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ZENITHSLUTS (in silver) a gravitywell, 2014 Acrylic Mirror and Red Oak,
86 x 45 x 2.5 in.
Santa Barbara Bendita Eres Tu Chango, 2015
Acrylic on Canvas
36 x 48 in.
Four Dimensions, 2015
Oil on Canvas
34 x 44 in.
Sinisa Kukec received his Diploma of Fine Arts in 1996 from the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Canada and his MFA from Alfred University, Alfred, New York in 2001. Recent solo exhibitions include VITRUVIANSLUTS, Spinello Projects, VOLTA, New York,NY, (2015) ZENITHSLUTS, Spinello Projects, Miami, FL (2015), MAKE BELIEVE IT IS NOTHING, Spinello Projects, Art Los Angeles Contemporary, Los Angeles, CA (2014), LOVE LIKE THE UNIVERSE, Spinello Projects, Miami, FL (2013), FROM VOID TO VOID, Redux Contemporary Art Center, Charleston, SC, AND YET ANOTHER WAYWARD LANDSCAPE, Arts and Culture Center of Hollywood, Hollywood, FL (2010). Recent group exhibitions include, Florida Contemporary, Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, FL (2014), Gravitywell, Art Basel Miami Beach, Spinello Projects, Miami, FL (2013), New Work Miami, Museum of Art Miami (PAMM), Miami, FL (2013), Selected Loop, L'HOSTE Art Contemporain, 7 rue de l'Hoste, ARLES, France (2013) , Practices Remain, Regina Rex, Queens, New york, (2012). In 2001, Kukec was awarded a fellowship from the Evelyn Shapiro Foundation for a year-long residency to the Clay Studio in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In 2013, Kukec collaborated with scientist Dr. Andrew Baker for Curious Vault: 001 at the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science, Miami, FL. Kukec was born in 1970 in Zagreb, Croatia. He lives and works in Miami, FL.
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Jeffrey Millett is a multidisciplinary artist whose work expands from painting to prototypes, challenging the status quo of specific fields under his investigation. The root of his work finds its foundation in an intensely driven, methodical, analytical process covering the social, economic and political landscapes within urban cities. Currently, his economic research uses public data of specific hedge fund positions to produce tangible, data-driven physical structures and drawings. Taking his own calculated risk, Millett has developed numerous investing strategies, trading options and equities in the stock market. These have become a lucrative venture, and long term benefit to his financial analysis and research, putting his own conceptual thesis at play for real consequences.