Monday, August 22, 2022


 https://www.gottliebfoundation.org/2022-grant-recipients-1


I'm thonored to be chosen for the award by the panel of five advisors, each of who is either a working artist or a professional curator or critic.

Sunday, May 15, 2022




From Moment to Moment

PASTINE PROJECTS

5.13-6.11. 2022



Civil twilight is the time of day before sunrise or after sunset when the sun is six degrees below the horizon. It is a time when light is increasing or fading and images and objects are not completely discernible. Similar to the shifting visibility at civil twilight, the artists in From Moment to Moment embrace ambiguity, disappearance, and reemergence in their work. Valuing the notion of continuity in favor of completeness, they explore the ephemeral quality of material, the nature of time, and the relationships between material and image.  The open-ended nature of these works invites us to meditate on the play of presence and absence and the potential of our own imagination.  Acknowledging that there is no one truth, their work remains open to interpretation over time.


Marta Sanchez-Vasquez focuses on the metaphysical potential of time. Using translucent vellum to create a sense of uncertainty, she asks, “how do we construct memories?” Her drawings fuse the paradox of layered memories and time into one realization. She states that “memory may fade but nothing ever vanishes.”


Theodora Varnay Jones employs an open-ended range of concepts from perception to relativity, transparency, and time. Interested in both process and material, she incorporates various disciplines, media, and techniques that touch on alchemy and a passage from one thing to another.


Robin Richardson is interested in the underlying structure of matter and where the natural world breaks down into intrinsic geometry. Using both organic and digital processes, her works explore the unfolding space between order and chaos.





 

Monday, April 11, 2022


Ghost
2009
plexiglass, acrylic, mirrored plexiglass
12.5" x 12.5" x 48"


presented in


 ABSTRACTION IN ACTION

Alfa Gallery is pleased to present: “Abstraction in Action”, a group show, exhibiting new artworks by internationally known artists, from Europe, the US, and South America. The specific dynamic approach to art developed by these artists, that use geometric shapes and a renewed inspiration from the “abstract geometry” movement to create advanced and up to date creative compositions that will throw the visitor in a timeless universe of organized vibrancy, thanks to balanced, pattern-like figures, enhanced by a strong dose of refreshing energy. All the artists, even if with different visual accomplishments, share a similar theoretical approach and background that strongly influence their artistic procedure.


VIEW WORKS:

https://www.artsy.net/show/alfa-gallery-abstraction-in-action?sort=partner_show_position


Friday, March 4, 2022









BT21_2021





O
 
Exhibition: Thursday, March 3, to Saturday, April 30
Opening Reception: Saturday, March 5, 5–7 pm

This exhibition presents a visual association offering cognitive experiences for the singular viewer revealing the works of 14 artists under the precept above . 
If O is the last letter of the Greek alphabet, it is also the first letter of Origin [en]. 
Here, in the beginning was the Olive Tree. 
Some linguists believe we created language inspired by birds’ songs and other sounds around us. Others hold that Onomatopoeia may have been the first form of human language. 
And there is an acceptance that consciousness predated language. Still, if language is associated with consciousness, our understanding between language and consciousness is not “straight forward”, because consciousness appears to be present among many species. 
Interestingly enough, the Greeks kept two “o”, the “little” and the “great.” Lately, we have all been subjected to the demise of that “little o” as in “omicron.” Though hopefully we can soon switch our attention to the “great” one, the larger Wheel of Time, that allows us to shift our gaze to brighter horizons.

 






UNTITLED MIAMI
Alfa Gallery is pleased to present the group survey exhibition Untitled Miami, which highlights one work each by 97 international artists, all stemming from our deep inventory.

For further information and available artworks, please contact the gallery.


ARTSY PREVIEW:


Remanence, 2003



Thursday, December 2, 2021


 


ART BASEL GROUP SHOW

This show brings together works by contemporary artists from Alfa program.


To celebrate Miami Art Week 2021 Alfa Gallery is pleased to present our next online exhibition: Art Basel Group Show 2021. 

On behalf of all of us at Alfa Gallery, it is a great honor to present 115 artworks. 

The works can be viewed and purchased online on ARTSY.


WORKS ON VIEW:

https://www.artsy.net/show/alfa-gallery-art-basel-group-exhibition?sort=partner_show_position