Artscape Lab


United States

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7255 NE 4th Avenue, Suite 113

Florida 33138 Miami

United States

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Mobile Ph. : 3059793855


Georgina Chumaceiro   ()

Enrique Castillo   ()


Artscape Lab is an innovative gallery space in Miami that specializes, curates and provides an art platform for outdoor and site-specific needs, focusing mainly on sculptural and tri-dimensional works with a broad selection of renowned mid-career and established artists, seeking commissions that occur outside the confines of walls. As such, it is a contemporary art space committed to offering works of art that will enhance any private or public garden space: terraces, patios, pools, outdoor walls as well as large-scale commissioned art in public spaces and outdoor projects.

We work directly with our clients along with artists, architects and designers to enable works of art and outdoor spaces to join forces that find relaxing and uplifting solutions for spatial needs. We aim to provide a clean horizon where nature and art blend without competing, becoming an extension of the building structure in a natural setting.

Our goal is to offer and stimulate connections with public and private entities by researching and promoting a broad variety of works. Furthermore, through our location in the emerging cultural area of Little River in Miami, Artscape Lab provides an ideal environment for artists to showcase their work through small, medium and large-scale sculpture and bi-tri dimensional installations. Our competitive expertise helps our clients find the optimal solution for their outdoor spaces, an innovative concept that broadens the relation between collector and gallerist, providing curated solutions for architects, designers and art lovers from all walks of life.

Exhibiting Artists

Other Represented Artists

  • Carlos Estevez

  • Pablo Guzman

  • Julio Le Parc

  • Ricardo Cardenas

    Biography : Ricardo Cardenas (b. Medellín, Colombia, 1966) His interest in art started at a very early age when he was only 5 years old. He studied arts at ‘Instituto de Bellas Artes’ in Medellín. Cardenas is also a Civil Engineer and holds Master's Degree in Manufacturing Engineering from the University of Massachusetts. While his engineering background has been fundamental for the development of his work, his inspiration is nature which he interprets with abstract elements and forms.

  • Carlos Cruz Diez  (+)

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  • Juan Garaizabal

    Biography : He has accrued international renown for his monumental public sculptures. His "Urban Memories", structures intertwining sculpture and illumination, are a recuperation of long-lost architectural elements occupying vacant, historically significant sites. The lost landmarks are depicted at both their original sites and sizes. A truly versatile artist, Garaizabal’s multifaceted work encompasses drawings, sculpture, light and acoustical installations, video art, and engraving. Originally a conceptual artist, as a sculptor a large part of his preparatory and final work has been done by hand, using such techniques as forging, carpentry, electricity, plasticity, and masonry - all skills acquired through time and experimentation. As of 2008, his main studio is in Berlin, Germany, although he maintains another in Madrid, Spain and in Miami US. Well known, American art historian and critic, Barbara Rose has published a monographic book about his work that was presented in Chicago’s Art Fair in September 2016. They have also collaborated in projects such as "La Memorial del Giordano" at the 55t edition of the Venice Biennial.

  • Ahmed Gomez

  • John Henry

    Biography : John Henry’s monumental-scale sculptures have appeared in city plazas and public spaces across the Unites States since he first began working at this scale in the 1960s. A forerunner of Chicago’s contemporary public art scene, John Henry’s work has been highly visible in public collections ever since. His return to working at the monumental scale in the 1990’s led to a strong interest in his work in the international arena. The appeal of John’s work is not simple aesthetic. His massive sculptures confront the surroundings at a scale that completes with the man-made environment and nature’s wonders. One attraction of sculpture at the scale is the work’s ability to transcend environmental challenges and cultural barriers. Reacting to forms within our personal landscape is a shared human experience. Whether John Henry’s work is installed within the ancient walls of the twelfth-century chapel in Italy or a metropolitan park in contemporary China, he design a perfectly adapted form that awaits the human encounter. He has managed to create sculptures that become virtual monuments in their respective settings, so much a part of the viewer’s everyday lives that the Works develop pinto meeting places, points of reference, and actual icons for the cities in which they reside. The sculpture becomes and integral part of the communities visual lexicon and if removed, as in the case of Jaguar in Vancouver, the city protests that essential part of the landscape is now absent.

  • Rivas - Wloch