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Miami New Times - Matt Lamb
Writing in Greater Miami’s leading news weekly, Miami New Times, Carlos Suarez de Jesus noted that on “encountering the uninhibitedly zany works of self-taught artist Matt Lamb, one usually walks away feeling as if doused by an invigorating bucket of joy and swept into his vision of a childlike utopia.”For more information
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ArtPremium - Matt Lamb

Art Premium, the bi-monthly art magazine based in Puerto Rico, featured an article on the gallery’s current mini-retrospective of Matt Lamb’s paintings from 1990 to 2005, along with a summary of events leading to his career as an artist and his recent biography, “Matt Lamb: The Art of Sucess.”
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Coral Gables Gazette - Matt Lamb
The weekly Coral Gables Gazette splashed a major article on the gallery’s Matt Lamb exhibition and the autograph party for Richard Speer, author of “Matt Lamb: The Art of Success,” across its front local page. The article appeared on the day of the event at Books & Books, bolstering its standing-room-only crowd. For more information
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Book Signing - Matt Lamb

The gallery helped launched the new biography, “Matt Lamb: The Art of Sucess,” with an autograph party for its author, critic Richard Speer, at Books & Books in Coral Gables. Surrounded by Lamb’s paintings, Speer was able to show his fascinated audience Lamb’s handprints from dunking his canvases into a matrix of gesso and concrete.
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Two of the gallery’s artists are featured as cover stories on the Summer 2005 issues of Arte al Dia and NY Arts magazines. To read the review of Hugo Crosthwaite’s “Maniera Obscura/In a Dark Manner 1998-2005” exhibition by the noted author Edward Lucie-Smith. For more information
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The gallery presented the first U.S. exhibitions of work by the Iranian photographer Howtan.  His “Scream of War,” shown at left, and other illuminated light boxes were featured both at ArtSpace/Virginia Miller Galleries in Coral Gables and at Palm Beach3, the annual contemporary art fair.
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The Miami Art Guide article highlights some of the gallery’s historic exhibitions, including the state's first shows for Alice Neel and Richard Pousette Dart, the nation’s first major exhibition of the Dominican Republic’s master artist, Ramón Oviedo. For more information, click here.

A review of the “Latin American Invitational” exhibition includes color photos of works by Leonora Carrington, Michelle Concepción, Alexis Fernández and Marco Tullio. Virginia Miller notes that its disparate artists are “the masters of today and tomorrow.” For more information, click here.

In her reviews in the June 2004 ARTnews and The Miami Herald, Elisa Turner observes how Gunther Gerzso's fluid early drawings in Ohio laid the infrastructure for the architectonic abstractions of his later style. The exhibition traced his evolution. For more information, click here.
"Matt Lamb blends technique and subject matter in an improbable, sometimes jaw-dropping fashion. His charactersdogs, fishes, elephants, and human-animal-plant hybrids–are shadows of another dimension,” notes the ARTnews review by Richard Speer. For more information, click here.

Virginia Miller is one of the art authorities surveyed by Arte al Dia on the art of Latin America. Each was asked whether 1) art has become globalized, 2) painting continues to be a valid medium, and 3) Latin American art is internationally recognized. For more information, click here.
Along with spotlighting Latin American art for more than 30 years, Virginia Miller also launched Coral Gables’ Gallery Night 13 years ago, according to veteran journalist Candace Russell in the December 2003 issue of South Florida Times. For more information, click here.

Virginia Miller also arranged for Arturo Correa to erect this house sculpture on Delray Beach's Pineapple Grove ArtWalk. Its outside walls depict the homeless. Interior walls are white, so visitors can complete the work with their comments on poverty and homelessness in our affluent nation. For more information, click here .
Karen Glaser’s spectacular installation at the Port of Miami, “Aquascapes: Miami Seaport Project - 2002,” stretches eight feet high along a 226-foot wall. The canvas photographic mural depicts images of marine life in subtle brown and gray tones, giving the impression of looking underwater from a glass-bottomed boat. For more information, click here.
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