Gallery Diet featured in Ocean Drive

Gallery Diet featured in Ocean Drive

By Hunter Braithewaite Nina Johnson-Milewski’s parents didn’t share her early passion for contemporary art, but they nurtured it when she...
20 Emerging Female Artists to Keep on Your Radar: Nathlie Provosty

20 Emerging Female Artists to Keep on Your Radar: Nathlie Provosty

Lauren Palmer, Wednesday, December 9, 2015 This year was a strong one for female artists, and next year it appears...
MIAMI’S ART SCENE TURNS TO LITTLE HAITI

MIAMI’S ART SCENE TURNS TO LITTLE HAITI

By Liz Tracy Miami New Times Chickens poke around in the grass as cars fly down NW Second Avenue past...
Gallery Diet opening of Ann Craven’s I Like Blue

Gallery Diet opening of Ann Craven’s I Like Blue

By SoulOfMiami   Gallery Diet is pleased to present I Like Blue, an exhibition of new paintings by Ann Craven...
Beyond the Fairs: Must-See Exhibitions in Miami During ABMB

Beyond the Fairs: Must-See Exhibitions in Miami During ABMB

BY SCOTT INDRISEK | DECEMBER 01, 2015 BlouinArtInfo.com Last we checked there are upwards of 1,918 satellite fairs orbiting around...
Nicolas Lobo featured on The Creators Project

Nicolas Lobo featured on The Creators Project

Bio-Foam, Kevlar and Carbon Fiber: A Mixed-Media Sculpture Show By Marina Garcia-Vasquez — Nov 12 2015 Homemade napalm and soy...
Chemical Reaction

Chemical Reaction

Few artists in Miami are as experimental as Nicolas Lobo, a native who has risen to the upper echelons of...
Fay Ray Featured in LA Confidential

Fay Ray Featured in LA Confidential

As LA consolidates its position as a global art capital, women are breaking down barriers one cutting-edge canvas and avant...
Katie Stout Featured in Introspective Magazine

Katie Stout Featured in Introspective Magazine

For her first solo exhibition in Miami, ascendant design star Katie Stout offers fresh, and sometimes fluffy, takes on the...
Emmett Moore Featured in the Miami Herald

Emmett Moore Featured in the Miami Herald

Remember when the Jetsons wanted to eat? All they had to do was select a menu, push a few buttons...
Michael Clifford Featured in Artsy

Michael Clifford Featured in Artsy

The young Miami-based painter Michael Clifford’s canvases are created out of a romantic, spry sensibility that spans from his offbeat processes...
Nicolas Lobo Featuerd in Miami New Times

Nicolas Lobo Featuerd in Miami New Times

Growing up in South Florida’s harsh suburban landscape can be suffocating. The tract homes, insular ethnic communities, and lack of...
Nicolas Lobo Featured in Artnet

Nicolas Lobo Featured in Artnet

In New York, London, and Berlin, artists frequently shell out big bucks for small studio spaces in rapidly gentrifying neighborhoods...
Nicolas Lobo Featured in Forbes

Nicolas Lobo Featured in Forbes

For his first museum show at the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), artist Nicolas Lobo made a peculiar proposal: “mass produce storm drain...
Nicolas Lobo Featured in Interview Magazine

Nicolas Lobo Featured in Interview Magazine

For his latest project, Miami-based artist Nicolas Lobo used a swimming pool as his studio. Over the course of four...
Nicolas Lobo Featured in Bullet

Nicolas Lobo Featured in Bullet

Most artists’ studios look more or less the same (larger or smaller, more or less light/ assistants depending on their...
Modern Painters Introducing Nicolas Lobo

Modern Painters Introducing Nicolas Lobo

“It’s a heavily diluted broth the human body soaks in for leisure,” says Nicolas Lobo of muriatic acid, a common...
Nicolas Lobo Featured in The Guardian

Nicolas Lobo Featured in The Guardian

As the weather turns towards swim and tan season, a new exhibition is opening up in Miami to highlight a...
Mateo Tannatt Featured in Artsy

Mateo Tannatt Featured in Artsy

In his first solo show in Miami, the Los Angeles-based artist Mateo Tannatt presents a diverse array of sculpture, painting, sound...
HORSE, A lot More Than Meets the Eye

HORSE, A lot More Than Meets the Eye

Gallery Diet has been a part of Wynwood’s art scene long enough for many locals to imagine its layout. So...
Gallery Diet Featured in Dazed

