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We are currently showing William Powhida’s grimly plausible visions of the future in the centerpiece of his solo show. ”The Contemporary 2000-2025” is the outcome of Powhida’s analysis of the outcome of the future as he traces a course of significant inequality that serves as a troubling warning if current trends continue.

Step inside ”On the Contemporary” and explore every detail of Powhida’s razor-sharp predicaments. He does not hold anything back in letting us all know the presumable aftermath of the current political imbalance.

William Powhida: "On the Contemporary" 
runs until December 20th

Press release and full installation view

 


 

See you at the beach!


There is no other place we would rather spend the second weekend of December than Miami Beach! True to tradition, we can be found right in the eye of the storm as the beach overflow the shore with vibrant masterpieces and important collectors.

We cannot wait to present yet another fantastic visual display of all new and fiercly contemporary pieces by some of our heaviest masters as well as having two crisp young talents make their debut on this year’s fair.


Click here to see our list of works for Pulse Miami Beach

Represented artists:

Angela Gram (US)
Christian Rex van Minnen (US)
Jean-Pierre Roy (US)
John Jacobsmeyer (US)
Jud Bergeron (US)
Nicola Verlato (IT)
Mu Pan (US)
Taylor Schultek (US)
William Powhida (US)

Opening hours:
Thursday, December 6: 1pm - 5pm
Friday, December 7: 10am - 7pm
Saturday, December 8: 10am - 7pm
Sunday, December 9: 10am - 5pm

Location:
Indian Beach Park, 4601 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33140

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