January Artwalk

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Not related to the Artwalk, but by my place on the beach, Shakespeare Miami was performing what sounded like a very decent version of MacBeth. Wow. Now, on to the show.

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At Locust Projects, Loriel Beltran stripped down all the walls, then thin-sliced the painted layers and meticulously stacked them onto boards. This one, built from a wall that had been painted red sometime in its past, evidences a slight pinkish tone. Not pictured, the patched remains from the wall where Jen Stark’s piece had once been installed.

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In the project space, Mike Swaney’s zany installation.

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Agustina Woodgate’s titanic hopscotch game winds through Wynwood. There were actually quite a few kids at the artwalk this month, which was sort of fun.

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Wendy Wischer’s installation in the project room at Castillo.

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These are just the normal murals we have here. Programming note: when I have my new camera, things like this will be in focus. Whatever; this is a 2/3 second exposure.

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The $499 art sale at Spinello, replete with price tags on every item.

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A little samba band perfrorms in front of Artformz. Seen but not photographed: Abby Manock’s Counters at Gallery Diet, a mesmerizing video and exhibition of props used in its creation.

Posted: Monday January 12, 2009 by Alesh Houdek · · Comment feed for this post: RSS, atom

 

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  1. James    Jan 12, 04:17 PM #  

    Kudos on getting the photos up so fast. Good art walk as always. Be sure to check out the newer galleries up around 28th/29th.

    We hit up the Shakespeare in Flamingo Park Sunday night. It was actually quite good. I love it being a block from home, but I am not actually sure that is a good venue. People playing basketball right nearby, cars ripping down Meridian, dog-walking. I wonder why they did not do it at the bandshell on 73rd? Anyway, the production was good, we had an awesome picnic, the turnout was good, and the weather was fab, and, of course, it was the bard. You don’t get much better than that!



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