AHA Fine Art Brings Bold Forms to CONTEXT Miami

Embracing a range of artistic mediums, from sculpture and tapestry to painting and mixed media, AHA Fine Art’s Booth C8 at Miami’s CONTEXT art fair holds promise as a bright spot in the firmament of Miami Art Week. On view from Dec 3-8, 2019, CONTEXT is located in downtown Miami on Biscayne Bay and features art dealers displaying work by promising contemporary artists. AHA Fine Art will feature nine artists whose style spans a wide range of mediums and conceptual approaches, bringing together Vincent Arcilesi, Alex Callender, John Defeo, Jen Dwyer, India Evans, Rachel Grobstein, Nola Romano, Arlene Rush and Andrea von Bujdoss.

Rachel Grobstein and Jen Dwyer mine the existing visual language of sculpture ranging from vernacular to Neoclassical. Grobstein’s sculptures incorporate everyday objects at miniature scale, inviting visitors to intimately experience these presumed precious objects. Her carefully encyclopedic approach gestures toward the archival styles of Camille Henrot, among others, while maintaing a distinct aesthetic. Dwyer’s boundary-pushing artwork advances contemporary ceramics at the crossroads of ancient and modern, Orient and Occident. The artist recently completed her MFA, and has pursued various opportunities to study ceramics in China, Vermont and Upstate New York – all of which have steered and developed her work, which exudes a sophisticated yet subversive approach.

“Roadside Memorial”, Rachel Grobstein, on view at AHA Fine Art Booth C8 – Context Art Miami
“Venus Vase”, Jen Dwyer, on view at AHA Fine Art Booth C8 – Context Art Miami

 

Arlene Rush (featured photo) also approaches her practice with a subversive, conceptual mindset. The interdisciplinary artist dives into a treasure trove of kitsch and classical elements for her installation work, which both criticizes and soberly comments on contemporary economic and social values, inviting visitors to form their own opinions on the meanings inherent to systems which govern us.

At CONTEXT, AHA Fine Art also presents paintings by landscape and figurative artists that present something for everyone: lovers of fresh, contemporary color and classic, clean line. Alex Callender’s paintings invite wonder and dreamy speculation, embracing classical figuration and engulfing them in bright pastel shades. Her work combines beauty and critical art historical studies. John Defeo’s neo-impressionist landscapes present figures in moody environs, while the powerful scale of Vincent Arcilesi’s landscape paintings evince a technical precision carefully balanced with a harmony of line and color.

“Untitled – Yellow” Alex Callender, on view at AHA Fine Art Booth C8 – Context Art Miami
“Trees of Charlevoix”, Vincent Arcilesi, on view at AHA Fine Art Booth C8 – Context Art Miami
“Nightswimming”, John Defeo, on view at AHA Fine Art Booth C8 – Context Art Miami

 

Don’t miss the opportunity to experience the diverse range of artworks on view at AHA Fine Art’s C8 booth at CONTEXT Art Miami. On view December 3-8, 2019 in downtown Miami, the fair offers a view onto artists on the rise today – and AHA Fine Art presents some of the most talented rising voices on the art scene today.

Bound/Less: Less Isn’t More at AHA Fine Art Group Exhibit

BOUND/LESS, opening at 222 Bowery on Tuesday, February 12th from 6-8 pm, features a selection of artists presented by Arcilesi|Homberg Fine Art. For one night only, artworks contemplating the many facets of love and its endless scope will be presented, alongside music, wearable art and refreshments on the Bowery right across the street from the New Museum.

Works by Vincent Arcilesi, Eileen Coyne, Maria Dimanshtein, Jun’Ichiro Ishida, Carolyn Oberst, Arlene Rush, Margaret Withers and more populate the historic space. From the gestural figurative to the geometric abstract, love in all its forms is present for visitors to explore. The show features a plethora of artists brought together to honor love in all its splendor. Featuring a majority women artists in this exciting group exhibit, don’t miss the only chance to witness all this magnificent, loved-themed art in one space!

 

BOUND/LESS takes place from 6-8 pm at 222 Bowery on Tuesday, Feb 12th produced by AHA Fine Art.