DWNTWN Arts Fair 9/12/15 – 9/13/15

Life Is Art in partnership with Buskerfest, YO Miami, Kondoit, Indiegals, Celebrate Diversity Miami, Eat Your Poem, and Elwoods GastroPub Present
DWNTWN Arts Fair
Part of DWNTWN Art Days

DwntwnArtsFairFlyer4September 12 – 13, 2015
Saturday 12:00pm – 10:00pm,
Sunday 12:00pm – 8:00pm
NE 3rd Avenue between NE 1st and 2nd StreetDowntown Miami, FL
The show is free and open to the public.
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A family-friendly street fest filled with art, music, crafts, and performance, the Dwntwn Arts Fair is truly a cultural showcase that everyone will enjoy. Brought to you by a team of grassroots organizations with strong ties throughout our local community, our goal is to foster the growth of all the different artistic elements that make up our city’s culture.

* An art exhibition of local artists curated by Life Is Art.
* Live music and performances organized by Buskerfest.
* Local urban artists and live painting showcase by YOMiami & Kondoit.
* Photo-voice activities by Celebrate Diversity Miami.
* Social-issues brainstorming meal with FoodSpark: Miami.
* Pop-up Artisanal Tienda of arts & handcrafted works by Indiegals.
* Pop-Up Poetry Station with Eat Your Poem.
* A skyscape installation by Elwoods Gastro Pub.
* Massages by Freshly Squeezed
* Food and drink specials by local participating restaurants.

At the Buskerfest stages:
Matthew Sabatella and the Rambling String Band
GPS Quintet
Funky Serve Bots
Pocket of Lollipops
Celestial and Liam Brien
Gypsy Cat Band
Bows and Ties

At the Life Is Art booths:
Geno Jaramillo
Virginia Hanley
Chris Costa
Glenda Ramos
Amanda Madrigal
Jovan Karlo Villalba
Kristen D Borrego
Midalia Rosales
Nancy Campos
Star Trauth
Gary Fonseca
Christovedo Art
Jackie Colome
Arboleya-Moreno Art
Ana Rossi
At the YOMiami booths:
Rei Ramirez (live painting)
Teepop (live painting)
Jessica Schnur (display)
Claudia Labianca (live painting).

Miami Herald
Downtown Development Authority
Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau
Miami Made Concert Series at Trinity Cathedral
Waste Management
Miami Parking Authority
Urban Tour Host
Shake 108
Downtown Miami Partnership

Patricia Lamar
Naomi Ross
Guy Hoyle
Joshua Kingston
Rochelle Berman
Michael Valdes-Fauli
Angela Terrell
Anthony Jordon
Jonathan Rose
Alessandro Abate
Alice Billman
Brittany Janes
Ted Van Cleve
Greg Romanelli
Jon Ridley


Life Is Art
Life Is Art is presenting a number of excellent local artists showcasing a wide variety of visual art styles.

Yo Miami & Kondoit
A hub for local artists, Yo Miami has grown since 2011 into an ecosystem where creatives can get access to resources & contacts to help them reach the next level of success in their careers. By working with businesses, nonprofi t & community organizations we are able to foster a network which enables us to create opportunities throughout the year for artists to demonstrate their talents in ways that add value to our neighborhoods. With several monthly events at various venues around Wynwood, we continually o ffer a platform where emerging artists can reach a wider audience. At the same time, we show business owners the benefits associated with incorporating arts programming into their operations, & help foster the growth of our local communities through this synergy. For Dwntwn Arts Fair we will be hand picking a lineup from Miami’s top artists. These artists will be live painting and displaying their work throughout the weekend. We encourage you to stop by our booth to meet these up and coming talented creatives to discover what inspires and motivates them, and watch them work live and in person.

We strive for a connected, thriving urban core where the streets of Miami are active and enlivened with local performers, enjoyed by people of all ages and walks of life. We envision a joyous place that is reflective of the tropical urban landscape and attractive to locals and visitors alike.

Celebrate Diversity Miami
Celebrate Diversity Miami’s 2015 Photo‐voice Exhibit focuses on celebrating the diversity of our greater Miami community with a unique array of large-scale photographs. It features 60 beautiful, vibrant images submitted by residents, schools, and organizations from across Miami-Dade County. Join us in celebrating our incredible culturally and ethnically diverse neighborhoods. Give a #DiversityMiami shout-out with a picture or postcard, and share what makes the place you call home awesome!

By way of delicious food and great conversation, FoodSpark Miami will provide a fun, interactive gathering space for diverse groups of greater Miami residents to connect with one another, discuss key social issues with fellow citizens, and figure out how we can collaborate to improve the quality of life in our local neighborhoods. FoodSpark Miami is made possible in part by the 8-80 Cities Emerging City Champions 2015 Fellowship, which is funded by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.

Every indie needs a hand, and we¹ve partnered with artists from all over to bring a uniquely curated expo of artisanal goods, earthy designs, and conscious driven showcases. We¹ve connected with the indigenous tribe from Valle de Sibundoy in the Alto Putumayo region of Colombia, to bring the tribe’s delicately handcrafted jewelry, organic essential oils, and raw incense, led by the tribe¹s artist Yolimar Loreto & the tribe-women. Also from Colombia, we present for the first time in the U.S Hagakure Home a small company based in Medellin whose home décor is derived from organic materials, raw fabrics, and designed with earthy elements. We¹re bringing goods for the home and lifestyle. Then a young, hip, and hippie indie group of artists called Gypsy Halos will be dancing around our tent expressing their love and spirit through flower crowns, leafy jewelry designs, and airy fashions. This movement is not just focused on the younger generation. We¹ve connected with our baby boomer warrior woman who¹s love for mother Earth has helped her develop an artistic eye for floral designs; Esperanza (Hope) will bring to our expo her creative orchid, succulents, air flower gardens. Last but not least, our tent will feature an art showcase called Monsterz, an Anti-bullying picturesque story created by Miami’s local Tuli. We will feature other random goodies, our farmer friends may stop by with organic goods, or maybe we¹ll have a pop-up artist color us alive! This is what Indie Gals does, we dig deep into the roots and help elevate indie creatives so that we can all break through the noise. Everyone deserves to feel the sunshine of success on their face.

Eat Your Poem Pop-Up Poetry Station
Your belly growls for a poem “to-go!” Words to feed the heart and soul! Eat Your Poem believes in the nourishing, potent power of words and this inspires us to the act of spontaneous, intuitive writing and sharing. Perched behind our vintage typewriters we create improvisational poems for you! Stop by our Pop-Up Poetry Station and take home a poem, created just for you. Yum! Poems are offered by donation and all proceeds go to Eat Your Poem’s “Poetry with a Purpose” Program. This community outreach branch of EYP brings poetic programming to women’s shelters, recovery centers and organizations that reach “at-risk” youth. Poetry with a Purpose is completing 14 sessions at Women in Distress in Broward County and we are slated to bring the program into Camillus House Shelter starting in mid-August.

The local public house with gastronomical food served with great beer and wine.

The Fridge Fudge Pop 12/3/15-12/6/15

The Fridge Fudge Pop
Thursday, December 3 Through Sunday, December 6, 2015
fridgeHoliday Inn-Miami Beach – Oceanfront
4333 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33140

Fridge Art Fair NYC and Fridge Art Fair Miami is pleased to announce its third Miami Edition: The Fridge Fudge Pop taking place in the heart of Miami’s arts and culture center from Thursday, December 3 through Sunday, December 6, 2015. There will also be a Fudge Pop Pre-Party on Wednesday night, December 2nd. The location for Fridge Art Fair’s Fridge Fudge Pop will coalesce in the “Grand Ballroom” of Miami Beach’s “Grand Deco” district at the Holiday Inn-Miami Beach – Oceanfront.

Fridge Art Fair’s third Miami edition has moved from its original location in the City of Miami and its Little Havana home to its new Miami Beach location, but Fridge has not forgotten its Miami Calle Ocho roots! The Fudge Pop Pre-Party will take place at The Historic Ball & Chain on Calle Ocho, beginning at 8:00pm in the heart of “Little Havana Central Station of Arte” where you can get a sneak peak of the landmarks of one of Miami’s most influential and treasured neighborhoods. Entrance is free for Fridge Fudge Pop registered guests to join in the celebration of Fridge Art Fair’s continued successes.

At Fridge Art Fair Miami, galleries, collectives, and artists are all equals in terms of their participation in The Fridge Fudge Pop! The fair is open to all and all are invited. Fridge Fudge Pop will host a VIP Preview of artists on Thursday, December 3rd from 4:00-7:00pm and will have open hours from 11:00am-9:00pm Friday until Sunday, December 6th. This year Fridge Fudge Pop welcomes back frequent Fridger, Johan Wahlstrom as well as second timer, Erin Ko who administered a psychedelic trip via a smartphone app to viewers at Fridge New York 2015, among many other innovative artists. Founder, Eric Ginsburg, is also teaming up once again with Brooklyn Animal Rescue Coalition (BARC) to benefit the pooches-and other furry friends-he loves to paint.

Fridge Art Fair Miami will be held at the Holiday Inn, Miami Beach, located directly across from the Fontainebleau Hotel and N.A.D.A. A wide range of booth choices and art fair floor plans will be made available.

Fridge Art Fair –
Fridge Art Fair was born in 2013 on New York’s Lower East Side. The inaugural Fair was filled to capacity with exhibitors who answered Founder Eric Ginsburg’s challenge, “Can you fit into the Fridge?” at Kazuko Miyamoto’s small but storied storefront, Gallery OneTwentyEight. The Fair has gathered a growing following of exhibitors, sponsors and visitors through two more New York editions, as well as two previous Miami fairs in 2013 and 2014. So far, each Fridge Art Fair has coincided with Frieze New York in May and Art Basel Miami in December.

