International Contemporary Art Fair

Presidents Day Weekend
February 12 - 16, 2015

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Jesse Draxler Mugs Kendrick Lamar!

03/19/16
by Art Wynwood

Between a full 10-page print spread in Juxtapoz, the Terror Management blockbuster at New York's Booth Gallery, and a choice spot centering SWGR Gallery's corner at Art Wynwood, some might've thought that shooting artstar Jesse Draxler couldn't possibly notch another high profile bullseye in the first quarter of 2016.

Those who did so though can  Because Jesse Draxler's an ever-shooting artstar. That's why. And unlike the average, every night shooting star which fizzles after just one wish, he's got the fully-automatic's capacity to make hit after hit.

Witness Draxler's recent mugging of kingpin racket-maker Kendrick Lamar. Yes, choosing to paint the portrait of such an of-the-moment phenomenon is a rather obvious way for an artist to draw attention to themselves. It can also be rather presumptuous. Being commissioned to paint such a portrait however, is another story altogether. When the commissioning agent is The New York Times Magazine, the project is A One-Time Spectacular, the subject is the song "The Blacker the Berry," and the image will affix words from the Man Booker Prize-winning Marlon James means the artist is considered worthy of the phenomenon.

In fact, the entire endeavor's rather phenomenal. Draxler's mugging of Lamar appears in the 12th entry in an interactive feature entitled "25 Songs That Tell Us Where Music is Going." Assembled and (presumably) conceived by Magazine Story Editor Nitsuh Abebe, the Spectacular racks an array (and a mindset) rivaling Continuum's 33 1/3,   entries such as The New Yorker's George Saunders on Wilco's "One Sunday Morning" and Rolling Stone's Will Hermes on David Bowie's "Blackstar" (plus Jezebel's Jia Tolentino's rightfully robust -- and just -- takedown of Charlie Puth for the aural offense that is "Marvin Gaye"), "25 Songs" is

After front-paging in support of ace reporter Sam Quinones for The New York Times' Sunday Review,     the SWGR / Smashbox / Booth visualist puts his vivid to no less a v mugs no less a  puts his patented blend of Pitch Black and Ghost White to the portrait of  nabbed another prestigious spot in The New York Times  

Alexander Calder: An Art Miami Fairs Retrospective

03/07/16
by Art New York

Who said the world will ever get enough Alexander Calder? 

Certainly not Marcel Duchamp, who christened his pal's movable sculptures with the name "mobiles" (1931). Certainly not Albert Einstein, who stay glued to his seat throughout the full 40-minute spectacle that was A Universe (1934). Certainly not Thomas Wolfe, who immortalized him as Piggy Logan in his posthumous You Can't Go Home Again (1940). And certainly not Tate Modern, whose currently running Performing Sculpture is the largest exhibition of Calder's work ever mounted in Britain.

 

 

Calder in the Studio (1941) from Rosemary Hill's "At Tate Modern" London Review of Books (which also spurred much of the above)

Naturally, we at Art Miami Fairs can't get enough Calder either, nor can our exhibitors. Just yesterday Art New York's Work of the Day cited the fact that Barcelona's Imaginart* will be showing "Ghosts" (1964), which, as the gallery's sharp-eyed Laia Miguel points out, can be seen on the second floor of The Guggenheim Museum's landmark A Retrospective. (above) 

In 2015, there was the Art Wynwood Work of the Day dedicated to "Juggler's Dream" (1966) from Waterhouse & Dodd, as well as the debut Art New York Artist of the Day entry featuring "Blue and Yellow Butterfly" (1973) from Chowaiki & Co. and "Rouge et Bleu" (1971) courtesy of Hollis Taggart Galleries.

Then, at the last Art Miami, the Family of Fairs really went Calder, from teaming with Queue Projects to exhibit the monumental "The Spiral (No! to Frank Lloyd Wright)" (1969) to Mayoral Galeria d'Art's double-featuring of "The Red Base" (1969) and "Untitled" (1972) and Omer Tiroche Contemporary Art's placing of "Hammock" (1974).

Little wonder Blouin's ArtInfo blared Alexander Calder Steals the Show! 

 

News, views and a perpetual Retrospective of Alexander Calder's Life and Work can be found via The Calder Foundation.  

