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Art Basel Miami Beach
Every year when Art Basel Miami Beach comes to town, it
generates much more than just revenue, it instills a sense of Miami’s presence
on the world stage as a destination of luxury and lifestyle. There is people
moving here from all over the world only to visit this unique Fine Art event.
Art Basel was launched in Miami Beach in 2002, transforming
South Florida into a cultural mecca of unmatched art, design, entertainment and
creation. The annual four-day contemporary art exhibition has remained largely
unchanged since its launch, drawing art collectors, luxury brands and
celebrities from every corner of the world.
There are many of satellite art exhibits, art events, art
fairs and parties that envelope the entire city. The non-stop activity takes
place from Wynwood, the Design District, Downtown, Midtown, North Beach and
Do not miss the opportunity to delight your senses with art.
The most important Art Fairs in Wynwood Art District are the following:
Art Miami / Context 3101 NE 1 Av. Wynwood
Art Techo Tent west side of Midtown on 31st St
Miami Project NE 1st Av & 34th St
Pinta Miami 3401 NE 1st Av
Red Dot Art Fair 3011 NE 1st AV (corner of 31st)
Spectrum/ Art Spot 3011 NE 1st AV (30th St)
Art Basel Miami Beach is the largest convergence of people
from the international art world who descend upon a single location for a
spectacular week of cutting edge art and sublime events. The main and only
winter meeting place for the international art world Art Basel Miami Beach will
take place December 4-7, 2014. Entering its 13th Edition, at the nexus of North
America and Latin America, Art Basel Miami Beach presents artwork from across
the globe. Over 250 of the world’s leading galleries participate, drawing over
70,000 visitors each year.
Mami International Film Festival
Starting October 16th at the Tower Theater
Miami Dade College hosts the Miami International Film Festival each Fall, bringing artists from around the world to our city. The mission of Miami International Film Festival (MIFF) is to bridge cultural understanding and encourage artistic development and excellence by provoking thought through film.
By bringing the best of world cinema to Miami, MIFF presents the city and the film industry with a singular platform that fosters creative and technical talent. Miami International Film Festival had its beginnings as the main activity of the Film Society of Miami, Inc., which was founded in 1983 Venues include the Freedom Tower and the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts.
This is the perfect time for the film lovers to see those special movies. For more information on films and schedules please visit http://www.miamifilmfestival.com
25 Sq. inches The Faces of the Permanent Collection
October 1, 2014 - January 4, 2015
As one of the most scrutinized and depicted subjects, the human face is perhaps the most important theme in the history of art. The
face has perpetually captivated and inspired artists and artisans. From ancient Egypt to the Renaissance, from photography to Pop
Art, man's fascination with the face is eternal. Drawn from the permanent collection of the Frost Art Museum. Curated by Klaudio
Rodríguez. A Wolfsonian Teaching Exhibition:
Koizumi Kishio—Remembering Tokyo
October 1, 2014-January 11, 2015The Great Kanto Earthquake of 1923 was the worst natural disaster ever to strike Japan. Using art as a social record, the woodblock
print artist Koizumi Kishio (1893-1945) produced this famous art series between 1928 and 1940. These works are fond memories of
the old imperial capital, as well as his accounts of the resurrection of Tokyo. Curated by Professor Lidu Yi. Papua New Guinea: Gogodala Art and Identity, Transition and Revival
A Frost Art Museum Community Gallery Exhibition
October 1, 2014-October 26, 2014In 2013, Professor Tudor Parfitt, Director of FIU Global Jewish Communities Program, and the world's leading authority on the Lost Tribes of Israel, led an expedition to Papua New Guinea, accompanied by 4 FIU students, to try to unravel the mystery of the Gogodala people's identity. This exhibition, a representative presentation of recent Gogodala carvings and other martials, brings this research to life. Curated by Professor Annette B. Fromm, in collaboration with Tudor Parfitt.rost Museum Exhibitions
Chocolate & Art Show
Wynwood Art District
Join Chocolate & Art Show - Miami
The Warehouse Project Miami, FL
Indulge yourself in some of LA's finest up-and-coming artists, photographers and creators! There is something for every body including live body-painting, live music, face-painting, free nail art/henna tattoos, live portraits and free Chocolate!!!
The Chocolate & Art Show, will take place on Friday, October 17 st and Saturday 18 th .
At 450 NW 27 th ST, Miami, FL 33127
The Perez Museum
Getting ready for Art Basel Season in Miami
The Perez Museum, after all, your new museum of art in Miami is a $131 million haute-design showcase for modern and contemporary work that also manages to extend an open, dare we say homespun, welcome. The PAMM's Art Basel Season public exhibitions will open its doors to the public on December 4th 2014 until February 2015.
When it opens to the public at the edge of Biscayne Bay on Wednesday, on time and on budget, the strikingly original and meticulously thought-out Perez Art Museum Miami will put art front and center on the city’s landscape for the first time. In doing so, supporters and civic leaders fervently hope it will redefine Miami as a cultural destination.
With wrap-around verandas cooled by lush gardens and a monumental overhanging roof, 360-degree views of bay and city from within and without, and an adjacent new plaza, park and bay walk, the unusually porous museum could also become something else, backers say: a spectacular new front porch for the people of Miami.
PAMM leaders asked the architects not to strain for the iconic, but to come up with a cost-efficient building that would reflect Miami and make the most of the site’s waterfront location in a public park. That also meant making the place inviting to a broadly diverse audience, and flexible enough to show off a growing collection that attempts to connect modern Latin American art to its U.S. and European counterparts.
Art Basel Miami Beach
Broke sales records last December 2013
Art Basel Miami Beach, which draws international crowds and inspires multiple satellite fairs, took place last Dec. 5-8 at the Miami Beach Convention Center. Every Fall the city of Miami gets ready for the preparations for the Miami Art Week .
For its 2013 edition, showed goers will find a new section dedicated to works produced in editions, an expanded — and extended — Art Public exhibition in Collins Park and new galleries amid familiar stalwarts.
Once again, 250 of the world’s top galleries, chosen through a highly competitive process, showcased works in the Miami Beach Convention Center that, for the most part, are available for sale. They’ll be split into sectors that have now become familiar to art-show regulars. In the galleries, show goers will find drawings, sculpture, paintings and installations by more than 4,000 artists.
Art Basel Miami Beach showed successful results for 2013. The visitor tally matched prior year’s record of 50,000 people. The Art Basel Miami Beach is the oceanfront sister to the major contemporary art fair in Basel, Switzerland, operating a satellite in Florida since 2002. The annual event was a blast of international art action in convention centers and hotels across Miami. There were hundreds of gallery booths and thousands of artworks.
The five-day art fair at the Miami Beach Convention Center anchors a week of roughly two dozens art shows, and the stretch has transformed early December into one of the busiest
weeks for hotels. Basel rents space to 250 galleries from 31 countries, making it the largest contemporary art fair in the United States.
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