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Bridgette Mayer Gallery announces its participation in Art Miami 2013, from December 3 to 8, 2013, with a VIP Preview on Tuesday, December 3 from 5:30 to 10 PM, in the Wynwood Arts District of Miami, FL.
Philadelphia, PA USA
Tuesday, December 3, 2013–Thursday, December 5, 2013
Bridgette Mayer Gallery will participate in the 2013 edition of Art Miami, which opens with a VIP preview on December 3rd and runs to December 8th. This is the fourth year that the Gallery has been in Art Miami and the fifth in which the gallery has participated in a major art fair in Miami. The Gallery will exhibit important secondary market works as well as a range of work by its primary gallery artists.
This year the Gallery will feature works from a number of artists in their primary program. Philadelphia will certainly have a strong presence, with five local Philadelphians displaying their work. Among them, Eileen Neff and Stuart Netsky, two very established artists with long decorated careers, and seasoned painters, Rebecca Rutstein, Nathan Pankratz and Arden Bendler Browning. The booth will also include sculptures by Atlanta based artist, Radcliffe Bailey and a painting by New York based artist Ryan McGinness, whose careers have both been rapidly swelling. The international portion of the gallery stable will be represented by prominent Costa Rican painter Federico Herrero, and Spanish photographer German Gomez.
Since its establishment in 2001, the Bridgette Mayer Gallery has represented and exhibited artists whose work displays the variety and genius of contemporary art now being created in the US. The gallery’s ongoing exhibition program will continue to support established gallery artists even as it looks beyond the US to discovering and cultivating new talent from around the globe. The gallery exhibits painting, sculpture and photography with an emphasis on innovative process and content-driven ideas that speak to beauty, technology, culture and the contemporary landscape. Housed in an historic 1799 Philadelphia brownstone, the gallery presents ten exhibitions a year in its 3,000 square foot space and participates in numerous art fairs in the United States.