Gallery Diet Featured in Dazed

As the dust settles on the city’s biggest annual cultural event, meet the creative spaces flying the Florida flag in...
Charley Friedman Featured in Terremoto

Charley Friedman Featured in Terremoto

Western Code is Charley Friedman’s third solo exhibition with Gallery Diet. The artist, who is currently dividing his time between...
5 Most Inspiring Art Shows to See in Miami This Weekend

5 Most Inspiring Art Shows to See in Miami This Weekend

More than an annual hub for fun, sun and Art Basel Miami Beach, South Florida’s cultural capital continues to showcase...
Nina Johnson-Milewski Featured in Flair

Nina Johnson-Milewski Featured in Flair

Usually it’s about the images that they issue. Here, a look at their looks is just as exciting: flair emerging...
Christy Gast, I Loved You Then I Googled You

Christy Gast, I Loved You Then I Googled You

“I grew up in the country, in a tiny village surrounded by farmland,” artist Christy Gast says from her loft...
What to See at Design Miami/ 2014

What to See at Design Miami/ 2014

Design Miami/ has never been merely a marketplace for design. Instead, the fair balances its commercial purpose with truly stellar...
Emmett Moore Featured in Complex

Emmett Moore Featured in Complex

What began 10 years ago as a small satellite fair for galleries focusing specifically on design, Design Miami/ has expanded...
Design Miami Celebrated Ten Years With Emmett Moore, Coral Morphologic

Design Miami Celebrated Ten Years With Emmett Moore, Coral Morphologic

At last night’s Vernissage, Design Miami celebrated 10 years of forward-thinking design in furniture, jewelry, and more. But many Miamians...
Muse of the Month: Artist Emmett Moore

Muse of the Month: Artist Emmett Moore

Title: “Fold,” 2014, by Emmett Moore Medium: Found sign Size: 28 x 42 x 12 About this piece: Emmett Moore...
A Conversation with Jarrett Earnest

A Conversation with Jarrett Earnest

 For the Duration of May, June, and July Gallery Diet has been curated by Jarrett Earnest in an exhibition entitled...
Bhakti Baxter Featured in SFAQ

Bhakti Baxter Featured in SFAQ

In his second solo exhibition at Gallery Diet, Miami-based artist Bhakti Baxter created a beautiful show of sculpture and painting...
Christy Gast, Focus on South Florida: Everglades Exhibit

Christy Gast, Focus on South Florida: Everglades Exhibit

Miami-based Christy Gast’s work has been exhibited at museums and galleries internationally. Her work is a product of extensive research and...
The Cold War in Florida’s Wetlands

The Cold War in Florida’s Wetlands

MIAMI — Consider, for a moment, the hole-in-the-donut: a confectionary absence that signifies a presence, a sort of vortex of...
Nicolas Lobo featured in Daily Serving

Nicolas Lobo featured in Daily Serving

Get Nexcited! So beckons the label of Nexcite, an aphrodisiac beverage once produced in Sweden. When it first came out...
Nicolas Lobo featured in Art is About

Nicolas Lobo featured in Art is About

Gallery Diet is proud to announce Bad Soda / Soft Drunk, Nicolas Lobo’s second solo exhibition in the gallery. Lobo...
Interview Magazine  Nicolas Lobo Bad Soda/Soft Drunk

Interview Magazine
Nicolas Lobo Bad Soda/Soft Drunk

A few years ago, artist Nicolas Lobo roamed into a dank, dusty garage, seeking out a studio space in Miami’s...
Nicolas Lobo featured in The Daily Beast

Nicolas Lobo featured in The Daily Beast

Sculptors have relied on some pretty strange materials over the years. But one artist in Miami has gone even further,...
Nicolas Lobo featured in Black Book

Nicolas Lobo featured in Black Book

If you’ve ever wondered what the connection between napalm, Chinese philosophers, and “sexual energy” drinks is, look no further than Nicolas...
Nicolas Lobo Tackles Consumerism at Gallery Diet

Nicolas Lobo Tackles Consumerism at Gallery Diet

M Daily Exhibitions • March 12, 2014  One man’s trash is another’s treasure…or is it? To sort through the seemingly never ending...
Miami on the Move

Miami on the Move

Record attendance figures at Design Miami and a brand – new art museum by Herzog & de Meuron: How has...
Christy Gast and Emmett Moore in Temporary Contemporary: Bass Museum of Art

