SEVEN will return to Miami for the third year

SEVEN will return to Miami for the third year


November 30, 2012

The pioneering collective of BravinLee, Hales, Pierogi, Postmasters,
P.P.O.W., Feldman Fine Arts and Winkleman

December 4–9, 2012
Opening: Tuesday, December 4th, 1–8pm (reception 6–8pm)

2200 NW 2nd Ave. at NW 22nd St.
(Wynwood District) Miami, FL 33127
Free Admission

SEVEN, the collective project organized by the galleries BravinLee programs, Hales Gallery, Pierogi Gallery, Postmasters, P.P.O.W., Ronald Feldman Fine Arts and Winkleman Gallery will return to Miami for the third year at a new location in Wynwood, from December 4th through 9th, 2012. With a focus on a collaborative, exhibition-like presentation commingling galleries and artists, SEVEN looks beyond the art fair model to create a new platform for viewing and acquiring works of art.

BravinLee programs will show a group of new paintings by Los Angeles artist Laura Krifka. Krifka will have her New York solo debut at the gallery in the spring.  They will also preview their show of Tom Sanford’s 100 Little Deaths, a series of watercolors of celebrities that passed away in 2012. The gallery will present work by Philip Akkerman, Charles Ritchie, and a new hand drawn animation by Katie Armstrong. The edition’s program will debut its new 8′ x 10′ rug by Christopher Wool.

Hales Gallery will be focused on works by Frank Bowling, Aubrey Williams and Hew Locke. All three artists emigrated from Guyana (South America/Caribbean) to Great Britain and represent three generations of Britain’s black post-war artistic legacy. Hales Gallery will also show works by newcomers to the Hales programme, Omar Ba (Senegal/Switzerland) and Derrick Adams (USA), as well as Hales regulars Adam Dant (GB) and Sebastiaan Bremer (Netherlands/USA).

Pierogi Gallery will feature works from Kim Jones‘s recent Averno series, which incorporate photography, acrylic paint, ink line work and collage, many of which have been made over a period of thirty years, along with his three-dimensional book-like sculptures.  Dawn Clements’s panoramic works including a large-scale Sumi ink drawing based on the film East Side, West Side; as well as recent work by Tony Fitzpatrick, Darina Karpov, John O’Connor, David Scher, Ward Shelley and Jonathan Schipper.

Postmasters will highlight the works of Holly Zausner, Federico Solmi and Sally Smart. In radically different ways, all three artists combine film and video with collage, painting and photography. Additionally, they will present new works by William Powhida, Jennifer and Kevin McCoy, Eva and Franco Mattes, Adam Cvijanovic and Anthony Goicolea. They will also introduce moveable sculpture-paintings by Tatiana Berg.

P.P.O.W. will present an installation by Dutch artist Melanie Bonajo including some of her recent photographs published in SPHERES.  In addition there will be a new multi-panel photographic work by Vietnamese artist Dinh Q Lê created during his recent residency in Tokyo. was recently featured in dOCUMENTA (13). Others featured include Karen Arm, Bo Bartlett, George Boorujy, Timothy Horn, Jessica Stoller, Robin Williams and David Wojnarowicz.

Ronald Feldman Fine Arts will be showing the work of gallery represented artists for the third consecutive year at SEVEN Miami. Previously, the Feldman gallery brought work by Brian Knep, Kelly Heaton, Yishay Garbasz, and Rico Gatson to SEVEN Miami, and the work of artist Gil Yefman to SEVEN New York.

Winkleman Gallery will introduce a new installation of Leslie Thornton’s seminal film and video series Peggy and Fred in Hell. They will also present works by Chris Dorland, Shane Hope, Rory Donaldson, Christopher K. Ho, Michael Waugh and Ulrich Gebert.

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