Dillon + Lee at Art Miami

Per Fronth
Dan Halter

Katsumi Hayakawa
Robin Kang
Steven MacIver
Shuster + Moseley
Oswaldo Vigas
Humans since 1982


Dillon + Lee at Booth A302
December 5 - 10, 2017 | VIP Preview: Tues, December 5

One Miami Herald Plaza @ NE 14TH STREET
Downtown Miami on Biscayne Bay
Between the Venetian & Macarthur Causeways
To receive previews or passes, please email mail@dillongallery.com


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'Harmonic Lens' has been longlisted for the Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 which showcases the work of 100 leading artists from around the world and is a dynamic guide to international contemporary art. A video of the piece is on show at the exhibition at York Gallery open from now until September and the work is also published in the Aesthetica Art Prize Anthology. The exhibition will be on display from 26th May to 10th September at York Gallery, Exhibition Square, York, YO1 7EW.

'Harmonic Lens' has been longlisted for the Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 which showcases the work of 100 leading artists from around the world and is a dynamic guide to international contemporary art. A video of the piece is on show at the exhibition at York Gallery open from now until September and the work is also published in the Aesthetica Art Prize Anthology.

The exhibition will be on display from 26th May to 10th September at York Gallery, Exhibition Square, York, YO1 7EW.

Specially commissioned for 40 Portman Square by Mehtabell Projects, Shuster + Moseley have created a unique installation of AntiPrisms. Conceived as future relics, the work imagines the remnants of our technological age, reflects and manipulates light, and explores how surveillance technologies influence our experience of reality. The artists have hand made each unique prism from hand cut float glass that is bonded into precise geometry.  The work will be on display until January 2017. For all enquiries please contact Mehtabell Projects.

Specially commissioned for 40 Portman Square by Mehtabell Projects, Shuster + Moseley have created a unique installation of AntiPrisms. Conceived as future relics, the work imagines the remnants of our technological age, reflects and manipulates light, and explores how surveillance technologies influence our experience of reality. The artists have hand made each unique prism from hand cut float glass that is bonded into precise geometry. 

The work will be on display until January 2017. For all enquiries please contact Mehtabell Projects.

Please contact us for access to the online book: The Art of The Interface.