Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Miami RECAP Part 2
More 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
' inset wall works, both at POOL
' trompe l'oeil paintings at Federico Luger
There were some noticeable trends at this fair, including stripey, loose-geometric paintings in bold color patterns. This is Yui Yaegashi
at Misako & Rosen
And works/collages on found paper materials. This is Martin Neumaier
at Parisa Kind
Color was everywhere at CANADA
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.
TAGS: artfairs / miami