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Seeing Van Gogh's "The Yellow House" on Google Maps

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Vincent van Gogh's "The Yellow House" on Google Maps. 
The Yellow House no longer exists. It was broken down in the 1940's during World War II. The place without the house looks almost the same. Although Van Gogh's building is gone a placard on the scene commemorates its former existence.

Recap - Kiki Valdes - Paintings in a Loft

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KIKI VALDES - "PAINTINGS IN A LOFT" INSTALLATION + RECEPTION PHOTOS BY SEAN DECKERT. 
Following the success of his solo exhibition in New York at The National Arts Club, Kiki Valdes is pleased to present a mini overview of his extensive art portfolio at the Midtown Miami 4 building coinciding with the festive Art Basel/Miami Art Week. 

Presenting a selection of his preliminary sketches, drawings, and oil paintings, the evocative staging of Valdes’ diverse art is revisited in the context of a modern loft overlooking the vibrant streets filled with art enthusiasts. 

Seamlessly located in midtown Miami alongside various art fairs, the painter invites you to discover the versatility in the colors, mediums, and forms that have inspired and shaped his journey through art.

Michael Vasquez: "One Deep" (Miami Art Week)

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Michael Vasquez : "One Deep" 

 an independent presentation of single portraits.


December 2nd - 7th 2014


Reception : Thursday, December 4th 7-10PM


3801 N. Miami Ave #104
Design District Miami FL


Michael Vasquez lives and works in Miami. His work has been exhibited at numerous museums and institutions, both nationally and internationally, including the Kemper Museum of Art in Kansas City MO, Miami Art Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami, Museum of Contemporary Art Scottsdale, the University of Tennessee, and Saatchi Gallery in London. 

Currently, Vasquez's work is included in "Portraiture Now : Staging the Self," on view at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery in Washington DC through April 12th 2015, at which point the exhibition will begin to travel nationally.

Douglas Hoekzema + Johnny Robles (Time & Play)

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