Exhibitions You Must Visit During Miami Art Week
Exhibitions You Must Visit During Miami Art Week – If you’re heading to the city of Miami this week and you’re a fan of contemporary art, you’re in luck. Alongside with Art Basel Miami Beach, Design Miami/ and ICFF South Florida, there will be a lot of art-related exhibitions and fairs for you to enjoy and we’re here to show you some suggestions on places you should go.
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FERNGULLY by The Hass Brothers at The Bass
The exhibition takes its title from the 1992 animated children’s film, “FernGully: The Last Rainforest”, and evokes a sense of wonderment, nostalgia and fantasy staged in a forest-like environment. Referencing the fantastical spirit of the film, the works on view are deeply rooted in the awe-inspiring and sublime qualities of the natural environment, removed from overt notions of advocacy. The Haas Brothers unapologetically embrace craft, with a keen attention to materiality that is highly emphasized in the realm of design. “Uma Worm-an”, 2018 (made with black Icelandic sheep skin and cast bronze beast bench) – Photo courtesy of The Bass
(From December 5, 2018 to April 21, 2019 // Address: 2100 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139)
This is an exhibition that features major bodies of Bell’s work, from his early Cube series to his large-scale color-glass installations. The artist also focuses on innovating his explorations of experiences as well as his little-known engagement with audiovisual media, including video and photography.
(From November 1, 2018 to March 10, 2019 // Address: 61 NE 41st Street, Miami, FL 33137 // Photo courtesy of Fredrik Nilsen Studio)
A collection of designs curated by artist Theaster Gates and architect David Adjaye will be auctioned off by Sotheby’s in the third (RED) Auction, to raise money for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS and the Rebuild Foundation. The pieces up for sale are all themed around light and red.
Washing Corona™ (RED) Coffee Table by Sir David Adjaye, 2013 (a unique piece made with clear glass and four die-cast aluminum panels with internal chrome and red lacquered finish, connected by aluminum plates and stainless steel hardware)
The (RED) Diamond Ring by Sir Jony Ive and Marc Newson (created exclusively for the (RED) auction)
Liquid Glacial Colour Coffee Table by Zaha Hadid, 2012 (This is the only red version produced from the edition of 8, plus 2 prototypes and 2 artist’s proofs with David Gill Gallery)
(From December 1 to December 7, 2018 // Address: 191 Northeast 40th Street, Miami Design District // Photo courtesy of Sotheby’s)
In collaboration with Arcadia Earth, this is an exhibition that will feature garments made from recycled plastics, while a series of installations that will explore actions like how eating less meat and reducing plastic use will benefit the earth.
(From December 4 to December 9, 2018 // Address: 3740 Northeast 2nd Avenue, Miami Design District // Photo courtesy of Istituo Marangoni)
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