Christy Gast and Emmett Moore in Temporary Contemporary: Bass Museum of Art

Sculptor and video artist Christy Gast is known for conflating the landscape and the body (often her own) through folk...
Kadar Brock in Haunted Projects

Kadar Brock in Haunted Projects

Kadar Brock’s paintings are full of holes; they are sanded and worn out.  To a point, Brock’s surfaces even seem...
Kadar Brock featured in WUM

Kadar Brock featured in WUM

From January 24th to March 14th, 2014 the Wynwood-base cutting-edge Gallery Diet will be presenting a solo show entitled “scry...
Betty Woodman in The Miami Rail

Betty Woodman in The Miami Rail

Flat or round, round or flat? At times, Betty Woodman seems like Magellan, sailing toward the edge, but sure that...
Bhakti Baxter at NADA Miami Beach

Bhakti Baxter at NADA Miami Beach

Federica Schiavo who represents Bhakti Baxter in Rome will be presenting new works by the artist at this years NADA...
Sarah Trigg: Exploring the rituals of artistic creation

Sarah Trigg: Exploring the rituals of artistic creation

– A giant stuffed polar bear wearing a tutu and blue cone-shaped hat serves as the studio mascot for California...
Toadhouse featured in The Miami Herald

Toadhouse featured in The Miami Herald

The two-toned graphite and off-white oil paintings hanging in Gallery Diet are deceptively simple. The text-based works from Toadhouse, also...
Top 5 Art Galleries in Miami

Top 5 Art Galleries in Miami

Gallery Diet Run by Nina Johnson, who is the go-to person person in Miami’s art world, the Gallery Diet gets...
Nina Johnson-Milewski Talks Rogue Monkeys, The Miami Rail, And Her 10 P.M. Bedtime (MY MIAMI)

Nina Johnson-Milewski Talks Rogue Monkeys, The Miami Rail, And Her 10 P.M. Bedtime (MY MIAMI)

Nina Johnson-Milewski lives the Miami art fairytale. As the owner and director of Gallery Diet — a Wynwood gallery ranked amongst the top...
Allan Graham In Conversation with John Yau

Allan Graham In Conversation with John Yau

Mankind, 2007 7 x 9 ft Oil and graphite on canvas. John Yau (Rail): Allan, where exactly do you and Gloria...
Saber Desconocer (To Know Not To Know) on e-flux

Saber Desconocer (To Know Not To Know) on e-flux

First held in 1940, Colombia’s longest-running and best-known platform for contemporary art, the National Salon of Artists, presents its 43rd...
Nina Johnson-Milewski Featured in Travel & Leisure

Nina Johnson-Milewski Featured in Travel & Leisure

Three Miami insiders offer up their favorite finds Nina Johnson-Milewski, Owner Wynwood’s Gallery Diet “Visiting the Keni Valenti Gallery (kenivalenti.com),...
Annual Gallery Issue 2013: 500 Best Galleries Worldwide.

Annual Gallery Issue 2013: 500 Best Galleries Worldwide.

  Gallery Diet was featured in Modern Painters Magazine’s Annual Gallery issue 2013 as one of the 500 Best Galleries Worldwide....
Emmett Moore Featured in the Avant/Garde Diaries

Emmett Moore Featured in the Avant/Garde Diaries

Emmett Moore is a Miami based designer whose work questions the line between furniture and art, function and design. Interested...
Purple Goo: An Artsy iPhone App Designed to “Destroy Pop Music”

Purple Goo: An Artsy iPhone App Designed to “Destroy Pop Music”

Two years ago, in an interview with the Brooklyn Rail, the well-known performance artist Ulay talked about how the art...
Diet’s cure for the summertime blues

Diet’s cure for the summertime blues

What to do in the summer doldrums to make a little noise, get people out for an art visit? Some...
P. Scott Cunningham Reads Jean Genet

P. Scott Cunningham Reads Jean Genet

On July 10th, poet and Miami Rail contributor P. Scott Cunningham will give a marathon reading of Jean Genet’s What...
Bal Harbour’s second “Unscripted” public art commission debuts

Bal Harbour’s second “Unscripted” public art commission debuts

As the next iteration of its ongoing support for the arts in South Florida, Bal Harbour has unveiled “Self Portrait...
Christy Gast's 'Barefoot Mailman' Featured in Ocean Drive

