Second Saturday Art Walk Guide: October's Best Gallery Shows

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Wynwood Talks

Billed as an "exhibition/video experience," this ongoing project will offer Second Saturday crawlers a chance to express their views on each of the four gallery exhibits by local artists with the filmed footage posted monthly on a website documenting the response of the public. Opening shows feature work by Diana Paz, Good Manya, One Zero & Threz, and boasts work exploring typography, passion, patterns and the rewards of making the world better say organizers.

Studio Wynwood, 2750 NW Third Avenue, Suite #9, Miami. Call 305-804-4081 or visit

Clang Boom Steam

Girl-conceived and boy-powered, this brawny group show flexes muscular works produced by male artists who are current University of Miami students, alums or professors. On view you'll discover works in diverse media including video, installation, silk screen, painting, and sculpture by Remy Bordas, Ryan Farrell, Eddy A. López, Ralph Provisero, Colin Sherrell and Kyle Trowbridge. Curated by Milly Cardoso, who worked for the Miami Art Museum before taking the reins of the University of Miami Art Gallery in The Wynwood Building, the show focuses on the state of masculinity in the contemporary art world, she says.

University of Miami Gallery at the Wynwood Building, 2750 NW Third Ave., Suite 4, Miami.

Memory of Linear and Broken Boundaries

Geometric abstraction and an exploration of line and texture is the engine powering this group exhibit featuring works by Cristina Barroso, Andres Ferrandis, Gian Garofalo, Gregory Johnston, Erik Sommer and Lisa C. Soto. Fluctuating keenly in style and approach, the works on view at the fresh-squeezed Tub Gallery space have been crafted from media as disparate as automotive enamel, Mylar, and aluminum panels, says Miguel Fernandez, the gallery director. Fernandez adds that participating talent each display a mastery of luminous color and polished finish in their pieces. Tub Gallery, by the way, was inspired by the death of Jean-Paul Marat, a political theorist and writer during the French Revolution who was murdered in his bathtub.

Tub Gallery, 171, NW 23rd Street, Miami. Call 305-573-0610 or visit

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