Exhibitor listing
Tranter-Sinni Gallery
350 NW 29 ST
Miami, Florida 33127
United States
T  305-849-7999
E-mail address : info@tranter-sinnigallery.com
Website : http://www.tranter-sinnigallery.com

Other Artists represented by the Gallery:

  • Tali Almog

    Tali Almog

    Biography : Spend five minutes with Tali and you are seduced and inspired by her sincerity, beauty, and soulful warmth. View her artwork and you will know instantly why this exotic Israeli is one of the most respected and sought after young artists. Her positive outlook on life was birthed by the social constraints and her humble beginnings in Tel Aviv. Here is where she started painting at the age of ten. The first time she picked up a paint brush, she knew her talent was ingrained in her since birth. She studied art and history in Tel Aviv, then moved to New York City for a few years. Tali then moved to Los Angeles where she studied privately for four years under a professor, at the Bezalel Academy of Art.

  • Rafael Barrios

    Rafael Barrios

    Biography : A Venezuelan born in 1947 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, US. He studied Fine Arts in Canada, the United States, and Venezuela. His artistic trajectory dates back to a very early age. He took drawing and painting at the Museo de Bellas Artes in Caracas, Venezuela, achieving his first recognition with the award "National Youth Painting" in 1963. Upon completing his basic studies in Venezuela and Canada, he received a scholarship from J. Walter Thompson International to attend the Ontario College of Art in Toronto, Canada, graduating with honors in "Pure Art" and "Communication and Design". He received a scholarship from New York University (US) to attend its Graduate Program for "Fine Arts" and "Monumental Sculpture Techniques". He was granted several national and international awards: "The Sculpture Award", Ernesto Avellán Exhibition; the McLean Foundation Scholarship, the highest award offered by the Ontario College of Art, Canada; the "Excelentísima Diputado Pronvicial de la Frontera" Decoration, for his Monumental Sculpture titled "Tercer Horizonte", to commemorate 500 years of America's Discovery, in Palos de la Frontera, Huelva, Spain; "Second Prize" at the Sofia Imber Caracas Contemporary Museum's Biennial of Visual Arts, in Venezuela; the "Conferry Award", First Sculpture Biennial, Francisco Narváez Contemporary Art Museum, Margarita Island, Venezuela; "Artist of the Year '95", Etiqueta Magazine, Caracas, Venezuela; Decoration by Carupano Township, in Sucre State, Venezuela. Throughout his carreer as an artist, Rafael Barrios has worked as Art Director for UNESCO; as Creative Consultant for "Latin Touch" cinematographic creations; as Stage Designer for Chris Von Wangenheim in Vogue and Esquire magazines, in New York, US. He was a Professor of Three-Dimensional and Advertising",at the Neumann Design Foundation, in Caracas, Venezuela; Stage Designer for "DanzaHoy"'s presentation in Expo-Sevilla, Spain; and Stage Designer for Hervé Leger in his "Carrouselle du

  • Rafael Barrios

    Rafael Barrios

  • Claudia Chanhoi

    Claudia Chanhoi

  • Takefumi Hori

    Takefumi Hori

    Biography : Takefumi Hori was born in 1978 in Tokyo, Japan where he also later studied Japanese calligraphy. After moving to New York in 2004, he started work on his abstract paintings with acrylic on canvas. Since 2009, Takefumi has been making his gold abstract paintings. He currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.

