UNTITLED ART, Miami Beach 2021

Artists: Matt Gagnon, Julie Speidel, Chris Trueman, Peter Gronquist, Jessica Lichtenstein, Sally Gall, Ethan Murrow, Andreas Kocks, Catherine Howe, Audrey Stone

Exhibition Information:

November 29, 2021 - December 4, 2021

Contact GALLERY@WINSTONWACHTER.COM for an appointment to view the work (at our gallery in Seattle)


Located at: 

Ocean Drive and 12th Street,
Miami Beach, Florida

Booth A45 


Chris Trueman: GSL4K, 2021, NFT, Video, View video here: https://vimeo.com/643642332

Chris Trueman: MIA3, 2021, NFT, Video, View video here: https://vimeo.com/644937526

WWMC5, 2021, NFT, Video, Edition of 5, View video here: https://vimeo.com/564300538

Winston Wächter Fine Art is pleased to participate in UNTITLED, ART Miami Beach 2021. Featuring artists from both our New York and Seattle galleries, this selection of work represents the exuberant breadth of contemporary art across mediums, styles, and themes. From Matt Gagnon’s stoic light stack sculptures to Catherine Howe’s mixed media abstractions, there is a through-line of ingenuity at play that emphasizes the sheer brilliance of form. Jessica Lichtenstein and Andreas Kocks question our fixed understanding of frame and content, while Peter Gronquist and Julie Speidel attest to the hushed transcendence that can occur within rigid borders. Elsewhere, Ethan Murrow whimsically employs traditional landscape imagery to subvert our ideas of what representational art can accomplish. Sometimes defined lines slash through the picture plane, sometimes amorphous shapes rise out of the ether, yet everything is filled with a potent urgency to push beyond the established framework. These artists exemplify original notions of how art can transport us to wholly new places, and why we might need to go there.

Audrey Stone further showcases the range in technique and approach with her unwavering fixation on subtle color gradation and meticulous linework. Additionally, Chris Trueman’s NFT videos contain ecstatic swaths of color that harken back to Op-Art and graffiti murals, while Sally Gall’s tranquil photographs blur the edges of representation and abstraction. Despite— or perhaps because of— such strong differences, these artists cumulatively make an argument for art’s capacity to stimulate and transfix beyond borders, both real and imagined.