Tag: Miami Design District

Words by Anna Hiatt It wasn’t long ago that Miami didn’t have much of an art scene. That was before Art Basel took root, before Rebeca Raney left Miami in 1999 to go to college. By the time the scene got going in earnest, Raney was off living in New England. But in all that [...]

Primary Projects is pleased to announce “On View”, viewing room works presented in partnership with 42 Below Vodka at our Miami Design District location. Available works on view from : Magnus Sodamin, Autumn Casey, Andrew Nigon, Christina Pettersson, Alex Sweet, Edouard Nardon, Autumn Casey, Kenton Parker, Jessy Nite, Karen Starosta-Gilinski, and John Vale.

Great Review on Art Slant about The Jacqueline Falcone Bed and Breakfast inaugural exhibition entitled Blood, Marriage and Adaptation. Kenton Parker has a super solid new shelf of trophies included in the exhibit that you need to check out, but what is most exciting is the project itself. Over here at Primary, we fucking love [...]

“Oh Marie Antoinette, how I long to save you from your terrible past.  I long to go back to that first year in France, when you were a mere girl of fourteen, and write the story over again.   I can remove the extravagant dresses and cakes and replace them with books and writing.  I can [...]

Get to know Asif Farooq just a bit more intimately in this great article by Heike Dempster on Wonderland. Worth the read leading into his Solo Exhibit this December at a primary project’s pop up gun shop in Wynwood deemed “Asif’s Guns”. Tell us about your career to date, please. My career, to date, has [...]

Dont Miss this new Video from Autumn Casey. (Video Still – Autumn Casey) “Size Scale Repetition” General Practice presents a video exhibition with video works raging in content, then displayed in various dimensions . Autumn Casey, Andrew Ross, Aida Sehovic , Brookhart Jonquil, Bryan Zanisnik, Christy Gast, Clapp, Dawn Frasch, Justin Long, Scott Penkava, Martin [...]

Words by Eddy Arroyo The exhibition is located at the back of Primary Projects where they had made use of the space for an artist solo show. Walking into Starsota-Gilinski’s Las Piñatas exhibit is oddly disturbing and this has much to do with the materials, dramatic lighting, and subject matter. It seems to be a [...]