Evoking Kraftwerk & Oppenheim at Art Wynwood 2016

02/17/16
by Art Wynwood

Kraftwerk and Meret Oppenheim were just two of the many, many cultural evocations to be found at the record-setting 5th Edition of Art Wynwood. 

For German electro-legends Kraftwerk, we speak of the emerging Italian artstar Monica Casali, whose over-sized portrait "Rome" brings to mind the live performance 3D movie the band employs in its classic "Autobahn" (1975). It's not for nothing that The New Yorker's Sasha Frere-Jones called Kraftwerk "the Warhol of pop." And it's not for nothing that Galleria Ca' D'Oro's Casali is considered in such esteemed company.  

 

 

For Swiss Surrealist Meret Oppenheim we cite New York's Grey Space Art, who did to its entire booth what Madame Oppenheim did to a cup, saucer and spoon in her infamous "Object" (1936). As MoMA recounts the tale for its Collection, Oppenheim's "Object" was sparked by Picasso and made public by Breton, which gives it indelible historical bona fides. In boothing up to such pedigree, Grey Space Art most assuredly has a similarly indelible future.

 

 

Whether any of the above evocations were intentional, accidental or otherwise matters less than the fact of the impact, which remains the same regardless. Each is the epitome of high ultra vivid, and the evocations only make them all moreso.

Tonight's the Night Art Wynwood Turns 5!

02/11/16
by Art Wynwood

 
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ART WYNWOOD OPENS TONIGHT WITH VIP PREVIEW FROM 6-10PM
Art Wynwood, Merrill Lynch, Christie's International Real Estate, and participating galleries and curators invite VIP cardholders and accredited members of the press to experience an exclusive first view tonight of the highly anticipated Art Wynwood fair with a cocktail reception presented by
Merrill Lynch. Complimentary cocktails and hors d'oeuvres will be served from 6pm-7:30pm. This must-see event is the first opportunity to acquire the finest investment quality modern and contemporary works by emerging, cutting-edge and established artists prior to the fair's opening to the public tomorrow. 

Art Wynwood offers serious collectors as well as seasoned and beginning art enthusiasts the best opportunity to discover and acquire some of the most important art works of the era. Last year, the prestigious art fair attracted more than 35,000 collectors, curators and art enthusiasts during its five-day run, with more than 7,500 collectors attending the opening night VIP Preview. Coming off the recent success of Art Miami, which takes place annually in December, Art Wynwood is expected to draw even more notable attendees this year and is forecasted to boast additional high-value acquisitions.  
Andy Warhol, "Flowers", c.1970
Screenprint on buff museum board, printed verso / recto, Unique 2-sided proof outside the published edition, with unique trial coloration
ARCHEUS/POST-MODERN, London
Cesar Santos, "Nelson",  2016, oil on linen, 45x37 in.
Waltman Ortega Fine Art, Miami

PARTICIPATING GALLERIES
Alejandra Von Hartz Gallery | Miami; ARCHEUS/POST-MODERN | London; Art Bastion | Miami; Art Center Allapattah | Miami; ART LEXÏNG | Miami; Art Nouveau Gallery | Miami; Artfactory Club | Vaduz; Artêria | Bromont; ARTIUM ART GALLERY | Miami; Ascaso Gallery | Miami; AUREUS Contemporary | Providence; Berry Campbell Gallery | New York; BOSSA Gallery | Miami; Boulakia Fine Art | London; Cantor Fine Art | West Hollywood; Cernuda Arte | Coral Gables; Christopher Martin Gallery | Dallas; Contessa Gallery | Cleveland; Dean Project | Miami Beach; Diana Lowenstein Gallery | Miami; Durban Segnini Gallery | Miami; Elizabeth Clement Fine Art | New York; Emerson Dorsch Gallery | Miami; Emmanuel Fremin Gallery | New York; Fabien Castanier Gallery | Culver City; FREDERIC GOT | Paris; Galeria RGR+Art | Valencia; Galerie von Braunbehrens| Stuttgart; GALLERIA CA' D'ORO | Rome; Galleria Farina | Miami; Gallery Ernst Hilger | Vienna;Gallery Tableau | Seoul; GAMO GALLERY | Seoul; Hazelton Galleries | Toronto; Heller Gallery | New York; Hollis Taggart Galleries | New York; In Dubio Pro Arte | Hamburg; Joerg Heitsch Gallery| Munich; K+Y Gallery | Paris; Lelia Mordoch Gallery | Miami; Long-Sharp Gallery | Indianapolis;Miami's Independent Thinkers | Miami; Mindy Solomon Gallery | Miami; Now Contemporary Art | Miami; Projects Gallery | Miami; Ranivilu Art Gallery | Miami; Robert Fontaine Gallery | Miami;Rofa Projects | Potomac; Rosenbaum Contemporary | Miami; Schantz Galleries Contemporary Glass | Stockbridge; Silver Lining Fine Arts | Miami; Spence Gallery | Toronto; Spinello Projects | Miami; Sponder Gallery | Miami; S W G R Gallery | Miami; The Creators Lab | Miami; The Curator's Voice Art Projects | Miami; The Great Dane Collection | Philadelphia; Unique Gallery Ltd. | Paris;UNIX Gallery | New York; Vertu Fine Art | Boca Raton; Villa del Arte Galleries | Barcelona;Vogelsang Art Gallery | Brussels; Waltman Ortega Fine Art | Miami; Waterhouse & Dodd | New York; White Dot Gallery | Miami; White Space | Miami; Winkleman Gallery | New York; Wynwood 28 | Miami; ZK Gallery | San Francisco; 55 Bellechasse | Paris 
 
