News & Exhibitions
Ciudades: Etra Fine Art’s Art Basel Exhibition Explores Cities as Symbols of Sacrifices and Selfishness
(ARTFIXdaily.com) Etra Fine Art is pleased to announce its Art Basel Miami/Miami Art Week exhibition, Ciudades. This multimedia exhibition will be made up of paintings, music, an installation, sculptures, photography, videos, poetry and essays. Etra Fine Art will hold an Opening Reception for Ciudades from 12:00 – 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, December 1, 2019 and have special hours during Art Basel.…
2501 Featured in Juxtapoz Magazine
Fans of Italian-born 2501’s uniquely sophisticated, calligraphic urban art will be delighted to know he was recently featured in an interview with Juxtapoz Magazine. In the feature he discusses his approach to murals, his devotion to reclaiming urban blight, and his roots in graffiti. Check out the article here, and visit 2501’s artist page.
Christian Awe’s “Beyond the Palettes” Opens in Tokyo
Fans of Christian Awe’s vibrant, street-art infused work will be delighted to see that his newest exhibition, “Beyond the Palettes”, opened this past week at Sezon Gallery in Tokyo. Above is the invitation if you find yourself in Japan soon! Check out more on Awe’s artist page.
Bruce McQuiston Featured in the Miami Herald
Fans of the streamlined, modern wood sculptures of Bruce McQuiston should find a lot to like about his other craft, handmade motorcycles. His Miami Moto Studio was recently featured in the Miami Herald, detailing how McQuiston arrived at his unique pursuit, the attention and love that goes into each project, and his lifelong appreciation for…
Fernando Varela opens “Obras Recientes” in the Dominican Republic
We’re excited to share this video of Fernando Varela’s recent opening, “Obras Recientes”, at Galeria ASR Contemporaneo in the Dominican Republic. Watch below: Be sure to check out Varela’s artist page.
Blu Smith Featured on Huffington Post
More great press for Blu Smith, one of our favorite new artists. This time, Smith’s been profiled in a wonderful feature over at the Huffington Post. “The focus is not on masking anything, it’s about trying to bring forward the work that you have done over the years and how it’s developed into what it…
Blu Smith Named “Artist to Watch” at JustLuxe
The fine folks at JustLuxe have written up an interview with Blu Smith, one of our artists who works out of Vancouver Island. In it, they name him a “Fine Artist to Watch” and praise his “stunning abstract collections that are vibrant, entrancing and ultimately personal.” “With abstract painting, I can break rules and use…
New Acquisitions: Fernando Varela
Etra Fine Art continues its run of striking new acquisitions with several pieces from Santo Domingo artist Fernando Varela. Varela has been working on his abstract compositions for years, recently embracing a more collage-focused aesthetic conjoined with his signature theme of “Forma y Vacio”, or “Form and Vacancy”. Varela’s paintings and collages jump off the…
New Acquisitions: Diego Santanelli
New to Etra Fine Art, come get lost in the loose, landscape-inspired abstract works of Italian-born, Miami-based painter Diego Santanelli. Based on a personal mythos regarding a personal spiritual awakening, the works have titles like “Apocalypse Zero” that clues viewers in on the drama unfolding within his abstract forms. Santanelli was recently interviewed in ArtDistricts…
New Acquisitions: Pamela Marks
There’s more exciting news here at Etra Fine Art, namely, new paintings by the talented Pamela Marks. Marks’ distinct, hard-edged abstract style is a joy to behold and a welcome addition to the gallery. Academic but not sterile, playful but not simplified, the compositions that Marks arrives with using video compositing are always engaging and…