Originally established in St. Petersburg, Florida in 2009, Mindy Solomon Gallery has been located in the flourishing Wynwood Art District of Miami for the past two years. Helping to establish the vanguard of a new creative community in Miami, the gallery is now joining neighbors such as Guccivuitton gallery and maker/co-working space MADE at the Citadel in Little River. Doubling its footprint in the new location, the gallery now offers two simultaneous exhibition spaces: one dedicated to exhibiting its national and international artist roster, and the other to showcasing special projects focused on local work and artistic engagement.
Specializing in contemporary emerging and mid-career artists and art advisory services, the gallery represents artists working in painting, sculpture, photography, and video in both narrative and non-objective styles, and was named one of the Top 500 Galleries Worldwide in Louise Blouin Media Modern Painters 2013 and 2014 annual guides. The gallery also exhibits some of the most prestigious contemporary Korean artists on the world market today. With a dynamic community education program, the gallery offers opportunities including a collectors' tour to South Korea, and hosts lectures, seminars, and special events. Represented artists include: Scottish photographer Muir Vidler; Korean sculptural artist Kang Hyo Lee; Mexican mixed-media artists the de la Torre Brothers; New York-based painter James Kennedy; and an array of national and international talent. Mindy Solomon Gallery participates in global art fairs including Art Miami, Zona Maco, VOLTA BASEL, VOLTA NY, PULSE, Moving Image, and Shanghai Contemporary. Always interested in the intersection of art and design, Mindy Solomon and her staff work closely with designers, advisors, consultants and curators to inform and integrate fine works of art into every aesthetic environment.
The Mindy Solomon Gallery is not accepting unsolicited artist proposals at this time.