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Time & Texture

Location: Miami Visit the event's website Date: Sat 8th Jun 2024 to Mon 30th Sep 2024
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Nearly 15 years after the Robert Fontaine Gallery first opened in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District, the gallery announces the opening of a new outpost on Miami Beach’s famed Lincoln Road. This new gallery space highlights a vast collection of Modern & Contemporary works in a ground-level two thousand square foot exhibition space situated near Taschen Books, Oolite Arts, and Britto. 

The gallery’s founder Robert Fontaine states “Miami Beach is ever changing and rising, presenting a colorful mix of seasoned local and international collectors and inquiring newcomers alike. Following a number of pop-up spaces in Miami Beach and Palm Beach we are pleased to usher in this new chapter, in a celebrated and diverse area of the city.”

Time & Texture, the gallery’s inaugural exhibition opens to the public Saturday, June 8, from 7–10pm. The collection highlights a diversity of practices from early Pop Art to present day movements yet to be defined. A rare paper dress created in 1962 by Andy Warhol, multimedia works by Jenny Holzer, an early painting by James Rosenquist, and a David Hockney drawing are but a few of the key museum works on display. 

The exhibition is on view through September and encompasses unique works by several rising artists including: Ashley Oubre, Nick Gentry, Henrietta Harris, Ben Sack, Andrew Abbott, Nancy Gifford, Antoine Cordet, Kathy Kissik, Hossein Edalatkhah, Alan Brown, Eliana Marinari, and Louis Fratino, who was celebrated at this year’s 60th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia. “Co-curated by Lander de Basterra, the exhibition aspires to spotlight a timeline of early to present, hinting toward future”, says Fontaine.  
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