“Things that once have been conjoined must remain ever afterwards.” -J. G. Frazer
MIAMI, FL—Mindy Solomon Gallery presents Ghost Hands by Linda Lopez in the gallery’s Project Space. An opening reception with the artists will take place Saturday, September 24th, from 7-9pm. The exhibition will remain on view through October 22nd. Mindy Solomon Gallery is located at 8397 NE 2nd Avenue, Miami, in Little River. Linda Lopez’s ceramics bring new life and energy to traditional media. Exploration, investigation, and spontaneity are the hallmarks of their individual practices.
Ghost Hands explores the persistent presence of the absent. These observations of indefinable moments reflect not the beginning or the end of a relationship, but the abstracted instance of connectivity. These pieces search for the unseen thread that connects people and things that once shared an intangible moment. In this realm, logic is lost, objects are personified, perception is ever-changing, and things become their true selves.