The below article is by Anne Tschida for the Biscayne Times newspaper.
Two artist-run exhibition spaces in North Miami span the little-known corners of the local art sceneWritten by Anne Tschida - BT Arts Editor
Some of the first structures humans ever made were bridges. We knew we wanted to cross over to new territory, and then be able to come back again.
So the two artist-run alternative exhibition spaces in North Miami are aptly named: Bridge Red Studios Project Space and Under the Bridge. They’re both located in a complex of studios off NE 123rd Street, and both have a mission to exhibit art that may not otherwise appear in galleries, although they achieve this in slightly different ways.
One result is the current exhibit, “Smoke Signals: portals y paisajes.” Curated by William Cordova, the 14 artists included in the show range from well known to obscure. The “portal” is the key element in the various small-scale works on the ground floor of Under the Bridge, a former warehouse. READ MORE...
“Martinez/Nicastri/Tan” runs through July 8 at Bridge Red Studios Project Space, 12425 NE 13th Ave., Suite 5; 786-390-8915. “Smoke Signals: portals y paisajes” is downstairs at Under the Bridge, 305-987-4437.