ART WYNWOOD 2016 FAIR INFORMATION
FAIR HOURS:
VIP Preview | 6pm - 10pm
Thursday, February 11, 2016
Presented by Merrill Lynch
Access for Art Wynwood VIP Cardholders and Press

GENERAL ADMISSION:
Friday, February 12 | 11am - 7pm
Saturday, February 13 | 11am - 7pm
Sunday, February 14 | 11am - 7pm
Monday, February 15 | 11am - 6pm


TICKETS:
$25 One-day Fair Pass 
$55 Multi-Day Pass
$15 Students 12-18 years & Seniors 62 years + 
$15 Groups of 10 or more (online ticket purchase only) 
Free Children under 12 years accompanied by adult.
 
For participating exhibitors, events and special exhibitions information, visit:
LOCATION:
Art Wynwood Pavilion
2901 NE 1st Ave
Miami, FL 33127
 

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Art Wynwood Quartet of the Day: Alex Queral Phone Books Bette, Marty, Ratched & Gonzo

02/11/16
by Art Wynwood

 

 

Alex Queral (Havana, Cuba 1958)

Bette, Marty Feldman, Time For Your Medication, Where There's Smoke

Each 11" x 9", acrylic on hand-carved telephone book 

Courtesy of Projects Gallery, Wynwood Lofts 

Whirlwinds at Art Wynwood: Bruce Helander HuffPosts Bernie Taupin

02/10/16
by Art Wynwood

Ever wonder what is looks like when two Art Miami Fairs' favorites collide?

Well, wander on over to Huffington Post. There you'll find Arcature Artist Bruce Helander has appraised the visualizings of legendary songwriter Bernie Taupin in advance of his Art Wynwood exhibiting with the fine folks of Waterhouse & Dodd.

Helander's piece is entitled "Whirlwinds at Art Wynwood: Bernie Taupin's Painted Words" and, as they say among faves, it's well worth the look.

See you at Art Wynwood!

(Top: Bernie Taupin "Scrawl" 2014, acrylic, newspaper and stencil casings on canvas, 48 x 60 in. Image courtesy of Waterhouse & Dodd, New York/London) 

Art Wynwood's 5th Edition Preview: 70+ International Galleries & More!

02/10/16
by Art Wynwood

 
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ART WYNWOOD TO OPEN ITS FIFTH EDITION WITH OVER 70 INTERNATIONAL GALLERIES, CURATED EXHIBITIONS OF STREET ART, SEMINAL '60s ART AND INSTALLATIONS FROM LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS   
 
Art Wynwoodthe premier art fair of the winter season produced by Art Miami LLC, will showcase a dynamic array of work from the underground street art movement, emerging young talent, and world-renowned contemporary and modern artists. Its fifth edition will take place Presidents Day Weekend, opening with the highly acclaimed VIP Preview on Thursday, Feb. 11, and will open to the public on Friday, Feb. 12, and continue through Monday, Feb. 15. The major contemporary art fair will feature 72 international galleries showcasing diverse artworks from artists around the globe, including countries such as France, Belgium, Canada, Germany, Italy, United Kingdom, Liechtenstein, South Korea, and of course, from throughout the U.S.
 
