Turner Carroll Gallery is exhibiting Hung Liu, Mildred Howard, and Swoon, at Art Miami, along with Hoss Haley, Judy Chicago, Kara Walker, and three emerging artists with current East Coast museum exhibitions who will show in Miami for the first time: Mokha Laget (Katzen Art Center), Clarence Heyward (CAM Raleigh), and Lien Truong (Nasher Museum of Art).
View artwork that will be at Art Miami here.
In 2013, Greg Murr discovered a group of forgotten photographs stored on his hard drive. They were images of a single peony cut from his mother’s garden. While the flower itself was long gone, the photos had captured its experience and stirred something within Murr. The body of work descended from a single peony stretches to this day, and continues to reveal itself anew with what can be found between the petals.
Even though Hunt was born in the Chinese year of the rabbit, his work had a slow introduction to these animals. In the 1970s, rabbits began appearing at the feet of saints in devotional paintings. Over the decades, they, as rabbits do, multiplied to cover entire walls and eventually came to make up much of this distinguished painter’s life. These lagomorphs quickly grew to transcendent heights within Slonem’s world, with mystics and psychics telling him that these rabbits would take him places his other work never could.
Lepus Cuniculus is a manifestation of these predictions, and features entirely new media for Slonem. World-renowned for his oil paintings which are in the permanent collections of The National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C., The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York Academy of Art, and Whitney Museum of American Art, this exhibition highlights bold new forays into glass, neon, large-scale sculpture, and back-lit glowboxes, along with his beloved works in oil.
Camille Claudel's masterwork L'implorante is on view now at Turner Carroll. L'Implorante is the young Camille, laid bare with soul-wrenching longing, imploring her lover Auguste Rodin to remain with her. In 1905, Claudel worked with her friend and esteemed art dealer Eugene Blot in Paris to cast in bronze both a large-scale edition (this one) and a small-scale edition of L'Implorante. The sculpture is featured in her catalogue raisonné, and is accompanied by a letter of authenticity signed by the author of the catalogue raisonné.