Articles of ‘Dorsch Gallery’

Kyle Trowbridge: Pleasure Seekers

Dorsch Gallery - Miami

By Bryan Barcena

The rise of Internet socialization has entrenched our generation in the most significant sexual and interpersonal revolution since that of the 1960s. The current generation is the first that has gained the ability to establish and arguably experience the de-personification and increased ephemerality of intimate relationships. The Internet revolution ushered [...]

Ralph Provisero / Celluloid Drag: Some Space Between Film and Architecture

Dorsch Gallery
March 14 - April 18
By Carlos Suárez De Jesús
For his sweeping installation at the Dorsch Gallery, Miami-based sculptor Ralph Provisero salvaged the steel beams from another Miami gallery to create a work exuding both power and grace.
The dynamic installation, titled Traiettorie Architettoniche (or Everybody’s got their own arrows), gave the impression the artist had [...]

F(r)acture: divisions in painting

June 13 - July 18, 2009
Opening reception June 13, 2009, 7-10pm
Dorsch Gallery is presenting this summer “F(r)acture: divisions in painting.” Curated by Brook Dorsch, this group exhibition features works by Alicia Gibson, David Marsh, Jordan Massangale, Patrick McElnea, Brandon Opalka, Jane Parshall, Carlos Rigau, Karen Seapker and Kevin Van Gorp. The exhibition will be on [...]


May 9 - June 2, 2009
Opening reception May 9, 2009, 7-10pm
Dorsch Gallery will inaugurate nota bene: Illustrated demons & allegories, stripped of one religion, culture or narrative, are cast adrift and, accordingly, find new haunts. Curated by Tyler Emerson-Dorsch, this group exhibition features work by Rene Barge, Ernesto Caivano, Alyssa Phoebus, Shahzia Sikander, Reeve Schumacher, [...]


Participating artists: Brandon Opalka, Sinisa KUKEC, Reeve Schumacher & m lafille
Opening Reception Friday, May 8, 2009 - 7.00 pm
Open for the 2nd Saturday Gallery Walk - May 9
May 8 - 22, 2009
Video artist m lafille has gathered three artists around her latest piece, Mangrove.
She offered her video as a starting point for this exhibition, and [...]

The Perfect Human

Curated by Milena Hoegsberg and Megha Ralapati
Dorsch Gallery
Wynwood Art District - Miami
By Claire Breukel
Nowadays it is refreshing to find a theme-curated exhibition at a Miami gallery. Compiled of six works by both national and international artists, “The Perfect Human” discusses social and personal systems of ideals and how we go about defining what is, and [...]

Brandon, Brendan, B.R.E.N.D.A. at Dorsch Gallery

April 11 - May 2, 2009
This is a show about the tension that occurs when curatorial ambition and critical thinking brush up against the enactment of standard exhibition procedures featuring the work of three artists - two real, one fictional - whose work is about the creative friction that occurs when subjectivity brushes up against [...]

Give a man a fishing rod…

-A Conversation with Mark Koven
By Claire Breukel
Mark Koven and I meet at Out of the Blue Café. It’s 10am on a Tuesday morning and he orders a jasmine tea. He has had a late night and just downed two cups of coffee before meeting me and he needs the tea to combat the caffeine. Despite [...]

A Perfect Human, curated by Milena Hoegsberg and Megha Ralapati at Dorsch Gallery

January 31 - February 28, 2009
Dorsch Gallery presents “A Perfect Human,” a group exhibition including works in video, sculpture, sound and film by Zhao Bandi, Martin Basher, Melissa Dubbin & Aaron S. Davidson, Joergen Leth, Patrick McElnea and Sreshta Premnath.
Curated by Milena Hoegsberg and Megha Ralapati, “A Perfect Human” explores people’s struggle for and obsessions [...]

Shapeshifter, at Dorsch Gallery

November 29, 2008 - January 3, 2009
“Shapeshifter” is a group exhibition curated by Brook Dorsch and Tyler Emerson-Dorsch. The show includes work in several media, including paintings, video, projection, sculpture, and mixed media by Jenny Brillhart, Elisabeth Condon, Robin Griffiths, Richard Haden, Michelle Hailey, m lafille, Martin Murphy, Ralph Provisero, John Sanchez and Kyle Trowbridge.
As [...]