Supermodel Cindy Taylor presents Fashion TV’s Experience Tour 12/2/10

Thursday | Dec. 2nd | 8pm
1421 South Miami Avenue | Brickell | Miami, FL | 33131

Supermodel Cindy Taylor
along with Fashion TV’s international models
“Fashion Experience Tour 2010 – MIAMI”

*Happy Hour & Dinner @ Segafredo Brickell*
*Exclusive Fashion Show @ Spazio Nero*
*LIVE Photo Shoot & Coverage by FTV*

-reservations highly suggested-
Space is limited due to high demand.
Reservations are strongly recommended.

For dinner/couches at Segafredo contact 305.577.9809.
For tables/bottles at Spazio Nero contact 786.363.8571.

@SegafredoBrkl | @SpazioNero |

Fountain Art Exhibition New Times Party 12/4/10

Fountain Art Exhibition – New Times Party
2505 N. Miami Ave at the corner of 25th St., Miami, FL

Sat. Dec. 4
$10 cover: also gets you in all weekend

New Times Event Homegrown Stone Groove Art Basel Edition 11/30/10

Tues. Nov 30, 10-midnight
The Vagabond
30 NE 14th Street
Miami, FL
Free w/New Times Mention

New Times and The Vagabond team up to bring you a night of music, art and fun just in time to kick-off Art Basel!

Hosted by MC Marcus Blake, Rod Deal and the Stone Groove Family

Poets. Musicians. Thought Provokers.

Doors open at 10 pm.

$4 Sam Adams Draft. $5 Jameson.

Live performances by 3rd Party. Raffa Jo Harris. Community Property. Richard Harvey. And more!

GAB Studio presents Artist 12/2-5/10

GAB Studio presents: Artist
During Art Basel weekend in Miami. December 2 – 5, 2010
12:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m
GAB Studio
105 Northwest 23rd Street
Miami, FL 33127

A Special Jazz Night on December 4th,7pm- 12am
featuring Shira with Double J and the Legendary DJ George

GAB Studio shows a collection of varied emerging artists who aspire to make our visitors understand the relationship between an artist and his or her medium. The group consists of painters, photographers, mixed media and graffiti writers. GAB Studio will draw your attention on an international level.

Our artists will present some of the finest work you will see outside of the Convention Center. The gallery will have its eccentric group of artists on hand to take the time to talk to visitors and show their thought processes behind their art and their medium. Some of the artists will be painting live murals throughout the city and will let you come and watch the process of art while it is happening.

The artists participating in our show will be: Alex Yanes (painter), Ross Ford (painter), Bridges Aderhold (photographer), Greg Pitts (painter), Alan Stewart (mixed media), Carlos Alves (mixed media), Jaime Adrover (painter), Lorie Setton (painter), Cp1 (graffiti), Brian Buzzella (painter), James Brutus (painter), and Ian Swain (painter).

Expect eye-catching visual artwork on the outside of the building. GAB Studio has graffiti murals that have been painted by local graffiti writers and will have 30 ft. tall balls of joy.
We look forward to hosting visitors to our great city and art lovers from around the world.
GAB Studio will be open from December 2 – 5, 2010 during Art Basel weekend from 12:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m. If you would like more info you can visit

For more information about local openings and events, please visit

Las Caras Perdidas The Lost Faces Art Basel Miami 12/3-4/10

Las Caras Perdidas: The Lost Faces Art Basel Miami:
December 3 – 4, 2010, 7:00 pm -1:00 a.m.
Carousel Studios
3700 NE 1st Court
Miami, FL 33137

Paisley Dee is a photographer out of Miami, FL. She is having a solo-show during Art Basel exhibiting her work “Las Caras Perdidas: The Lost Faces” , which features images of the indigenous and local people from her travels throughout South America.

At the same location, local designer Hassan Pierre with WISB* is having a Pop-Up Shop featuring his all organic and sustainable eco-friendly line of luxurious women’s ready to wear clothing.

Walgreens Book Signing Party Featuring Former Miami Beach Mayor Alex Daoud 12/4/10

Walgreens Book Signing Party Featuring Former Miami Beach Mayor Alex Daoud
December 4, 2010, 11am-3pm
Walgreens 501 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
501 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida


Miami Beach, FL /November 29, 2010 -Alex Daoud, three-time mayor of Miami Beach will sign copies of his controversial expose, “Sins of South Beach” at Florida’s largest, newly opened Walgreens at 501 Collins Avenue in Miami Beach on December 4th from 11-3 p.m. The event is free, open to the public, and will feature music and food.

“An astonishing exposé on Miami Beach by one of the city’s most beloved mayors,” says New York Times best-selling author Steven Gaines. “The revelations are stunning-sex, corruption, police misconduct, villains and heroes.”

“Sins of South Beach” is Alex Daoud’s portrait of the city he led for three terms as mayor during the anything-goes ’80s – when “cocaine cowboys” slaughtered each other in bloody drug wars and refugees from the Mariel Boatlift, many released by Fidel Castro from his worst jails and insane asylums, terrorized the predominately elderly Jewish population of Miami Beach. It’s the story of a city’s renaissance and the crime and corruption, which fueled it. Daoud was a driving force behind the rebirth of the city.

“Sins of South Beach” has been acquired for cinematic release by Cinepro Pictures. The movie will be produced by internationally renowned filmmaker Philippe Martinez. His credits include over 30 films including Modigliani starring Andy Garcia. The world premier of the movie will be in South Beach.

“Sins of South Beach” is now available at the seven Walgreens conveniently located throughout Miami Beach. On December 4th the public will get to meet the charismatic former mayor turned author and purchase autographed copies of his book that will soon be a major motion picture.

Double Vision 12/2-3/10

Double Vision
December 2-3, 11am-7pm
Gansevoort South Beach

Sharing Stories, Themes, and Style—Presented by Refinery29, Art+Culture Editions and Starbucks
Featuring emerging artists, including Poppy de Villeneuve, Leslie Shows, Amelia Bauer, Brion Nuda Rosch, Kava Gorna, Tina Tyrell and Brent Steen, Double Vision spotlights the intersection of stories, themes, and distinctive styles represented by some of the art world’s most exciting innovators. This uncommon show will mirror the Surrealist game of Exquisite Corpse, with the works connecting for a moment and then carrying on their own thoughts, all to be united in their incongruities by a few select elements. As the name implies, the works—individually and collectively—emit a somewhat surreal quality that has the viewer squinting for a clearer view of the presentation, inspiring lots of double-takes. Further accentuating the method and meaning of shipping—sending a message or story from one place to another—all of Double Vision’s works will be presented on shipping crates.