Cynthia Corbett Gallery is thrilled to be back at Art Miami 2020 for our 11th year in a row. We are pleased to present a curation of artworks by Gallery artists and Young Masters, entitled Tradition: Revisited.
Cynthia Corbett Gallery is thrilled to be back at Art Miami 2020 for our 11th year in a row. We are pleased to present a curation of artworks by Gallery artists and Young Masters, entitled Tradition: Revisited. This special selection was created in the spirit of celebrating the art historical canon and the way our featured artists subvert and reflect upon it. From Deborah Azzopardi's optimistic Pop scenes to Andy Burgess's Modernist houses and Braque-esque abstract collages, from Klari Reis's Bauhaus-inspired sculptural pieces to Tom Leighton's architectural fantasies, we are proud to present a stunningly diverse variety of genre, medium, format and subject matter. Included in our presentation are three European photographers, whose commentary on contemporary subject matter range from Lluís Barba's social satire to Isabelle van Zeijl's reflection on the essence of beauty to Fabiano Parisi's melancholiac poetry of deserted villas and streets of Rome under lockdown.
In addition, continuing our mission of introducing new Young Master talent to Art Miami, we are delighted to present five extraordinary and very diverse artists: painters Kelly Carmody and Tuëma Pattie, Young Masters Maylis Grand Ceramic Art Prize alumni Albert Montserrat and Matt Smith as well as recovering lawyer turned artist Geoffrey Stein. Kelly Carmody's Impressionist-inspired and technically brilliant canvases are filled with gentle sunlight and a haunting mood. Tuëma Pattie's painterly Abstract Expressionism has recently gained international critical acclaim during her first career retrospective at the age of 82. Albert Montserrat's Korean glaze-moon jars and bowls are revered by ceramic enthusiasts and curators all over the world. Matt Smith's porcelain figurines and reclaimed textiles provide a reflection on museums, queerness and gender roles. US-based and British-trained Geoffrey Stein's painted collages are offering a multilayered and strong viewpoint (sometimes controversial) while capturing the zeitgeist with incredible elegance.
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