Fountain Art Fair
Thursday, December 6, 12 â€“ 5pm: VIP/Press Preview
Friday, December 7, 12 â€“ 7pm: Open to the public
7pm â€“ midnight: Opening Night Reception
midnight â€“ 5am: Creamhotel Party at Cafeina
Saturday, December 8, 12 â€“ 7pm: Open to the public
7pm â€“ midnight: Miami New Times event
Sunday, December 9, 12 â€“ 5pm: Open to the public
2505 N. Miami Ave
Miami, Florida, 33137
VIP Pass $45.00 ($55 at the door)
Weekend Pass $13.00 ($15 at the door)
Friday Pass $8.00 ($10 at the door)
Saturday Pass $8.00 ($10 at the door)
Sunday Pass $8.00 ($10 at the door)
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Returning to Miami for its 7th year, Fountain Art Fair announces an extensive lineup of unique, alternative, exciting art projects and performance art events. With more than 35 exhibitors from around the world, the 2012 art fair will provide a visual display of installation heavy artworks, a spectacle for art enthusiasts to enjoy.
The group of exhibiting galleries and artists include: Broadway Gallery, Creamhotel, Gallery DEN, Davis Art Services, Solo(s) Project House, Kaboose Gallery, Republic Worldwide, EMP Gallery, Gallery 4, Rush Arts Gallery, Amanda Hudson, The Parlour Bushwick, Peteâ€™s Fingers, Saturated Threads, iArt-4 Collective, Front Room Gallery, McCaig-Welles Gallery, Danni Rash, Lindsay Carron, Sue Zola, Asan Gallery, Working Method, Grace Exhibition Space, Sarah Trouche, Martha Raioli, McCaig-Welles, The Marketplace, Living Walls, Yes Gallery, Firma NYC, The Murder Lounge.
To celebrate Fountain Miamiâ€™s largest exhibition to date, we are thrilled to host Jpatt of the Knocks! The Knocks garnered notoriety for their singles â€œDancing With The DJâ€ and â€œBrightside.â€ This summer, The Knocks opened for Dragonette on their American/Canadian tour as well as playing Jay-Zâ€™s Made In America Festival, Firefly Music Festival, Electric Forrest, and Camp Bisco. Fountain also will feature Brooklynâ€™s hottest music sensation Tiki Disco at Saturday nightâ€™s Miami New Times Event. As described by Vice Magazine, â€œTiki Disco isnâ€™t a disco party or an event sponsored by some shitty brand of booze that you wouldnâ€™t drink unless it was free. Itâ€™s a bunch of ragers dancing, and doing it without the forced-fun vibe thatâ€™s attached to many organized parties.â€
Fountain Art Fair Miami transforms a 25,000 square foot warehouse with concrete floors and 16 foot ceilings into an interactive space inspiring art enthusiasts. Fountain creates a dynamic environment that is far from traditional boundaries and old fashion art fair layouts, where visitors are not mere observers, but become part of the community and participate in the unforgettable experience that is Fountain.
Since it was founded in 2006, Fountain has built a following as a tool of leverage, a support system for smaller independent galleries, collectives and artists desiring access to a larger audience of collectors and critics. The project has received critical acclaim for its uniquely alternative art fair model and genuine dedication to the artists and galleries who both share in and help to shape its vision and ideology. To further support its exhibitors, Fountain is now producing Fountain Sessions, a series of videos by directors team Uta Levan that will continue throughout the year.
Fountain has grown to represent over 60 international avant garde galleries and projects, showcasing progressive primary-market works in New York, Miami, Chicago and Los Angeles; a destination where visitors are guaranteed to discover the best of whatâ€™s fresh, exciting and cutting edge in all areas of artistic expression. This event is well on its way to becoming the premiere next-generation art fair and has proved to be an incubator for art.If you love Soul Of Miami, please consider leaving a testimonial.
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