From outside the gallery program, Stackabl will create bespoke sustainable lighting. Quinaz Studio will create a room utilizing found object materials fabricated into new furniture iterations. Julia Kunin will share a beautifully crafted luster ware form. Cody Hoyt will include one of his incredible vessels. Marie Herwald Hermann will introduce an amazing sculptural wall form. John Souter will present an inventive sculptural form. Dabin Ahn will craft a miniature 3-dimensional rendering of an interior space. Adam Miller will display some of his Ultraman series floral vessel forms. Frances Trombly will present an elegantly woven tapestry. Noe Kuremoto will present mid-century inspired vases. Paul Briggs will share his delicately pinched forms. Stan Edmondson will delight with a riff on a dinnerware set complete with utensils. Sunkoo Yuh will unveil a new moon jar form illustrated with his unmistakable cast of characters. Nabila Valera will create message driven tapestry pillows that marry contemporary art and design. Philip Michael Wolfson will bring his fascination with and examination of the construct of space and forms with the inclusion of a modernist inspired table.
With the approach of the fall season, Mindy Solomon is excited to bring the gallery to the forefront of contemporary design.
Mindy Solomon Gallery specializes in contemporary emerging and mid-career artists and art advisory services. The gallery represents artists working in painting, sculpture, photography, and video in both narrative and non-objective styles. The gallery program explores the intersection of art and design through an ongoing dialog between two and three-dimensional objects, while embracing diasporic voices. Utilizing the gallery space as a platform for inventive exhibitions, museum visitations, and public lectures, Solomon invites a sense of community and aesthetic enrichment.
Solomon founded the gallery in 2009 in St. Petersburg, Florida, where she established her reputation as a contemporary art dealer. She is a Board member of the Miami Art Dealers Association and is currently located in the Little River Arts District of Miami.