  • Canal-Cheong Jagerroos

    Canal-Cheong Jagerroos

    Biography : Canal Cheong-Jagerroos (b.1968) is a Chinese contemporary visual artist who grew up in an artistic family in Macau. She lives and works between Helsinki, Nice and Berlin. Canal has since lived and worked for 25 years in numerous countries from Asia to Europe and Africa before settling with her family in Finland. The unique experience of having lived in such culturally diverse cities and countries, namely; Hong Kong, Shanghai, France, Switzerland, Italy, Africa and Finland has influenced her work greatly. Therefore, whether as consciously or subconsciously, these exceptional cultural experiences have shaped Canal’s later works. Canal has discovered that walking the line between the east and west, facing different cultures, can be both constructive and destructive, but always inspirational. Canal is the co-founder of the ongoing art project ‘Blue and Red’ which will be showing in numerous museums in China and Finland from 2018 - 2020. Exhibition : 2017 LA Art Show, Los Angeles, USA 2017 Art Palm Beach, Florida, USA 2017 Art Boca Raton, Florida, USA 2017 Artist In Residency, Beijing, China 2017 'Waking / 苏醒' Solo Exhibition, Being 3 Gallery, Beijing, China 2017 China-Italy Biennale, Shenzhen, China 2017 Dalian Contemporary Art Fair, Dalian, Liaodong Peninsula, China 2017 Art Southampton, NY, USA 2017 Finlayson Art Centre, B&RAP, Finland 2017 Tai Yuan Art Museum, Art Shanxi, China 2017 ICFF Miami Art and Design, Miami, USA 2017 Basel Art Center, B&RAP, Basel, Switzerland 2017 Art Miami Aqua, Miami, USA 2018 Xian Art Museum, Xian, B&RAP, China 2018 Tang Bo Art Museum, B&RAP, Xian, China 2018 Salo Art Museum, B&RAP, Finland 2019 Jyvaskyla Art Museum, B&RAP, Finland 2019 Chengdu Art Museum-Blue Roof, B&RAP, Chengdu, China 2019 Joensuu Art Museum, B&RAP, Finland 2020 Rovaniemi / Korundi Art Museum, B&RAP, Finland Solo and Selected Exhibitions: 2016 Scope Miami, Miami, USA 2016 Solo Exhibition 'Eternal Love' Tranter-Sinni Gallery, Miami, Florida, USA 2016 Spectrum Miami, Miami, USA 2016 Scope Basel, Basel, Switzerland 2016 Art Palm Beach Miami, Florida, USA 2016 Art Boca Raton / Boca Raton Museum of Art, Florida, USA 2016 Solo Exhibition 'Pure Affection II' Galeria de Arte, Estoril, Portugal 2016 ArtExpos NY, New York, USA 2016 縁. 市川市館, Chiba, Japan Curatorial Exhibition Program, Helsinki, Finland 2015 Fade In! Fade Out! 2015 Under the Surface 2015 Half – Truth 2015 11 Dimension 2015 Graduated Students of Art School Helsinki 2015 Spectrum Miami, USA 2015 MAG Montreux Art Fair, Switzerland 2014 Solo exhibition ’Pure Affection’ Rui Cunha Foundation, Macao, China 2014 Solo exhibition ’Infinity’ A_C Gallery Helsinki, Finland 2013 55th Venice Biennale Art Exhibition ’Time.Space.Existence’, Venice, Italy 2013 Gumbostrand Konst & Form Contemporary Art Auction, Finland 2013 Solo exhibition ’Royaume des Saisons’ Gal Detailed Description :
    Canal grew up in Macau, China, in a family steeped in traditional Chinese art. Her current painting series Noah’s Ark and her latest work Eternal Love will be featured in this upcoming exhibit with Tranter-Sinni Gallery located in the world-renowned Museo Vault Building in the heart of the Wynwood Arts District. The exhibition opens November 11th and runs through November 29th, 2016. In 1992, Canal began working in Chinese freehand style brush-strokes on her pattern paintings, inspired by the works of Chinese ancient abstract great master Bada Shenren’s (1626—1705) and with the influence of her mentor Laozi (530 BC), a contemporary of Confucius during the 5th century BCE. All of this influenced Canal’s focus shift to Chinese ancient symbols combined with modern daily elements to extract a dreamlike world. Along the creative path, she has tried numerous creative approaches, both fleetingly and for longer periods, in her exploration of the nature of the material and immaterial realm. She is often confronted and challenged by positive and negative elements, their resolutions being ultimately manifested in the interplay of novel harmonious expressions. In the process of this exploration, the idea of utopianism started to emerge as she was overlapping layers and layers of her paintings with Xuan paper on the canvas to depict different dimensions overlapping one another. She was fascinated by the different layers of Xuan paper and how the paper texture can create dots and lines and harmonize all elements. She has found that persistence and dedication are the basic elements in art. She has also learned that it is essential to be true to oneself, to keep the heart open, and to never give in.
  • Canal Cheong Jagerroos

    Canal Cheong Jagerroos

  • Hui Chi Lee

    Hui Chi Lee

  • Simone Monney

    Simone Monney

    Detailed Description :
    This artpiece is printed on Plexiglas/Diabond with aluminium framing at the back for hanging. It is part of the «free spirit» collection. In this new series, Simone uses her graphic design background and creates a mix of painting and photographic insert. This artpiece illustrates, in a humoristic way, the delicate political situation between big nations. Mythical cartoon figures and cult symbols of big cities are used to support an incredibly diversified range of colors and techniques. All in that she adds a little touch of humor and irony.
  • P-A Sandström

    P-A Sandström


Mona Tranter   
Grace Gil   
Established in 2009, Tranter-Sinni Gallery is a secondary market gallery specializing in work by Modern, post-war and contemporary European and North American artists.
The gallery provides an intimate space for exhibitions of art and sculpture, with a strong reputation for historically focused exhibitions that have an excellent impact both critically and on the secondary market. Serving an international clientele, we aim to work closely with private collections, estates, foundations and other institutions to promote the highest quality, most significant and valuable art fo r our collectors.