Post by thinkspace on Oct 13, 2009 11:18:29 GMT -8
We will be there at Aqua, as will Shooting Gallery and Yves Laroche and a killer mini group show from Murphy Fine Art Design will also be featured at the show and a few others we all know too, awaiting final word.
I know at Scope there will be Josh Liner, Jonathan LeVine (I think), New Image, Carmichael and a couple others.
Black Maria will be at Bridge. Will gather up other info I have and post soon along with our lineup we're bringing down to Aqua.
Post by LeBasse Projects on Oct 13, 2009 22:12:25 GMT -8
Bridge has indeed been rebranded Verge.
LeBasse Projects won't be in a Fair this year...we are focusing all our energy on our upcoming NY show...but we will be in Miami enjoying sunshine, art, mojitos and all the other goodness that is Basel. I hope to see some artchivalists down there. Its like Baby Tattooville - just bigger.
ps. don't be shocked if/when the LBP crew show up with some surprises...
Post by thinkspace on Oct 15, 2009 12:40:57 GMT -8
Seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong and Nike are bringing STAGES (a global art exhibition which raises funds and awareness for the fight against cancer) to Miami for Art Basel December 3 - 6, 2009. The lists of artists include Geoff McFetridge, Cai Guo-Qiang, Kaws, Futura, Kenny Scharf, Tom Sachs, José Parlá, Shepard Fairey, Os Gemeos and more.
Don't be surprised if you spot Lance Armstrong leading a Livestrong group ride through the streets of Miami in December. More details to come.
Post by thinkspace on Oct 26, 2009 16:16:47 GMT -8
The show that rocked Beverly Hills not too long ago heads south for Basel at OHWOW Gallery... nice!
DAVID LYNCH & DANGER MOUSE Dark Night Of The Soul Art Basel 2009 December 2 - 6, 2009 3100 NW 7 Avenue / Miami / Florida / 33127
Musical visionary Danger Mouse and iconoclastic filmmaker David Lynch pool their talents and reveal the stunning and haunting photographs from their groundbreaking project Dark Night of the Soul at Art Basel Miami Beach 2009.
Dark Night of the Soul is a full-length album and illustrated book, combining the talents of Danger Mouse, David Lynch and celebrated rock recluse Sparklehorse. In addition to the hardcover book, the album includes vocals from the Flaming Lips, Julian Casablancas of The Strokes, Frank Black of the Pixies, Iggy Pop, Nina Persson of The Cardigans, Suzanne Vega and many others.
The exhibition consists of over 50 original photographs by David Lynch which are displayed alongside the accompanying soundtrack by Danger Mouse and Sparklehorse. Seven limited edition prints of each photograph will be available for purchase. The exhibition will open December 2, 2009 as the much anticipated kickoff to Art Basel week 2009.
Post by thinkspace on Oct 28, 2009 17:37:03 GMT -8
Lil' breakdown of galleries that are known for showing artists from our movement that will be exhibiting down in Miami (by no means a comprehensive list and just focusing on the main four fairs down in Miami and on those galleries that are well known for regularly showing this style):
Aqua: Thinkspace Yves Laroche Murphy Design Bold Hype White Walls Harold Golen Gallery Black Maria Gallery
Art Basel: Blum & Poe Deitch Projects Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin Roberts & Tilton Tony Shafrazi Gallery
Pulse: Richard Heller Gallery
Scope: Carmichael Gallery New Image Art David B. Smith Gallery Irvine Contemporary Jonathan LeVine Gallery Joshua Liner Gallery Opus Gallery Sloan Fine Art
Last Edit: Nov 17, 2009 10:43:26 GMT -8 by thinkspace
Post by thinkspace on Nov 17, 2009 10:43:56 GMT -8
From December 3 through 6, 2009, Miami Beach, Florida, will be home to the 8th edition of Art Basel Miami Beach, the international art show. More than 250 leading galleries from North America, Europe, Latin America, Asia and Africa will take part. Chosen by renowned gallerists of the Art Basel Miami Beach Selection Committee, the galleries will show works by more than 2,000 artists of the 20th and 21st centuries. Special sectors are devoted to very recent artworks, curated exhibits, performance, and art in public spaces. This year, the layout of Art Basel Miami Beach will be extensively redesigned, including larger spaces for many galleries, and a new floorplan designed to improve the gallery exhibition and visitor experience inside the convention center. Art Galleries, the main section of the show, will feature more than 180 galleries from all continents.
