1. Red! . . . and Other Stories by David Jay
New York Photographer David Jay will make his Art Basel debut with a solo exhibition entitled Red! . . . and Other Stories, a survey of his work over the past decade. Jay’s images work in collaboration with the viewer–forming an active, rather than passive, experience. Join us on Monday November 30th from 7pm-9pm for the preview and opening reception.
In conjunction, Jay and I are collaborating on “PORTRAIT,” a series of portraits of the art world’s most interesting and influential personalities, published by Gregory de la Haba in collaboration with Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art.
Red! . . . and Other Stories by David Jay
November 30 - December 30, 2015
48 NW 25th St, Miami, Fl. 33127
VIP & Press Preview : Monday November 30 at 7pm-9pm
Gallery Hours : Tuesday - Sunday 10am to 4pm.
Lauren Culpepper Lauren@thescarproject.org, 843.319.4363
For inquiries regarding “PORTRAIT” please contact Nathaly Charria, email@example.com
2. LOEWE Foundation presents Chance Encounters, an exhibition curated by Jonathan Anderson.
For the first exhibition at LOEWE's Miami Design District store, LOEWE FOUNDATION is proud to present a project curated by its Creative Director Jonathan Anderson. The exhibition embraces the disruptive beauty of the chance encounter, setting up unexpected conversations between the work of four major historical and contemporary British artists: Anthea Hamilton, Paul Nash, Lucie Rie and Rose Wylie. Anderson sees the world through the eyes of an artist, a minimalist with exquisite taste and a distinct execution. He is both radical and elegant, with a subtle genius that easy to miss to the untrained eye.
110 NE 39th St.
Miami, Fl 33137
3. PULSE Art Fair
PULSE Contemporary Art Fair has always been on my Art Basel radar, but I was never able to wake up early enough for their brunch and it was difficult to make it out to their former location. Things have changed in the last two years and this one is particularly exciting. Lead by newly appointed director Helen Toomer, PULSE is refining and expanding the art fair experience. I had the pleasure of meeting Toomer earlier this year and our similar perspectives formed an instant and serendipitous friendship. PULSE’s programs are inspired by the desire to cultivate a dynamic environment in which visitors can connect and engage with art, performance and current topics in the art market. The programming for each edition of the fair is filtered through the lens of an overarching theme, which for PULSE Miami Beach is Spectacle.
PULSE Miami Beach
Tuesday, Dec 1st - Saturday, Dec 5th, 2015
4601 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Private Preview Brunch / VIP cardholders : Tuesday, December 1 at 1pm-4pm.
Opening Celebration (Public) : December 1 at 4pm
Miami Celebration (Public)* : Saturday, December 5 from 10am-5pm
Sunset Celebration (Public) : Saturday, December 5 at 5pm
*PULSE will celebrate Miami - MiamiDade residents will receive complimentary admission with valid ID between 10am - 5pm that day.
4. Nicole Ehrlich’s Annual Celebration of Women in Art
This is a big year for women in art, from the Rubell Family Collection’s NO MAN'S LAND to Nicole Ehrlich’s third annual Celebration of Women in Art. This year, Ehrlich is doing things a little differently, hosting an intimate invite-only champagne brunch and panel discussion on Thursday December 3rd at Omar’s Cabana Club at The Historic Miami Beach Women’s Club. In partnership with Omary’s NYC and 5D Society, this affair will center on “Artists Crossing Genres” and honor artist Natalie White with a panel moderated by yours truly. Featuring artists Millie Brown, Fischer Cherry and Karen Bystedt. Women In Art serves as a benefit and platform for such organizations as Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation, the Brooklyn Museum’s Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art and School of Doodle.
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5. Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM)
Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) is one of the city’s most breathtaking fine art institutions and Miami’s gateway into the international art world. Its architecture, designed by Herzog & de Meuron at 1103 Biscayne Blvd, is particularly iconic. The former Miami Art Museum (MAM) opened its doors Art Basel 2013 and in its second year, brings big changes and great programming. PAMM recently appointed Franklin Sirmans as museum’s director following his time at Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) where he has served as department head and curator of art. Very exciting things are on their way for PAMM and here are my two favorite projects for this season:
Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) is one of the city’s most breathtaking fine art institutions and Miami’s gateway into the international art world. Its architecture, designed by Herzog & de Meuron at 1103 Biscayne Blvd, is particularly iconic. The former Miami Art Museum (MAM) opened its doors Art Basel 2013 and in its second year, brings big changes and great programming. PAMM recently appointed Franklin Sirmans as museum’s director following his time at Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) where he has served as department head and curator of contemporary art. Very exciting things are on their way for PAMM and here are my two favorite projects for this season:
Nari Ward: Sun Splashed
November 19, 2015 – February 21, 2016
PAMM Presents : Dimensions by Devonté Hynes (Blood Orange) & Ryan McNamara
Members & VIP Card Holders : Thursday Dec 3 at 9pm-1am