The Portfolio Review Series is a platform for our community to engage with local artists in Miami. In this second edition, we feature artists from Laundromat Art Space (LAS), a 100% artist-run studio, exhibition space and collective which focuses on the development of local artists and provides innovative curatorial opportunities and artistic programming to the community.
Founded in 2015 by alumni from the ArtCenter/South Florida (now Oolite Arts), Bakehouse Art Complex, and Wynwood Arts District, LAS makes its home in a reclaimed laundromat located in the neighborhood of Little Haiti in Miami. The 4,500-sq-ft space houses ten artist studios and a gallery. LAS holds contemporary art exhibitions showcasing local and national work. Resident artists have the unique opportunity to be part of an environment which fosters collaboration between multidisciplinary creatives.
Exhibition and curatorial strategy are overseen by Laundromat’s core team. In addition to in-house curation, resident artists are invited to propose shows. LAS also actively invites guest curators and encourages collaborations with independent curators and artist-run spaces, via resident artist connections and/or via solicited open calls for proposals. Learn more
Friday, May 3rd, 2019 | 7 – 10 pm
Juan Henriquez | Christin Mignotte | Erin Parish
Donna Ruff | Ronald Sanchez | Lisu Vega
Join us and partake in conversations on their working processes and references, past and future projects, ideas, and further beyond what is seen in the gallery. This is an excellent opportunity to network and encourage other collaborations over a good glass of wine.