Not long ago, while I was listening to a Phillip Glass piano concerto, I experienced an ache brought on by his music. I tried to identify the nature of what I was feeling, what was it made of, and where in my body or mind in resided. That twinge in my psyche when I experience ephemeral beauty serves to underscore my connection to humanity, and my place within it. That ache can be demanding, but if I willingly give myself over to it, it never fails to propel me out of the muck of my daily existence.
This month, in light of all the art that you might be planning to see in Miami (or elsewhere) – I encourage you to give in to beauty’s ache.
Below is some artwork that I’ll have in Miami at Aqua room 115, courtesy of William Baczek Fine Arts and at Fountain, booth C-14 courtesy of Arcilesi Homberg Fine Art. Also, I’m excited to now be a part of the Pierogi Flat Files . Couple of other shows in December: a group show curated by Lesley Guy in Sheffield, England at Bloc Projects and a pop up show curated by Art Snack Registry.