Art Wynwood offers serious collectors as well as seasoned and beginning art enthusiasts the best opportunity to discover and acquire some of the most important art works of the era. Last year, the prestigious art fair attracted more than 35,000 collectors, curators and art enthusiasts during its five-day run, with more than 7,500 collectors attending the opening night VIP Preview. Coming off the recent success of Art Miami, which takes place annually in December, Art Wynwood is expected to draw even more notable attendees this year and is forecasted to boast additional high-value acquisitions.
Some noteworthy highlights of this year's fair include the following:

Art Wynwood will showcase important works like Jennifer Dalton's installation from Winkleman Gallery; Andy Warhol's Flowers from ARCHEUS/POST-MODERN; Andrew Myers' My Dealer is Not a Square from Lawrence Cantor Fine Art; Julian Lennon'sphotograph Horizons from Emmanuel Fremin; Cheryl Pope's tops from Spinello Projects; and the 1960s-inspired booth from Long-Sharp Gallery.
Art Wynwood will open in the first quarter of a presidential election year this Presidents Day Weekend, and to commemorate the moment, the main entry doors of the fair will be flanked at both sides with large replica printed murals of Bernie Taupin's Sleeping Beauty,while the original work will be exhibited inside the fair at the Waterhouse & Dodd booth. Sleeping Beauty is an example of how Taupin has used the American flag as a recurring theme, utilizing this image to showcase its resilience and history of rebounding from abject adversity. The British-bornvisual artist/lyricist, now an American citizen, Taupin is inspired by the flag as a medium and features it heavily in his work.
 
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Kevin O'Leary, "Woman on Chains", 2013

Martha Cooper, "Nunca"

Art Wynwood will mark the debut of Kevin O'Leary's contemporary photography exhibition. TitledIrreconcilable Images, the exhibit willfeature original works by O'Leary, a business mogul and investor on "Shark Tank." He describes the photographs as "irreconcilable" because "Viewing the work alerts your sense of foreboding, and you are suspicious of what you are seeing. The eye keeps trying to reconcile the imputed accuracies." The work displayed will span multiple decades and geographies and will include titles such as Self Portrait (1975), Inflating Zeppelin (2008) and Woman on Chains (2013). All profits from the sales of the photographs will benefit aspiring teenage entrepreneurs and the Perry J. Cohen Foundation (PJCF). The goal of PJCF, established by Pamela Cohen and Nick Korniloff, is to create awareness and education around the safe enjoyment of recreational boating, fishing and water sports. The foundation also will provide scholarships for deserving students, as well as financial assistance to future search-and-rescue efforts for others lost at sea.
Martha Cooper, an iconic photographer noted for capturing the street art movement, will exhibit her work depicting Wynwood Walls and the Wynwood Arts District at this year's Art Wynwood. Cooper's work has been influential for urban vernacular art and architecture for over 40 years. Her dedication to documenting graffiti as an art form has propelled her to international acclaim, and because of her efforts, Cooper has been chosen as the recipient of the Art Wynwood Tony Goldman Lifetime Achievement Award.
Kerry McLaney, Founder/Creative Director of Miami's Independent Thinkers and 305 Creative Group, is known for documenting Wynwood's evolution of street art throughout the years. When she first moved to the Edgewater/Wynwood area from Haiti, McLaney was captivated by how the colors, styles, shapes and textures of street art looked from behind the lens. In 2011, she met Martha Cooper, who quickly became an important guide into the street art world. This year, McLaney will have a booth adjacent to the Martha Cooper exhibit at Art Wynwood.
SPECIAL PROJECTS
The 1960's Will Blow Your Mind
The disruptive ideas and materializations of art that exploded throughout this revolutionary decade continue to provoke and stimulate new generations of artists, curators and cultural trendsetters. The 1960s gave life to history's first globally connected experience and saw a rise in the creative chaos and innovative genius that remain seminal to the core of 21st century art. The fair will introduce the beloved '60s genre to a younger audience in a new exhibition and will re-contextualize the decade for the well-versed collector.
Important works to note include German Love, a color screen print by Robert Indiana (1968) fromRobert Fontaine GalleryFlash, II.35Red Kennedy, a color screen print by Andy Warhol (1968) fromElizabeth Clement Fine ArtThe Beatles Pillow Fight by Harry Benson(1964) from FREDERIC GOT; and Fragment 7, a screen print by Bridget Riley(1965) from ARCHEUS/POST-MODERN.
Bridget Riley, "Fragment 7", ARCHEUS/POST-MODERN, London

