Regina Jose Galindo
Joshua Ray Stephens
Gert & Uwe Tobias
An all-media group exhibition taking place in a medical office normally assisting lower income residents. The exhibition serves as the revivifying antidote and rejuvenating outpost for beleaguered viewers of the predictable offerings on hand in South Beach. Curated By David Hunt.
Curated By David Hunt
Produced by Cottelston Advisors / Michael Sellinger
M*A*S*H is an all-media group exhibition taking place in a medical office normally assisting lower income residents. The term MASH, or Mobile Army Surgical Hospital, refers to any military medical unit serving as a fully functional hospital in a combat area. In December, Art Basel Miami Beach ('ABMB') invades Miami and becomes the combat zone of art world operations, while M*A*S*H -- the exhibition - serves as the revivifying antidote and rejuvenating outpost for beleaguered viewers of the predictable offerings on hand in South Beach.
The original MASH units were designed as a faster, more efficient alternative to the system of portable hospitals used during World War II . M*A*S*H, the show produced by David Hunt and Michael Sellinger, is conceived as a quick and nimble snapshot of the emerging contemporary market absent at ABMB's slow-moving, hierarchical juggernaut.
Artists: Patrick Armacost, Sandra Bermudez, Kadar Brock, Nicole Cherubini, Gordon Cheung, Sam Clagnas, Regina Jose Galindo, Jose Guinto, Tommy Hartung, Liz Laser, Navin Norling, Ryan O'Connor, Ted O'Sullivan, Tracey Snelling, Erica Svec, The 62 w/ Joshua Ray Stephens, Gert & Uwe Tobias, Panos Tsagaris, Zachary Wollard, Darius Yektai, and Carlo Zanni.
David Hunt is a critic, curator and advisor living in New York City. Recent shows include: "Mutiny," at the Happy Lion Gallery, Los Angeles, "Scarecrow," at Postmasters Gallery, NY, and "Le Desert de Retz," at Massimo Audiello, Inc., NY.
Michael Sellinger created Cottelston Advisors to provide art advisory services to individual and corporate clients. Recent shows produced include: "Gorgeous Gallery" with W Magazine at Jaguar and "Goldsmiths: MFA 2007 Survey" at White Box. Previously, he was the executive producer of Scope Art Fairs.
Image: Gordon Cheung, Machine Dreams, 2003
For more information, please contact: Michael Sellinger, 917-514-7007, firstname.lastname@example.org
VIP reception: Thursday, December 7 th , 8pm-12am
General Reception: Sat December 9 th , 8pm-12am
3800 North Miami Avenue - Miami