Normally, construction projects work from the ground up. But what if these constructions could disintegrate and reinvent themselves in a similar fashion? History is revisited and reimagined by New York-based artists Anthony Aziz and Sammy Cucher with a remarkable project entitled Time of the Empress at The Screening Room in Wynwood.`
Ever notice that brightly-colored building just before getting onto I-95? How could you miss it: not only is it home to three separate visual arts entities (the Michael Jon Gallery, Bas Fisher Invitational and Dimensions Variable all call this complex home), but it happens to be within a stone's throw of the monumental PAMM site (and the forthcoming Frost Science Museum and Planetarium). With that in mind, a nice introduction to the complex is the newest offering from non-profit space Dimensions Variable, courtesy of local artist Lynne Golob Gelfman.
In top form, as always, Wynwood pioneers Brook Dorsch and partner Tyler Emerson Dorsch of Emerson Dorsch Gallery have presented two very different dimensions of contemporary aesthetic dialogue with two solo shows. The first, Chimera, from New York-based artist Saya Woolfalk and the second, Ouroboros, from local artist Beatriz Monteavaro.