Fridge Art Fair is the boutique, soft sell, dog-friendly satellite fair dubbed as, “The baby who has refused to obey orders to stand outside the door while the adults confabulate inside,” by Artinfo.

Fridge Art Fair Founder and Artist Eric Ginsburg, known for the uniquely soulful and painterly qualities of his portraits, Eric credits Sol LeWill as a patron and friend who commissioned works, as well as a mentor, and, along with Eric’s “pen pal” William Wegman, as “kind of a hero.”

Ginsburg studied with Maureen Gallace at NYU and received his MFA from Columbia University in 2005. His works are found in public & private collections around the wold including: Herb & Dorothy Vogel (now in the permanent collection of the National Gallery of Art);Galerie Nieu Schoten (Ten Boom Museum, The Netherlands); the New Britain Museum of American Art; The Cartin Collection; Cindy Sherman; William Wegman; Lisa Spellman; and the Francis J. Greenburger Collection, Paula Cooper and the LeWitt Collection.

Sponsors –
This edition of Fridge Art Fair Miami is being sponsored by Ball & Chain, Barlington Group, Charles Group Hotels, Lose Style Events, Publix, and Holiday Inn returns as the Fair’s premier sponsor after co-hosting Fridge New York 2015.

Links –
Fridge Art Fair
Fridge Facebook
Fridge Twitter

“At Home with Art” – Fine Art for the Home plus NEW Urban ArtSpace 9/4/15 – 9/8/15

“At Home with Art” – Fine Art for the Home plus NEW Urban ArtSpace
Friday, 09/04/2015 – 09/08/2015 06:00 pm – 10:30 am
AtHomewithArt-LogoMiami Beach Convention Center
1901 Convention Center Dr.,
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Webpage Link
Cost: Regular Price $10 adults, $1.00 children under 11. Special advance discount of $7 for adults with online ticket purchases before September 3, 2015.

Miami Home Design and Remodeling Show fine art showcase featuring the works of 20+ Miami artists: (1) Four curated art spaces combining two and three dimensional original art by emerging and mid-career artists; (2) Viernes Culturales presents an exhibit of art from the Little Havana Art District; (3) and launch of Urban ArtSpace — Some of Miami’s most popular graffiti artists will collaborate on a live painting performance. Creativity unfolds throughout the weekend on a large, “wall” size canvas that will be donated to an Aspira of Florida school. Plus, Street art vs. Fine Art? Totally different or somehow the same? Join a panel of professional artists, gallerists, interior designers, and visual art journalists who will give insight to how, and how much to invest in art along with some friendly rivalry among artists and professionals from both sides of the spectrum. Exhibit sponsored by AroundTown Arts and Culture Magazine and the Art|Experience. Check website for times and dates

ArtPalmBeach 1/20/16

Wednesday, 01/20/2016 – 01/24/2016 12:00 pm – 07:00 pm
APB-2016-Logo-baixaPalm Beach County Convention Center
650 Okeechobee Blvd,
West Palm Beach, Florida 33401
Webpage Link

ArtPalmBeach celebrates its 19th anniversary at the Palm Beach County Convention Center from January 20-24, 2016 with a preview evening January 20th.

ArtPalmBeach is internationally renowned as the premiere mid-winter contemporary art fair on Florida’s Gold Coast by both art critics and enthusiasts. ArtPalmBeach is Palm Beach County’s longest running fair dedicated to contemporary, emerging, and modern master works of art of the 20th and 21st centuries.

Over 85 international galleries will be exhibiting paintings, sculpture, as well as functional and innovative design. Video, new technologies, performance art, art installations have become a unique feature offering collectors exposure to today’s emerging art trends.

In conjunction with the fair Nine County-wide Art Districts and local cultural institutions will offer exhibitions and events in the surrounding area, creating a unique exciting region wide art week.

To know more information about ArtPalmBeach and purchase tickets, please visit www.artpalmbeach.com

ArtBocaRaton 3/17/16

Thursday, 03/17/2016 – 03/21/2016 12:00 pm – 07:00 pm
ABR_Logo_baixaInternational Pavilion of the Palm Beaches on the campus of Florida Atlantic University
501 Plaza Real,
Boca Raton, Florida 33432
Webpage Link

David and Lee Ann Lester of Next Level Fairs announce the launch of Art Boca Raton Contemporary Art Fair, March 17-21, 2016 to be held in the International Pavilion of the Palm Beaches on the campus of Florida Atlantic University in the heart of Boca Raton.

The opening gala preview will benefit the Boca Raton Museum and Art School on March 17th lead by a prestigious Collectors and Connoisseurs Committee.

Showcasing contemporary, modern and emerging art, sculpture, photography, works on paper and installations, the fair will offer a broad range of art to both beginning and seasoned collectors.
Art Boca Raton will encompass 60-65 dealers carefully selected by a curatorial committee in order to assure dealer quality and exclusivity.

Sponsored daily “After Dark” evening events will be held Boca Raton Museum for collectors to enhance their knowledge and appreciation of collecting contemporary art. The fair will sponsor a full collector lecture series on current trends in collecting including a special presentation on the museum’s exhibition “Andy Warhol Vinyl’s and Warhol Prints from the Mark Bell Collection”.

Call for Artist Spectrum Miami 2015 6/17/15

Call for Artist Spectrum Miami 2015
Wednesday, 12/02/2015 – 06/07/2015 12:00 pm – 07:00 pm
Option1Spectrum Miami Art Show 2015
Northeast 1st Avenue,,
miami, Florida 33137
Webpage Link

BlinkGroup Gallery is Selecting artwork to include in the upcoming Spectrum Miami Art Show December 2015, During Art Basel Week. The Theme for BlinkGroup Gallery’s curated presentation of works will be “The Sixth Sense”.

Email your complete application form to: [email protected]

Application deadline Oct, 2015


The Miami Art Expo 2015 6/19/15 – 6/26/15

The Miami Art Expo 2015
Saturday 20th June 2015 – Friday 26th June 2015 : 11.00pm – 17.00pm Open to the public
Nina Torres Fine Art Gallery
themiamiartexpo1800 N Bayshore Dr
Miami, FL 33132
Free entry
Prebook Free tickets online and enter a draw to win an original artwork. Prebook or just walk-in and we will see you there!
Friday 19th June 2015 : 6.00pm – 9.00pm Grand Opening, Private View, Champagne Reception sponsored by Juve & Camps.
Private View & Vernissage only $10.00 per VIP ticket.

The Miami Art Expo is an exciting show for the Miami Art Aficionado’s and Collectors to enjoy. An international Exhibition of Contemporary Art that will showcase some of the best artworks by a great selection of emerging artists from around the world including many from UK & Europe.

Visitors can expect a variety of paintings, photography art, urban art, sculptures, in different styles. The event gives a great opportunity to invest into international art, and is a showcase of the established artist as well as young talent displayed at the Nina Torres Fine Art Gallery water view venue providing an extraordinary setting for the Miami Art Expo.

All artworks on show are for sale between a price range from $ 200 USD up to $ 15.000 USD.

MFA Graduate Exhibit and Reception: Carlos Jordao 6/5/15

MFA Graduate Exhibit and Reception: Carlos Jordao
Friday, 06/05/2015 – 06:00 pm – 09:00 pm
Carlos-JordaoThe Artisan Lounge
500 NE 1st Avenue,
Miami, Florida 33132
Webpage Link
Cost: FREE

MFA Graphic Design Student Show off His Talent

What: Master of Fine Arts Graduate, Carlos Jordao, will be exhibiting his thesis work in the MFA Graduate Exhibit and Reception

When: Gallery Reception on Friday, June 3rd, from 6pm – 9pm. Exhibit runs from June 3rd to July 3rd

Where: 500 NE 1st Avenue, Miami, Fl 33132 in the Artisan Lounge. There is no admission charge.

Who: Miami International University of Art & Design MFA Graduate Carlos Jordao

ArtPalmBeach 2016 1/20/16, 1/21/16, 1/22/16, 1/23/16, 1/24/16

ArtPalmBeach 2016
Wednesday, 01/20/2016 – 01/24/2016 12:00 pm – 07:00 pm
Palm Beach County Convention Center
650 Okeechobee Boulevard,
West Palm Beach, Florida 33401
Webpage Link

ArtPalmBeach celebrates its 19th anniversary at the Palm Beach County Convention
Center from January 20-24, 2016 with a preview evening January 20th. ArtPalmBeach
is considered one of the most infuential contemporary art fairs on Florida’s Gold Coast
by both critics and art enthusiasts. Over 80 international galleries will be exhibiting contemporary
and emerging artists. Organized by Lee Ann and David Lester, principals of
IFAE LLC a Miami based international art fair company established in 1989, founders of
Art Miami, ArtPalmBeach, American International Fine Art Fair
All forms of modern,
contemporary and
emerging art
Lee Ann Lester
+1 239 272 6716
[email protected]

Color Beyond Symmetry and Horizons 6/12/15 – 9/4/15

Color Beyond Symmetry and Horizons
Thursday, 06/12/2015 – 09/04/2015 08:00 am – 04:00 pm
Regular-Exhibit-InvitationBB Americas Brickell branch
800 Brickell Avenue, Suite 103,
Miami, Florida 33131
Webpage Link
Cost: Free

Color Beyond Symmetry and Horizons is the fourth exhibit in the BB Americas Cultural Series. The series was created to continue Banco Do Brasil’s Cultural Center’s mission of promoting local artists and community diversity. Color Beyond Symmetry and Horizons will take place from June 11th to September 30th and the exhibit will be open Monday thru Friday from 9 am to 4 pm at the BB Americas Brickell branch located at 800 Brickell Avenue, Suite 103. For more information about BB Americas and the BB Americas Cultural Series visit www.bbamericas.com. Admission is free and open to the public.

