Group Show – Artists showcased in Art Miami 2021,
Diana Lowenstein Gallery
The Diana Lowenstein Gallery would like to present the following artists that we recognize represent and push those boundaries Miami is looking for and that are a great asset to the International Contemporary Art scene. These artists are independent in style and concept as well as in their process of creation, yet their works create a visual dialogue, when exhibited together, and essentially exemplify what contemporary art is today.
The sculptures of Loris Cecchini (Italy) respond to the organic. His work playfully investigates the limits of creation generating a continuous detection of exciting art outcomes whose definitions are ever-changing.
For (Viena) artist Daniel Domig, “There is an unfolding and unveiling of color and form. There is a reshaping of the raw and inanimate material of paint.” Domig’s beautiful obscure paintings have a tendency to escape into the blurriness of their shapes and colors.
Angela Glajcar’s (Germany) paper objects and installations explore the way space is experienced.
Daniel González (Argentina) His work results from the research into celebration rites and cross-boundaries and it takes the form of public projects, sequined banner-painting, and wearable one-off pieces exhibited in high-impact performances. González creates irrational and energetic worlds, areas of freedom in which existing conventions collapse.
Felice Grodin (United States) work hovers between the digital and analog realms, creating immersive experiences that have an impact on reality. She incorporates the use of digital tools including augmented reality, digital modeling, fabrication, and video.
Udo Nöger’s (Germany) abstract white paintings call upon a powerful yet simple source, light. Intricately constructed pieces that contain elements within the painting, layered cut-out pieces of canvas, space, and a monochromatic palette of paints come together to capture, transform and emit light.
Dirk Salz (Germany) whose resin objects can be considered a melding, literally and figuratively, of sculpture and painting.
Alex Trimino’s (Colombia) work reflects a collision between past and present narratives through the patterned geometry of natural and synthetic materials.
Daniel Verbis (Spain) has always conceived his work as an investigation process dealing, first of all, with the material and formal procedures of painting, and secondly, with language problems.”