Christy Gast’s ‘Barefoot Mailman’ Featured in Ocean Drive

This past weekend, artist Christy Gast unveiled her 12-foot, bronzed fiberglass Self Portrait As The Barefoot Mailman sculpture at Bal...
Christy Gast's Self Portrait As the Barefoot Mailman Featured in SouthFlorida.com

Christy Gast’s Self Portrait As the Barefoot Mailman Featured in SouthFlorida.com

Buried headfirst in a bed of flowers and mulch across the street from Bal Harbour Shops is a 12-foot-tall sculpture...
Christy Gast Featured on Artsy Editorial

Christy Gast Featured on Artsy Editorial

Once upon a time—before electronic mail was even a twinkle in a programmer’s eye—correspondence was delivered by heroic means. As...
Christy Gast's Source featured in JAB33

Christy Gast’s Source featured in JAB33

Gast, Christy, Source. Miami: [NAME] Publications, 2012, (name publications.org & christygast.com) 9×6 in, 100 pages, $15. Source, the fifth volume...
Christy Gast's Barefoot Mailman featured in Whitewall

Christy Gast’s Barefoot Mailman featured in Whitewall

Christy Gast’s Barefoot Mailman mentioned in Whitewall’s Spring Art Issue, front of book News section “Expressions”. Download PDF HERE
Nicolas Lobo's Timber, lakes featured in Miami Art Zine

Nicolas Lobo’s Timber, lakes featured in Miami Art Zine

Gallery Diet and artist Nicolas Lobo invited guests to a unique one night only exhibition and experimental version of a...
Nicolas Lobo Featured on Artsy Editorial

Nicolas Lobo Featured on Artsy Editorial

Nicolas Lobo is known to represent immaterial elements in his conceptual work, like sound and radio waves, so it was...
Nicolas Lobos' featured in Flaunt Magazine

Nicolas Lobos’ featured in Flaunt Magazine

Nicolas Lobos’ radio project at de la Cruz collection and publication “Etruscan monochromes” featured in Flaunt Magazine. Ephemeral, yes. Disruptive,...
Emmett Moore featured in House Magazine

Emmett Moore featured in House Magazine

House Magazine, the Design and Interiors Issue, Spring 2913 Emmett Moore By: Shana Beth Mason Photography So-Min Kang “Everything has...
Nicolas Lobo's Timber, lakes Featured on What's Up Miami

Nicolas Lobo’s Timber, lakes Featured on What’s Up Miami

On Thursday, April 11th, 2013 from 6 to 9PM, Gallery Diet will inaugurate a unique one night solo exhibition entitled...
Nina Johnson-Milewski Gives Her Recomendations for Wynwood in New York Magazine

Nina Johnson-Milewski Gives Her Recomendations for Wynwood in New York Magazine

Nina Johnson-Milewski, owner of Wynwood’s Gallery Diet, credits the newly overhauled Emerson Dorsch (151 NW 24th St.; 305-576-1278) with pioneering...
10 Promising Female Gallerists

10 Promising Female Gallerists

A new wave of women art dealers is taking the art world by storm. At New York’s Lower East Side,...
Diamonds, Diamonds featured on Continuing Education

Diamonds, Diamonds featured on Continuing Education

Daniel Feinberg, my favorite art world professional, has curated a group show called Diamonds, Diamonds.  Daniel is an artist, artist...
The Umpire on Site95 by Meaghan Kent

The Umpire on Site95 by Meaghan Kent

Daniel Milewski’s current exhibition at Gallery Diet in Miami is a hybrid of objects that, at first glance, seem somewhat...
George Woodman featured in Eyemazing

George Woodman featured in Eyemazing

The painted photographs of George Woodman are ripe with mental connections, rich evidence of the artist’s talent for noticing, for...
Three Miami Thinkers Take On Beavers At The End Of The World by Nathaniel Sandler featuring Christy Gast

Three Miami Thinkers Take On Beavers At The End Of The World by Nathaniel Sandler featuring Christy Gast

In 1946, a bizarre cargo shipment stopped over at the Pan American Airlines headquarters in Miami. En route to Tierra...
Gallery Diet in Condé Nast Travel

Gallery Diet in Condé Nast Travel

Miami, as a rule, never does anything halfway: The city’s primary areas of interest—the beach, bikinis, unending boozy nights—are unmatched...
The Umpire in the Miami Herald

