From Dec 1st through Dec 9th, 2007.
MASH Miami presents the exhibition The Expanded Painting Show curated by Nina Arias and Paco Barragan. The exhibition will be on view for one week at 3800 North Miami Avenue in the Design District. The Expanded Painting Show aims to further the conceptual explorations of The Castellón International Expanded Painting Prize that began in 2004. This Exhibition constitutes the most comprehensive presentation in Miami to date of the concept known as expanded painting, highlighting the work of 25 emerging artists from all over the world.
Expanded painting has to be understood as the relationship and interaction of painting with other media such as photography, video, installation, sculpture or new technologies (painting, 3D, collage, projected painting, installation) and on any kind of support (canvas, DVD, paper, plastic, wood), as here is where the creativity and future of painting resides. This show explores what painting is and can mean in the present moment when the strategies of pictorial creation as well as the reception of the image have been altered dramatically.
Expanded Painting will feature works by Pedro Barbeito, Roberto Coromina, Angelo Filomeno, Chus García-Fraile, Jaime Gili, Jacin Giordano, Ryan Humphrey, Ivelisse Jiménez, Yui Kugimiya, Clemencia Labin, Dominik Lejman, Pepe Mar, Dani Marti, Gean Moreno, Manfred Peckl, Gavin Perry, Tao Rey, David Rohn, Adam Ross, Diego Singh, Saso Stanojkovic, Vargas Suárez-Universal, Claude Temin-Vergez, and Tim White-Sobieski.
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