A selection from NO MAN’S LAND, Untitled, and ABMB

Contributed by guest correspondent Sharon Louden  / I love being a guest contributor–blogging is a good challenge, and having the opportunity to share images of the work that inspires me makes it worth the effort. As promised, today I am posting more images from the Untitled Art Fair and Art Basel, and a selection of compelling work from the exhibition “NO MAN’S LAND: Women Artists from the Rubell Family Collection,” at the Rubell Family Collection in Miami.

[Image above, from Untitled: Adam Winner, Blasts and Fogs, 2015, oil on linen, 24×20 inches, at Josee Bienvenu Gallery / Twitter @joseebienvenu ]

More selections from Art Basel Miami Beach:

Florian Pumhosl,  Expanse 5, 2014, oil on ceramide plaster, 15 3/4x 11 13/16 inches; Expanse 1, 2014, Oil on ceramide plaster, 15 3/4x 11 13/16″; Untitled, 2014, oil on ceramide plaster, 15 3/4x 11 13/16 inches at Miguel Abreau Gallery.

Florian Pumhosl, Expanse 1, 2014, oil on ceramide plaster, 15 3/4x 11 13/16 inches at Miguel Abreau Gallery

Stanley Whitney, Sister, 2015, oil on linen, 96×96 inches at Team Gallery /Twitter @TeamGallery.

Lee Ufan, Dialogue, 2014, oil on canvas, 85.8×114.6×2.4 inches at Lisson Gallery / Twitter @Lisson_Gallery

Detail of painting above.
Al Held, Ocean of Light, 1993, acrylic on canvas, 60×60 inches at Cheim & Read / Twitter @cheimread.
The Rubell Family Collection offered “NO MAN’S LAND: Women Artists from the Rubell Family Collection,” a solid exhibition that features a hundred female artists of different generations and cultures. As you would expect from such a wide-ranging show, there are many different ideas and approaches.

Marina Rheingantz, Branca, 2015, oil on canvas, 78 3/4 x 118 1/8 inches at Rubell Family Collection.

Marina Rheingantz, Revoada, 2015, oil on canvas, 106 1/4 x 157 7/16″ at Rubell Family Collection.
Marina Rheingantz, Um, 2015, oil on canvas, 78 3/4 x 96 1/2 inches at Rubell Family Collection.
Marlene Dumas, The Ladder, 2014, oil on canvas, 63 x 23 5/8 inches at Rubell Family Collection.

Detail of the painting above.

Karin Davie, Oh Baby #1 & #2 from the Sidewalk series, 1992, oil on canvas, diptych, each 90×60 inches at Rubell Family Collection.
Suzanne McClelland, Always, 1991, acrylic, clay, gesso and charcoal on canvas, 72×72 inches at Rubell Family Collection.

Mary Weatherford, Gin Ling Way, 2014, flashe and neon on linen, 56×120 inches at Rubell Family Collection.

Jennifer Guidi, Untitled (TRF #4 Black, White and Red), 2015, oil on linen, 92×74 inches at Rubell Family Collection.

Detail of the painting above.

Tomorrow, look for images from the Satellite Art Fair, including works by Ky Anderson and selections from Julie Torres’ “Art in America: Artists working in 50 states + Puerto Rico.”

Related posts:
Part 1:
Sharon Louden finds color and abstraction at Pulse and Art Basel Miami(2015)
Part 2:  “Untitled — the best fair in Miami Beach” (2015)
Sharon Louden: Animated life (2015)

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