For Art Basel Miami Beach 2009 the Selection Committee has chosen 28 galleries to present an Art Kabinett - separate areas within the booths of the Art Galleries sector, providing a space to exhibit both single artists' works and thematic group exhibitions spotlighting the curatorial skills of the gallerists. The projects in this sector of the show feature a wide array of artists, ranging from emerging artists such as Jakub Julian Ziotkowski, Haegue Yang and Latifa Echakhch to historical figures like Marcel Duchamp, George Grosz and Jack Tworkov. Further highlights include projects by Olafur Eliasson, Anish Kapoor, Richard Prince and Wim Delvoye. Group shows include exhibitions titled “Ninety Years of Bauhaus” and “Aspects of Pop Art”.
The Art Nova sector serves as a platform for the galleries of Art Basel Miami Beach to present works produced in the last two years, by a maximum of three artists. This year 64 international galleries have been chosen for the sector by the Selection Committee. Works by more than 130 artists from around the globe are on display, including 17 solo shows, featuring artists such as Marc Bijl, Valie Export, Rashid Rana, Dan Attoe, Michael Beutler, Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian, Jose Dávila and Marine Hugonnier.
The Art Positions sector - focuses on special projects by young artists and galleries, and formerly situated at Collins Park - will now be sited in the center of the Miami Beach Convention Center and features works by artists such as Renate Lorenz, Falke Pisano, Ulla von Brandenburg, Agathe Snow, Egill Saebjornsson, Reena Spaulings and Marcel Broodthaers.
Art Projects, curated for the first time this year by independent curator Patrick Charpenel of Guadalajara, Mexico, features 13 projects by internationally renowned artists such as Santiago Sierra, Claire Fontaine, William Pope.L, Rirkrit Tiravanija, and Franz West, selected from proposals by the galleries of Art Basel Miami Beach. The projects will be installed in the outdoor public spaces of Miami Beach, within close proximity to the Oceanfront area and the Miami Beach Convention Center.
The totally new Oceanfront environment will be created by Los Angeles artist Pae White, commissioned by Art Basel Miami Beach and Creative Time, the legendary New York-based public art organization, and host a daily program including the Art Basel Conversations, Art Perform, Art Video and Art Film. For the 2009 premiere of the Oceanfront, Pae White will create an immersive and interactive cityscape that will provide a new experience with each visit. By day, large color blocks will dominate the landscape. At night, these colors blocks transform into a shadowy group of buildings that house various merchants and performers.
Now located at the Oceanfront, the Art Basel Conversations will be inaugurated by an Artist Talk premiere, which this year features Chinese artist Ai Weiwei. For the following Art Basel Conversations, topics include “Museum Directors: Change in Generation”, “Art Collections in Latin America” and “The Future of the Museum: The Portable Museum”.
Art Video, curated by Creative Time, will involve screenings of videos by Tom Sachs and The Neistat Brothers, Marc Horowitz, Jill Magid, Kon Trubkovich, followed by discussions with the artists.
Art Perform features an intensified program of longer performances by rising international artists. This program will again be conceived by curator Jens Hoffmann, director of the CCA Wattis Institute, San Francisco. It will take place on Thursday and Saturday at 9 pm and feature performances by Kelly Nipper, Kris Martin, Simon Fujiwara, Claire Fontaine, and Mario Garcia Torres / Loris Gréaud.
This year's Art Film event offers an exclusive work-in-progress sneak preview of the feature documentary film “Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child.”, preceded by a panel with a selection of the film's participants, moderated by Bob Colacello. “Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child” is directed by Tamra Davis and features a long and never-before-seen interview with Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960-1988) shortly before his death. Art Film is curated by Zurich film connaisseur This Brunner.
Post by thinkspace on Nov 17, 2009 20:27:19 GMT -8
In additon to the galleries noted above for SCOPE, word is out that a special exhibition curated by David Hunt (director of SCOPE's curatorial committee) will be in place at the fair and it will feature new large-scale works by: Doze Green, Jeff Soto, Scott Musgrove, and Stephan Doitschinoff (aka Calma).
Also hearing from Ellis G. that he'll be out doing a special project for SCOPE and getting word too from Gaia he may be out there for something... so some cool stuff is in the works for SCOPE this year.
Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale award-winning and published illustration student Cassie "Kazilla" Williams, along with graphic artist Mike Franco, founder of WST Worldwide, are planning a unique art extravaganza, "Multiversal Group Show," December 3-6, 2009, 5-10pm, at the American Legion in the Miami Modern District, 6445 NE 7th Ave, Miami, FL 33138, during Art Basel Miami. Admission is free.
