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Join us!                                        Jonathan Muecke- Open Objects


     Join Tile Blush, Dot Fiftyone, Emerson Dorsch, Fabien Castanier Gallery, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Mindy Solomon, Piero Atchugarry, and Pan American Projects on Sunday, March 17, 2019, from 11 am - 3 pm for an experience of gastronomic and creative nourishment.

     Capitalizing on the Sunday brunch concept, the seven galleries will offer a separate dish at each location that will run simultaneously throughout the day. Facilitated by the creative voices of the galleries involved, the event will highlight the current programming at each venue and enable visitors a more intimate look at the exhibitions on view.

     The galleries are located in Arts and Entertainment District, Little Haiti and Little River Arts Districts.

On view:
Jonathan Muecke - Open Objects
Feb. 22- April 13, 2019

     Jonathan Muecke resists standard divisions between design, art and architecture, instead focusing on refined forms that investigate notions of positive and negative space, positional relationships to structures and the innate desire to read notions of functionality into objects that relate to human scale.
    His design practice tests these ideas through a continued lineage of exploration in his 'Open Objects’. 

    Emerging from his design studies at The Cranbrook Academy of Art, his intentional approach to design has garnered several awards and commissions including the architectural pavilion commission for Design Miami (2014) and the USA Knight Fellowship (2015).
    Prior to his career in design, Muecke earned a BArch from Iowa State University and worked in office of Herzog & de Meuron in Basel, Switzerland. His works are in the collections of several museums including The Museum of Art and Design in New York City, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Center National des Arts Plastiques in Paris, the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Montreal, and The Art Institute of Chicago.


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