Bhakti Baxter is represented by Frederica Schiavo Gallery in Rome, Italy.
Born in Miami, 1979. Lives and works in Miami
BFA, The New World School of the Arts
Selected Solo Exhibitions
Duvertan Deus: a portrait of another Miami, Light & Wire Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Occupied, Federica Schiavo Gallery, Rome, Italy
After Certain Amounts of Breath, Bravin Lee programs, New York, NY
INFLORESCENCE, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, Florida
INTROSPECTIVE, Emmanuel Perrotin Gallery, Paris, France
Eclipse, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, Florida
An intelligible sphere whose center is everywhere and circumference is nowhere, Museum of Contemporary Art. North Miami, Florida
Selected Group Exhibitions
Hard Poems In Space, Gallery Diet and NDS, Miami, Florida
Mayami Son Machin, curated by Proyectos Ultravioleta at Gallery Diet, Miami Florida
At Capacity, Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami, Florida
Sight Specific, Ft Lauderdale Museum of Art, Florida
Bhakti Baxter, Daniel Milewski, Marcos Valella, Gallery Diet, Miami, Florida
Why Were You Born?, Charest Weinberg Gallery, Miami, Florida
Bubble Raft, Dorsch Gallery, Miami, Florida
The Perseids, The Custer Observatory, Long Island, New York
BREAKFAST, a collaboration with Jay Hines, Little Haiti, Miami, Florida
Theme, Twenty Twenty Projects, Miami, Florida
The Collabo Show, Little Haiti, Miami, FLorida
Spit-polishing a starless night/outer space, Charest Weinberg gallery, Miami, Florida
Sunset Survival and First Aid Kit, Twenty Twenty Projects, Miami, Florida
REUNION, Fireplace Project, The Hamptons, New York
Undertow, Mimar Sinan Guzan University, Istanbul, Turkey
Recent Paintings, Twenty Twenty Projects, Miami, Florida
CONFLUENCE, Fredric Snizer Gallery, Miami, Florida
IKF LATIN AMERICAN ART AUCTION, Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation, Miami, FL
NATIVE SEEDS Lincoln Road Art Center, Miami, FL
Co Operate, the Bas Fisher invitational, Miami, Florida
No Walls, Placemaker Gallery, Miami, Florida
Miami Nice, Emmanuel Perrotin Gallery, Paris, France
Nepotism, Ft Lauderdale Art museum, Florida
Ten times the space between night and day, Guild and Greyskul, New York, NY
Lock Stock and Barrel, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, Florida
Ever, Placemaker, Miami, FL
Made in Miami, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL
meta-, The House, Miami, Florida
Selections from globe>Miami>island. Curated by Robert Chambers
Museum of Contemporary Art, Washington, DC.
Miami in Manhattan, Wooster Projects, Chelsea, New York.
Cause Root Origin, The House, Miami, Florida.
globe>Miami<island. Curated by Robert Chambers. Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach, Florida.
The House at MoCA. Curated by Bonnie Clearwater, Martin Oppel, Tao Rey, and Bhakti Baxter
Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, Florida
Not a Commodity. Art Center, Miami Beach, Florida
A Beginning and No End. Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, Florida
U.1.B. The House Gallery, Miami, Florida
Reality. The Manhattan, Miami, Florida
Relative Size, the Order in Chaos and other insights about you. Greendoor Gallery, Miami, Florida
Nature has all the time in the world. Birth of a Vision. Departing Perspectives, Miami, Florida
Entelechy. Pamberi Studios, Hollywood, Florida
Nature told me so. Studio 1003, Miami, Florida
Steal Roots. Pamberi Studios, Hollywood, Florida
Mousse Magazine, volume 26, diary (17), 2010
Arltlurker, Blog, http://www.artlurker.com/2009/07/the-collabo-show/
Adriana Herrera, Ficciones Postmodernas en Miami, El Nuevo Herald.
New York Art Beat, After Certain Amounts of Breath, http://www.nyartbeat.com/event/2009/F8BE
Artlurker, Blog, http://www.artlurker.com/2008/06/miami-artist-bhakti-baxter-in-le-salon-des-beaux-bains/
Clemence, Paul and Davidow, Julie. Miami Contemporary Artists, 2007. Pgs. 30-31
Triff, Alfredo. Drawing Comparisons, The SunPost. January 25, 2007. Arts. Pg. 31
Triff, Alfredo. Physical Graffiti, Miami New Times. October 28th 2004. Arts. Pg. 58.
Einspruch, Franklin. Snitzer re-loads. Street Magazine. June 11th 2004.
Turner, Elisa. This is hotel art like you’ve never seen before. Miami Herald. December 1st 2003. Living and Arts. Pg. 3E
Turner, Elisa. A portrait of nature’s elegance and intricacy. Miami Herald. November 5th 2003. Living and Arts. Pg. 1E
Kaplan, Steven. Miami on the Brink. www.miamiartexchange.com. January 2003
Ocaña, Damarys. Math time. Street Magazine. October 25-31 2002
Best Bets. City Link Magazine. September 28 2002
Coxhead, Gabriel. Globe>Miami<Island. Contemporary. March 2002. Pg. 92
Morgan, Anne. Beyond Post Modernism: The Spiritual in Contemporary Art. Art Papers. Jan/Feb 2002. Vol. 26.1. Pg. 32
Espinosa, Eugenio. The House. Art Nexus. January 2002. #43 / Vol. 1. Pg. 138
Harper, Paula. Report From Miami. Hothouse Artists. Art in America. December 2001. Pg. 51
Turner, Elisa Holidays deliver flourish of Varied Art. Miami Herald. December 22nd 2001. Living and Arts. Pg. 6E
Ocaña, Damarys. House party. Street Magazine. September 14th 2001. Pg. 47
Wallach, Amei. In Miami, a Hot Spot of Art, the Temperature is Rising.
The New York Times. September 13th 2001. Arts and Leisure. Section 2
Turner, Elisa. Young artists find temporary home at ‘The House at Mica’. Miami Herald. September 9th 2001. Living and Arts. Pg. 8M.
Triff, Alfredo. In the House. Miami New Times. August 30-September 5 2001. Pg. 50
Triff, Alfredo. Down and Hip in Miami. Miami New Times. March 15-21 2001. Pg. 56