The gallery is pleased to announce that gallery artist Ali Smith is now also represented by Mindy Solomon Gallery in Miami, FL. Scheduled to have a solo exhibition with Solomon in 2015, Smith will also included in several major international art fairs in the near future.
Furthermore, the artist has work included in the traveling exhibition, “Art for Art’s Sake,” a survey of the Frederick R. Weisman Foundation Collection currently on view at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas’ Barrick Museum. The show was recently reviewed by the Las Vegas Weekly, which declared:
“A particularly amazing scene unfolded this week at UNLV’s Barrick Museum, where noted art conservator and curator Billie Milam Weisman worked alongside Jerry Schefcik and Aurore Giguet and an assortment of handlers to remove a giant, vigorous and densely textured abstract painting by Ali Smith. Titled “Half-Life,” the 2007 work by the Southern California artist is, much like every other piece that arrived Monday at the Barrick, a beautifully constructed, dynamic work that would pounce on anyone walking past.” – Kristen Peterson
We congratulate Ali on all of this exciting news, and encourage you to see this exhibition should you be in the Las Vegas area. For details about the show, and facility times, please visit the Barrick Museum website.