PRIMARY | MAGNUS SODAMIN

Natology is very happy to announce Magnus Sodamin's Into the Rainbow Vein, a solo exhibition debut presented by PRIMARY - Miami, Fl opening Friday February 7, 2014. One of my most anticipated shows of the year, Into the Rainbow Vein will bring viewers into a place where universal rhythms are captured within the hypnotic swirls of Sodamin's palette. Joining two of my most esteemed creative entities, this exhibition brings Sodamin's larger-than-life paintings to the grand walls of PRIMARY's new project space in Downtown Miami.

Opening Reception : Friday, February 7th, 2014 | 6 – 10 PM
Exhibition Duration : February 7 – March 23, 2014

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Sodamin’s paintings place the viewer directly into the cross-section of the rainbow – the vein the rainbow – illustrating a trip that would even impress the likes of Timothy Leary. Revealing the macro and microcosms that, in the outside world, appear only faintly in plain sight, for Sodamin, this exhibit underscores society’s universal relationship with art and nature, and the never-ending drive to explore it.Magnus Sodamin is a multidisciplinary artist currently living and working in Miami, Florida. Sodamin trained at Nansenskolen (Nansen Academy) in Lillehammer, Norway and received his BFA from the New World School of the Arts, Miami in 2012. His work has been featured in group exhibitions throughout Lillehammer and Miami, including Cisneros-Fontanals Art Foundation (CIFO), the Margulies Collection, Lotus House Women’s Shelter, and PRIMARY.

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PRIMARY is a multidisciplinary project space in Downtown Miami, at the heart of the Miami World Center, that explores and promotes multiple forms of aesthetic expression from established and emerging artists. Utilizing extensive and wholly specific experience in producing public and private curatorial endeavors, the creative forces behind PRIMARY unite the commercial and critical efforts of artists, curators, critics, professionals and patrons. The result is the vital presence of an intelligent, alternative arts environment with a bold urban sensibility delivered through a diverse range of media.

Regular Hours: Tuesday – Friday 10 AM – 6 PM and Saturdays – Noon – 5 PM