"The Multiversal Group Show is expected to feature over 150 local and international artists in eight rooms," says Williams. She continues, "We wanted to also include the Miami premiere of the Los Angeles Feminality Art Show , a custom art toy expo featuring some of the top toy customizers in the business, live painting by the uber popular Tara McPherson, Buff Monster, Kano, Phetus, Mear One and more, a South Florida room showcasing local famous talent (such as Skot Olsen), live music during and after gallery hours featuring iMayDay!, Fusik, Shawn Chrystopher among others, and the 'School of Hard Knocks' which highlights the best and brightest art by students, alumni and professional faculty from The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale and the Miami International University of Art & Design. "
December 3rd-6th each day with a different theme, from the sprit of Tribal to the romantic robotics of Steam Punk.
Post by thinkspace on Nov 19, 2009 16:14:58 GMT -8
Here's the info on Art Whino's big show (held in the same warehouse as last year's Gen Art Vanguard show)
Art Whino: MIAMI 4 Day exhibit during Art Basel Miami
ART WHINO: MIAMI will be an innovative New Brow exhibition, complete with receptions and musical performances that will heighten the experience beyond the typical art show. Art from two separate traveling exhibitions, LIFE ESSENTIALS and OLD SKOOLIN’ will be brought together in Miami for the first time. This landmark multi-city, comprehensive exhibition will bring together the best of both traditionally trained and urban street art styles, helping to more define this era in contemporary art and set the bar even higher for the direction of art today. This combined show will highlight both music and art that spans the spectrum of current trends, and will be accompanied by installations and auxiliary exhibitions featuring live painting by several Art Whino artists.
Art Whino has also teamed up with Urbanite Bistro to host a special all day event Thursday, December 3rd in the outdoor garden space of Urbanite Bistro, featuring over 15 Art Whino artists painting live and musical performances. Artists will also showcase some of their newest works inside the restaurant for the entire of the month of December.
Outside of Urbanite Bistro, on several surrounding buildings, Primary Flight: The world’s largest site-specific street level mural installation will be taking place throughout the week. For more information visit primaryflight.com/blog/
Main Exhibit Charcoal Studios Across from the Street From Scope 2135 NW 1st AVE Miami, FL 33127
2nd Location Urbanite Bistro One block from Pulse 62 NE 14th Street Miami, FL 33132
Wednesday Dec 2nd Charcoal Studios
Press Preview 11am-5pm
Artists/Exhibitor Mixer 5pm-8pm
VIP and Press Cocktail 8pm-Midnight
Thursday Dec 3rd Urbanite Bistro and Outdoor Area
Outdoor Live Painting and Music Noon-8pm
Reception/After Party 11pm-2am
Thursday Dec 3rd Charcoal Studios
Art Whino: MIAMI General Admission 11am-8pm
Friday Dec 4th Charcoal Studios
Art Whino: MIAMI General Admission 11am-8pm
Reception with Musical Performance 8pm-Midnight $30 Reception Admission includes complimentary food samplings by Urbanite Bistro and complimentary beverages
Saturday Dec 5th Charcoal Studios
Art Whino: MIAMI General Admission 11am-8pm
Reception with Musical Performace 8pm-Midnight $30 Reception Admission includes complimentary food samplings by Urbanite Bistro and complimentary beverages
*drooling* it looks like it's gonna be a great event, which unfortunately, i'm going to miss at all... can't leave my students out in the dark while i'm going art whoring in miami... ;-) hope the basel goes out with a big bang!
Post by thinkspace on Nov 25, 2009 11:22:34 GMT -8
Man, the goodness just keeps coming. This rivals Primary Flight - check this out:
JEFFREY DEITCH AND TONY GOLDMAN INVITE YOU TO THE OPENING OF: THE WYNWOOD WALLS NW 26TH STREET & 2ND AVENUE MIAMI FL OUTDOOR MURALS BY AIKO JIM DRAIN SHEPARD FAIREY STELIOS FAITAKIS FUTURA BARRY MCGEE NUNCA OS GEMEOS/NINA/FINOK ARA PETERSON CLARE ROJAS KENNY SCHARF SWOON/DAVID ELLIS/BEN WOLF
OPENING THURSDAY DECEMBER 3RD 2009, 8 - 11 PM WITH A PERFORMANCE BY NEW ORLEANS BOUNCE DIVA BIG FREEDIA WITH DJ RUSTY LAZER AT 10 PM
DEITCH PROJECTS AT THE GOLDMAN WAREHOUSE 404 NW 26TH STREET MIAMI FL
Post by markmurphy on Nov 25, 2009 21:51:05 GMT -8
Art Basel in Miami is pretty overwhelming, but a great education, as you experience visual overload. The parties are inspired, the artists amped and there is a great spirit in the air, as many people travel from around the globe. As far as a one stop review of a huge selection of what is happening in every part of the world, Art Basel in Miami and Switzerland are hands down amazing. So check it, and say hey over at Aqua Wynwood, the exhibition is looking tight and there are many Southern Cali galleries shaking it up. Enjoy and happy Thanks.
