Tag: Art Basel

From June 16-19, galleries, collectors, and art connoisseurs from around the world will meet the renowned Art Basel fair to discover and admire international artists. Leading up to the fair, we proudly introduce our first gallery-focused edition of our “Specialists Speak” series. In this edition, gallerists and experts from 8 different galleries share with us […]

Magnus Sodamin’s Calm Before the Sun Miami (November 18, 2015) –PRIMARY is pleased to announce Calm Before the Sun, the latest solo exhibition of Magnus Sodamin on view at Wynwood Walls in partnership with Goldman Properties. The exhibition opens with a private preview Friday, November 27, 2015 from 7 – 9 pm (rsvp@thisisprimary.com) and a […]

Words by Shelly Davidov Known as a venue friendly to local artists, Primary Projects doesn’t disappoint with its Art Basel gathering of Miami creatives. The “International Friendship Exhibition”, a group show of 19 artists, including Autumn Casey, Jim Drain, Gavin Perry, Asif Farooq, Magnus Sodamin, Cole Sternberg, Cody Hudson, and Michael Vasquez, is titled in reference to […]

Words by Monica Uszerowicz “The function of the Christ is not to rescue the sinners, but to empower you…to be more deeply and fully human than you ever realized there was the potential within you to be.”  December 3, 2014. The quote above is from a video interview with the retired Episcopalian bishop John Shelby […]

PRIMARY PRESENTS KENTON PARKER’S “MY FIRST KISS”   |  Made possible by Samsung  OPENING RECEPTION : MONDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2014  |  9 – 11 PM INSTALLATION ON VIEW DECEMBER 2 – 7, 2014 | 11 AM – 10 PM Miami, FL (November 25, 2014) – Primary Projects (“PRIMARY”) presents Kenton Parker’s My First Kiss, made possible by […]

International Friendship Exhibition | Opening Reception – Wednesday, December 3, 2014 | 5 PM “For as opposed to it, identity is only the determination of the simple immediate, of dead Being; while contradiction is the root of all movement and life; only insofar as it has a contradiction in itself does anything move…” – Georg Wilhelm […]