Poems: Videos a multi-channel poetry video installation from Antonio Wright in collaboration with Robert Chambers, Daniel Joseph, Justin Long, Matthu Placek, and Rona Yefman 5/7/15 – 8/1/15

Poems: Videos a multi-channel poetry video installation from Antonio Wright in collaboration with Robert Chambers, Daniel Joseph, Justin Long, Matthu Placek, and Rona Yefman
Thursday, 05/07/2015 – 08/01/2015 07:00 pm – 10:00 pm
unnamed1The Screenin Room
2626 NW 2nd Avenue,
Miami, FL, Florida 33145
Webpage Link
Cost: Open to The Public

For this project aptly titled Poem: Videos, Wright collaborates with five artists selected for their dual interests in bridging the divide between disciplines of sculpture, photography, painting, performance, and new forms of film making with the written word.

The Screening Room is a new-media exhibition and project space located in Miami’s Wynwood Art District. Video artist, filmmaker and Miami native Rhonda Mitrani, recognized a need in the community for a multi-disciplinary space dedicated to film and video programs, lectures and gatherings.

This installation is running now through August 1, 2015.

Future Painting 3/14/15

Future Painting
Saturday, 03/14/2015 – 07:00 pm – 11:00 pm
164, 20 Northwest 1st Court,
Miami, Florida 33127
Webpage Link
Cost: Free

Future Painting, is the culmination of 4 years of research into video mapped paintings and will feature various approaches to integrating video and technology into mixed-media collage paintings. Through the use of video projections on top of physical paintings and translucent collages created directly on the face of video screens, Justin Wood transforms and twists the physical composition into a mesmerizing psychedelic experience. These works challenge the viewers perception of where the physical world ends and where the digital world begins and asks the question, Can painting and video exist at the same time? The show will also feature a site specific interactive wall painting that will respond to the depth and motion of the viewer through the use of a Kinect sensor, and allow the viewer to transform the video with their movement.

Photographs of St. Stephen’s Art Show on 2/15/15

St. Stephen’s Art Show on Sunday, February 15, 2015.

About St. Stephen’s Art Show:  “Art is in the Heart – What began as a hot dog and refreshment stand on St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church property during the weekend of the Coconut Grove Arts Festival has blossomed into a top ranked outdoor arts and fine crafts festival in its own right. Most recently ranked 8th in the country in Sunshine Artist Magazine’s “Best 200 Fine Art Shows”, the St. Stephen’s Art & Craft Show plays an important role in the South Florida Art Scene that takes place in Coconut Grove over all three days of Presidents’ Day Weekend.

The 2014 Show, held annually on Presidents’ Day Weekend, takes place Saturday, February 15th through Monday, February 17th, 2014 9:30 am to 6:00 pm. Visitors will enjoy the artwork of over 160 renowned fine artists and craft people, an international food court, children’s activity area, an authentic English tea room and musical entertainment, all on the shady campus of St. Stephen’s in the heart of Coconut Grove.

The Art Show is St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church’s longest standing cultural outreach event. Hundreds of volunteers from the greater Miami community help make the event a success. Beverage sales proceeds have allowed the Art Show to contribute more than $55,000 to the St. Stephen’s AIDS Ministry.

The Art Show plays an important role in helping St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church achieve its vision of becoming “The Heart of the Grove” by offering a variety of cultural, spiritual, entertainment and public service programming to the community. St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church invites all people to join in a life of worship, mercy, justice, learning and service.”

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Photographs of Coconut Grove Art Festival on 2/15/15

Coconut Grove Art Festival on Sunday, February 15, 2105.

“Produced by the Coconut Grove Arts and Historical Association, Inc., a non-profit community organization under the direction of a board of directors and full-time staff, the Coconut Grove Arts Festival® showcases the works of 360 internationally recognized artists who are selected from nearly 1,300 applicants. Jurors evaluate the artist’s work and displays to select participants in such categories as mixed media, painting, photography, digital art, printmaking & drawing, watercolor, claywork, glass, fiber, jewelry & metalwork, sculpture and wood. Proceeds help fund year-round arts programs, which create a positive impact on our community and touch the lives of many throughout the year. Recent initiatives include the “New & Emerging Artists” category, which allows artists ages 18-29 to not only display their work for the very first time at an outdoor fine arts festival, but also partake in a hands-on Arts Symposium and gain access to a carefully-matched Experienced Festival Artist in their genre.”

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Photographs of Art Wynwood VIP Preview on 2/12/15

Art Wynwood VIP Preview on Thursday, February 12, 2015.

“Art Wynwood 2015 will feature 70 international galleries presenting emerging, cutting edge, contemporary and modern works and will have its own distinct identity and design. A unique feature is the highlight of street art, murals, pop surrealism and other genres from the contemporary underground movement. Art Wynwood is perfectly positioned to further the growing worldwide recognition of this movement by providing the enthusiast and seasoned art world traveler alike a distinctive opportunity to explore, learn and collect one of the most significant art movements of our time. “

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Major Collectors from New York, Miami and Abroad Make Important Acquisitions

Art Wynwood, the annual Presidents Day Weekend art fair, presented over 60 galleries, from 9 countries representing over 25 cities, featured a wide breadth of quality works from both established and mid-career cutting edge artists. The Fourth Edition reported record attendance, attracting over 35,000 enthusiasts and some of the world’s most prominent collectors; as well as a strong show of patrons from the international clientele in town for the Yacht & Brokerage Show. Art Wynwood has secured its position as the most important contemporary art fair in the southeast during the winter months by offering the most discerning international collectors, art enthusiasts and seasoned cultural travelers the best opportunity to discover, explore and collect some of the most significant art works of our time.

“The City of Miami and The Wynwood Arts District continues to deliver for our participating dealers while quenching the thirst of an active international art collecting community who are visiting or residing in South Florida each winter,” said Nick Korniloff, Executive VP of Art Miami LLC. “This past weekend proved that Miami continues to develop as a serious cultural destination outside the month of December”

“For the fourth edition of Art Wynwood, the enthusiasm, focus and momentum of our local, regional and international galleries has made the fair an exceptional success,” said Grela Orihuela, Art Wynwood Fair Director. “Our clear determination was to continue to grow and shape this fair into an event embodying the tremendous art character and talent of its Miami roots.”

Christie’s International Real Estate hosted an interactive booth at the entrance of Art Wynwood, exhibiting international luxury residential real estate offerings, and a new addition to the fair was a special exhibition titled SOLO Miami where a selection of local galleries, including Emerson Dorsch, GUCCIVUITTON, Primary, Fredric Snitzer Gallery and Spinello Projects, exhibited side-by-side to present solo exhibitions premiering exciting new work by consequential local artists.

“Major collectors like Mera Rubell, Beth Rudin DeWoody, Jorge Perez and Jessica Goldman came through the fair. We are thrilled that Susan and Michael Hort have continued to support Farley Aguilar with their acquisition of Mourning, one of the three large oil on canvas painting that were featured in Spinello’s booth. Beth DeWoody also acquired a large oil painting, Patriarchy, as well as several ink on mylar paintings. In total, we placed 20 paintings – sold out!” said gallery owner Anthony Spinello. “Judging from the packed aisles, there is definitely an audience and most importantly people are buying.”

Famed gallery owner Fredric Snitzer, who also participated in the SOLO Miami exhibition said, “The reason I was happy to be a part of the fair this year was in the choice they made of selecting a few galleries from the community and having each focus on showing a Miami artist. It gives a snapshot and cross section of what’s happening here in a brief moment.” Other new exhibitions this year included, “La Habana in Waiting,” a solo exhibition by New York-based Chinese artist, Quentin Shih, in collaboration with participating gallery ART LEXÏNG. In his most recent series, “La Habana in Waiting,” Shih explores the tensions and melancholy in Cuban citizens sitting for an artist’s lens; the polarities between expressive individuals struggling for identity within a Communist regime. The fair continued its collaboration with Cash, Cans & Candy, an international festival of street art from Vienna, Austria, presented by Galerie Ernst Hilger. Curator Katrin- Sophie Dworczak of Cash, Cans & Candy lined up famed street artist, Boicut, to create original works onsite at the fair. Esteemed gallery owner, Bernice Steinbaum, presented a design installation by young artists, 10 percent of the proceeds of her sales from special project “Art in the Natural World and Cultured Settings” will go to the Museum of Art and Design in the Freedom Tower. Artists sold at her project included Enrique Gomez de Molina, Aurora Molina and Carrie Sieh among others. Jessica Goldman Srebnick, CEO of Goldman Properties, aligned once again with the fair and sponsored the Wynwood Walls Go! Shop pop up on-site at the Art Wynwood Pavilion. The Go! Shop invited the public to shop the Walls, through a curated collection of limited art editions, inspired and created by the artists of Wynwood Walls.

Lastly, Art Wynwood partnered with Miami Children’s Museum to provide a fun and interactive kid’s center – ArtRageous Kids Center.

