Tuesday, May 31, 2011


Photography by Mathew Reamer

Friday, May 27, 2011


Drawings by Andy Rementer

Thursday, May 26, 2011


Danger Beach - Apache

Apache from oneedo on Vimeo.

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

products of prohibition

Prohibition has always been a historic interest of mine.  I find the hypocrisy of society and the those who take advantage of it, very interesting.  Yesterday I took a day off from the gallery to do some free-diving, fishing, and all around salt life exploring with some good buddies of mine.

We first visited a shipwreck right of the shores of South Beach called "Half Moon".  Half Moon was the name of a ship that was anchored of the coast of Miami during prohibition times as a drinking and gambling saloon.  The Half Moon capsized and ran a ground in the 60's and began to sink.  Today, a perfect skeleton remains of the ship covered in coral.  This would be the first stop in the days adventure, next stop Stiltsville.
The view of Miami Beach from the Half Moon site.
Stiltsville is located about a mile off the South end of Key Biscayne.  It was literally a town, a mile off the coast of Miami in the middle of the Bay which is only accessible by boat.  At its prime, it was said to have 20 houses or structures but after decades of Hurricanes and government intervention, Stiltsville now only has 5 or 6 remaining structures standing.  Stiltsville is now owned by the government and is protected as a historical site.  Stiltsville was rumored to be the creation of Al Capone, who developed the area after he could no longer have casinos and brothels with in Miami city limits.  So Al Capone built a small town 1 mile off the coast of Miami, which was no longer with in the city limits and out of the jurisdiction of law enforcement, to cater to the immense demand for alcohol consumption and prostitution.  Stiltsville was home to some legendary social clubs including The Quaterdeck Club and the Calvert Club.
I feel that we are very close to the political climate that existed during the prohibition era.  More and more of our freedoms are being taken from us by those who denounce certain elements in public while indulging in those same elements in private (Tea Partiers/ Tea Baggers).  This is the same sentiment that I find interesting in the government acceptance, realization, and protection of things once considered a societal faux pas.
No matter what your political view are, Stiltsville is a must see in Miami and a unique part of Miami's history and culture.

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

superstudio architectural group

Collage Works by Superstudio

tel aviv

Paintings by Ella Amitay Sadovsky

Monday, May 23, 2011

ink low

Don't cry over spilt milk.... This is what 160,000 pounds of spiltprinter ink looks like. 

blocks on blocks on blocks

Wood Sculptures by Shawn Smith

san poggio

Paintings by San Poggio

beat and the pulse

Austra - Beat and the Pulse

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

train spotting

Paintings by Jessica Hess

Monday, May 9, 2011



Sonni -Let's Play

Sonni - Let's Play
a solo exhibition by Adrian Sonni

opening reception Saturday, May 14th, 2011
7pm- 11pm

cocktails courtesey of BACARDI
refreshments also provided by PERRIER

Primary Projects
4141 NE 2nd AVE
suite 104
Miami, FL 33137

Friday, May 6, 2011

money talks

Thursday, May 5, 2011

all in the family

Paintings by David Lyle