The Umpire in the Miami Herald

Wynwood’s Gallery Diet unveils The Umpire, a solo exhibition by Daniel Milewski, owner of neighboring Lester’s, with a 6-9 p.m....
The Umpire featured in ArtSlant Miami

The Umpire featured in ArtSlant Miami

Watchlist Artist: Daniel Milewski Gallery Diet is pleased to announce The Umpire, a solo exhibition by Daniel Milewski. This will be Daniel’s...
Miami Art Walks Review

Miami Art Walks Review

The Umpire was on The Examiner’s Art Walk Review of this month. Read the Article HERE
The Umpire in The Miami New Times

The Umpire in The Miami New Times

At Gallery Diet, Daniel Milewski continues exploring life in Miami’s artiest neighborhood in his solo show “Umpire.” The exhibit includes...
Nina Johnson in The Art Newspaper

Nina Johnson in The Art Newspaper

Miami market struggles to take off…but the fun-and-sun capital is starting to see growth in its grassroots scene. By Cristina...
Ohad Meromi: The Working Day ArtForum.com Critic's Pick by Hunter Braithwaite

Ohad Meromi: The Working Day ArtForum.com Critic’s Pick by Hunter Braithwaite

The title of this densely packed exhibition comes from the first volume of Das Kapital, where Marx likens the factory...
Christy Gast in Art Basel Miami Beach Magazine by Brett Sokol

Christy Gast in Art Basel Miami Beach Magazine by Brett Sokol

A Wynwood property turned pop-up exhibition showcases young Miami artists. Download the PDF HERE
Vogue Paris: Art Basel Miami Beach - The Weekend Guide

Vogue Paris: Art Basel Miami Beach – The Weekend Guide

Among the guiding lights of Miami contemporary art is Nina Johnson-Milewski, the gallery owner whose star is on the rise....
Bhakti Baxter in Miami Modern by Rebecca Kleinman and Luis Rigual

Bhakti Baxter in Miami Modern by Rebecca Kleinman and Luis Rigual

Bhakti Baxter is certainly one of Art Basel’s busiest artists with three major projects (and counting) this December. He’s participating...
Young Gallerist Turns Publisher in Ocean Drive by Omar Sommereyns

Young Gallerist Turns Publisher in Ocean Drive by Omar Sommereyns

Inside Nina Johnson-Milewski’s high-ceilinged office behind the exhibition area at Gallery Diet—one of the most avant-garde art spaces in Wynwood—there’s...
The Real (And Really Cool) Gallery Girls of Miami by Leila Brillson on Refinery 29

The Real (And Really Cool) Gallery Girls of Miami by Leila Brillson on Refinery 29

Bravo’s Gallery Girls might be a good source for some drama and a reality TV fix, but for the real...
Ohad Meromi Featured in Modern Painters by Orit Gat

Ohad Meromi Featured in Modern Painters by Orit Gat

The studio is very small. There’s a shelf with Styrofoam models of works in progress, a large plywood sculpture, and...
Surface Tension in Cultured Magazine

Surface Tension in Cultured Magazine

Gallery Diet breaks step from the contemporary art cadre with “Surface Tension,” the first solo exhibition of Miami-based furniture designer...
The Real Gallery Girls of Miami on Miami New Times Cultist

The Real Gallery Girls of Miami on Miami New Times Cultist

No, we aren’t talking about those spoiled twits on the intolerable Bravo series Gallery Girls. In fact, we’d much rather...
Surface Tension in The Miami Herald by Tom Austin

Surface Tension in The Miami Herald by Tom Austin

Galleries are the plankton of the art world — feeding museum shows, auctions and the frenzy of the art market....
Emmett Moore: Surface Tension in Flavor Pill by Falyn Freyman

Emmett Moore: Surface Tension in Flavor Pill by Falyn Freyman

Building on an impressive list of recent achievements, including a hybrid solo exhibition of design and sculpture at Locust Projects...
The 100 Most Iconic Artworks of the Last 5 Years, Clifford Owens #67

The 100 Most Iconic Artworks of the Last 5 Years, Clifford Owens #67

Here it is then, ARTINFO’s “100 Most Iconic Artworks of the Last 5 Years” (to see our illustrated commentary on...
Get Your Art On by Galena Mosovich in The Miami Herald

Get Your Art On by Galena Mosovich in The Miami Herald

You can see what a potent combination smart marketing and high-quality art can be in the Wynwood Arts District and...
Ohad Meromi Featured in Modern Painters Magazine 100 Best Fall Shows