Major sales included:
Archeus Post Modern of London sold Sam Francis’ “Los Angeles- Tokyo”; Asking price $250,000
Laura Rathe Fine Art of Houston sold two works on the opening night, including a 15ft long Christopher Martin piece with a price tag of $45,000
Jorge Perez acquired a Mel Ramos piece from Galerie Ernst Hilger Cynthia Corbett Gallery sold “Stahl House V” by Andy Burgess with a list price of $30,000 and pieces by David Hayes and Andreas Stanislav The Great Dane Collection sold an original Keith Haring for an undisclosed amount
Sponder Gallery sold three Maz-Steven Grossman pieces to one client Shine Artists sold a Jeff Robbs piece to a local private collector Hollis Taggart sold a Pablo Atchugary sculpture for an undisclosed amount
Tagliatella Galleries sold a Banksy and two Shepard Fairey prints Cernuda Arte sold over 20 works including, “Dream Navigators” and “Meditation in the Night Garden” by Robert Fabelo and “The Midnight Sun” by Vincente Hernandez
Art Lexing sold “Kaleidoscope” and “Whimsical” by Ye Hongxng and three photographs from Quentin Shih’s “La Habana in Waiting” special exhibition
Projects Gallery sold two pieces by Harry Enchin, which will be shipped to Europe; and sold “The Sun” by Frank Hyder to a local collector Other notable galleries reporting sales include ZK Gallery, Contessa Gallery, Vincent Vallarino Fine Art, K+Y Gallery, Kavachnina Contemporary, Boccara, The Chill Concept, Shin Gallery, Lausberg Contemporary, Scott Richards Contemporary Art, Mark Hachem, Vertu Fine Art, 55 Bellechasse, Waterhouse & Dodd, Primary, Robert Fontaine Gallery, Elite Fine Art Galleries, Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami’s Independent Thinkers, Rosenbaum Contemporary, Emerson Dorsch, Galeria La Cometa, Ascaso Gallery, Eckert Fine Art and more.

Art Wynwood celebrated Mel Ramos’ 80th birthday and his exceptional art career by presenting him with its first ever Art Wynwood Lifetime Artistic Achievement Award at a Private Dinner at db Bistro Moderne. The 2016 recipient of the award will be announced in the Fall of 2015 when the award is renamed the Art Wynwood/Tony Goldman Lifetime Artistic Achievement Award.

Major collectors who acquired unique pieces included Jorge Perez (PAMM CEO & President of The Related Group), Jessica Goldman (CEO, Goldman Properties) Mera Rubell, Beth Rudin DeWoody, Jessica Goldman, David Lombardi, and David Ginsberg (Vice Chairman, Boston Red Sox). Other notable attendees included Carol Damian, Univision TV personality Raul De Molina; Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria; Brazilian author Paulo Coelho; and NY hedge-fund manager Allen Teh.

Gallerist and curator, Bernice Steinbaum said, “Art Wynwood has exceeded my expectations in every way.” “The attendance has been tremendous,” said Orihuela, “and we’re looking forward to seeing everyone next year for the 5th edition of Art Wynwood February 11-15 of 2016.”

2015 Exhibitor List
55Bellechasse (Paris); ARCHEUS / POST-MODERN (London); ART LEXÏNG (Miami); Art Nouveau Gallery (Miami/Maracaibo); Artêria (Bromont); Ascaso Gallery (Miami); Beatriz Esguerra Art (Bogota); Berry Campbell (New York); Cernuda Arte (Coral Gables); Contessa Gallery (Cleveland); Cynthia Corbett Gallery (London); David Findlay Jr Gallery (New York); Durban Segnini Gallery (Miami); Eckert Fine Art (Pine Plains); Elite Fine Art Galleries (Miami); EVOKE Contemporary (Santa Fe); Flowers (New York/ London); Galería Casa Cuadrada (Bogota); Galería La Cometa (Bogota); Galerie Boccara (Paris); Galleria Ca’ d’Oro (Rome/ Miami/ New York City); Galleria Farina (Miami); Gallery Frederic Got (Paris); Gallery Tableau (Seoul); Hilger NEXT (Vienna); Hollis Taggart Galleries (New York); Irazoqui Art Gallery (Miami); K+Y gallery (Paris); Kavachnina Contemporary (Miami); Laura Rathe Fine Art (Houston); Lausberg Contemporary (Dusseldorf); Elizabeth Clement Fine Art (New York); Mark Hachem (Paris); Now Contemporary Art (Miami); OPIOM Gallery (Opio); PAUL KOLKER collection (New York); Projects Gallery (Miami); Rimonim Art Gallery (Miami); Robert Fontaine Gallery (Miami); Rosenbaum Contemporary (Bal Harbour/ Boca Raton); Rudolf Budja Gallery (Miami Beach); SALAMATINA GALLERY (New York); Scott Richards Contemporary Art (San Francisco); Seth Jason Beitler Fine Arts (Miami); Shin Gallery (New York); Shine Artists (London); Sponder Gallery (Miami); Taglialatella Galleries (New York); Tansey Contemporary (Santa Fe); The Chill Concept (Miami); The Great Dane Collection (Philadelphia); The McLoughlin Gallery (San Francisco); UNIX Gallery (New York); Vertu Fine Art (Boca Raton); Vincent Vallarino Fine Art (New York City); Waltman Ortega Fine Art (Miami/ Paris); Waterhouse & Dodd (New York/ London); Wynwood Art Group (Miami); ZK Gallery (San Francisco).

Sponsors & Partners
The generous 2015 sponsors and partners for Art Wynwood include: Christie’s International Real Estate – Official Luxury Real Estate Partner of Art Miami, JW Marriott Marquis Miami and Hotel Beaux Arts Miami – Official Luxury Hotels of Art Miami, Cash, Cans & Candy, Turon Travel, Rosenbaum Framing, Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau, Goldman Properties, Wynwood Walls, Wynwood Kitchen and Bar, The Miami Children’s Museum, Uber, Spuntino Group, Perrier, The Miami Herald, Artinfo, Art & Auction, Art Nexus, The Art Newspaper, MutualArt.com, Arte al Dia, Art Circuits, WLRN, Venue, Venu Magazine, Whitespace and Midtown Miami

Art Wynwood Pop-Up Art Installation at the JW Marriott Marquis 2/12/15 – 2/16/15

Art Wynwood Pop-Up Art Installation at the JW Marriott Marquis
Thursday, 02/12/2015 – 02/16/2015 09:00 am –
JW Marriott Marquis Miami
JW Marriott Marquis, 255 Biscayne Blvd. Way,
Miami, Florida 33131
Webpage Link
Cost: Free

Art Wynwood will host a pop-up installation of select artwork with the JW Marriott Marquis Miami in the hotel’s lobby during Art Wynwood 2015. The hotel, which has been a sponsor of Art Wynwood since it opened in 2010, will house a sampling of the contemporary art fair that is free and open to the public. In addition, a complimentary shuttle will operate between the hotel and the fair in the Wynwood Arts District.

At Home with Art – Spotlight on Miami’s Art Districts at the Miami Home Design and Remodeling Show 3/27/15 – 3/30/15

At Home with Art – Spotlight on Miami’s Art Districts at the Miami Home Design and Remodeling Show
Friday, 03/27/2015 – 03/30/2015 04:00 pm – 10:30 pm
atHomeWithArt-art-02Miami Beach Convention Center
1901 Convention Center Dr.,
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Webpage Link
Cost: $1.00 12 & under; $7.00 +12

The 2015 Miami Home Design and Remodeling Show places the spotlight on 20+ well-established Miami artists and vibrant art districts. Show goers can meet the artists and see their work, as well as experience 7 curated art district exhibits in one large exhibition area. This feature connects the art and interior design professionals with the consumer to help them make South Florida fine art a part of their home and office design. Art district representatives will also be on hand with information about art walks, museums, galleries and openings, plus cultural events.

The 2015 Miami Art District Ambassadors:

North Miami by artists from The Fountainhead Studios – Paolo Ambu, Marco Beria, and Carla Fache; Wynwood Art District –Sandra Garcia-Pardo (ArtLink Gallery), David Gary Lloyd, and Tina Salvesen (Bakehouse Art Complex); Miami Beach – Emanuele Viscuso; Miami Downtown Arts District (MDAD) – Benedicte Blanc-Fontenille (McCormick Place); Adriana Carvalho (Artisan Lounge); Rafael Consuegra (MDAD), Cesar Rey (Aluna Art Foundation) and curated by David Zalben (Pink Bastard); Little Havana/Viernes Culturales – Agustin Gainza, Santos Mendez and Katey Penner (Futurama); Bird Road Art District – Jane Harris, Sandy Levy, MANO, Miguel Rodez, and Gabriel Saldivia (White’s Art Gallery); and South Miami – Klara Chavarria of Coral Gables, and Gerry Stecca, resident artist at Deering Estate.


March 27-30, 2015
Friday 4:00 pm -10:30 pm
Saturday 12:00 pm -10:30 pm
Sunday 12:00 pm -7:30 pm
Monday 6:00 pm -10:30 pm

Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts Miami Legal Arts Forum 2/12/15

Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts Miami Legal Arts Forum
Thursday, 02/12/2015 – 05:30 pm – 08:00 pm
featured-image_VLAsSpace by 3
2105 N. Miami Avenue,
Miami, Florida 33127
Cost: $20

Copyright and Street Art

Street art is a hot commodity in Miami, featured in our neighborhoods and in art auctions, fairs and events. It is also featured in advertisements, promotions and in other ways not always endorsed by the artists. Can street art be copyrighted? Artist’s rights have been in the news due to two well known law cases pitting street artists against corporate entities. The slippery nature of copyright law has
left many wondering where to draw the line. There are no easy answers. Join us for a moot court style forum to explore this important topic.

Featured speakers: Steve Eisenberg, Esq. & Jose Talavera, Esp. of Lipscomb Eisenberg & Baker PL; Jaime Gekas, Esq., Foley & Lardner LLP.

Along with curated art tours with street art specialist Sebastien Laboureau.

Networking cocktail reception follows event, a chance to mix and mingle with artists, attorneys, business professionals and others in creative industries.

