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"The Incubator" - Locust Projects' New Alternative Art Initiative

Founded by artists for artists in 1998, Locust Projects is Miami’s longest-running nonprofit alternative art space. They produce, present, and nurture ambitious and experimental new art and the exchange of ideas through commissioned exhibitions and projects, artist residencies, summer art intensives for teens, and public programs on contemporary art and curatorial practice.


NOW SHOWING:


HOW TO: Oh, look at me, is the fourth in a yearlong focus of projects featuring

women artists in the Main Gallery. GeoVanna Gonzalez’s new large-scale installation deepens the artist’s commitment to creating provocative, participatory social spaces within institutional settings.


Also on view isDisembodied, a new exhibition of videos by seven women artists guest curated by Dennis Scholl featuring Cara Despain, Julie Fliegenspan, Alexa Lim Haas, Jillian Mayer, Nicole Salcedo, Lorna Simpson and Siena Stubbs.


GeoVanna Gonzalez Process. Photo by Pulp Arts 3

GeoVanna Gonzalez, Image by Juan Luis Matos

Julie Fliegenspan. Still from PLUR, Courtesy of the artist


MORE ON LOCUST PROJECTS

Founded by artists for artists in 1998, Locust Projects is Miami’s longest-running nonprofit alternative art space. We produce, present, and nurture ambitious and experimental new art and the exchange of ideas through commissioned exhibitions and projects, artist residencies, summer art intensives for teens, and public programs on contemporary art and curatorial practice. As a leading incubator of new art and ideas, Locust Projects emphasizes boundary-pushing creative endeavors, risk-taking, and experimentation by local, national, and international artists. We invest in South Florida’s arts community by providing artists with project grants and empower creative careers by supporting the administrative work of being an artist through an onsite artist resource hub and access to pro bono legal services.


By ML Staff. Images courtesy of Locust Projects