Breach gallery presents, “Salon Basel”, a group exhibition featuring work from artists: André Wendland, Christina Allan, Denise Rudolf Frank, Dimitrios Tade, Ed Broner, Erkut Terliksiz, Gao Hang, Hermes Berrio, Julius Hofmann, Mickey Mason, Ralf Kokke, and Seleka Muñoz.
Breach’s growing stable of artists continues to inject salient dialogue, imagination, and unique perspectives into the ever-expanding miami art scene. From diverse voices across a global spectrum, breach’s curated selection of work seeks to emphasize a focus on cross-cultural and genre defying image making.
The exhibition will be on view from December 3 through January 27. Join the gallery for the Progressive Art Brunch’s Miami Basel edition, which will take place Sunday December 3 from 11am-4pm.
BREACH is the newly founded contemporary gallery from Fabien Castanier and Ed Broner. With Castanier as the gallery’s owner-director and Broner undertaking curation and art direction, BREACH is built on a philosophy of openness and equal opportunity. In contrast to selection processes based on discriminatory categories, such as social background or educational credentials, at BREACH, it is the quality of the artistic work that is paramount in the program’s determination.
As a decades-long gallery owner and director, Fabien Castanier continues to explore ventures in the art world sphere that bridge the gap between cultures and genres. Founding BREACH has opened up more pathways towards the cultivation of emerging and diverse talent, always with the mission to unlock new potential within a strong international gallery program. With his sights aimed at creating a welcoming space for contemporary and cutting-edge artists, Castanier remains an advocate for the perseverance of the cultural landscape in Miami and beyond.
As an artist and curator, Ed Broner has long been intensly involved with the most diverse places in which painting can be created. On the one hand, he has demonstrated a keen intuition for young talent for many years – even when they were still students experimenting at their universities. He has a sense for trends, movements and emerging careers. His former blog Now Now Contemporary brought about influential discoveries. On the other hand, Ed Broner doesn’t just look around at institutions, nor is he interested in who was a master student of which professor when making his selection. He makes no distinction between self-taught artists, outsiders of an underground culture, graffiti sprayers, or award-winning fellows. Age and origin are also irrelevant. Ed Broner curates paintings, not biographies or profiles. An unfortunately rare but all the more exciting approach.