17th Annual Carnaval On The Mile 3/7/15-3/8/15

17th Annual Carnaval On The Mile
Saturday, 03/07/2015 – 03/08/2015 10:00 am – 10:00 pm
DSCN0484Downtown Coral Gables
Coral Way (Miracle Mile) between SW 42nd Ave. & SW 32nd Ave.,
Coral Gables, Florida 33134
Webpage Link
Cost: Free

The Kiwanis of Little Havana is set to welcome thousands of visitors in the heart of Coral Gables to enjoy a weekend-long celebration of art and music in every form during the 17th Annual Carnaval on the Mile. Event attendees can stroll along the mile and be inspired by an eclectic assembly of local artists and their unique arts and crafts, jewelry, paintings, sculptures, photography and more. More than 30 world-renowned musical acts will pack three stages, keeping the rhythm of Jazz, Funk, Samba and more pulsing through the crowd all weekend long. Families can enjoy two days of interactive games, craft making, product demonstrations and more, while local restaurants offer artisan eats to please any culinary cravings.

MDC MOAD Bazaar Bar 2/21/15

MDC MOAD Bazaar Bar
Saturday, 02/21/2015 – 12:00 pm – 08:00 pm
600 Biscayne Blvd.,
Miami, Florida 33132
Webpage Link
Cost: Free

The BAZAAR BAR brings together a community of artists and makers working in diverse media, such as product design, printmaking, jewelry, pottery, and more. An initiative of MOA+D’s Pop Up Shop!, the event presents a curated platform of innovative local makers with the opportunity to sell their works, engage with the community and expose their creative genius while reflecting the spirit of Miami.

St. Stephen’s Art Show 2/14/15 – 2/16/15

St. Stephen’s Art Show
Saturday, 02/14/2015 – 02/16/2015, 09:30 am – 06:00 pm
Art-Show-Logo-LargeSaint Stephens Episcopal Church
2750 McFarlane Road,
Coconut Grove, Florida 33133
Webpage Link
Cost: $2.00

A top ranked and international outdoor arts festival The St. Stephens Art Show is an oasis of art that plays a beloved and dynamic role in the South Florida Art Scene in Coconut Grove over all three days of Presidents’ Day Weekend. “Art is in the Heart” as over 50,000 Visitors will enjoy the artwork of over 160 internationally and nationally renowned artists, an international food court, children’s interactive art area, an authentic English tea room, and musical entertainment.

All happening beneath the oak tree shade on St. Stephen’s campus, in the heart of Coconut Grove, 2750 McFarlane Rd, Miami, Florida 33133. The Show, held annually on Presidents’ Day Weekend, takes place Saturday, February 14th through Monday, February 16th, 2015, 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

If you need further information about this amazing weekend in Coconut Grove please contact Daisy Holcombe at 305.648.0056 or via Email at [email protected]

BlinkGroup Gallery Call for Artists Submission 4/23/15

BlinkGroup Gallery Call for Artists Submission
Thursday, 04/23/2015 – 04/26/2015 12:00 pm – 10:00 pm
ArtExpo_CallForArtistFlyer-1Blink Group Gallery / ArtExpo New York 2015
Pier 94 711 12th Ave (55th Street & the West Side Highway) New York, NY 10019-5399,
711 12th Ave, New York 10019-5399
Webpage Link

BlinkGroup Gallery Is looking for innovative visual artist to participate in our spring exhibition at Art Expo, Pier 94 – NYC ” The Worlds Largest Fine Art Show”
We are receiving Submissions from all artistic disciplines for this exhibition.

Submissions are due March 9 , 2015

For More information Please contact
[email protected] | 305.587.4744

64th Annual Beaux Arts Festival of Art 1/17/15-1/18/15

64th Annual Beaux Arts Festival of Art
logo-with-taglineV22January 17-18, 2015, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Grounds of the Lowe Art Museum
1301 Stanford Drive
University of Miami Campus
Coral Gables, FL
Admission and Parking: Free
The 64th annual Beaux Arts Festival of Art presented by City National Bank will bring more than 220 fine art juried exhibitors to the grounds of the Lowe Art Museum on the University of Miami campus.

Widely recognized as one of the region’s most popular outdoor art exhibitions and a South Florida tradition, the Beaux Arts Festival of Art attracts thousands of visitors annually and offers works in 10 mediums for a variety of budgets. This year’s festival will feature live music in the main-stage tent, children’s entertainment – including free art activities for children ages 4-12 in the UHealth Family Fun Zone – and a variety of dining options, making this event ideal for art enthusiasts and families alike.

Proceeds from the festival benefit the Lowe Art Museum, a Beaux Arts partner for 63 years. Particularly newsworthy this year: a $1.5 million gift from Beaux Arts, the museum’s founding support group, has now enabled the creation of the endowed position of Beaux Arts Director and Chief Curator of the Lowe Art Museum, Jill Deupi. The gift to make the directorship endowment will remain in perpetuity and support increased programming, community outreach, facility upgrades and other projects at the Lowe.

Funds raised from the festival will also help underwrite “Hands On!” – Beaux Arts’ signature program for children from underserved schools. ”Hands On!” introduces these Miami-Dade students to the world of art and museums via field trips to the Lowe Art Museum.

In addition to the featured artists selected by a panel of jurors, festival visitors will also enjoy the popular Student Artist Showcase presented by BNY Mellon, featuring up to 150 pieces from talented Miami-Dade middle and high school students, on display inside the Lowe Art Museum throughout the weekend. A celebration honoring the students’ art will take place at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, January 13, 2015, at the Lowe. Additional sponsors of the Student Artist Showcase include Neiman Marcus and Joanna’s Marketplace.

The festival was originally called the “Clothesline Sale,” as Beaux Arts volunteers used clotheslines to display the works of local artists in front of the Lowe. Over 60 years later, the 100% volunteer-run, annual festival has evolved and is considered one of the top outdoor fine art shows in the country.

In addition to Presenting Sponsor City National Bank, Featured Sponsors for the 2015 Beaux Arts Festival of Art include Mercedes-Benz of Coral Gables and Cutler Bay, and UHealth, with additional support from Pollo Tropical and the University of Miami.

Grants include the City of Coral Gables, the Batchelor Foundation, the Cobb Family Foundation, Citizens Interested in Arts, and Publix Supermarkets Charities.

Founded in 1952, Beaux Arts is a 100% volunteer organization made up of 100 women and over 300 associates, who fund art enrichment, appreciation and financial assistance to the Lowe Art Museum at the University of Miami. Through major fundraising initiatives such as the annual Beaux Arts Ball and Beaux Arts Festival of Art on the University of Miami Campus, the organization is the largest group financial donor to the museum. In 2014, a $1.5 million gift from Beaux Arts enabled the creation of the endowed position of Beaux Arts Director and Chief Curator of the Lowe Art Museum – a gift that will remain in perpetuity and support increased programming, community outreach, facility upgrades and other projects at the Lowe. Beaux Arts also won the “White Award,” with which the organization was recognized as the University of Miami’s most effective donor, surpassing the $5 million mark of funds contributed to the Lowe Museum. To date, Beaux Arts has hosted over 25,000 children at the Beaux Arts Art Camp and hosted over 5,000 students from Miami-Dade schools for our art appreciation outreach program, “Hands On!.” For more information, visit www.BeauxArtsMiami.org.

2015 Miss Art Deco Beauty Pageant 1/10/15

2015 Miss Art Deco Beauty Pageant
Saturday, 01/10/2015 – 06:00 pm – 08:30 pm
Art-Deco-2015-Official-Flyer2Rebeca Sosa Theater
1401 Westward Drive,
Miami Springs, Florida 33166
Webpage Link
Cost: $15 in Advance / $20 at the Door

The third annual Miss Art Deco Beauty Pageant will take place on Saturday January 10, 2015. The contestants will compete in Vintage Fashion Opening number, swimwear, and evening gown. The winners will be part of the 37th Art Deco Weekend Festival Classic Car Parade and Bettie Paige Vintage Red Carpet Fashion Show hosted by Miami Design Preservation League with media coverage by Local 10 Miami/Fort Lauderdale. The winners will also advance to the state televised Miss Florida USA and Miss Florida Teen USA Pageants. For more information you can visit the website at www.southfloridausapageants.com or contact the director Fatima Coello at 305-753-1223 or via email [email protected]

Ticket sales, $15 in advance, $20 at the door.

PhanArt Poster and Pin Exhibition: Miami 1/2/15

PhanArt Poster and Pin Exhibition: Miami
Friday, 01/02/2014 – 12:00 pm – 05:00 pm
Miami-PhanArt-flyerAdrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, Peacock Foundation Studio
1300 Biscayne Blvd,
Miami, Florida 33132
Webpage Link
Cost: Free

The PhanArt Poster and Pin Exhibition: Miami, featuring a wide variety of artists who draw inspiration from the music of Phish, will be held on Friday, January 2, 2015 at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, 1300 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL 33132. This one of a kind art show, created and produced by Pete Mason, will be held on the third day of Phish’s four night stand at Miami’s American Airlines Arena, only a 5 block walk from the Arsht Center.

The lineup announced for the PhanArt Poster and Pin Exhibition: Miami represents a wide array of artists from among the Phish art community. Longtime Phish artists Ryan Kerrigan, TRiPP, Isadora Bullock, Michael Boyer, StuPINdous Creations, Pompeii Prints and Fred Sutter are regular exhibitors at PhanArt shows and fans can expect to find a large portfolio from each artist of current and past art.

Pin makers and designers MYFE. Designs, Party Time Pins, Noah Phence, Pin me Down, Cactusbomb, Pinsanity Designs, and Ant Pharms Pins will feature their ever-popular pin series and designs, as well as other items made specifically for the Miami shows.

