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Diana Lowenstein Gallery

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Diana Lowenstein Gallery

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Contemporary art has always been Diana Lowenstein's preferred artistic current, and her personal taste is seen in every show she curates. An eclectic mix is ever-present in the paintings, sculptures, photography and installations she exhibits at her gallery

Miami, FL


Diana Lowenstein strives to introduce vibrant new artists, undoubtedly enriching the community's art diversity. She also makes her selections available to the rest of the world by continuing her presence in all major art shows and specialized magazines. This ongoing effort requires dedication, experience and expertise in the art field: qualities that best describe Diana Lowenstein

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Represented Artists

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Represented Artists

CARLOS DE VILLASANTE


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JOSE BECHARA

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CECILIA PAREDES

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LIDZIE ALVISA

JOSE BECHARA

LORIS CECCHINI

COLECTIVO MR

CARLOS DE VILLASANTE

HUMBERTO DIAZ

DANIEL DOMIG

MICHAEL FLOMEN

ANGELA GLAJCAR

LUIS GOMEZ

DANIEL GONZALEZ

FELICE GRODIN

IVELISSE JIMENEZ

CLEMENCIA LABIN

CAROLINE LATHAN-STIEFEL

MICHAEL LOVELAND

IBRAHIM MIRANDA

UDO NÖGER

ALEJANDRA PADILLA

CECILIA PAREDES

LUIS PAREDES

FABIANO PARISI

GYE HOON PARK

RALF PETERS


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Current Exhibitions

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Current Exhibitions

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REIMA NEVALAINEN

September 22nd to November 15th, 2017

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Past Exhibitions

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Past Exhibitions

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LUIS GOMEZ

„Gimme Shelter“

June 17th to  July 29th, 2017

 

Luis Gómez uses installation, video, photography and painting, with the intention of comfrontation of art, society with the inevitable power relations. Investigates the relationships that surround the art and forms of consumption, focusing at times on specific aspects of the work and the artist market itself. It inspired by a complex thought connected to different knowledges and practices, drawing origin and inspiration from many disciplines - from sociology to literature, from political economy to the technological and communicative research, between relativity and fiction, collective imaginary and false truths. The awareness of some rules played no reports on ethics but on economic and social speculation shakes the work of Luis on a knife blade, sometimes ironically cutting edge that keeps it alive in a parallel street. It is a tragicomic complaint, bitter and ironic at the same time, the one that makes Gómez when he warns the artist greedy of money, which ultimately satisfy their vanity at the expense of his real commitment and research, becoming the easiest character corruptible instead of maintain his strong ethics. A complaint addressed to the production of "worksjunk" that feed markets and collections, unjustifiable from the critical point of view but from an economic one.


 

Diana Lowenstein Gallery

Owner: Diana Lowenstein

+1305.576.1804

info@dianalowensteingallery.com

Address: 2043 North Miami Avenue, Miami FL 33127

www.dianalowensteingallery.com

Gallery Hours: Tue – Fri, 10 am - 5 pm; Saturday 10 am - 3 pm