The Gesamtkunstwerk Projektraum is a flexible space created to host work free from the constraints of the competitive art environment. Exhibitions at the Projektraum are designed to be unique and site specific, thereby offering a singular platform for the artists on view.
Since it's inception in 2012 the Projektraum has featured a variety of emerging and mid career artists curated by Francisco De La Torre of Butter Gallery. Notable guest curators include Anthony Spinello and Tami Katz - Freiman.
A magnetic Shelter by Jeffrey Noble and presented by Francisco De La Torre of Butter Gallery at the Projektraum on 2017. This series of paintings highlight the overlooked esoteric languages of the street. Noble creates a mythology surrounding the reappearing symbology of manhole covers.
Detroit based artist Scott Northrup at the Gesamtkunstwerk Projektraum, during Miami Art Week 2013. The solo exhibit by Northrup in the Projektraum was part of "Mi Casa Es Su Casa / Miami Welcomes Detroit" presented by Butter Gallery and South Florida Ford.
In the Projektraum, Dominguez brings the intimacy of her sketchbook drawings out into the gallery space and making it accessible to the viewer through a series of individually framed drawings.
Curated by Francisco De La Torre for the Gesamtkunstwerk Projektraum.
Colombian born Alejandro Franco at the Gesamtkunstwerk Projektraum in 2013. The exhibit titled "Urban Resemblance" explored the intricacies of household electronics and their resemblance to the urban landscape through the use of photographs and installations.
Presented by Spinello Projects and curated by Tami Katz - Freiman the exhibit titled "You make me sick I love you" by Miami based artist Antonia Wright took over the entire Gesamtkunstwerk building in 2014. The multi room exhibit included Spinelllo Projects, Butter Gallery and the Gesamtkunstwerk Projektraum.
The site specific installation by brasilian artist Yuri Tuma at the Gesamtkunstwerk Projektraum titled "Departure" was part of an exhibit by the artist at Butter Gallery in 2015.