First time exhibitors to the PhanArt Poster and Pin Exhibition include Sweet Melis, Otto Art, Brooke Appelman, Brian Bojo’s Phifty-Two Weeks, Golden Road Gallery, Jampanties, Ebbleberry Designs, Super Rad Cape Co, Highly Concerned Enterprises, Brendan Nicolan and The Shakedown Shop. Each of these exhibitors brings something new to the show, be it posters, clothing, underwear, a year-long art project, children’s clothing and much more.

A musical performance from San Francisco-based pianist Holly Bowling will take place throughout the art show, with performances on the hour from 1:00 to 4:00 pm. The sets will feature Phish songs arranged for solo piano and several “jam transcriptions”, including a complete rendition of the ‘Tahoe Tweezer’ during the final hour, beginning at 4 pm. Check out Holly’s previous performances with Marco Benevento and at her own solo gig in San Francisco during this past year’s Bill Graham Run. For updates on the performance and more information please visit Holly’s Facebook page.

Non-profits benefitting from the PhanArt show include The Mockingbird Foundation, which has awarded grants for music education totaling more than $800,000 over the past 15 years. PhanArt has raised, through a book and website created to showcase the art made by Phish fans, over $18,000 for The Mockingbird Foundation since 2009.

Phish Art shows have been held since 2003 with great success. Unique posters, pins, shirts, stickers and much more are made for Phish shows, making the PhanArt Poster and Pin Exhibition: Miami, a must-attend event during Phish tour. Produced by Pete Mason, founder of PhanArt and author of PhanArt: The Art of the Fans of Phish, these PhanArt exhibitions have been held in Atlantic City, Chicago and Las Vegas over the past 14 months and represent a continued effort to promote and exhibit original and unique concert art from a wide variety of artists. The eclectic artists featured at this event show the broad scope of Phish related art and capture the inspiration of the band in their art. Phish’s creative fan base makes amazing art inspired by the band, their music and the locales they play.

In keeping with the great tradition and success of past art shows, the PhanArt Poster and Pin Exhibition: Miami, will offer free entry to all patrons and tubes available for purchase. Special edition works only available at the show can be viewed on PhanArt.net and acquired exclusively at the PhanArt show.

Photographs of Spectrum Miami Art Show on 12/7/14

Spectrum Miami Art Show on Sunday, December 7, 2014.

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Photographs of Context Art Fair on 12/2/14

Context Art Fair on Tuesday, December 2, 2014.

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Photographs of Red Dot Art Fair on 12/2/14

Red Dot Art Fair on Tuesday, December 2, 2014.

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Photographs of Pinta Art Fair on 12/2/14

Pinta Art Fair on Tuesday, December 2, 2014.

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Photographs of Art Miami Art Fair on 12/2/14

Art Miami Art Fair on Tuesday, December 2, 2014.

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Photographs of Miami Project Art Fair 12/2/14

Miami Project Art Fair on Tuesday, December 2, 2104.

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Photographs of Live Mural Match Up at Spectrum Miami Art Show on 12/4/14

Life Is Art and Yo Miami Live Mural Match Up at Spectrum Miami Art Show on Thursday, December 4, 2014.  The participating artists match ups: TeePop and Jay Bellicchi (aka REMOTE), Ruben Ubiera and Eleazar Delgado, Monique Lassooij and Daniel Fila (aka Krave).   Music Curated by: DJ Hank Justice.

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Photographs of SPECTRUM Miami Art Show Opening Party on 12/3/14

SPECTRUM Miami Art Show Opening Party on Wednesday, December 3, 2014.

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MiamiMixer We Could Be Heroes Closing Reception 1/8/15

MiamiMixer We Could Be Heroes Closing Reception
Thursday, 01/08/2015 – 06:30 pm – 09:30 pm
we-could-be-heroes-CLOSING-copyEleazar Delgado Studio
111 SW 3rd ST, 7th Floor,
Miami, Florida 33130
Webpage Link
Cost: FREE

It is now time to celebrate the closing of the Miami Art Week/Basel Edition of the MiamiMixer, which tasked 9 aritsts to tackle what it means to be a hero. Please join us for a wine and cheese reception. We have Sandra Carrillo & Pablo Hrodrich making their Miami gallery debut. Both having participated in Projeto Suzano, a traveling entourage of Brazilian cultural ambassadors, all of whom currently reside in, or near Suzano (São Paulo, Brazil).
Featured Artists
Wesly Alvarez
Giselle Barroso
Sandra Carrillo
Mark Gonzalez
Pablo Hrodrich
Helen Kagan
Nora Meyer
Julie Ross
Shirah Stern

Free parking on site in Downtown Miami!

InsideOut2 Showroom Presents Arthur Collection During Art Basel Week 12/4/14

InsideOut2 Showroom Presents Arthur Collection During Art Basel Week
Thursday, 12/04/2014 – 07:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Arthur-Thursday-Event-InviteInsideOut2 Showroom
4100 NE Second Avenue, Suite 104,
Miami, Florida 33137
Webpage Link
Cost: Free

Join us for cocktails and entertainment at Inside Out’s Miami Design District showroom for an evening filled with art and design to celebrate Art Basel. Artworks by Lebo. Exclusive contemporary luxury line Arthur Collection will be showcasing its newest furniture pieces. The event will take place Thursday, December 4 from 7-11 p.m.

Art Beat Miami 12/4/14 -12/6/14

Art Beat Miami
Thursday, 12/04/2014 – 12/06/2014 06:00 pm – 09:00 pm
Invite-Art_Beat_ReceptionLittle Haiti Cultural Center
212 – 260 NE 59 Terrace,
Miami, Florida 33137
Webpage Link
Cost: Free

Art Beat Miami is an experience of art, cultural exchange, food & music inspired by Haiti and artists worldwide. During Art Basel Week, the Little Haiti Community invite you to discover multidisciplinary works of art by internationally recognized artists including renowned Haitian painter Jude Papaloko and sculptor James Mastin at the Little Haiti Cultural Center, Caribbean Marketplace and local galleries throughout the Northeast Second Avenue corridor. Enjoy LIVE music, food, mural exhibitions, special events, and conversations with artists.

December 4-6, 2014

December 4th 6:00 – 9:00 pm
December 5-6th 11:00 am – 9:00 pm

Little Haiti Cultural Center Complex 212-260 NE 59th Terrace, Miami, FL 33137

Arts & Crafts World Market 12/6/14

Arts & Crafts World Market
Saturday, 12/06/2014 – 12/06/2014 04:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Cauley-Square-Arts-and-Crafts-World-MarketCauley Square
22400 Old Dixie Hwy,
Miami, Florida 33170
Webpage Link
Cost: Free

You can visit on that day all the permanent shops that are in the Cauley Square Art district. “Who ART These People?” Studio/Gallery is going to be open to the public the entire day, showing great artwork from Edin Gutierrez, Alejandra Goldberg, Amanda Linares, Dennys Heredia and many more. We are offering a 30% off on selected merchandise. Come and join us that special day and you might be able to find great gifts for your family and friends for the special Holidays. Also you may find special antiques at great prices at our Studio/Gallery. Located in Cauley Square at 12365 SW 224 St. #14, Miami, Fl 33170. Contact numbers: (786) 487-8998 and (786) 488-1664. Alejandra and Edin.

Mana Contemporary Inaugural Miami Art Fair 12/2/14 – 12/7/14

Mana Contemporary Inaugural Miami Art Fair
mana-12-01-14December 2nd – 7th, 2014
Preview Hours: December 2nd, 5:30pm – 10:00pm (by invitation only)
Public Hours: December 3rd – 6th, 10:00am – 9:00pm
December 7th, 10:00am – 5:00pm
Mana Miami
318 NW 23rd Street
Miami, FL 33127
Free shuttle buses provided to and from Mana Miami, Art Miami, and Art Basel Miami Beach.

Forward-thinking and unique, the inaugural Mana Miami art fair presents a dynamic agenda of exhibitions, conversations, and events organized by Mana Contemporary. Held at Mana’s Wynwood campus, a 140,000-square-foot facility that covers 22 acres, the fair offers collectors a diverse roster of programming that echoes the art organization’s commitment to the creative process.

Mana Miami includes three distinct displays: Mana Monumental, a selection of large-scale works by artists who have a studio in, exhibited at, or are otherwise connected to Mana; GLE at Mana, recent projects from the celebrated screen-printing studio Gary Lichtenstein Editions; and Dirty Geometry, a survey of twenty-three Latin American artists who reject traditional geometric style in favor of a playful, erotic ethos. Daily roundtable discussions, called Mana Sessions, explore themes such as alternative museum pedagogy, the evolution of independent art publications, and social media-driven shifts in aesthetic perception. An exclusive VIP Lounge doubles as a rendezvous for guests to connect with participating artists. Conceived as an alternative to the traditional art fair model, Mana Miami explores the making process of a contemporary art community that is at once relevant, progressive, and profound.

