December 6 - 10, 2017
FORM is Miami’s only art fair dedicated to the applied arts and sculpture objects. The fair takes place during Miami Art Week, the city’s busiest week for contemporary art. FORM will feature prominent international galleries whose programs showcase innovation in contemporary decorative arts and design, highlighting work in ceramics, fiber, glass, metal, wearable art and wood.
Sensate Gallery will be showing pieces by renowned artists Ted Gall, Susan Saladino, the Beatrice Wood Studio Collective, as well as Binh Pho and his collaborators Annette Barlow, Richard Flores, Patti Quinn Hill, Kay Khan, and Alain Mailland.
BioDiversity: Celebrating the Natural World
was April 15 - May 27, 2017
The Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts is working with select galleries to present an online exhibition, featuring contemporary artists working in all media who celebrate the natural world in their work. As an activity of the Happy Valley Foundation, the Center is presenting this exhibition as a means of sharing the Foundation's guiding principles of protecting the environment, while celebrating the natural value of diversity in all spheres of life.
Contemporary Wood: State of the Art
was June 11 - August 6, 2017
The Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts is working with select galleries to present an online exhibition, featuring contemporary artists working in wood. The exhibition is being curated by Kevin Wallace, Director of the Center, who is taking the opportunity to consider the current state of contemporary wood art, sharing outstanding works by both emerging and established artists.
The Nature of Collaboration
Art Palm Springs was Feb 16 – Feb 19, 2017
Thank you to all who visited us at Art Palm Springs for our debut exhibition. It was a pleasure meeting all of our visitors. Please contact us with any inquiries regarding the artwork or the artist’s represented.
Sensate Gallery’s debut exhibition was held at Art Palm Springs and featured the artwork of acclaimed wood artist Bihn Pho and collaborating artists from around the globe. Utilizing a cutting-edge marriage of sculpture and painting, Pho and his collaborators nurture a shared dream of promoting the importance of the natural world through international collaboration. The collaborating artists in the exhibition included Annette Barlow (Australia), Ron Gerton (US), Kay Khan (US), Alain Mailland (France), Nikolai Ossipov (Ukraine), Binh Pho (Vietnam), Graeme Priddle (New Zealand), Joey Richardson (England), Derek Weidman (US), and Hans Weissflog (Germany).
Sensate Gallery’s mission is to transform the experience of contemporary art by exhibiting cutting-edge international artists who take bold new approaches to wide-ranging media.
“We chose Art Palm Springs to launch Sensate Gallery, as it is emerging as a leading contemporary art fair,” says gallery director Chloe Rahimzadeh. “Southern California is known as a place where cutting-edge work is embraced and supported – and as one of the most important art markets internationally. With the draw of Modernism Week and the height of the season, Art Palm Springs an ideal place to present this special exhibition.”
Boldly original and diverse pairings of art historical media – wood, glass, metal, fiber and painting – the exhibition addresses topical global issues, while making clear the potential of art to reveal beauty and effect positive change.