Welcome Mindy Solomon Gallery to the Neighborhood!

Mindy Solomon Gallery
172 NW 24th Street
Miami, FL 33127
786-953-6917
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Mindy Solomon inside her new Gallery in Wynwood
Article & Photos by Kristen Lacayo

Art gallerist Mindy Solomon moves to Wynwood! Mindy Solomon Gallery specializes in contemporary emerging and mid-career artists. Represented works include painting, sculpture, photography, and video in both narrative and non-objective styles.

Named one of the Top 500 Galleries Worldwide in Louise Blouin Media Modern Painters 2013 Annual Guide, Mindy Solomon Gallery participates in many prestigious art fairs, including the upcoming Art Miami fair during Art Basel’s Art Week in Miami Beach, as well as the Zona Maco Contemporary Art Fair in Mexico City, VOLTA NY, and Shanghai Contemporary.

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The opening on November 21 is a public opening, and  there is an additional opening December 3rd during Art Basel Week. Mindy started in the Tampa bay area in 2009 and felt she needed a change, and decided she wanted to try a different market. Her decision led her to our neighborhood; Wynwood.

Why Wynwood? “I wanted to be in an area that was identified as an arts district, so I could be a part of the energy of the community.”

Mindy Soloman’s new gallery in Wynwood, is currently exhibiting a solo show by American Matt Vis and British-born Tony Campbell. Their pair, known artistically as Generic Art Solutions, or G.A.S., presents a collection of work in an exhibition entitled Renaissance Men. This exhibit will be on view through November 16th.

I had the pleasure to soak in the beautiful scenic photographs, and videos. This is definitely a must to visit! To leave you with some insight. The artists state “However evolved we may think we are, the folly of human behavior is still the root of all societal (dis)functions. This is a sobering thought that demands attention. But there is a message of hope in these contemporary homages: through thoughtful reexamination and a commitment to change, we can break the cycle of repeating our mistakes.”

IMG_9297 copyFront of Mindy Solomon Gallery