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El Pais: ‘Instagramables’ y atajos en Art Basel Miami Beach 2023 / 'Instagramables' and shortcuts at Art Basel Miami Beach 2023
El Pais: ‘Instagramables’ y atajos en Art Basel Miami Beach 2023 / 'Instagramables' and shortcuts at Art Basel Miami Beach 2023
Por / By Joaquín Badajoz
Wall Street Journal Review: Art Basel Miami Beach 2023
Wall Street Journal Review: Art Basel Miami Beach 2023
By Brian P. Kelly

“Also captivating are...the innovative reliefs of Ynez Johnston at Louis Stern Fine Arts, richly symbolic atlases that seemed to draw simultaneously from Paul Klee and Sufi mysticism.”

ART BASEL MIAMI BEACH 2023
ART BASEL MIAMI BEACH 2023
VIP Opening

Survey Sector Booth S13: Ynez Johnston

Meridians Sector Booth M17: Alfredo Ramos Martínez

Beyond the booth: how artists flourish in the Meridians sector
Beyond the booth: how artists flourish in the Meridians sector
Seven exhibitors reflect on the benefits of the sector’s large-scale, immersive format for their artists
Review: Helen Lundeberg: Enigma of Reality
Review: Helen Lundeberg: Enigma of Reality
by Annabel Osberg
Mark Leonard featured in Palm Springs Life
Mark Leonard featured in Palm Springs Life
Conservationist Mark Leonard Makes Masterpieces of His Own by Janice Kleinschmidt

After decades of restoring master paintings for museums, the artist delves into his own creativity with original paintings.

Review: Transcendent at Louis Stern Fine Arts
Review: Transcendent at Louis Stern Fine Arts
Written by David S. Rubin

As a contemporary complement to the historical exhibition “Another World: The Transcendental Painting Group, 1938-1945” that independent curator Michael Duncan organized with the Crocker Art Museum (and which can be seen at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art through June 19), Duncan has assembled together this smart and lustrous exhibition that explores how the goals of the Transcendental Painting Group (TPG) have continued to thrive in a variety of ways through the present day. Like the TPG artists, whose stated mission was “to carry painting beyond the appearance of the physical world, through new concepts of space, color, light and design to imaginative realms that are idealistic and spiritual,” the three generations of mostly West Coast artists in “Transcendent” share many of the same concerns. Some observe the natural world through a spiritual lens, others create abstract mandalas, and most approach art making as a form of meditation.

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