Miami Project 2014 12/2/14-12/7/14

Miami Project
miamiprojectTuesday, December 2nd, 5:30pm – 10pm
Wednesday, December 3rd, 10am – 7pm
Thursday, December 4th, 10am – 7pm
Friday, December 5th, 10am – 8pm
Saturday, December 6th, 10am – 7pm
Sunday, December 7th, 10am – 6pm
NE 34th Street and NE 1st Avenue
Miami, FL 33137
One Day Ticket – $25
Multi-Day Pass – $35
VIP Preview Ticket – $35
VIP Preview Ticket and Multi-Day Pass – $50
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November 1 2, 201 4 – Brooklyn, NY – Art Market Productions is excited to announce the third edition of Miami Project, returning to Miami’s Midtown Art District from December 2 – 7, 201 4. Located in the Miami Project Pavilion on NE 34th Street & NE 1 st Avenue, Miami Project will again bring the best in contemporary and modern art from sixty-seven of the country’s top galleries to the heart of the Wynwood design district. We are thrilled to continue working with a significant number of our 201 2 and 201 3 dealers and to welcome new, exciting additions to the fair.

Miami Project has once again emerged as a platform for museum quality work presented by dealers who have defined excellence in the art market for decades. Alongside our continued commitment to mid-career and emerging artists, we will feature exceptional pieces by modernist masters. First time Miami Project dealer Lennon, Weinberg will show major works on paper by Joan Mitchell. DC Moore Gallery will present historical work by Milton Avery, Romare Bearden, and Charles Burchfield, and Tibor de Nagy will exhibit important work by Jane Freilicher and Fairfield Porter. Bridging modern and contemporary, Catharine Clark Gallery will present a survey of work by Masami Teraoka from 1 967 to today, including the debut of the artist’s early minimalist work on paper. Pavel Zoubok Gallery will feature work by two very contemporary artists, with a fresh-from-the-studio Mark Wagner currency collage and new sculpture by Vanessa German. Deborah Butterfield is creating new sculpture, including two full-scale horses welded from found metal, for this year’s Miami Project to be presented in a solo exhibition with the Greg Kucera Gallery. We look forward to giving our fair-goers the opportunity to experience the avant-garde of the 20th century shown beside the vanguard of today.

As always, Miami Project’s cultural partners are an essential component of our art fair programming. We are honored to continue our collaboration with an excellent group of institutions and arts organizations. With several new cultural partners joining Miami Project this year, the fair’s third iteration stands to be the most creative and compelling to date. We are pleased to announce that 1 stdibs, the industry’s leading online platform for commerce

and connoisseurship, will sponsor Miami Project’s VIP Preview on Tuesday, December 2nd from 5:30-10:00 pm, joining sponsors The Wall Street Journal and Perrier in helping us create an exciting and extremely visible event for Miami’s arts community. Drawing on their market knowledge, the success of their previous fairs, and their network of national resources and advisors, Art Market Productions’ founders Max Fishko and Jeffrey Wainhause are thrilled to continue contributing to the artistic dialog of Miami, providing the public with an elegantly curated and thoughtfully produced presentation of the country’s best art. Both principals look forward to welcoming back active collectors and igniting interest in new patrons.

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