Robert Indiana, "German Love", Robert Fontaine Gallery, Miami

FOCUS Miami
A distinction of Miami's art community is an unambiguous dedication to fostering, enabling and improving the art experience of this culturally vital city. With a depth of understanding and a broad range of active programs, Miami's arts organizations, artist-run initiatives and publications are creating new opportunities for local and visiting artists as they expand Miami's own spirit and sensibility internationally. Art Wynwood is shining a light on five organizations at the fair this year-Laundromat Art SpaceLocust ProjectsThe Miami RailWynwood Radio and Yeelen-each will have its own booth.
 
 
 
The Laundromat Art Space is an Artist Residency Program & Exhibition Space for Miami artists in the heart of downtown Little Haiti. The collective offers engaging community programming and showcases innovative curatorial projects. The residency houses nine studio artists who have the unique opportunity to be part of an environment that fosters collaboration between multidisciplinary creatives and draws influence from the microcosm of Caribbean Culture, which defines Little Haiti. 
Current resident artists are: Andres MartinezBianca PratoriusChristin Paige MinnotteDavid McCauleyJean-Paul MallozziMarina GonellaMichael WilliamsPablo Contrisciani and
Ronald Sanchez

Christin Paige Minnotte will perform Disposable Ethic, a series of photographs accompanied by live performance and projected video intended to illuminate an irony of industrial progress, specifically with respect to plastics in the ocean - the idea that the very triumph of mankind, the ability to transcend natural limits (i.e. the creation of a new polymer to nature) and even improve upon nature, could seal its doom.
Locust Projects is a not-for-profit exhibition space dedicated to providing contemporary visual artists the freedom to experiment with new ideas without the pressures of gallery sales or limitations of conventional exhibition spaces. Local, national and international artists are encouraged to create site-specific installations as an extension of their representative work. Locust Projects supports the local community through educational initiatives and programming that are free to the public.
 
The Miami Rail, an editorially independent expansion of the Brooklyn Rail founded in 2012, will present this year with Bookleggers. Produced four times a year in print and online, The Miami Railprovides critical coverage of art and culture. Founded and published by Nina Johnson-Milewski, The Miami Rail is made possible with the generous support of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.

The Miami Rail
 reproduces the Rail© with the express permission the Brooklyn Rail, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit incorporated in Brooklyn, NY and founded in October 2000, of which The Miami Rail is an editorially independent expansion.
Bookleggers is a non-profit community mobile library based out of Miami, Florida. The Library set's up at rotating venues once a month and give away free books to the public. At Art Wynwood, Bookleggers will be selling rare and unique art books and out of print texts along with a small selection of free reads for the visitors. (Website: www.bookleggerslibrary.com)
Wynwood Radio is the local Internet radio that's focused on the arts and Miami's art community. This year, it will add to the Art Wynwood experience by hosting interviews and collaborations onsite. For the opening night, Wynwood Radio will host a music event in celebration of special exhibit The 1960s Will Blow Your Mind, featuring Wynwood Radio DJ - Brian Jones.  He will play only 1960s music throughout the night and will broadcast live. 

