|"Embrace," a life-sized sculpture rendered in steel wire by Susan Saladino|
605 Lake Ave., Lake Worth, 561-588-8344, Clayglassmetalstone.com
Summer Open House featuring art by Shannon Torrence, LaReine Marks, Irene Jalowayski, Barbara Keener, David Wood and Susan Saladino, live art, "potluck" refreshments and music, 6 to 9 p.m. July 6
Buena Vista Building
180 N.E. 39th St., Miami
During Four Hours, a presentation by The Nightclub, is the fourth of 12 events involving artists, producers and art students organizing curated exhibitions showcased in one-night venues. The latest featuring curator José Antonio Navarrete and artist Marcos Valella, are focused on "video-films regarding the three previous exhibitions presented at The Nightclub series, and one projection in real time on the night of exhibition."
The first three exhibitions of The Nightclub were filmed for inclusion in this event by aiming a camera on a fixed point without interruptions for four continuous hours. The films will be shown in that fashion, without editing, while a fourth projection registers the exhibition in progress. According to The Nightclub, these fragments are disposed to interact according to a particular understanding of the montage constructive principle" in an exhibition that "explores the limits between a work of art and a documentary record, between artistic positioning and curatorial action." The event runs 7-11 p.m. July 6.
1101 Poinciana Drive, Pembroke Pines, 954-961-6067, Ppines.com/studio18
The Sincerity Project, which features art by David "LEBO" Le Batard, Ed King, Jacklyn Laflamme, Antonio Guerrero, Timothy Leistner, Ruben Ubiera, Virginia Erdie, Evo Love and other artists, and interpretations of their art by by clients of several special needs organizations including Artists With Autism, Lucanus Developmental Center, The Ann Storck Center, runs through July 27.
The gallery will hold it's artist salon from 7-9 p.m. July 6. A raffle will be held to raise money for participating special needs organizations to buy art supplies and the prize is an art work by Ruben Ubiera.
Read Arterpillar's Sun-Sentinel story on the project. I've also included my photos from the show's opening above. Expand by clicking the lower right hand corner and then click on show info (at top) for titles ... or just view the Flickr set.