Opening Reception MiamiMixer Out of the Blue 10/16/14

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Opening Reception MiamiMixer Out of the Blue
Thursday, 10/16/2014 – 06:30 pm – 09:30 pm
outoftheblue_flyerEleazar Delgado Studio
111 SW 3rd ST, 7th Floor,
Miami, Florida 33130
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Cost: Free

Out of the Blue : an unexpected event

We welcome a fresh batch of artists to our roster and introduce a couple of brand new to the Miami market at the Miamixer, held at Eleazar Delgado Studio.

Featured Artists

Leticia Banegas – Lives and works in Honduras, making her Miami debut

Gianna DiBartolomeo – Accomplished painter, Miami based

Hilma Koelman – Dutch artist residing in Miami

Patricia Basiliades Lovay – Argentinan, living in Miami

Vinicio Ramirez – Everglades Photographer, making his Miami gallery debut

Eladio Ramos – Lives and works in Columbia

Josephine Reyes – Film & Photography, Miami

Shirah Stern – Photography, Miami

Ralph Ventura – Miami-based Cuban American photographer

Free parking on site in Downtown Miami!

Trunk Show/Craft Fair/Bazaar 11/8/14

Trunk Show/Craft Fair/Bazaar
Saturday, 11/08/2014 – 01:30 pm – 05:30 pm
346 SE 5th Ave
346 SE 5th Ave,
Delray Beach, Florida 33483
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Cost: Free, Tables available for $25

Sip and stroll, refreshments served. Browse and shop a variety of table vendors: Jewelry, Clothing, Home goods, Pet items, Crocheted and handmade items, wine and more. Free to attend. Tables available for $25. Free parking on Fed. Hwy and in large grass lot.

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Photographs of Mary Brickell Art Festival on 9/18/14

Mary Brickell Art Festival during Dwntwn Art Days on Thursday, September 18, 2014.

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FAT Village R.E.D. Show premieres Victor-Hugo Vaca Jr’s Hypocrisy of Philanthropy 9/27/14

FAT Village R.E.D. Show premieres Victor-Hugo Vaca Jr’s “Hypocrisy of Philanthropy”
Saturday, 09/27/2014 – 07:00 pm – 01:00 am
Jolly-Couple-2006_2014C&I Studios F.A.T. Village Fort Lauderdale
541 N.W. 1st Avenue,
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301
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Cost: FREE

MAVERICK ARTIST VICTOR-HUGO WILL MAKE A SPECIAL APPEARANCE TO PREMIERE, “THE HYPOCRISY OF PHILANTHROPHY”, IN SUPPORT OF SICKLE CELL AWARENESS
Acclaimed Contemporary Abstract Expressionist, Victor-Hugo Vaca Jr to premiere his most recently completed work of art entitled, “The Hypocrisy of Philanthropy” for sale to benefit The Sickle Cell Natural Wellness Group. A sure-to-be highlight of the F.A.T. Village Artwalk, C&I Studios @ 541 N.W. 1st Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, hosts “The R.E.D. Show” Saturday, September 27th, from 7pm-1am.
The Maverick Artist Victor-Hugo, known for his provocative social activism, will take the stage to discuss the need for society to practice compassionate wealth. His exhibition will include, “The Jolly Couple”, available for preview and purchase, with proceeds to benefit SCNWG, to help those with sickle cell anemia.
Meet the artist labeled by experts as one of the most important contemporary art voices of our time; the artist Fox News called “The Modern-day Andy Warhol” and ABC’s Club TV dubbed, “The Howard Stern of the Art World”. See the video collaboration of Neal Fox (CBS, Sony) & Maverick Artist Victor-Hugo that premiered during the Winter Music Conference (WMC). The evening’s festivities include a Fashion Show, more fabulous art and Beverage concessions. September is Sickle Cell Awareness Month.

The R.E.D. Show at F.A.T. Village’s Art Walk 9/27/14

The R.E.D. Show at F.A.T. Village’s Art Walk
Saturday, 09/27/2014 – 07:00 pm – 01:00 am
10609371_695119327204243_180087953_nC&I Studios
C&I Studios 541 NW 1st Ave, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301,
541 NW 1st Ave, Florida 33065
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Cost: Free

September is National Sickle Cell Awareness month. In honor of those who struggle with the affects of Sickle Cell Disease the Sickle Cell Natural Wellness Group (SCNWG) in association with C&I Studios is proud to present “The R.E.D. Show”. This event is in honor of Sickle Cell awareness, those living with or caring for someone with SCD as well as those who have passed away due to Sickle Cell Anemia. The R.E.D. Show is a celebration of life and natural wellness. This year marks the third annual fundraiser presented by SCNWG to promote education, healthy living, social awareness and charitable donations for those impacted by Sickle Cell Anemia.

The R.E.D show will be hosted by C&I Studios, on Saturday, September 27th from 7:00pm-1:00am; located in Fat Village home to Ft. Lauderdale’s booming Art Walk. More than 1,000 patrons come out the enjoy the arts and festivities.

Highlights of the night: Art show opening and cocktail hour at 7pm. With an opening of poetry by Renda Writer and Victoria Jasmine Vance. The fashion show at 9pm will include designs by; GVB & MKDesigns, Katrina’s Caribbean Creations, EvaMichelle Designs, KDG Designs, and Accessories by Stephanie Zapata & Cosmic Reality Shungite Store. (Colors represented: Red, Green, Blue)

Live Music By, Montage & Pocket Full Of Lollipops

Spinning through the night DJ Tonx & DJ Claude

Acclaimed Contemporary Abstract Expressionist, Victor-Hugo Vaca Jr to premiere his most recently completed work of art entitled, “The Hypocrisy of Philanthropy” for sale to benefit The Sickle Cell Natural Wellness Group The R.E.D. Show will be filled with exclusive live art for sale, poetry, DJ performances, fashion, wellness awareness, food, drinks, live musical performances, and and food trucks. With vendors of all kinds, keep a look out for giveaways, raffles, massage therapy and much more! We are still accepting sponsors, volunteers, and vendors.

