MIAMI—The opening of “Alone Together,” the new exhibit at the Rubell Family Collection, coincided with Art Basel Miami Beach.
According to the collection, the show “explores a paradox: artists often work in isolation in their studios, but they are almost always seen and defined in relation to a greater whole. Whether it is called a movement, a moment, a school, a group, or an -ism, this greater whole—defined by artists, critics, historians, museums, galleries, collectors, art institutions, and pure chance—creates a community for the artwork that often lives beyond the life of the artist.
“Alone Together” features 31 artists and is on view from Dec. 5, 2012 to Aug. 2, 2013.
See more work on view at the Rubell Family Collection here.
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“Power and Country,” 2007-10 (oil on canvas, tritych) by Zhu Jinshi.
Detail of “Power and Country” (triptych) by Zhu Jinshi.
“First Check,” 2012 (oil and alkyd on canvas) by Nate Lowman.
In foreground, “Just Kidding,” 2004 (multimedia installation, ceramic, glass, hair, iron and wood) by Andro Wekua; In background, “Black Sea Surver,” 2004 (installation in 7 parts: 3 collages, colored pencil, pencil and felt pen on paper, and 4 velour fabrics) by Andro Wekua.
“Untitled,” 2010 (braided straw, ropes and beads) by Maria Nepomuceno.
Detail of “Too Young to Die” by Yoshitomo Nara.
From left, “Too Young to Die” and “Little Ramona,” both 2001 (acrylic on cotton mounted on fiber reinforced plastics) by Yoshitomo Nara.