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March 3rd - April 1st, 2023

1680 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach

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ABR Contemporary is excited to open Horizon Line, a group show bringing together works by 19 artists. The portrayal of landscape serves as a device that allows the artist to divulge a more profound truth. While landscape is traditionally understood through painting, Horizon Line extends its focus to other media including photography, drawing, print, and sculpture.


Richard Mosse’s The Gravity of Numbers, with its pink-hued mountains tinged with a cerulean blue sky, belong to the artist’s Infra series. In this acclaimed body of work, Mosse re-purposes outdated military surveillance film to document the ongoing civil war in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. In Kate Bickmore’s As a Body Hers Was Perfection, flora are brought starkly to the foreground, rendered in hyper-detail and naturalistic color. The orchids of Kate’s painting are situated within dense tropics, their haze able to be made out in the background. Meanwhile, Philip Pearlstein’s two watercolors in Horizon Line include Alpine Village (Switzerland, Soldiers Skiing), dating from 1945 and from Pearlstein’s time serving in the U.S. Army during World War II. An exceedingly rare historical work by the esteemed American artist, two soldiers don skis, while two elderly villagers stroll by with snow-capped peaks in the distance.

Exhibiting Artists:

Dan Attoe
Kate Bickmore
Betty Brown
Deborah Brown
Rafael Domenech
Sam Creasey
László von Dohnányi

Sam Finkelstein
Aaron Ford

Christopher Huff
Raffi Kalenderian
José Manuel Mecías

Anthony Miler
Richard Mosse
Paulina Nolte
Philip Pearlstein

Alejandro Piñeiro Bello

Kyle Staver
Jonas Wood




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