Yeelen is a contemporary art space dedicated to the development, promotion and expression of Contemporary Urban Culture. Since its inception in 2008, Yeelen's aim has been to curate a program that is both a reflection of and an international voice for the local and national culture; representing an international group of pioneering artists whom retain independence and give a voice to the unheard.
VIP Preview
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11  | 6:00 PM - 10 PM
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Art Wynwood and participating galleries and curators invite VIP collectors and accredited members of the press to experience an exclusive first view of the highly anticipated Art Wynwood fair with a cocktail reception presented by Merrill Lynch. Complimentary cocktails and hors d'oeuvres will be served from 6pm-7:30pm. This must-see event is the first opportunity to acquire the finest investment quality modern and contemporary works by emerging, cutting-edge and established artists prior to the fair's opening to the public the next day. 
Art Wynwood Tony Goldman Lifetime Achievement Award Dinner
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12  | 7:30 PM  | Paid Ticket Event 
Art Wynwood will honor the legendary street art photographer Martha Cooper with the second annual Tony Goldman Lifetime Achievement Award during a dinner at db Bistro Moderne at theJW Marriott Marquis Miami. Presented in partnership with Wynwood Walls, the award acknowledges individuals in art whose careers have changed the industry. Cooper has made an indelible mark on the urban art scene, elevating the perception of graffiti and street art from an underground subculture to a new art movement celebrated around the world. This is a private event, open to ticket holders only. Event is sold out.
Art Talks 
Furthering the Dialogue: Discovering Opportunities available within the Miami Art Eco-system
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13 | 3 PM  
Miami-based gallerists Tyler Emerson-Dorsch, Mindy Solomon, and Alejandra von Hartz will converse with Jeremy Mikolajczak, Director of the MDC Museum of Art and Design, regarding their individual expertise, the place of small to mid-sized galleries in the art ecosystem and what opportunities exist for Miami art collectors. All three gallerists are board members of the Miami Art Dealers Association. 
Emerson Dorsch Gallery will re-open in Fall 2016 at 5900 NW 2nd Ave, Miami in Little Haiti; Mindy Solomon Gallery is in Little River at 8397 NE 2nd Ave, Miami; and Alejandra von Hartz Gallery is located in Wynwood at 2630 NW 2nd Ave, Miami.
Art Obligations Moderated by Claire Breukel
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14 | 2 PM  
What obligations do artists, collectors, critics, and art fairs have to the art community beyond the action of buying and selling art? These Miami art professionals discuss whether art should be viewed as intrinsically humanitarian, how their individual practices help to build community, and where efforts have and do fall short. 
Participants: Artist and gallery owner, Loriel Beltran, Collector, Jorge Garcia, Art Wynwood Director Grela Orihuela, Laundromat Founder, David McCauley.

Additional Highlights
  
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Christie's International Real Estate is the official luxury real estate sponsor of Art Wynwood. Together with their international affiliates, Christies's International Real Estate will host an elegant booth at the main entrance to the fair showcasing luxury residential property offerings from around the world.
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JW Marriott Marquis Miami and Art Wynwood are pleased to present a pop-up art installation throughout the Hotel Lobby during the dates of the Fair. Participating galleries & artists: Art Center Allapattah Kiseok Kim | Bossa Gallery Ilana Bessler & Patricia Gouvêa | Elizabeth Clement Fine Art Daniel Phillips | GALLERIA CA' D'ORO Blue and Joy | In Dubio Pro Arte Johannes Pickert | Wynwood 28 Enrique Testasecca | Tony Goldman Lifetime Artistic Achievement Award Honoree Martha Cooper Courtesy of Goldman Properties.


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Jessica Goldman Srebnick, CEO of Goldman Properties, is aligning with Art Wynwood, sponsoringWYNWOOD WALLS SHOP for the second year in a row. The Wynwood Walls Shop will exhibit limited edition prints from current & prior Wynwood Walls artists. Prints will be signed and numbered, and available for sale.   

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Artrageous Kids Center
Miami Children's Museum will provide a safe playroom on-site for children ages 3-13, who are introduced to art while their parents visit Art Wynwood. Children enrolled in the program will participate in activities including art explorations, games, puzzles and storytelling under the supervision of the Miami Children's Museum experienced staff. For information and pre-registration, contact Anais at 305-373-5437 x124 or arodriguez@miamichildrensmuseum.org

the creators lab 
Internationally renowned fashion designer, Luis Valenzuela, will be creating '60s inspired fashion in honor of Art Wynwood's The '60s Will Blow Your Mind tobe previewed on VIP opening night. At this exhibit, there will be models decked out in '60s hair and make up wearing his designs.
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Dirty Bind is an ongoing curation of zines, books and prints from around the world.  SWGR sought to provide an outlet for artists to show their work in both a gallery and communal setting. Opening a permanent fixture in the heart of Wynwood allowed for a wide range of artist participation that is as diverse as the neighborhood itself.

