Tag: miami contemporary art

Words by Becky Randel Miami native Typoe made a name for himself tagging walls with graffiti. Now he’s going global, eyeing the future, and designing a furniture line. Typoe at the opening reception— presented by the Miami Design District boutique APT 606 and Spinello Projects— for an exhibition of his works. In 2006, three budding artists took […]

Words by Dyllan Furness For Kelly Breez, if there’s one good thing to come out of the nightmare that is the Trump administration, it’s that she’s fucking fired up again. “Everything was pretty hunky-dory while Obama was still around,” she says. “I wasn’t thinking about politics so much. I was like a sleeping giant.” Then […]

Third Hand Mary | March 18 – April 15, 2017 We construct reality through the stories we tell and the stories we are told. Third Hand Mary operates around a growing realization in the contemporary world that what is entered into a historical ledger, and by extension public consciousness, is often dictated by many unreliable narrators. […]

Primary is pleased to announce that Magnus Sodamin will begin his month long residency this March / 2017 at AIRIE (Artists in Residence in Everglades, Inc.) South Florida is home to the only subtropical wilderness area in the country, and AIRIE is the only program bringing artists to the Everglades. AIRIE’s purpose is to inform, connect, and support artists, writers […]

AUTUMN CASEY will have three new works in the form of beach towels available at the PRIMITIVE LANGUAGES table in the Zine section of the LA ART BOOK FAIR. The works are pulled from her latest body of work “Balancing Infinity, While Hanging Upside Down. Watching Lovers Fall from Grace Underneath the Ground.” Each piece […]

Words by Monica Uszerowicz The experience of entering a three-dimensional tarot deck is akin to viewing Autumn Casey’s solo exhibition at Primary Projects, both in its meditative quality and the title alone, Balancing Infinity, While Hanging Upside Down. Watching Lovers Fall from Grace, Underneath the Ground. There’s a piece that refers to the show’s name, too: a Ferris […]

Words by Ciara Lavelle At the opening of Save Your Selves, the group’s intricately stacked pile of personal detritus, found objects, lights, and video displays keeps blowing a fuse. As the lights dim, artist David Anasagasti, better known as Ahol Sniffs Glue, hurries outside to the fuse box and returns with a stepladder. Grinning humbly, […]