Emerson Dorsch was mentioned in Fodor’s Art Lovers Guide to Miami. Robert Chamber’s exhibition SEREPENS: Serenoa repens was pictured in the article as well. Read more about this exhibition here. An exhibition catalog of SEREPENS is available here.
“Several top-notch galleries—Emerson-Dorsch, Nina Johnson, Mindy Solomon Gallery, Pan American Art Projects—have moved from Wynwood to the neighborhoods of Little Haiti and Little River, so it’s no wonder the up-and-coming areas are being referred to as the “new Wynwood.” The area continues to expand, especially in Allapattah. There’s a slightly stronger commitment to preserving cultural integrity here through the support of the Little Haiti Cultural Complex and other hyper-local initiatives. Visit Laundromat Art Space, an artist collective with working studios and exhibitions influenced by the surrounding neighborhood, and stop by Yo Space to experience what the founder calls “Miami’s creative ecosystem.”
Image: Installation view of Robert Chamber’s SEREPENS Serenoa repens at AIRIE Nest Gallery. Copyright Steven Brooke Studios, 2018.
Read more about Robert Chambers here.