Ohad Meromi Featured in Modern Painters Magazine 100 Best Fall Shows

What follows is a list of fall gallery shows worldwide that we feel should not be missed. Making it onto...
Dreaming of life on Mars in Miami, Daniel Feinberg on Astral Weeks

Dreaming of life on Mars in Miami, Daniel Feinberg on Astral Weeks

Dreaming of life on Mars in Miami, I consider the effects it might have on American painting. Black Gods from...
Christy Gast in Practices Remain: Time Out NY Top Five

Christy Gast in Practices Remain: Time Out NY Top Five

“Practices Remain” at Regina Rex This “roving” show, which began in Miami, aims for the gray area between finished and...
Time to Buy Art is Here with Gallery Diet's Summer Fundraiser

Time to Buy Art is Here with Gallery Diet’s Summer Fundraiser

Read all the details on how to access this fundraiser benefiting Legal Art, Locust Projects, and Site 95 on iamjohnnyboy.com...
ArtSlant Interview: Christy Gast at NADA Hudson by Lori Zimmer

ArtSlant Interview: Christy Gast at NADA Hudson by Lori Zimmer

Miami’s Gallery Diet, directed by Nina Johnson, was one of forty-eight project-participants in this year’s NADA venture in idyllic Hudson,...
The New Yorker: "Practices Remain" with work by Christy Gast at Regina Rex

The New Yorker: “Practices Remain” with work by Christy Gast at Regina Rex

This coöperative gallery, managed by a rotating crew of thirteen, opens its doors to twelve artists based in Miami who...
Review of NADA Hudson on Hyperallergic.com by Claire Breukel

Review of NADA Hudson on Hyperallergic.com by Claire Breukel

A few of the locals intermingled with the art world of New York City and Miami in the huge Barn-like...
The Miami Herald Pick of the Week

The Miami Herald Pick of the Week

Wynwood’s Gallery Diet hosts the second show in a two-part series of exhibitions presented by Art Blog Art Blog. Curated...
Scene and Heard at NADA Hudson

Scene and Heard at NADA Hudson

Neither stormy weather nor the Summer Olympics could deter a curious art crowd from packing the massive Basilica Hudson, a...
Review of Charley Friedman's One Hour Smile on Patheos.com

Review of Charley Friedman’s One Hour Smile on Patheos.com

The most enjoyable part of my work as a museum curator was developing close relationships with artists, giving me privileged...
Société Perrier: Gallery Diet Puts Perception Up For Grabs With 'Astral Weeks'

Société Perrier: Gallery Diet Puts Perception Up For Grabs With ‘Astral Weeks’

It’s the duty of art to challenge its audience, making them look askance at all their preconceptions, so why shouldn’t...
Christy Gast SOURCE Featured in Site95 Newsletter by Meaghan Kent

Christy Gast SOURCE Featured in Site95 Newsletter by Meaghan Kent

The June Journal covers a lot of ground with a single form. As Rebecca Harris writes in “The Idea of...
Review of Christy Gast: Out of Place in The Miami Rail by Amanda Sanfilippo

Review of Christy Gast: Out of Place in The Miami Rail by Amanda Sanfilippo

Out of Place features ten sculptural wall works constructed almost entirely out of burlap. As a distinct shift in practice...
Leave it to Beavers in El Nuevo Herald by Adriana Herrera

Leave it to Beavers in El Nuevo Herald by Adriana Herrera

La vida de las mujeres en diversas prácticas artísticas ADRIANA HERRERA Especial/El Nuevo Herald En medio de los “tiempos líquidos”...
Consider the Beaver on Artinfo.com

Consider the Beaver on Artinfo.com

Modern Painters Daily: Framing contemporary art and culture Seems like 2012 is the year of the all-female art exhibition–with bonus...
Miami's Spring Standouts Artlog.com by Jenifer Mangione Vogt

Miami’s Spring Standouts
Artlog.com by Jenifer Mangione Vogt

Miami’s fuchsia-smudged sky provides the perfect backdrop for the Wynwood Art Walk, which pops up on the second Saturday of...
Knight Arts Blog: Burlap, in all its glorious forms

Knight Arts Blog: Burlap, in all its glorious forms

How can brown, monotone sculptures made from burlap talk to you in such a vivid way? The answer lies in...
Christy Gast: Out of Place on Art is About

