Sunday, December 10, 2017

Women Artists
Showing at Art Basel Miami Beach

It's Miami Art Week and there will be some twenty art fairs large and small showing in Miami and Miami Beach. Miami Art Week is December 4-10, 2017. The biggest draw and the largest is Art Basel Miami Beach. It's located at the Miami Beach Convention Center (under construction and a traffic mess). It's a very big art fair. Below are a few artworks created by women artists with most of the works produced in 2017.


Cindy Sherman
Spruth Mangers - Berlin - London - Los Angeles



Barbara Kruger
Mary Boone Gallery - New York



Lesley Vance



Louise Fishman
Cheim and Read - New York



Saschs Raunig
Foxy Production - New York



Paulina Olowska
Simon Lee Gallery - New York - London - Hong Kong



Sandra Gamarra
Galeria Leme - Sao Paulo, Brazil



Michele Abeles
47 Canal - New York



Sally Mann



Lucie Stahl
Freedman Fitzpatrick - Los Angeles


Koichi Enomoto
Taro Nasu - Tokyo, Japan


Lita Albuquerque
Kohn Gallery - Los Angeles



Loie Hollowell
Pace Gallery - New York



Dora Longo Bahia
Vermelho - Sao Paulo, Brasil



Art Basel Miami Beach
December 7 - 10, 2017
Miami Beach Convention Center
1901 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach, 33139

ADMISSION
Day Ticket $50 if purchased online, $60 on-site
Permanent Ticket $120 if purchased online, $130 on-site
Students and Seniors with ID, and Groups of ten or more $30
Combination Ticket for Art Basel and Design Miami $65 if purchased online, $75 on-site
Purchase Tickets Online

PUBLIC HOURS
Thursday, December 7th, 3pm - 8pm
Friday, December 8th, Noon - 8pm
Saturday, December 9th, Noon - 8pm
Sunday, December 10th, Noon - 6pm

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Saturday, December 2, 2017

Pulse Miami Beach
Don't Miss This Art Fair

As we head into Miami Art Week we look forward to one of our favorite art fairs, Pulse Miami Beach. With more than 1200 galleries from around the world bringing art to Miami and Miami Beach, Pulse continues to be our favorite year after year. Why, because the galleries showing at Pulse are very solid and well respected galleries. The offer us great artists that have mastered their techniques and have proven they deserve to be on the big stag of Miami Art Week.

Here's a preview of what you'll see at Pulse Miami Beach.

Maysey Craddoc
David Lusk Gallery / Nashville & Memphis, TN


Dean Monogenis
Vik Muniz
Rena Bransten Gallery / San Francisco


Kleinveld and Julien
Jonathan Ferrara Gallery / New Orleans


Zaria Forman
Winston Wachter Fine Art / Seattle & New York


Alex Ebstein
Victori+Mo / Brooklyn


Amjad Faur
PDX Contemporary Art / Portland, OR


Andy Dixon
Beers London / London


Todd Lanam


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PULSE Miami Beach/
December 7 - 10, 2017
ndian Beach Park
4601 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33140
https://www.pulseartfair.com/

ADMISSION
General Admission: Online $25
Students and Seniors $15
Multi-Pass (4 Day) $40
Young Collectors Cocktails (includes 4 day admission) $50
Tickets Available Online

PUBLIC HOURS
Thursday, December 7th, 1pm - 5pm
    Young Collectors Cocktails 5pm - 7pm
    requires a Young Collectors Cocktails ticket
Friday, December 8th, 10am - 7pm
Saturday, December 9th, 10am - 7pm
    Miami Mornings: 10am - 12pm Free for Miami-Dade County Residents
Sunday, December 10th, 10am - 5pm
    Miami Mornings: 10am - 12pm Free for Miami-Dade County Residents

EVENTS
* VIP Private Preview Brunch: Thursday, December 7th from 10am-1pm; VIP only opening.
* Young Collectors Cocktails: Thursday, December 7th from 5pm-7pm;
Ticketed evening kick-off event featuring special performances and refreshments.

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Friday, December 1, 2017

Art Basel Miami Beach
Free Public Art


The costs of visiting Miami and Miami Beach for Art Week add up quickly. However, there are many free art events worth enjoying. Here's a breakdown some of the free public events hosted by Art Basel Miami Beach this year.

Public Sector:
Philipp Kaiser curates the sector for the first time.

Kaiser, an independent curator and critic, will curate the Public sector at Art Basel in Miami Beach. Framed around the theme ‘Territorial’, the sector will transform Collins Park into an outdoor exhibition space, featuring 11 site-responsive works by established and emerging artists: Frida Baranek, Yto Barrada, Daniel Buren, Abraham Cruzvillegas, Philippe Decrauzat, Noël Dolla, Cyprien Gaillard, Daniel Knorr, Harold Mendez, Manuela Viera-Gallo and Brenna Youngblood. In addition, Jim Shaw and his D’red D’warf band will present the premiere of ‘The Rinse Cycle', a progressive rock opera ten years in the making.

