Wexler Gallery , Stand n° AM306

Melting Pot (I) -  Roberto Lugo

Roberto Lugo Melting Pot (I)

Melting Pot (II) -  Roberto Lugo

Roberto Lugo Melting Pot (II)

Ode to La Isla -  Roberto Lugo

Roberto Lugo Ode to La Isla

Melting Pot (III) -  Roberto Lugo

Roberto Lugo Melting Pot (III)

Angry Mob of Peaceful Protestors: Angela Davis and Rosa Parks -  Roberto Lugo

Roberto Lugo Angry Mob of Peaceful Protestors: Angela Davis and Rosa Parks

Melting Pot (IV) - Coogi -  Roberto Lugo

Roberto Lugo Melting Pot (IV) - Coogi

Juicy -  Roberto Lugo

Roberto Lugo Juicy

Standing Shadow - Richard Hambleton

Richard Hambleton Standing Shadow

Standing Shadow - Richard Hambleton

Richard Hambleton Standing Shadow

Mother Teresa -  Roberto Lugo

Roberto Lugo Mother Teresa

Finally Finished - Richard Serra

Richard Serra Finally Finished

After the Rain - Gregory Nangle

Gregory Nangle After the Rain

Untitled - Louise Nevelson

Louise Nevelson Untitled

The More We See Ourselves, the Less We See Each Other - Gregory Nangle

Gregory Nangle The More We See Ourselves, the Less We See Each Other

Aim - Alexander Liberman

Alexander Liberman Aim

Eight Squares With A Different Color In Each Half Square (Divided Horizontally And Vertically)  -  Sol LeWitt

Sol LeWitt Eight Squares With A Different Color In Each Half Square (Divided Horizontally And Vertically)

Two Cubes -  Sol LeWitt

Sol LeWitt Two Cubes

Untitled -  Sol LeWitt

Sol LeWitt Untitled

Double Dribble Dragon -  Roberto Lugo

Roberto Lugo Double Dribble Dragon

The Many Few Project Three - Peter Pincus

Peter Pincus The Many Few Project Three

Method Man and Jimi Hendrix -  Roberto Lugo

Roberto Lugo Method Man and Jimi Hendrix

Exhibiting Artists

  • Richard Hambleton  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Richard Hambleton - Standing Shadow Standing Shadow
    • Richard Hambleton - Standing Shadow Standing Shadow

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  • Sol LeWitt  (+)

    Biography : LeWitt (American, 1928–2007) is renowned as a founding member of both Minimalism and Conceptual Art.

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Sol LeWitt - Untitled Untitled
    •  Sol LeWitt - Two Cubes Two Cubes
    •  Sol LeWitt - Eight Squares With A Different Color In Each Half Square (Divided Horizontally And Vertically) Eight Squares With A Different Color In Each Half Square (Divided Horizontally And Vertically)

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  • Alexander Liberman  (+)

    Biography : Liberman was a Russian-American artist known for his signature red steel sculptures and geometric paintings, in addition to his 30-year tenure at the helm of Condé Nast as its editorial director.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Alexander Liberman - Aim Aim

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  • Roberto Lugo  (+)

    Biography : Roberto Lugo is an American artist, ceramicist, social activist, spoken word poet, and educator. Lugo uses porcelain as his medium of choice, illuminating its aristocratic surface with imagery of poverty, inequality, and social and racial injustice. Lugo’s works are multicultural mash-ups, traditional European and Asian porcelain forms and techniques reimagined with a 21st-century street sensibility. Lugo was named 2018 Ceramic Artist of the Year by the Ceramic Arts Network. His work is part of the permanent collections of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, The High Museum of Art, the Columbus Museum of Art, The Chipstone Foundation, and more.