Christy Gast: Out of Place on Art is About

Christy Gast has explores the use of burlap as a material and all its spiritual implications in her exhibit Out...
Christy Gast in Flavorpill

Christy Gast in Flavorpill

Sparked by Virginia Woolf’s A Room of One’s Own and Daniel Buren’s manifesto The Function of the Studio, Christy Gast...
Christy Gast in The Miami Herald by Tom Austin

Christy Gast in The Miami Herald by Tom Austin

Across town, at Gallery Diet, Miami-based artist Christy Gast – a veteran of such group shows as MAM’s The Wilderness...
Sun Sentinal: Artist Works from the Outside In

Sun Sentinal: Artist Works from the Outside In

Out of Place,” Christy Gast’s new show at Miami’s Gallery Diet, will feature burlap sculptures made in the artist’s studio....
Nina Johnson-Milewski Interviewed by Nikki Novo

Nina Johnson-Milewski Interviewed by Nikki Novo

The story of how Nina Johnson-Milewski became the owner of one of Wynwood’s most popular and innovative art galleries, Gallery...
Christy Gast in "Practices Remain" Artforum.com Critics' Pick

Christy Gast in “Practices Remain” Artforum.com Critics’ Pick

“Practices Remain” features work by thirteen Miami-based artists who critique the act of artmaking and the finished object, complicating the...
Bhakti Baxter in St. Regis Magazine

Bhakti Baxter in St. Regis Magazine

The 32-year-old Argentinean-American painter defines a rare breed of ever-evolving, working Miami artists who make the rest of the world...
Francesca Woodman in The New York Times

Francesca Woodman
in The New York Times

Francesca Woodman, the photographer who took her own life at 22 in 1981, is as close to a true saint...
The Woodmans ArtForum.com Critics' Pick

The Woodmans ArtForum.com Critics’ Pick

This exhibition presents the prodigious output of the talented Woodman family––parents George and Betty, son Charlie, and daughter Francesca, who...
Richard Höglund Interview in ArtSlant Miami

Richard Höglund Interview in ArtSlant Miami

Richard Höglund is one those young artists you meet, have a beer with, chat about all things impertinent and precious,...
Review of Bhakti Baxter's ROMPELOTAS in Modern Painters Magazine

Review of Bhakti Baxter’s ROMPELOTAS in Modern Painters Magazine

In his late collages, Henri Matisse reached a state of synthesis by, in the artist’s own works, “drawing directly in...
Richard Höglund in The Miami New Times

Richard Höglund in The Miami New Times

Upon opening the door to Richard Höglund’s “Hysterical, Sublime…” show at Gallery Diet on Friday, our first reaction was to...
Fabienne Lasserre in Art Papers

Fabienne Lasserre in Art Papers

The Work Ahead of Us, the second edition of the Quebec Triennial, is a massive act of triage by the...
Richard Höglund Interview on There Is No There

Richard Höglund Interview on There Is No There

Richard Höglund is an American artist. Here, we talk about his new exhibition at Gallery Diet, Hysterical. Sublime., which engages...
Gallery Diet Featured on Miami.Unlike.Net

Gallery Diet Featured on Miami.Unlike.Net

Nestled in the Wynwood District of Miami, you’ll find the contemporary art gallery Diet, that was established in 2007. Since...
Photographs with an Audience (Miami) on MetropolisMag.com

Photographs with an Audience (Miami) on MetropolisMag.com

Better Art for Better Living By Jade Dressler Stand in front of the camera.  Don’t blink. In Clifford Owens’s solo...
Photographs with an Audience (Miami) featured in Beached Miami

Photographs with an Audience (Miami) featured in Beached Miami

Taken from Art Walk Guide: Burning Hand and Flying Shoe by Jordan Melnick Published December 6th, 2011 in Beached Miami...
Bhakti Baxter's Darcey's Law in MAG

Bhakti Baxter’s Darcey’s Law in MAG

Taken from Bhakti Baxter’s Darcey’s Law by Hunter Braithwaite Published December 2011/ January 2012,  Miami Art Guide   Darcy’s Law...
Bhakti Baxter in Ocean Drive

Bhakti Baxter in Ocean Drive

Taken from Artist Bhakti Baxter Breaks Brand by Brett Sokol Published December 2011, Ocean Drive    If you want to...
Christy Gast Featured in Biscayne Times

