Saturday, December 25, 2010
Thursday, December 9, 2010
Friday, December 3, 2010
The Kissing Booth Show at Swampspace Gallery
A Fundraiser for Design and Architecture Senior High
1. Pity Kiss Pay Any Price
2. Nerdy Teeth Bump 1.oo
3. Peck on the Cheek 1.oo
4. Smack on the Lips 2.oo
5. Hollywood Smacker 3.oo
6. Brown Nose Smooch 4.oo
7. Hit and Run 5.oo
8. Rock Slobber 6.oo
9. Euro Air Kiss 5.oo
10. Alien Mind Meld 5.oo
11. French Chocolate Market Price
12. Blessing on the Forehead 1.oo
*All kisses include a Breath Mint and a Sanitary Wipe.
**Complimentary Grolsch Beer While Supply Lasts.
Saturday, November 20, 2010
FOR IMMEDIATE RELIEF 11/20/2010
Who: SWAMPSPACE Gallery
What: The "KISSING BOOTH" Show
When: Opening December 1, 2010 (closing Dec.15)
Where: 3821 N.E. First Court Miami, Florida 33137
Join Swampspace Gallery to celebrate the romantic nostalgia of love with the much anticipated "Kissing Booth" show, featuring artworks by Kenny Scharf and Oliver Sanchez. Kissing Booths were light spirited attractions at carnivals and fairs of days gone by. On the surface these contraptions were used to tantalize and loosen our pockets. They are sentimental relics with an enduring practical purpose. Reviving their benevolent tradition, the Kissing Booth show is a fundraiser benefiting the students of Design and Architecture Senior High school. But the gallery installation like the "Eternal Kiss" is much much more.
Friday, November 5, 2010
The video strives to satisfy our never-ending desire to have fun and be entertained, invoking a feeling of momentary fulfillment.
Friday, October 8, 2010
Who Turned the Sun Off
Now that the summer is over and the sun is setting for a new season of tourism and terror, get out and enjoy the chilling nights of October's Art Walk in South Florida.
Spinello's House of Execution
Check out the marc chagall of the swamp.
Go see the creepi-crawly fantastic paintings of Farley Aguilar at Spinello Gallery.
Out on the Town for a Bite of Culture
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
is proud to present
Samuel Lopez De Victoria
Opening Saturday October 9th 6-12pm
3821 NE 1 Court
Miami Design District
An illustration and interactive art show dedicated to everyone's past pets, Gingersnap licks your heart with fish and hamster hands. Either lost, in a better place, or with someone else former pets gain recognition for their instinctual efforts of having some affect on a life.
Gingersnap features the work of:
Samuel Lopez De Victoria
Devin U. Caserta
and more (to be announced)
In part Gingersnap is sponsored by Interactive Initiative, a foundation focused on facilitating the interactive arts.
My Pet Cock
Recently disappeared from the hood, never to be forgotten, Randy Rooster, where are you?
Wednesday, September 15, 2010
As Miami gets re-constructed in anticipation for this years tourist season and much ballyhooed ArtBaselMiamiBeach, there are several questions local artists want answered.
Who will give them a show?
What do they have to do to get a show?
When will they get a show?
Where can they show?
Locust Projects Goes Swampy
Romance with Erosion
But if there's an erosion at home, you know, Thomas Jefferson warned about a tyranny of an oligarchy and if we surrender our democracy to the tyranny of an oligarchy, we've made a terrible mistake.
I wish the press were paying more attention to the erosion of the Constitution and the slippery slope that we're getting into, by giving up the right of the Congress to talk about when and how and where we go to war.
If you look over the course of a hundred years, I think the gradual erosion of the consensus that's held our country together is probably more serious than a few bearded terrorists who fly into buildings.
Biaophelia by Nellie Appleby
More swampiness at Dimensions Variable
Star of TYPOE
"Bang Bang" at Spinello
An open letter from actor Jon Voight to President Obama:
June 22, 2010
(pops is as stupid as his daughter Angelina Jolie is stunning)
Flier Fly Girls
Scene at Swampspace
After his death last year, self-taught artist Purvis Young left behind a treasure trove of outsider art. He also left his studio unchanged for the fortunate self-taught artist Juan Rozas to have access to. Both have painted on discarded objects as their canvases, including doors, cardboard, and pieces of wood. Rozas draws his inspiration from the passionate Purvis, his work and his spirit, forever young.