Gallery Diet announces move to new 5,000 sq. foot gallery compound designed by Charlap Hyman & Herrero

Gallery Diet announces its new permanent home, a four-building compound located at 6315 Northwest 2nd Avenue between Little Haiti and Little River. Designed by New York firm Charlap Hyman & Herrero, the new space will accommodate the gallery’s growth and continue its mission of presenting exhibitions by an international mix of contemporary artists and designers. On November 6, opening the new space will be a solo exhibition of gallery artist Nicolas Lobo. Lobo, who also has a solo exhibition at the PĂ©rez Art Museum Miami, will continue his investigation of the porous boundary between the body and the chemical makeup of consumer objects. The objects on display will speak to the mutable economies connecting the human form to the art object. In the courtyard garden will be Trees in Oolite, the gallery’s first exhibition of outdoor furniture, lighting, and design objects.

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