1001 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, FL, 33139 (Miami Design Preservation League's Art Deco Museum)
Open Tuesday - Sunday, 10am - 5pm.
924 Lincoln Rd, Suite 107, Miami Beach, FL 33139 (Oolite Arts)
Open by appointment
Pop-Up Office at Nature Links Winter Art Gala and Fundraiser Friday, December 20, 6 - 9pm
We will have a Pop-Up Office at Nature Links for Lifelong Learning's Winter Art Gala and Fundraiser. Please join us in supporting this critical local organization.
End of Year Open House at Main Office
1001 Ocean Drive
Saturday, December 21, 2 - 4pm
Please join us at our Main Office location within the Miami Design Preservation League's Art Deco Museum. Director Misael Soto will be on hand to discuss what DoR is today, what we've accomplished over the past year and a half, and how you can join us on our mission.
To assist us with this, we've invited A.G. to present his lecture titled "Let's not do this right now" after which there will be a short (silent) Q&A. About "choosing to not," the presentation is a short practical guide on resisting contemporary demands to produce.
After A.G.'s presentation, a guided mediation will cap the afternoon and send us off ready for the final weeks of 2019 and the new year.
Image: A.G. Let's not do this right now, 2015, Presentation excerpt.
A.G. (b. 1986, Miami, FL) is an artist living and working in Miami, Florida. After graduating from the New World School of the Arts, he received his BFA in Sculpture and Art History from the University of Florida (2009). He has exhibited nationally and internationally, with recent and upcoming shows in Los Angeles, New York City, Miami and Berlin. Recent solo exhibitions include TALENT at Primary in Miami, INTRO at Artist Curated Projects in Los Angeles (2017), Don't tell someone that you like how they are doing something because they may stop to thank you at Regina Rex in New York City (2016) and Nobody knows me better than you at Locust Projects in Miami, Florida (2014). He has also been included in several group exhibitions, including The Coffins of Paa Joe and The Pursuit of Happiness at Jack Shainman Gallery, NY and An Image at Oolite Art in Miami Beach, Florida.
A.G.’s transdisciplinary practice aims to utilize production, theatrical modalities, and show business as a realm of thought vis-à-vis reality as a malleable material and the self-direction and agency of identity-design. Through a compound practice of research and training in the fields of entertainment and conservatory style training, A.G. leverages the psychological findings as texts and object-based works, while simultaneously scrutinizing the exhibition site as a site of production and vice versa.