Mana Sessions include:
Wednesday, December 3
3PM: A Dialogue About the Creation of the i feel ya exhibition
Moderator: Andrew Bevan, Style Features Director, Teen Vogue
Paula Wallace, president and co-founder, SCAD
André 3000 Benjamin, artist
Greg Brunkalla, new media director

Thursday, December 4
10AM: Perpetual Syncretism: Rail(s) in Dialogue
Phong Bui, publisher and editor-in-chief, The Brooklyn Rail
Cameron Gainer, artist and publisher, The Third Rail
Nina Johnson-Milewski, publisher and founder, The Miami Rail
2PM: This Is What I’d Tell You If We Were Alone: A View of Alternative Pedagogy
Moderator: Jarrett Earnest, artist and writer, The Brooklyn Rail and SFAQ
Andrea Arrubla, artist and facility manager, Bruce High Quality Foundation University (BHQFU)
Sean J Patrick Carney, comedian and staff member, BHQFU
Joe Kay, artist and events director, BHQFU
Josh Lawson, artist, BHQFU
Friday, December 5
12PM: Dirty Geometry Roundtable
Moderator: Osvaldo Romberg, artist and curator, Dirty Geometry
Cecilia Fajardo-Hill, art historian and curator
Pablo León de la Barra, curator, Latin America, Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative
5PM: 24/7: Formal Strategies for Addressing Perception in a Digital Age
Alex Bacon, curator
Anna-Sophie Berger, artist
Jamian Juliano-Villani, artist
Harrison Tenzer, curator
Torey Thornton, artist

Saturday, December 6
2PM: Identifications: A Discussion About Non-Conformity, Labeling, and Forms of Identity
Presented by: Witches of Bushwick
Moderator: C. Finley, artist
Alli Coates, artist
Hayden Dunham, artist
Abel Macias, artist
James Moore, artist
Signe Pierce, artist
Ilana Savdie, artist

Founded in 2011, Mana Contemporary is a leading arts destination dedicated to celebrating the creative process. Headquartered in Jersey City, it unites artists’ studios, exhibition spaces, and ancillary services in a single location, facilitating conversation and collaboration among its burgeoning creative community. Together with its sister campuses in Chicago and Miami, Mana serves as a lively center for all members of the art world. Visitors receive unparalleled access to all projects occurring within each space’s lively interior, and experience a range of art-making techniques and presentations first-hand. A transparent, comprehensive hub of creativity, Mana offers a profound, personal approach to contemporary art. For more information, visit www.manacontemporary.com

Image: Urs Fischer, Fireplace, 2014.

Bridge the Dutch Pavilion 12/2/14 12/7/14

Bridge the Dutch Pavilion
Sunday, 12/02/2014 – 12/07/2014 10:00 am – 08:00 pm
Bridge-Walls-Eblast_FINALBridge The Dutch Pavilion
93 NE 40th Street,
Miami, Florida 33137
Webpage Link
Cost: Free

Bridge the Dutch Pavilion, a collaborative project featuring world class Dutch and International artists, is returning to Art Basel for its second year. The exhibit located in the Miami Design District runs from Tuesday, December 2 – Sunday, December 7, 2014. Bridge is working directly with the Consulate General of the Netherlands in New York to produce a “satellite fair” that highlights the cultural collaborations and contributions of the Dutch during Art Basel Miami 2014.

The works chosen for this exhibition invite the viewer to explore the parallels between Art and Design by intentionally blurring the lines between the two. This unique display presents work by Dutch and International contemporary artists and designers in the field of graphic design and fine arts. A collaborative project in nature, Kallenbach Gallery and Andenken, two of the most respected galleries in the Netherlands provided curatorial support. This satellite art fair is produced by Catapult [13], a Miami-based design firm. Bridge continues to showcase the extensive art and design talent of the Netherlands.

On Thursday, December 4, 2014 from 7pm-11pm a culmination of the collaborative work of the Dutch artists and their peers will be celebrated at the exhibition in the Design District. In true celebratory form, the evening will feature a DJ, libations and an artful-minded community.

In addition to the exhibition, two mural will be featured in Wynwood at 2045 NW 1st Avenue and 121 NW 24th Street.

Dutch Artists: Wayne Horse / Graphic Surgery / OVNI/ Erosie / SIT / X-0 / Raymond Lemstra / Rocco Pezzella / Lennard Schuurmans / Siard Bijkersma / Joram Roukes / Stefan Glerum / Silas / Sigrid Calon

International Contemporary Artists: Amanda Marie / Hyuro / Deedee Cheriel / Rodrigo ‘Rodwas’ Londono / Spencer Keeton Cunningham

This program is supported as part of the Dutch Culture USA program by the Royal Netherlands Embassy in Washington, D.C., and sponsored by the Miami Design District and Impress Media.

Blink Group Booth #709 at Spectrum Miami Art Fair during Art Basel Miami 2014 12/3/14 – 12/7/14

Booth #709 Spectrum Miami Art Fair, Art Basel Miami 2014
Wednesday, 12/03/2014 – 12/07/2014 06:00 pm – 10:00 pm
SMIA14-VIP-pass-JPEGSpectrum Miami
3011 NE 1st Ave, at NE 30th St.,
Miami, Florida 33137
Facebook Link
Cost: Free w/ VIP Pass on Facebook

BlinkGroup Gallery is proud to announce our participation in the Spectrum Miami Art Show during Art Basel 2014, at the Wynwood Arts District, from December 3rd through December 7th. BlinkGroup Gallery will be located in Booth #709, adjacent to center court.

This is an exciting opportunity for collectors and art enthusiasts to view unique works by fifteen of BlinkGroup’s stand-out urban and contemporary artists, established and emerging right here in South Florida. BlinkGroup’s booth will be a showcase of contemporary, new media, urban and fine art works, immersing collectors and art enthusiasts in current works and connecting them with local artists.

ARTECHO by TECHO 12/2/14 – 12/7/14

Tuesday, 12/02/2014 – 12/07/2014 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
Between 32nd and 31st St. NE 1st Ave.,
Miami, Florida 33137
Webpage Link
Cost: Free

Come and join us in our annual art exhibition that aims to raise funds for TECHO’s projects in Latin America. This year, over 30 distinguished photographers have joined us in our efforts to eradicate poverty with one-of-a-kind photo donations which will be auctioned during Art Basel in Midtown.

Online bidding available from Nov 29 at 12pm EST

Main Sponsors: The Knight Foundation, Alliance, Speedqueen, FedEx, Paddle 8, Midtown Opportunities, Diario Las Américas, Eventstar, Goldman Sachs, Miami Chamber of Commerce, Cable Design and Platform.

Calendar of activities: ARTECHO will host a series of activities that will make the tent more exciting than ever:

Monday, Nov. 24-27th
Live art installation by Miami-based artist GG 3pm

Monday, Dec. 1st
ARTECHO Private Reception hosted by Bacardi 7–11pm

Tuesday, Dec. 2nd
Photography exhibition open to the public 11 am – 11 pm
Talks on social inclusion 3–5 pm
-Penny Nolan, FIU Lecturer and Audiovisual Specialist: “Photography as a bear witness” – How photography has a great responsibility in showing the reality of world issues. 3 pm
-Scott Weber from the Nuru Project: “Photojournalism’s impact on Social Change” 4:30pm

Wednesday, Dec. 3rd
Photography exhibition open to the public 11 am – 7pm
Open to the public: Special exhibition by BeArt 7 –11 pm

Thursday, Dec. 4th
Photography exhibition open to the public 11 am – 11pm

Friday, Dec. 5th
Photography exhibition open to the public 11 am – 7pm
Private cocktail by Alliance 7 –11 pm

Saturday, Dec. 6th
Fair and photography exhibition open to the public 11 am – 11 pm

Sunday, Dec. 7th
Fair and photography exhibition open to the public 11 am – 7 pm

For more information go to www.techo.org/artecho or contact [email protected]

Art Africa Miami Arts Fair 12/4/14 – 12/6/14

Art Africa Miami Arts Fair
Thursday, 12/04/2014 – 12/06/2014 11:00 am – 07:00 pm
philippe-dodard-2The Carver Building
801 NW 3rd Avenue,
Miami, Florida 33136
Webpage Link
Cost: Free

It’s an explosion of arts and culture sure to sate any art lover. Art Africa Miami Arts Fair is a juried multidisciplinary exhibition of fine contemporary art from the global African Diaspora. The central idea of Art Africa Miami is to present an array of visual works that pay homage to the centrality of Africa and its descendants contribution to the modern art world. From canvas to sculpture to ways of expression you have yet to see. Come experience Art Africa Miami.

Art Africa Miami Arts Fair Set To Weave Art and Culture Into The Fabric Of The #HistoricOvertown Cultural Movement 12/3/14

Art Africa Miami Arts Fair Set To Weave Art and Culture Into The Fabric Of The #HistoricOvertown Cultural Movement
Wednesday, 12/03/2014 – 07:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Opening-Night-ReceptionAAMAFCarver Building
801 NW 3rd Ave,
Miami, Florida 33136
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Cost: Free

Art Africa Miami Arts Fair(AAMAF)-Contemporary Art Fair-Celebrating Creative Expressions of underground, emerging and established artists whose artwork promises to engage and inspire the diverse audiences in town for Art Basel 2014
Dates of AAMAF -December 3-7, 2014
Produced by :The Urban Collective
Sponsored by: City of Miami Commissioner Keon Hardemon & Southeast Parkwest Overtown Community Redevelopment Agency
Schedule of Events, please visit www.artafricamiamifari.com

Art Africa Miami Arts Fair Set To Weave Art and Culture Into The Fabric Of The #HistoricOvertown Cultural Movement

#HistoricOvertownSoulBasel Is The Cultural Epicenter of Cultural Influence For Arts, Culture and Music

Miami, Fl-November 18, 2014-The Urban Collective continues to invigorate the cultural landscape of the Historic Overtown community with the anticipation of this year’s 2014 Art Africa Miami Arts Fair(AAMAF), taking place December 3-7, 2014 at 801 NW 3rd Ave, Miami, Fl 33136. The AAMAF remains relevant in its 4th year, and continues to push boundaries, leading the way for innovation, creativity and inclusion of some of the top art artist influencers of the African and Caribbean Diaspora. The Art Africa Arts Fair  is funded by the Southeast Overtown/ Park West Community Redevelopment Agency This year’s fair falls under the marketing campaign and moniker of #HistoricOvertownSoulBasel and was orchestrated by The Urban Collective’s CEO, Neil Hall, as a collaborative partnership between the City of Miami Commissioner Keon Hardemon, Southeast Overtown Parkwest Community Redevelopment Agency and the Black Archives of art cultural offerings throughout Overtown during Art Basel in December. #HistoricOvertownSoulBasel celebrates Overtown’s music, art and cultural vibe. The Urban Collective is a social conscious design, art and culture lifestyle brand created to inform, inspire and engage underserved communities in the power of the arts to transform their environment.