Artists:
Louie Diamondz
Monica Hernandez
Gregory Dirr
Rolby Perez
Autumn Swift
Chase Vreeland
Shane Watt
Devon Saccomanno
Hadar Pitchman
Renda Writer
Sable Macon
Omar Malcom
Jamaal The Visualist
Kelcie Mquaid
Stefanie Caro
Fancis Marquez
Maverick Victor-Hugo

Special Thanks To:
C&I Studios
Thought Coalition
Healing Blends
Jennifer Ashley
PrintDirr
AtruMovement
Niether Zine
Katrina’s Caribbean Creations
Global Village Brand & MK Designs
EvaMichelle Designs
NFLifestyle
KDG Designs
Whole Foods Coral Springs
Orrington Jewelers
Silk Sensations Floral Arrangements
& Many More

Mary Brickell Village Art Fair 9/19/14

Mary Brickell Village Art Fair
Friday, 09/19/2014 – 09/21/2014 11:00 am – 08:00 am
MBV-ARTS-FESTIVAL-POSTER-1Mary Brickell Village Arts Festival
901 S Miami Ave,,
Miami, Florida 33130
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Cost: free

A special invitation for those with a serious passion for ART! The shops of Mary Brickell Village, BlinkGroup Gallery & DowntownMiami.com presents Mary Brickell Arts Festival! Join us in celebrating emerging and established fine artists in the heart of Miami’s world renounced vibrant at scene.
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Friday&Saturday-11:00am-8:00pm
Sunday- Noon-5:00pm

Fridge Art Fair Miami: De Staatliches Bauhaus Rijpe Mango Editie

Fridge Art Fair Miami: De Staatliches Bauhaus Rijpe Mango Editie 12/4/14
spudzThursday, 12/04/2014 – 12/09/2014, 12:01 pm – 09:01 pm
3rd Street Garage: An Art Space
300 SW 12th Ave
Miami, FL 33130
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Entry Fee: $10

Press and VIP Preview December 4, 2-10 pm.
Fridge Art Fair Returns to Little Havana for Art Basel Miami Week
Fridge Art Fair is pleased to announce that its second Miami edition will take place at the 3rd Street Garage Artspace, 300 SW 12th Avenue, Miami with additional presentations at a legendary Little Havana location, Ball & Chain (http://www.ballandchainmiami.com/) December 4 – 9, 2014, thanks to major sponsorship by the Barlington Group and returning media sponsor Arte Fuse. Once again, Founding Director Eric Ginsburg, a noted painter in his own right (mainly for his soulful portraits of dogs), will lead the Fridge team.

“People should not be afraid to go and see art, and it should not cost a fortune,’ said Ginsburg. “I want people to be happy, we want everyone from all walks of life to come to this fair and say, ‘that was really cool!’” In that spirit he has subtitled this edition “De Staatliches Bauhaus Rijpe Mango Editie,” explaining:
“In Hinduism, Lord Ganesha holds a perfectly ripe mango as a symbol of the potential for perfection. The mango is a tropical icon, a fruit of love. Pure, but sexy…like Miami!”

Cara Hunter Viera of Fridge will produce the Fair and NYC based curator, writer and dealer Linda DiGusta, co-director of Fridge 2014 in New York, stays on the team as curatorial consultant.

Fridge Art Fair was born on New York’s Lower East Side in May 2013, making it’s debut – under the tagline “Can you fit into the Fridge?” — at Kazuko Miyamoto’s small but storied storefront, Gallery OneTwentyEight. The inaugural Miami show was presented at the somewhat more spacious Pax, on Calle Ocho. On March 31st 2014, Fridge was displaced from its expanded Lower East Side venue by the Dept. of Buildings closure of the historic and beloved Angel Orensanz Center, but was able to rebound and open as planned on May 8 and present an innovative, successful fair (including large-scale installations, a video lounge curated by Jeanne Wilkinson, and a Ferrari, presented by Dorian Grey Gallery, painted by John “Crash” Matos) at a 7,000 sf waterfront venue in Long Island City thanks to major sponsorship from Plaxall. With a loyal following of presenting galleries, organizations and artists, Fridge is growing while retaining its character as an intimate, accessible and enjoyable event.

Barlington Group was founded by Bill Fuller and Martin Pinilla II, in Miami Florida in June 2004, as an urban development company committed to revitalizing neighborhoods within Miami’s urban core. Since inception, Barlington Group has acquired, developed, and managed commercial projects with a value exceeding $50 million. Projects have focused on asset repositioning, ranging from multi-family, retail, office, and mixed use buildings. The company currently operates 100 plus multi-family units and more than 400,000 sqft of retail and office space in 13 retail and mixed-use centers. The company is also invested in retail, entertainment, and hospitality ventures. The core mission of the company is to have fun creating unique places to live, work, and play.http://www.barlingtongroup.com/company.html

Arte Fuse is a contemporary online art magazine featuring news, openings, events, galleries, studio visits and art reviews. Visiting as many shows and artist’s studios as possible, the publication offers readers a curated perspective of the art scene with special focus on New York. The magazine was founded by Jamie Martinez, Publisher and CEO, in 2008. http://artefuse.com/
More about Fridge on the Fair website, FridgeArtFair.com.

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