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GENERAL IDEA Great AIDS (Pyrolle Orange) 1990/2019

GENERAL IDEA
Great AIDS (Pyrolle Orange)
1990/2019
Acrylic on linen
59 by 59 in. 150 by 150 cm.

KARL HAENDEL Lion 10 2020

KARL HAENDEL
Lion 10
2020
Pencil and ink on paper
51 1/2 by 89 in. 130.8 by 226.1 cm.

CHRIS JOHANSON  Energy Burst (Yellow)  2018

CHRIS JOHANSON

Energy Burst (Yellow)

2018

Acrylic and house paint on paper

48 5/16 by 60 in.  122.7 by 152.4 cm.

POPE.L Unca Levert 1998

POPE.L
Unca Levert
1998
10 Bottles of Wild Irish Rose, pair ofsandals and photocopy on backing boardon wooden shelf
12 by 48 by 6 in. 30.5 by 121.9 by 15.2 cm.

JACOLBY SATTERWHITE I Will Never Go Back 2020

JACOLBY SATTERWHITE
I Will Never Go Back
2020
Neon, unique
10 1/2 by 70 by 2 1/4 in. 26.7 by 177.8 by5.7 cm.

Press Release

Mitchell-Innes & Nash in Miami
Miami Design Destrict
119 NE 41ST ST, Miami, Florida 33137

Mitchell-Innes & Nash is pleased to announce a new temporary exhibition space in Miami, Florida, opening November 27th and continuing through January 2021 where we will be presenting a series of exhibitions featuring new and historic work by gallery artists. The inaugural show will be a four-person exhibition with work by Gerasimos Floratos, Eddie Martinez, Pope.L and Brent Wadden. Additionally, we will have works on view in our second-floor viewing room by Sadie Benning, Monica Bonvicini, Sarah Braman, Keltie Ferris, General Idea, Nancy Graves, Karl Haendel, Chris Johanson, Annette Lemieux, Jacolby Satterwhite, Julian Stanczak and Paul Winstanley.

Mitchell-Innes & Nash will be situated within the Miami Design District, just down the street from the Institute of Contemporary Art Miami and the de la Cruz Collection. Exhibitions will be free and open to the public, with opening hours from Wednesday to Saturday, noon to 7 pm, on Sundays from noon to 5 pm and by appointment. To make an appointment, please email Gabriel Kilongo (gabriel@miandn.com). Mitchell-Innes & Nash will follow local safety guidelines to protect visitors against the spread of COVID-19, including requirements for social distancing, face masks, limited capacity and frequent disinfecting.

Lucy Mitchell-Innes comments: “We are excited to return to Miami this winter as we have done since the inaugural year of Art Basel Miami Beach, and to engage with the vibrant arts community, curators and artists and collectors – all of whom have told us how eager they are to view art in a gallery setting as opposed to virtual viewing rooms.”