Wexler Gallery , Stand n° AM310

Sarah Goldsmith (Mrs. George) - Andy Warhol

Andy Warhol Sarah Goldsmith (Mrs. George)

Untitled - Jasper Johns

Jasper Johns Untitled

Yo Soy Boricua: DNA Study By Pattern -  Roberto Lugo

Roberto Lugo Yo Soy Boricua: DNA Study By Pattern

Yo Soy Boricua: DNA Study By Pattern -  Roberto Lugo

Roberto Lugo Yo Soy Boricua: DNA Study By Pattern

Yo Soy Boricua: DNA Study By Pattern -  Roberto Lugo

Roberto Lugo Yo Soy Boricua: DNA Study By Pattern

That Was Then This Is Now - Ed Ruscha

Ed Ruscha That Was Then This Is Now

Coxuria - Frank Stella

Frank Stella Coxuria

T.E. Which Way Which Way? - Richard Serra

Richard Serra T.E. Which Way Which Way?

Self Portrait: Without Wax -  Roberto Lugo

Roberto Lugo Self Portrait: Without Wax

Wavy Lines (Gray and Color) -  Sol LeWitt

Sol LeWitt Wavy Lines (Gray and Color)

Big Knot - Mami Kato

Mami Kato Big Knot

Umbilical Field - Mami Kato

Mami Kato Umbilical Field

Pinnup Wanna Be (Cadaver Series) -

Pinnup Wanna Be (Cadaver Series)

Exhibiting Artists

  • Mami Kato  (+)

    Detailed Description : In her sculptural practice, Mami Kato often utilizes materials that are significant to her Japanese heritage and serve as allusions to various life sustaining energies. The tediousness of her hand-made sculptures speak to quotidian labor as a commodity and a means of survival. The materials and method of working are humble, while the concept and form of the sculptures are often ambitious and imaginative.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Mami Kato - Umbilical Field Umbilical Field
    • Mami Kato - Big Knot Big Knot

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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 - Wavy Lines (Gray and Color) Wavy Lines (Gray and Color)

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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 is the recipient of the 2019 Rome Prize. His work is represented in the permanent collections of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Philadelphia Museum of Art, The High Museum of Art, the Boston Museum of Art, The Walters Art Museum, and more.

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Roberto Lugo - Self Portrait: Without Wax Self Portrait: Without Wax
    •  Roberto Lugo - Yo Soy Boricua: DNA Study By Pattern Yo Soy Boricua: DNA Study By Pattern
    •  Roberto Lugo - Yo Soy Boricua: DNA Study By Pattern Yo Soy Boricua: DNA Study By Pattern
    •  Roberto Lugo - Yo Soy Boricua: DNA Study By Pattern Yo Soy Boricua: DNA Study By Pattern

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  • Tim Rollins and KOS  (+)

    Biography : Beginning in 1981, Tim Rollins collaborated with a group of young people he called the “Kids of Survival,” originally comprised of middle school students from the South Bronx school where Rollins was a teacher. Since then, a number of students of various ages have contributed to the work, which is often inspired by literary texts and current events. The group has created paintings, sculptures, prints, and photographs based on texts such as Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Harriet Jacobs’ Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, and Franz Kafka’s Amerika. In By Any Means Necessary (After Malcolm X), made in 2008, the composition is dominated by two graphic black X’s painted across a grid of pasted pages taken from the biography of Malcolm X, demonstrating the group’s interest in integrating art, literature, and history.

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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 - T.E. Which Way Which Way? T.E. Which Way Which Way?

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Other Represented Artists

About

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 Lewis Wexler Sherri Wexler Mat Tomezsko Samantha Goldberg Nick Lenker