Rubber Stamp art projects is an artist run space whose objective is to promote the work of emerging and mid career artists in the United States and abroad. Its 1,300sqft exhibition space in the upcoming Allapattah district in Miami is dedicated to providing contemporary visual artists the possibility of getting exposure in this vibrant city. Rubber Stamp art projects also serves as a liaison between Latin America and the United States, as well as a hub for educational initiatives that support the local community and contribute to the inflow of art into the local art scene.
Rubber Stamp was founded in 2012 by two Miami-based artists: Laura Villarreal and Isabel Brinck.
Laura, born in Mexico, is a visual artist residing in Miami. She has studies at the University of North Carolina, New York City’s SVA and Art Students’ League, Miami’s 1156 Studio and holds a Master’s Degree in Analysis and Management of Contemporary Art from the University of Barcelona. She is co-founder of Rubber Stamp art projects.
Isabel, born in Chile, is a visual artist residing in Miami. She graduated in Graphic Design from the Universidad de Chile and later studied art at Studio 1156 in Miami. She is co-founder of Rubber Stamp art projects.