In 2011, visionary, architect and creator of AAMAF, Neil Hall launched the inaugural AAMAF that showcased engaging and thought provoking art that served a continuum of the Black, Caribbean, social, political, hip hop artistic strand that spoke to the Black presence missing from the Art Basel script. The AAMAF narrative has ignited a spark in the urban art community resulting in the creation of art fairs like Prizm, Kroma, Fusion Mia, Global Caribbean and Multitudes added to this cultural revolution. The wave of celebrations continues with the appointment of Babacar M’Bow as the Director of MOCA North Miami and also the Greater Miami Convention and Visitor’s Bureau’s Cultural Department’s marketing campaign Art of Black Miami. This years location for AAMAF was make possible by a partnership with the Mt. Zion Developments, Incorporated.

“This year’s effort continues to sustain the dynamic discourse of the AAMAF narrative and artistic strands of Black and Caribbean culture revolution”, boldly stated by cultural influencer, Neil Hall.

“Art, music, dance, and culture once reflected the vibrancy of the Overtown community. The Art Africa Arts Fair assists Historic Overtown in highlighting such a rich history while ensuring it participates in the blossoming of a new era of excellence,” stated by District 5, City of Miami Commissioner Keon Hardemon.
“All across the country, art has been a catalyst for the rebirth of communities that have been disinvested,” said Clarence Woods, SEOPW CRA Executive Director “ We see Art Africa as one of the sparks that will help to light the flames of economic prosperity here in Overtown.

AAMAF opens Wednesday, December 3, 2014 with a reception from 7pm-10pm,immediately following the opening night of #HistoricOvertownSoulBasel: A Celebration of Art, Music that will showcase the works of the late Overtown artist Purvis Young at the Lyric Theatre. The AAMAF gallery opens daily from 11am-7pm.

Other cultural offerings during the fair include a live mural being curated by Kyle Holbrook, CEO of Moving Lives of Kids Community Mural Project; artist’s talks produced by Caribbean-American intellectual, Dr. Carol Boyce Davies and Soul Basel Brunch and Conversation.

Media inquiries and interviews please call Harris Public Relations at 786.897.8854 or email: [email protected]

About The Urban Collective

The Urban Collective is a social conscious design, art and culture lifestyle brand created to inform, inspire and engage underserved communities in the power of the arts to transform their environment. Our brand emerged as one of the new urban lifestyle boutiques located in Miami’s Midtown on N. Miami Ave in 2004 and continues to support the work of these artisans through our partnership and collaboration with a number of non-profit organizations including Global Partners for Development, Aid to Artisans, League of Artisans and NEST, which is dedicated to changing the lives of women artisans by giving them small loans to build and maintain art or craft-based businesses. We proudly support the work of artisans who design, fabricate and offer our patrons a collection of beautiful products that marries the raw authenticity of African craftsmanship with the sleekness of modernity.

The Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation Announces Impulse, Reason, Sense, Conflict. Abstract Art From The Ella Fontanals-Cisneros Collection 12/3/14 – 12/7/14

The Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation Announces Impulse, Reason, Sense, Conflict. Abstract Art From The Ella Fontanals-Cisneros Collection
Wednesday, 12/03/2014 – 09:00 am – 04:00 pm
ArtCIFO | Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation
1018 North Miami Avenue,
Miami, Florida 33136
Webpage Link
Cost: Free

The exhibit will open on December 3rd to coincide with Art Basel Miami Beach 2014

Impulse, Reason, Sense, Conflict. Abstract Art from the Ella Fontanals-Cisneros Collection attempts to focus on the typical features of abstraction that still permeate in art production today and define it as a movement instead of an aesthetic category. The exhibit is divided in five areas: Abstract Impulses is dedicated to the crisis in representation and the rupture in mimetic representation. Laboratory of Reason refers to the questioning of the nature, essence and even the existence of art. Uncommon Senses relates to the integration and crossover of other mediums and other art forms that required the use of multiple senses, both from its makers and art’s viewers. Spatial Conflicts touches on Abstraction as a radical change in the conception of spatiality. The last section Expanded Field deals with many artists’ experimentation with non-traditional media like photography, film and collage. This group of works will only exist in a separate form in the catalogue. In the exhibition space they will be presented within the other curatorial groupings.

The exhibition includes 101 pieces by 72 artists from different generations and latitudes, who share their interpretations and philosophies of abstraction. This exhibit will also be the first CIFO exhibit curated by the foundation itself.

Art Basel Miami Beach hours:
December 3, 4, 6, 7 | 9am – 4pm
Please join us for Breakfast from 9am – Noon

Art and Environment Conversation At The Miami River Art Fair 12/6/14

Art and Environment Conversation At The Miami River Art Fair
Saturday, 12/06/2014 – 04:00 pm – 06:00 pm
insj-invitacion-26James L Knight Center
400 SE 2nd Avenue,
Miami, Florida 33131
Cost: Free

INSJ will be hosting a Art + Environment: An Interview with Ruben Santurian and Nina Torres; with art critic, Adriana Herrera. The conversation will be a reflection on the relationship between art, social communication and the ecological interaction that links human beings, their means of production, creativity and the environment as a whole.

Shifting the Paradigm 12/2/14

Shifting the Paradigm
Tuesday, 12/02/2014 – 07:00 pm – 09:00 pm
770 NE 125th Street,
North Miami, Florida 33161
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Cost: $25 non-member

The show, Shifting the Paradigm is designed to tear down aging but still prevalent concepts surrounding the creation, consumption and interpretation of contemporary art. Join our curator, Nkiru Nzegwu, and the Museum Of Contemporary Art(MOCA) team as we journey through the mind and art work of renown artist George Edozie. We hope to see you at this opening reception that is sure to please.

Artist Dale Chihuly Book Signing and Panel 12/6/14

Artist Dale Chihuly Book Signing and Panel
Saturday, 12/06/2014 – 12:00 pm – 02:00 pm
Dale-Chihuly-Denver-Botanic-GardensFairchild Tropical Botanic Garden
10901 Old Cutler Road,
Coral Gables, Florida 33156
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Cost: $25 for adults, $18 for seniors 65 and up, and $12 for children 6-17. Free for Fairchild members and children 5 and under.

Join celebrated writers, architects, and curators for a panel discussion titled “At the Intersection of Art and Landscape” about the new Chihuly glass art exhibition at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden. Following the panel is a book signing with Dale Chihuly from 1:00-2:00 p.m. Books are available for purchase.

ArtPalmBeach 1/22/15

Wednesday, 01/22/2015 – 01/25/2015 12:00 pm – 07:00 pm
ArtPB_027-lo-resThe Palm Beach County Convention Center
650 Okeechobee Boulevard,
West Palm Beach, Florida 33401
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Cost: One day pass: $15 in advance, $20 at the door Multi-day pass: $20 in advance, $25 at the door

ArtPalmBeach is internationally renowned as the premiere mid-winter contemporary art fair on Florida’s Gold Coast by both art critics and enthusiasts. Celebrating its 18th year, it is Palm Beach County’s longest running fair dedicated to contemporary, emerging, and modern master works of art of the 20th and 21st centuries. Over 85 international galleries will be exhibiting paintings, sculpture, as well as functional and innovative design. Video, new technologies, performance art, art installations have become a unique feature offering collectors exposure to today’s emerging art trends.

Graphite to Gigabytes Premieres at Scope Miami 12/3/14-12/7/14

Graphite to Gigabytes Premieres at Scope Miami
Wednesday, 12/03/2014 – 12/07/2014 11:00 am – 08:00 pm
longsharpgalleryScope Miami Booth D25
910 Ocean Drive,
Miami Beach, Florida 33130
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Long-Sharp Gallery presents a survey that explores materiality and pop culture with “Graphite to Gigabytes” – a new exhibit at SCOPE Miami Beach during Art Basel. Whether applying pencil to paper, sanding down lines of steel, repurposing found objects, bending light or incorporating digital media, the chosen means of communication is integral to each artist’s personal vision in this exhibit. Parallel themes of celebrity and culture are especially compelling in this context at SCOPE Art Fair, which for a second year will be taking place on glossy oceanfront of Miami Beach.
“Graphite to Gigabytes” will be on view at Booth D25 at SCOPE tents between 9th and 10th Streets at 910 Ocean Drive. The VIP and Press Preview takes place on December 2, and the fair will be open to the public from Wednesday, December 3 to Sunday, December 7.

The Modern Utopia at MO Bar and Lounge 12/4/14-12/7/14

The Modern Utopia at MO Bar and Lounge
Thursday, 12/04/2014 – 12/07/2014 11:30 am – 12:00 am
MO Bar + Lounge
500 Brickell Key Dr,
miami, Florida 33131
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Mandarin Oriental, Miami welcomes guests to enjoy contemporary Asian art at a special exhibition titled “The Modern Utopia” during the prestigious Art Basel Miami Beach between December 4-7, 2014. Making its debut in MO Bar + Lounge, the exhibition celebrates the hotel’s Asian roots and reflects the expanding cultural interest and influence of eastern art.