Mark Murphy // Murphy Design Creative resource for art and inspiration :
Post by Provocative Artwork on Nov 27, 2009 7:35:08 GMT -8
Great exstensive list. The Wife and I are finally making it down. 3 years in the making. Going to Stages Thursday, Probably Scope Friday. Very excited to see the amazing work and feel the energy that once was Miami. I will most likely be in a red Supreme hat with a short brunette. Hollar if you see me
Post by thinkspace on Nov 29, 2009 18:47:44 GMT -8
Here's a condensed road map of the main fairs we’ll be hitting up as well as a breakdown of all the special events worth checking out while in Miami below. This is by no means a full listing of all the fairs or special events, but these are the main events happening that feature artists and galleries from our movement. There will be much to discover out of sheer happenstance once in Miami. Can’t wait!
Aqua Art Miami: (42 NE 25th Street (at North Miami Ave) in the Wynwood Arts District, near important venues like the Rubell Collection and many others) Noteworthy galleries taking part: Thinkspace Yves Laroche Murphy Design Bold Hype White Walls Shooting Gallery Harold Golen Gallery Black Maria Gallery
Plus a large outdoor mural from Greg Gossel and daily screenings of ‘Scribble.08’ from Murphy Fine Art Flims in the Aqua Video Lounge
SCOPE: (new location in the Wynwood Arts District - SOHO Studios - 2136 NW 1st Avenue - enter at NW 21st St.)
Noteworthy galleries taking part: Carmichael Gallery New Image Art David B. Smith Gallery Irvine Contemporary Jonathan LeVine Gallery Joshua Liner Gallery Opus Gallery Sloan Fine Art Eyestorm Wilde Anonymous Mauger Modern Art
There will also be a special exhibition entitled “Chimera” curated by David Hunt (director of SCOPE's curatorial committee and Jonathan LeVine) which will take place at the fair and it will feature new large-scale works by: Pedro Barbeito, Melissa Brown, Doze Green, Luis Macias, Christof Mascher, Jeff Soto, Fernando Mastrangelo, Dave McDermott, Ted O’Sullivan, Christoph Steinmeyer, Ouattara Watts, Andrzej Zielinski, Kevin Zucker, and Stephan Doitschinoff aka CALMA
Plus Ellis G. will be out doing a special project for SCOPE involving his chalk shadows throughout the fair and surroundings and Gaia will be doing a 40 foot long mural inside of SCOPE as well as special projects from several of the Primary Flight artists throughout.
First View for all VIPs and Press: Wednesday, December 2nd 10am-6pm ($100 donation also available for non-VIP pass holders)
Fair Hours: Thursday, December 3rd to Saturday, December 6th 10am-7pm / Sunday, December 7th 10am-6pm
Primary Flight – outside street level mural project The world’s largest site-specific street level mural installation will be taking place daily all week long during Art Basel. Check out the site for full details and a map of all the action.
