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From Brace's website (http://www.hilarybrace.com/):
"I begin with a completely darkened surface then remove the charcoal to reveal lighter forms. In a sense, the images are uncovered through this subtractive process, which allows the scenes to emerge through a series of unanticipated discoveries."
Coming off an exquisite showcase of neo-minimalist painter Cesar Paternosto's recent work and a striking installation by kinetic artist Jesus Soto (Penetrable), both of which ended January 31, the Durban-Segnini is one of the hottest things in the Miami art world. The gallery was founded in Caracas, Venezuela in 1970 by Cesar Segnini, the gallery's current owner and director. If you're going to be in the area, it's a no-miss.
3072 SW 38 Avenue
Miami, Florida 33146