Commenting on the theme of this year’s sector – ‘Territorial’ – Philipp Kaiser notes, 'Since time immemorial, sculpture has been territorial, commanding and authoritarian. Even when sculpture is presented with utmost restraint and elegance, it asserts its own physical space that we inevitably must share with it.' The works selected for Public address this aspect of sculpture as the pieces claim space or territory through size, scale, intensity and sound, among other artistic practices. The theme is also a reference to a specific historical discourse from the 1960s in which artists of different nationalities became interested in new sites for their sculptures that existed outside of traditional art institutions.


Frida Baranek


As part of Public, Jim Shaw (b.1952) will premier his much anticipated progressive rock opera ‘The Rinse Cycle'. Shaw, who recently had solo shows at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, The New Museum in New York and the Marciano Foundation in Los Angeles, has worked on the opera for ten years and with his band D’red D’warf will perform the first two parts of the opera that combine written music with improvisation, prehistoric chanting and spoken word, accompanied by visuals made by Shaw specifically for the performance. Taking place at SoundScape Park on Wednesday evening, December 6, 8pm to 9pm, the opera is free of charge and open to the public.

Jim Shaw and D’red D’warf, The Rinse Cycle: Parts One & Two, Presented with the support of Blum & Poe, Metro Pictures, and Simon Lee Gallery.

Film and Sound Works

From December 7 to December 9, 2017, Art Basel will present a premier program of film and video works that focus on the universal language of dance and movement. Selected from the show's participating galleries by David Gryn, Director of Daata Editions and Artprojx, this year’s program will present films by artists Jibade-Khalil Huffman, Jen DeNike and Tin Ojeda, as well as a series of short films drawn from the Chicago Film Archives collection. In addition, Marian Masone, New York-based film curator, has selected ‘Boom For Real: The Late Teenage Years of Jean-Michel Basquiat’ (2017), directed by Sara Driver, for a special screening. Art Basel, whose Lead Partner is UBS, takes place from December 7 to December 10, 2017 at the Miami Beach Convention Center.

For this year's screenings in SoundScape Park on the 7,000 square-foot outdoor projection wall of the New World Center, David Gryn has selected films that engage with the diverse and global language of dance, as well as the connection between movement and music. While in the past the Film program has featured works that touch on multiple topics, the concept for the 2017 edition will present a more focused line-up of films centered around a theme.

Nightly: 8pm | December 7 to December 9, 2017
Art Basel's Film sector screenings will take place in SoundScape Park on the 7,000- square-foot outdoor projection wall of the Frank Gehry-designed New World Center, a three-minute walk from the Miami Beach Convention Center. Admission to Film is free. Visitors are encouraged to bring blankets and lawn chairs.

Nightly: 7pm | Sound works in SoundScape Park Hans Berg, Trance, 17’ (one hour loop), 2017, Gió Marconi, Lisson Gallery

Friday, December 8, 2017 8:30pm
Colony Theatre Special Film Screening Sara Driver, Boom For Real: The Late Teenage Years of Jean-Michel Basquiat, 79’, 2017 The feature film selected by Art Basel film curator Marian Masone will be shown at the Colony Theatre, 1040 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach. Screening is followed by a discussion with Sara Driver and Marian Masone. Entry is free, but seating is limited.

For more information about the Art Basel Miami Beach visit their website.

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Miami Art Week - December 4-10, 2017

One of the best weeks for Contemporary art in the United States if not the entire world. This year there will be nineteen art fairs in Miami and Miami Beach.

Here's a brief breakdown of fairs.

Art Basel Miami Beach - is held at the Miami Beach Convention Center is the largest art fair of the week, featuring more than 268 top galleries from around the world. Design Miami is a major design fair, located in the parking lot next to Art Basel Miami Beach.


SATELLITE ART FAIRS

  • Scope Miami, PULSE Miami Beach, and Untitled are also in Miami Beach. Some are actually on or near the beach; enjoy the ocean view!. Hotel-based art fairs in Miami Beach include Aqua Art Miami, INK, SATELLITE.
  • Superfine! and Pinta Miami, are located in Wynwood. af you're interested in Street Art, Wynwood is one of the top places in the world to see it.
  • Spectrum Miami and Red Dot Miami are located in The Arts and Entertainment District of Miami. NADA moves this year to Miami and the Ice Palace Studios and Prizm is also close by and between Wynwood and Downtown.
  • Art Miami - is moving Downtown and it's one of the biggest and most established art fairs; it's been around for years. Context is a sister fair and it's also moving Downtown. Miami River Art Fair is at the Miami Convention Center - James L. Knight Center, in the downtown Miami.
As usual it's going to be a week fabulous art, fashion, design and music. By the end of the week you will be on sensory and art overload. But, you'll love it.

Miami and Miami Beach Art Fair Guide
http://art-collecting.com/miami_art_fairs.htm


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