Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Miami RECAP Part 2More pics from the fairs:
This fair surely wins for exhibitor experience--can you imagine standing in your booth all day with those views??
Some standouts from the fair were Martin Roth's seeded rugs, and
Patrick Jacobs' inset wall works, both at POOL Gallery's booth.
Franklin Evans' trompe l'oeil paintings at Federico Luger's booth.
There were some noticeable trends at this fair, including stripey, loose-geometric paintings in bold color patterns. This is Yui Yaegashi at Misako & Rosen's booth.
And works/collages on found paper materials. This is Martin Neumaier at Parisa Kind's booth.
Color was everywhere at CANADA's booth.
And the pool party was one big blow-up-doll fest...
Complete with floating cinder blocks.
GREAT cafe / outdoor lounge area.
There was an artist producing an intricate colored sand drawing near the cafe's entrance--I watched nervously as at least one attendee trampled through it unaware.
Spacious. Lots of light. Not too much foot traffic.
This was my first time visiting Design Miami, and I'd happily visit again. Here's the impressive AUDI Robot making carbon fiber chairs.
And this stunning presentation by Perrier-Jouet: "Lost Time" by Glithero is an installation of hanging strands of nickel beads.
Galerie Micky Schubert, from Berlin--lovely, minimal booth. A breath of fresh air amongst all of the craziness.
And lastly, my Eve and Adele sighting. My art fairing is complete.
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