born in Korea in 1968. He graduated from the Department of Painting at the College of Fine Arts, Se-Jong University. This talented artist will be exhibiting for the first time in Miami. He says about his dummy figures, "The dummy is a representation of an ordinary human being. Ordinary people have no specific character but have only desire, selfishness and weakness." Jang use humor and wit to describe humans.
Hossein Edalatkhah was born in Iran in 1979. His oil on canvas works are representing his protest against undemocratic and discriminated societies and governments especially in Iran. His work in the exhibition is a series of eight pieces titled "My body, my private life, my biography." The artist states, "My body is my source to protest against the governmental propaganda. In my collection I decided to look back to my history so you can witness Safavieh, Qajar, Pahlavi, and Islamic Republic periods."
Niki Kouhpayma was born in Persia in 1976. He is coming to Miami with very fresh ideas in her photos.
Myra Galleries
177 NW 23rd Street
Wynwood Art District
Miami, FL 33127
Ph: 305.573.7670
www.myragalleries.com



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Where: Lowe Art Museum
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Ivan Albreht: Repetitive Choices
Lowe Art Museum
From Apr 16 through May 29, 2011
This spring the University of Miami Lowe Art Museum is hosting a faculty exhibition highlighting the work of Ivan Albreht. Ivan Albreht: Repetitive Choices is on view at the Lowe from through May 29, 2011. Ivan Albreht was born and raised in Belgrade, former Yugoslavia. He is Assistant Professor of Ceramics / Sculpture at the Department of Art and Art History at UM. Albreht's current work explores issues of individuality in the sociopolitical context of the western society. He is specifically interested in ways in which technological advancement, consumerism and global politics influence the emergence of an individual. He is engaged in exploring the perception of "beauty" in Western society.

Albreht has actively exhibited both nationally and internationally since 1997. Solo exhibitions include WeissPollack Gallery in NYC; University of Pittsburg in Bradford; Gallery of American Cultural Center in Belgrade. International competitions include Ceramics of Europe - The Westerwald Prize 2009; The Sixth Taiwan Golden Ceramics Awards 2001. His work has received significant recognition, including Special Prize at the 4th World Ceramic Biennale 2007 in Korea, the largest and most competitive juried international exhibition in the field of ceramic arts. In 2009, Albreht was nominated and elected as member of International Academy of Ceramics (IAC) based in Genève, Switzerland. He has also participated in several artist residency programs in the United States and Europe.

Lowe Art Museum
1301 Stanford Drive
Coral Gables, FL 33146
305.284.3535
www.lowemuseum.org



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Event Title: The Red Thread
Where: The PlayGround Theatre
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
The Red Thread
April 13, - May 27

by Stephanie Ansin & Fernando Calzadilla Choreography by Octavio Campos & Ileigh Reynolds
Original Music & Sound Design by Luciano Stazzone
Set, Costume & Lighting Design by Fernando Calzadilla
Directed by Stephanie Ansin
A widowed weaver has dedicated three years of his life to creating one magnificent silk tapestry. Anxious to sell the tapestry so they can use the money to create luxurious lives, the weaver's two older daughters steal his work before it is finished. Mortally betrayed, the weaver collapses, and his youngest daughter takes it upon herself to retrieve his masterpiece. Her ensuing adventures challenge her mind, body, and spirit and ultimately bring her true love, inner strength, and a glorious reunion. This original play is inspired by Chinese folklore, myths and mysticism. Recommended for ages 8 and up. Production running time: 90 minutes, no intermission.


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Where: New Theatre
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
A Streetcar Named Desire
by Tennessee Williams

May 20 - June 12, 2011
This modern classic follows the decline of a fading Southern belle and the sexy, beer-chugging barbarian responsible for her tragic fall.



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Event Title: Jimenez Deredia
Where: TRESART
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Jimenez Deredia
May 6 - June 3, 2011
Reception: Friday, May 6, 7-10 pm
TRESART
550 Biltmore Way Suite 111 Coral Gables FL 33134
T: 305.648.3007 | E: director@TRESART.us | <www.TRESART.us>


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Event Title: Common Threads
Where: Bakehouse Art Complex
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Audrey Love Gallery
Common Threads
Opening Reception Friday, May 13 7-10pm
Common Threads is an exhibition that focuses on the properties and functionalities of textures and fibers and their application in contemporary art.
Exhibiting artists explore various textures and patterns through labor intensive processes to create innovative, contemporary work rooted in traditional fiber materials, techniques and structures.
Exhibiting Artists
Regina Jestrow
Colleen Kelley
Natasha Middagh
Hugo Patao
Bianca Pratorius
Rosaria Pugliese
Carrie Sieh
Project Room: An installation by guest fiber artist Jonathan Rockford
Exhibition on view through June 1st, 2011

Friday, May 13th as we close out the season with two new exhibitions, a live jazz performance by Nestor Torres, authentic and organic German food from Roland's Food Bike, and open studios by over 65 artists. The event starts at 7:00pm, free parking.
Please see the information below regarding our new exhibitions.
FRIDAY, MAY 13 7-10PM
Bakehouse Art Complex
561 NW 32nd Sreet
Wynwood Arts District
305.576.2828 www.bacfl.org


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Where: Coral Gables Art Cinema
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
WERNER HERZOG'S 3D
"CAVE OF FORGOTTEN DREAMS"
OPENING 5/13 AT THE
CORAL GABLES ART CINEMA
Fri. 5/13 at 5:30, 7:30 & 9:30 pm;
Sat. 5/14 at 2:00, 4:00, 6:00, 8:00 & 10:00 pm;
Sun. 5/15 at 2:00, 4:00, 6:00 & 8:00 pm;
Mon. 5/16 at 7:00 & 9:00 pm;
Tue. 5/17 at 7:00 & 9:00 pm;
Wed. 5/18 at 5:00, 7:00 & 9:00 pm;
Thu. 5/19 at 5:00, 7:00 & 9:00 pm.
Fri. 5/20 at 4:00 & 10:00 pm;
Sat. 5/21 at 2:00, 6:00 & 10:00 pm;
Sun. 5/22 at 4:00 & 8:00 pm;
Mon. 5/23 at 7:00 pm;
Tue. 5/24 at 5:00 & 9:00 pm;
Wed. 5/25 at 7:00 pm;
Thu. 5/26 at 5:00 & 9:00 pm



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Where: Locust Projects
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Intuitive Collaborative Dance Performance with Matthew Ronay and Nathan Carter
Saturday, May 14th, 7-10pm
Through June 18th
Friday, May 13th, 6:30pm
Conversation with the artists

Conceived specifically for Locust Projects, Brooklyn-based artists Matthew Ronay and Nathan Carter will present an intuitive dance performance and a didgeridoo revue.


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