Christy Gast Featured in Biscayne Times

Take from Going Public by Ann Tschida, BT Arts Editor Published December 2011, Biscayne Times …Someone coming on a tour...
Gallery Diet in The Red Bulletin

Gallery Diet in The Red Bulletin

SWISS HITT The city of vice is now the city of culture, thanks to ART BASEL MIAMI BEACH. In 10...
Photograph's with an Audience (Miami) featured in ArtSlant

Photograph’s with an Audience (Miami) featured in ArtSlant

Taken from After Image by Felecia Chizuko Carlisle Published November 27th, 2011 in ArtSlant   Gallery Diet is a large...
Modern Luxury Miami reveals 2 of Miami's Top 10 Art Savants

Modern Luxury Miami reveals 2 of Miami’s Top 10 Art Savants

Nina Johnson-Milewski and Daniel Milewski interviewed in the December 2011 issue of Modern Luxury Miami magazine. Taken from Art &...
Gallery Diet in NY Times Style Magazine

Gallery Diet in NY Times Style Magazine

The Place | Florida, Part Five TRAVEL by Abby Aguirre November 17, 2011 MIAMI BEATS Miami remains a dance-music town,...
Mayami Son Machin Featured in Arte Al Día International

Mayami Son Machin Featured in Arte Al Día International

Mayami Son Machin, has been reviewed in the August/September/October 2011 issue of Arte Al Día International magazine by Janet Bater.  ...
ROMPELOTAS in Flavorpill

ROMPELOTAS in Flavorpill

A certain vibration — or an affinity for form and elegant motion — runs through local artist Bhakti Baxter’s work....
Gallery Diet and the Wynwood Art Fair, in Biscayne Times

Gallery Diet and the Wynwood Art Fair, in Biscayne Times

Taken from Under the Big Tent by Anne Tschida, BT Arts Editor Published October 2011 Gallery Diet, an anchor gallery...
Clifford Owens Photographs with an Audience in Guernica

Clifford Owens Photographs with an Audience in Guernica

Hunter Braithwaite: A White Void October 7, 2011 Photographer Clifford Owens’s show Photographs with an Audience stands as an antidote to the...
Bhakti Baxter in The NewTimes

Bhakti Baxter in The NewTimes

Taken from Wynwoods’s October 8 art walk has bear Jews and street hookers by Carlos Suarez De Jesus. Published: October 6, 2011...
Gallery Diet featured in The Miami Herald

Gallery Diet featured in The Miami Herald

Taken from South Florida art scene brings blockbuster exhibitions all season long by Beth Dunlop Published: September 27, 2011 in The...
Clifford Owens in The New York Times Fall Preview

Clifford Owens in The New York Times Fall Preview

Taken from Byzantium to the Bronx, a World of Art by Karen Rosenberg Published: September 15th, 2011 in The New...
Critic's Pick in Artforum.com

Critic’s Pick in Artforum.com

Behind the curtain, a lock of hair falling 09.11.11   Author: Hunter Braithwaite 09.01.11-10.01.11 Gallery Diet It is the season...
Behind the curtainIn FlavorPill

Behind the curtain
In FlavorPill

Behind the curtain, a lock of hair falling “Bordering on the outlandish, but not outside the realm of visual intrigue,...
Behind the curtain with Knight Arts

Behind the curtain with Knight Arts

Going behind the curtain at Gallery Diet Published on 02 September 2011 by Anne Tschida in Miami   There are...
Clifford Owens in Artforum 500 Words for June 2011

Clifford Owens in Artforum 500 Words for June 2011

Clifford Owens’s upcoming exhibition at MoMA PS1 comes out of his long-standing interest in what he considers to be underacknowledged histories of...
Mayami Son Machin exhibit featured in Artslant Miami

Mayami Son Machin exhibit featured in Artslant Miami

This exhibition will remain on view through July 23rd, 2011 “I have never laughed in an art show as hard...
A Glimpse Into Miami with Christy Gast and Nina Johnson

A Glimpse Into Miami with Christy Gast and Nina Johnson

Christy Gast and Gallery founder Nina Johnson, are featured in the May edition of THE FRINGE by Kristin Juárez About...
Voyage on Uncanny Seas in Art Papers

Voyage on Uncanny Seas in Art Papers

Voyage on Uncanny Seas, curated by Mark Dion, has been reviewed in the May/June 2011 issue of Art Papers magazine...

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