NADA Miami Beach 2014
The Artist's Studio

The Hole NYC, ‘ARTIST STUDIO’, NADA Miami Beach, 2014

NADA Miami Beach

The Artist’s Studio

Kasper Sonne

Matthew Stone

Evan Robarts

Gabriel Pionkowski

Rose Eken

Holton Rower

Booth: 2.60

December 4th – 7th, 2014

The Deauville Beach Resort
6701 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33141

The Hole is proud to participate in NADA Miami Beach for the fourth year, presenting works by Kasper Sonne, Matthew Stone, Evan Robarts and many more in a thematic booth project about the transformation of the artist’s studio.

In this “post-studio” moment we find many artists no longer occupy the traditional painter’s studio, with buckets of brushes poking about, a crusty palette table, the smell of turpentine and linseed oil with an assortment of inspirational materials pinned up to the walls. Studios visits today might encompass a laptop on a kitchen table, a loom, a kiln, a spray booth; chewing on the end of a brush while perched on a paint covered stool suddenly feels very vintage.

Nonetheless, we find that many of the artworks today–including new directions in abstraction–are about painting and about the concerns that create such a traditional studio experience, though the works are no longer made in the same way. Our booth will juxtapose these seemingly contradictory approaches.

Kasper Sonne, TXC 90, 2014, The Hole NYC

Kasper Sonne, “TXC 90”, 2014, Industrial paint and chemicals on canvas in aluminum frame, 70 x 95 inches, 177.8 x 241.3 cm

Matthew Stone, “Voluptuous Charge”, 2014, Digital print on acrylic with custom frame, 39.37 x 27.56 inches, 100 x 70 cm

Gabriel Pionkowski, 2014, The Hole NYC

Gabriel Pionkowski, 2014, The Hole NYC


Holton Rower, 2aa4k_950, 2014, The Hole NYC

Holton Rower, “2aa4k”, 2014, Acrylic on plywood, 32 x 19.5 x .75 inches, 81.3 x 49.5 x 1.9 cm

Evan Robarts, 2014, The Hole NYC

Evan Robarts, “Saint Anne”, 2014, Chain link fence and balls, 73 x 38 inches, 185.4 x 96.5 cm