Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Kamel-Bak - Performance Series - Design District

Please join us for another remarkable night at the Design District's Site-Specific Performance Series. Shows start the fabulous De La Cruz Bldg for a musical interlude with the New World Symphony. Then we stroll over to 3900 N Miami Ave for a sneak peek at the intriguing Gina Gionfriddo's U.S. Drag. Finally we top off the attractions with Kamel-Bak at Swampspace featuring the antics of David Rohn, Adora and Jasmine Kastel and their outrageous triple threat Homo-sapien Collabs made all the better with cool smooth libations compliments of Grey Goosey Juicy.


Saturday, October 25, 2014

Choosy People Choose Swampspace


We Need Your Vote to Make 2015 Our Best Year Ever.

We also need your Peeps Votes so Share with Friends.

Please take a moment to Text: 

VOTE5 to 22333

For international calls - Toll Free

Text: VOTE5 to 747-444-3548

Voting Ends November 17

Winner is Announced December 1, 2014

For Further info Visit:

Monday, October 13, 2014

Swamptoberfest and People's Choice Award

Press Release  - October 13, 2014

Swampspace Gallery to Partner with the Knight Foundation of South Florida. 

The director of Swampspace, Oliver Sanchez announced today the nomination of the gallery by the Knight Foundation to their People's Choice Award, South Florida.  The announcement is a welcomed recognition for the maverick artist run project space located in the Miami Design District for nearly a decade. 

Swampspace is pleased to present an Open House that focuses on the People's Choice Campaign. Everyone is invited to our Campaign Opening on October 22ndSwamptoberfest will be a spectacular celebration featuring special performances by Otto Von Schirach the untamable, Oscar Fuentes the Biscayne Poet, The Candidate by David Rohn and Adora, installations by Sleeper, Magnus Sodamin and other oddities courtesy of Miami's most intriguing artists.  

Swampspace was founded on the premise that promoting artistic values increases civility among diverse groups that make up our greater community.  It presents monthly exhibitions ranging from visual arts and sculpture to theatrical performance and musical interludes.  With nearly fifty exhibitions and critical acclaim, Swampspace is now recognized to be a place both sophisticated enough for arbiters of taste and unvarnished enough for the iconoclast.

The People's Choice Award highlights small arts groups making a difference in South Florida.  It's part of the Knight Arts Challenge, a community-wide contest funding the best ideas for the arts.  Winners of both the challenge and People's Choice will be announced in December.

Voting for People's Choice Begins October 20th Ends Nov 17. 

Vote for Swampspace by phone: 

Text VOTE5 to 22333
(No space between VOTE and the number 5.  For international callers, text VOTE5 to 747-444-3548)

For further information visit: 

3940 N. Miami Avenue  Miami, FL 33127


Thursday, October 9, 2014

Valley of Tears

To jump start October and our nomination to the Knight Foundation 

People's Choice Award 2014


is sentimental in presenting 

Valley of Tears
One Night Only

paintings by Adolfo Sanchez

Mark your calendar:

Swamptoberfest is October 22nd

A night of celebration like no other.

Join us for the Campaign Blast-off
and stay tuned for details on... 

How to Vote for Swampspace!


Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Noel Morera - Copper Fest

Swampspace is pleased to host the Copperbridge Foundation presention of "Postcards from Havana" by Noel Morera. The exhibition features Morera's  seminal painting inspired by his life on the coast of Havana, Cuba today.  Copper Fest 2014 fosters dialog among international cultural groups focused on the arts. 

"I have had hallucinations on the Havana coastline and the landscape changed according to my thoughts. They are nothing more than static views of the same scene, renovated by the passion to see more of what they tell me."   -Noel Morera

Saturday, August 2, 2014

Poor Happy

We hope to explore the space between childhood imagination and adult content as seen in painting, sculpture and installation. Carmen Tiffany investigates the significance of childhood imagination in relation to the destitute and isolated regions of rural Western culture. Inspired by children's media, Tiffany's work subtly uses fantastical characters that blur the line between predator and prey in a haunting beauty. Boehmer's sculptural work speaks to the relationship between soft materials such as yarn, wool, faux fur and fleece, with a subject that is repulsive and violent. This process of seduction and brutality lead Boehmer into a dialogue about relationships, who we are and what we can become. Nigon is interested in the parallax nature of our existence in which we have an insatiable drive to improve while living in a state of constant decay. His process involves a periods of feverish construction followed be reckless dismantling and assemblage until the form becomes a complex "living" thing, which contains a personal history and an implied truth.