Voss Gallery at SCOPE Art Show in Miami Beach
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Voss Gallery is participating in the 20th Anniversary Edition of SCOPE Art Show in Miami Beach, November 30 - December 5, 2021.

MIAMI BEACH, Fla. - eMusicWire -- For its inaugural fair debut (Booth #E013), Voss Gallery is featuring 13 figurative paintings by The Tracy Piper and over 15 spray can sculptures and functional artworks by Gale Hart.

As a women-owned gallery, highlighting work by two female-identifying artists on an international stage among 140 exhibitors is monumental. When only *37% of gallery-represented artists are female, Voss Gallery's presence represents a progressive curation that encourages collectors to invest in women in the arts.

The Tracy Piper and Gale Hart are at the forefront of the New Contemporary, a genre that stands as a critical contribution to both global politics and local community engagement, leading the charge of a cultural shift in the art market. Piper's illustrative work at SCOPE disrupts social constructs by focusing on inclusivity and representation of women from a female perspective, continuing the artist's legacy of art activism. Hart's latest work merges her technical mastery of sculpture and contortionist's command of industrial materials with a Pop Art palette of contemporary street symbology to examine identity, impermanence, shapeshifting and myth-making in American culture.

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SCOPE opens with a Platinum First View on Tuesday, November 30th, 12-4PM followed by a VIP & Press Preview, 4-8PM. General Admission is December 1-5th, 11AM-8PM. An "Art World Mother" panel discussion with The Tracy Piper will be hosted by the fair's executive director and CFO, Kelley Ndoye on Saturday, Dec. 4th, 1-2PM. Additional programming and ticket information is available on SCOPE's website.

More info: https://vossgallery.art/pages/scope-art-show

"There have been female artists since the dawn of time, but let's not kid ourselves on the deep cultural bias and gender divide that continues to command the art market. Art has always been at the forefront of commentary and change in society. By featuring women, or any underrepresented artist, we advance a new narrative for future generations. The mere act of having a seat at the table sets an example for what comes next."—The Tracy Piper

"It's time to prop up bad girl artists, bad boys have dominated for far too long."—Gale Hart

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