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Roberto Lugo - Method Man and Jimi Hendrix Method Man and Jimi Hendrix
    •  Roberto Lugo - Double Dribble Dragon Double Dribble Dragon
    •  Roberto Lugo - Mother Teresa Mother Teresa
    •  Roberto Lugo - Juicy Juicy
    •  Roberto Lugo - Melting Pot (IV) - Coogi Melting Pot (IV) - Coogi
    •  Roberto Lugo - Angry Mob of Peaceful Protestors: Angela Davis and Rosa Parks Angry Mob of Peaceful Protestors: Angela Davis and Rosa Parks
    •  Roberto Lugo - Melting Pot (III) Melting Pot (III)
    •  Roberto Lugo - Ode to La Isla Ode to La Isla
    •  Roberto Lugo - Melting Pot (II) Melting Pot (II)
    •  Roberto Lugo - Melting Pot (I) Melting Pot (I)

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  • Gregory Nangle  (+)

    Biography : Gregory Nangle’s work is clean and precise yet bears the marks of the maker in the handmade idiosyncrasies of each piece. Nangle owns and operates Outcast Studios, a 10,000 sq. ft. space, dedicated to bronze casting and glass bending in the Fishtown neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Nangle attended Tyler School of Art and The Hartford Art School, where he studied glass and metals. Nangle was assistant to Mark Ferguson in Brooklyn New York, and at The New York Experimental Glass Workshop before attending the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Nangle explores the intersection of geometry and natural forms within his designs. His work juxtaposes Minimalist geometry with forms or essences derived from nature. He founded Outcast Studios in 2000.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Gregory Nangle - The More We See Ourselves, the Less We See Each Other The More We See Ourselves, the Less We See Each Other
    • Gregory Nangle - After the Rain After the Rain

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  • Louise Nevelson  (+)

    Biography : Louise Nevelson (b. 1899, Kiev; d. 1988, New York), a leading sculptor of the twentieth century, pioneered site-specific and installation art. She is recognized for her sculptures comprised of discarded furniture and other wood elements found in the area surrounding her studio. Nevelson represented the United States at the Venice Biennale in 1962, and today her work is held in over ninety public collections worldwide.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Louise Nevelson - Untitled Untitled

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  • Peter Pincus  (+)

    Biography : Born in Rochester, NY, Pincus is a ceramic artist and instructor. He joined the School for American Crafts as Visiting Assistant Professor in Ceramics in Fall 2014. Peter received his BFA (2005) and MFA (2011) in ceramics from Alfred University, and in between was a resident artist at the Mendocino Art Center in Mendocino,California. Since graduate school, Peter worked as the Studio Manager and Resident Artist Coordinator of the Genesee Center for Arts and Education in Rochester, NY, Adjunct Professor of three dimensional studies at Roberts Wesleyan College and has established a studio in Penfield NY. His work has been exhibited in venues such as the Salon Art + Design, SOFA Chicago, Collective Design, Lewis Wexler Gallery, Duane Reed Gallery, Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art, Ferrin Contemporary, Greenwich House Pottery, and National Council on Education for the Ceramic Art. Peter's work can be found in numerous private and public collections.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Peter Pincus - The Many Few Project Three The Many Few Project Three

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  • Richard Serra  (+)

    Biography : Serra is a contemporary Minimalist artist known for his monumental steel sculptures, though he also makes paintings and prints. His works are held in the collections of the Guggenheim Bilbao, the Dia: Beacon in New York, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Tate Gallery in London, and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, among others.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Richard Serra - Finally Finished Finally Finished

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Challenging the traditional labels that categorize art, Wexler Gallery exhibits work that coexists in the realms of design, and contemporary fine art. For Art Miami 2018, Wexler Gallery will present an exhibition that examines and highlights the mark of the artist in the the creation and perception of an artwork. Existing at various points on a spectrum, the work ranges from expressive to controlled, from virtuosic to intuitive, and from viceral to conceptual. Exhibited together, interesting parallels and unexpected connections can be found between work of seemingly disparate artists.

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Wexler Gallery w:  http://www.wexlergallery.com Founded:  2000 Nick Lenker Emily Sours Lewis Wexler Sherri Wexler Victoria Rosenberger Mat Tomezsko