Artists taking part this year include Augor, Bask, C215, Case, Dabs Myla, Jim Darling, D*Face, Dolla Lama, Ellis G., Ewok, Kenny Scharf, Parskid, Push, Shepard Fairey, Meggs, Michael De Feo, Ron English, El Mac, Logan Hicks, Kenton Parker, Rime, Risk, Santiago Rubino, Retna, Reyes, Revok, Jeff Soto, Tes One, Sever, The London Police, Tristan Eaton, Zevs, and many more
‘Blueprint For Space’ - Primary Flight group show Art Center South Florida Gallery 800 Lincoln Road at Meridian Ave in Miami Beach
Group show featuring works from several of the artists taking part in this year’s ‘Primary Flight’ mural project including Augor, Bask, C215, Jim Darling, D*Face, Shepard Fairey, Meggs, Michael De Feo, Ron English, El Mac, Logan Hicks, Kenton Parker, Santiago Rubino, Retna, Reyes, Revok, Jeff Soto, Tes One, Zevs, and many more
Opening Reception: Wed, Dec. 2nd 8-10PM
On view: Dec. 1st – Jan, 2nd, 2010 (free admission)
Opening Reception: Thurs, Dec. 3rd (invite only – featuring a performance by Atlas Sound)
Open to the public: December 4th – December 6th
Seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong and Nike are bringing STAGES (a global art exhibition which raises funds and awareness for the fight against cancer) to Miami for Art Basel – presented in part by O.H.W.O.W. - the list of artists include Geoff McFetridge, the Clayton Brothers, Cai Guo-Qiang, KAWS, Futura, Kenny Scharf, Erik Parker, Tom Sachs, José Parlá, Shepard Fairey, Os Gemeos, and more
Jeffrey Deitch & Tony Goldman present ‘The Wynwood Walls’ Goldman Warehouse (404 NW 26th Street at 2nd Avenue in Miami)
Opening Reception: Thurs, Dec. 3rd 8-11PM with a performance by New Orleans bounce diva Big Freedia & DJ Rusty Lazer
Featuring outdoor murals from: Aiko, Jim Drain, Shepard Fairey, Stelios Faitakis, Futura, Barry McGee, Nunca, Os Gemeos, Nina, Finok, Ara Peterson, Clare Rojas, Kenny Scharf, Swoon, David Ellis, and Ben Wolf
David Lynch & Danger Mouse ‘Dark Night Of The Soul’ featuring over 50 original photographs by David Lynch which are displayed alongside an accompanying soundtrack by Danger Mouse and Sparklehorse
It Ain’t Fair Group Show Featuring works from over 30 artists including the likes of KAWS, Todd James, Scott Campbell, Neck Face, Jose Parla, Erik Parker, Kenny Scharf, Eric White, Aaron Young and many more
Opening Reception: Wed, Dec. 2nd
December 2nd – 6th
Opening night will feature a special rooftop performance by French symphonic composer Koudlam alongside a jumbo outdoor screening of Cyprien Gaillard’s ‘Crazy Horse’ accompanied by explosions and visual effects
Multiversal + Feminality Group Shows December 3rd – 6th 5pm - 10pm (free admission) American Legion in the Miami Modern District 6445 NE 7th Ave
Featuring a custom art toy expo including some of the top toy customizers in the business, live painting by Tara McPherson, Buff Monster, Kano, Phetus, Mear One and more, a South Florida room showcasing local famous talent (such as Skot Olsen), live music during and after gallery hours featuring iMayDay!, Fusik, Shawn Chrystopher among others, and the 'School of Hard Knocks' which highlights the best and brightest art by students, alumni and professional faculty from The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale and the Miami International University of Art & Design – in total over 150 artists will be taking part in this special event – check the site for the full lineup of artists in the accompanying group shows
Graffiti Gone Global group show 3252 NE 1st Avenue, Suite 101 in Miami
Opening Reception: Thurs, Dec. 3rd (exact details not confirmed)
General Hours: Friday, December 4th: 12 – 8pm / Saturday, December 5th: 12 – 9pm / Sunday, December 6th: 12 -- 3pm
Curated by James and Karla Murray, authors of best-selling titles Store Front-The Disappearing Face of New York, Miami Graffiti, Broken Windows and Burning New York, the exhibition will feature a selection of work from today’s top street artists.
Exhibiting artists include: 131 Projects (Argentina), Aiko Nakagawa (Japan), Armogedon 2057 (Armenia), Billi Kid (Colombia), Crome (Miami), Cycle (NYC), David Cooper (NYC), Doze Green (NYC), Ewok One 5MH (NYC), Flip (Brazil), Ghost aka Cousin Frank (NYC), Jana Joana (Brazil), Lady Pink (Ecuador), Nina (Brazil), Shiro (Japan), Smael (Brazil), Sofia Maldonado (Puerto Rico), Suiko (Japan) and Vitché (Brazil).
Max Fish – 20 Year Anniversary 28 NE 14th Street in Miami
In celebration of the 20th Anniversary of this legendary New York City bar , a functioning bar in downtown Miami has been taken over and will feature an art installation created out of core elements of the Lower East Side location and will feature a full lineup of live bands and DJ’s performing nightly during the week as well as movie screenings in an outdoor space