New Yorker: Practices Remain

This coöperative gallery, managed by a rotating crew of thirteen, opens its doors to twelve artists based in Miami who favor found objects and a process-oriented approach. Consuelo Castaneda embellishes her zigzagging abstraction with rounds of cotton and makeup sponges; Jorge Pantoja paints moody compositions on DVDs; Sinisa Kukee mounts a bulbous black resin sculpture on milk crates. Language enters the picture in works by Christy Gast, who punctures the word “yes” into a piece of burlap, and by Kerry Phillips, who transforms a “ya” she received in a text message into calligraphy. Through Aug. 26.