PARTICIPATING GALLERIES
Alejandra Von Hartz Gallery | Miami; ARCHEUS/POST-MODERN | London; Art Bastion | Miami; Art Center Allapattah | Miami; ART LEXÏNG | Miami; Art Nouveau Gallery | Miami; Artfactory Club | Vaduz; Artêria | Bromont; ARTIUM ART GALLERY | Miami; Ascaso Gallery | Miami; AUREUS Contemporary | Providence; Berry Campbell Gallery | New York; BOSSA Gallery | Miami; Boulakia Fine Art | London; Cantor Fine Art | West Hollywood; Cernuda Arte | Coral Gables; Christopher Martin Gallery | Dallas; Contessa Gallery | Cleveland; Dean Project | Miami Beach; Diana Lowenstein Gallery | Miami; Durban Segnini Gallery | Miami; Elizabeth Clement Fine Art | New York; Emerson Dorsch Gallery | Miami; Emmanuel Fremin Gallery | New York; Fabien Castanier Gallery | Culver City; FREDERIC GOT | Paris; Galeria RGR+Art | Valencia; Galerie von Braunbehrens| Stuttgart; GALLERIA CA' D'ORO | Rome; Galleria Farina | Miami; Gallery Ernst Hilger | Vienna;Gallery Tableau | Seoul; GAMO GALLERY | Seoul; Hazelton Galleries | Toronto; Heller Gallery | New York; Hollis Taggart Galleries | New York; In Dubio Pro Arte | Hamburg; Joerg Heitsch Gallery| Munich; K+Y Gallery | Paris; Lelia Mordoch Gallery | Miami; Long-Sharp Gallery | Indianapolis;Miami's Independent Thinkers | Miami; Mindy Solomon Gallery | Miami; Now Contemporary Art | Miami; Projects Gallery | Miami; Ranivilu Art Gallery | Miami; Robert Fontaine Gallery | Miami;Rofa Projects | Potomac; Rosenbaum Contemporary | Miami; Schantz Galleries Contemporary Glass | Stockbridge; Silver Lining Fine Arts | Miami; Spence Gallery | Toronto; Spinello Projects | Miami; Sponder Gallery | Miami; S W G R Gallery | Miami; The Creators Lab | Miami; The Curator's Voice Art Projects | Miami; The Great Dane Collection | Philadelphia; Unique Gallery Ltd. | Paris;UNIX Gallery | New York; Vertu Fine Art | Boca Raton; Villa del Arte Galleries | Barcelona;Vogelsang Art Gallery | Brussels; Waltman Ortega Fine Art | Miami; Waterhouse & Dodd | New York; White Dot Gallery | Miami; White Space | Miami; Winkleman Gallery | New York; Wynwood 28 | Miami; ZK Gallery | San Francisco; 55 Bellechasse | Paris 
 
ART WYNWOOD 2016 FAIR INFORMATION
FAIR HOURS:
VIP Preview | 6pm - 10pm
Thursday, February 11, 2016
Presented by Merrill Lynch
Access for Art Wynwood VIP Cardholders and Press

GENERAL ADMISSION:
Friday, February 12 | 11am - 7pm
Saturday, February 13 | 11am - 7pm
Sunday, February 14 | 11am - 7pm
Monday, February 15 | 11am - 6pm


TICKETS:
$25 One-day Fair Pass 
$55 Multi-Day Pass
$15 Students 12-18 years & Seniors 62 years + 
$15 Groups of 10 or more (online ticket purchase only) 
Free Children under 12 years accompanied by adult.
 
For participating exhibitors, events and special exhibitions information, visit:
LOCATION:
Art Wynwood Pavilion
2901 NE 1st Ave
Miami, FL 33127
 

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Art Wynwood Work of the Day: Frank Stella "Chodorow (Sketch)"

02/09/16
by Art Wynwood

Frank Stella

Chodorow (Sketch) 1972

Construction study in paint, felt and fabric on graph board,Original , unique study for monumental painting.

33h x 29.75w in

Signed in pencil lower right, "Chodorow (Sketch) F. Stella '72" 

Courtesy of Vertu Fine Art, Boca Raton 

Art Wynwood Work of the Day: Louise Nevelson "Untitled"

02/08/16
by Art Wynwood

Louise Nevelson (American, born Russia 1899 - 1988)

Untitled, 1976–1978

Wood painted black

80 x 53 x 7 1/2 inches (203.2 x 134.6 x 19.1 cm) 

Courtesy of Rosenbaum Contemporary, Miami Beach/Boca Raton 

Art Wynwood Work of the Day: Lino Tagliapietra "Coral Reef"

02/07/16
by Art Wynwood

Lino Tagliapietra (Murano, Italy 1934)

Coral Reef, 2015

Fused glass with blown and hand sculpted elements

Glass measures 18.75 x 38.25 x 1.5" 

Courtesy of Schantz Galleries, Stockbridge MA 

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