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Interview for Zadok's curator Ms. Bernice Steinbaum

The Luxury Real Estate magazine 9fi5th has highlighted Zadok Gallery in their Fall/Winter 2013 Issue with an interview with our stellar curator, Bernice Steinbaum. 
"Art should be accessible to everyone, no matter what their price range is," said Zadok Gallery curator Bernice Steinbaum during a recent interview. Her philosophy shines through the 17,000 square-foot space located in hip Wynwood, where several exhibitions a month rotate every two months to give you something fresh and new on a regular basis. Currently on display is 20 Shades of Grey, a collection by 20 artists between the ages of 70and 95. Yes, you read that right. "What this show is really about is paying homage to those people who have worked in this town before all the art fairs came in and before every artist thought they should earn $1million," said Steinbaum. "They were passionate about making their mark." Another tidbit of interest comes in the form of the Zadok exhibit entitled Reclaimed Miami, in which local artists use recycled materials to create their objects d'art.
Prices for the various works on display range from $400 to$120,000 and encompass a collection with a heavy focus on new media, video and digital art as well as performance and recycled art. "One has to not be so focused to lose track of what's happening in the world and how technology is part of our everyday lives," said Steinbaum.
Steinbaum has been in the business for over three decades and with five MacArthur Genius Grant awardees and her roster of artists and a Lifetime Achievement Award from the College Art Association to her name, certainly knows how to choose her visual interests.
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Zadok Gallery in Wynwood Art District, Miami
With limitless beauty as a backdrop, Zadok frequently holds events within the space, to "expose people to an environment where they can see Art," be that during their wedding ceremony or a family function. Steinbaum talked about retirement only a year ago, and luckily she didn't stick to it. We'd guess that her treasured roster of artists and loyal clientele are fairly happy that she joined Zadok Gallery, just a few blocks down from her previous space.
The exhibitions mentioned in this article have since closed, but we invite you to visit the gallery to see Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons'Songs of Freedom and Ghost of a Dream's Collapse of Promise, closing November1st. Zadok Gallery | 2534 North Miami Avenue | Miami | FL | 33127