To kick off Art Basel, Miami staple OHWOW Gallery opened two ambitious shows last night – the group effort “It Ain’t Fair 2009” as well as David Lynch, Sparklehorse and Danger Mouse’s “Dark Night of the Soul.” With heavy hitters such as Kaws, Barry McGee and Jose Parla, combined with David Lynch’s photography and Danger Mouse’s music, OHWOW has further cemented themselves as the leaders in the Miami art scene. More pictures after the jump.
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AM swung by Deitch Project’s Wynwood Walls early yesterday to check out the massive mural installation, still in progress. Upon arriving at the complex, we were greeted by Martha Cooper (interviewed) who was busy taking shots of Futura, Shepard Fairey (featured), Os Gemeos and Kenny Scharf as they were busy installing their massive murals. With additional pieces by Aiko, Barry McGee and Swoon (interviewed), expect Wynwood Walls to present an impressive showing later this evening. More pictures after the jump.
Earlier today, Art Basel Miami held it’s media preview and AM was on hand enjoy the biggest art show in North America. Much like last year’s Basel (here), the seemingly endless columns of blue chip galleries provided a tsunami of top notch art work for all that will attend this high caliber show. We only had a few hours to run down the aisles, so enjoy this first look at the goodies. We’ll be back soon enough with an in-depth look when we take our time […]
Stepping into the Deitch booth at Art Basel today, our attention was immediately drawn to the huge Michael Jackson painting by Kehinde Wiley. Apparently, Jackson contacted Kehinde a while back about a commission portrait after seeing his work at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, but Kehinde blew it off because he thought it was a joke. When Kehinde realized it was a real request, he sent over some art historical books to Jackson for him to look overbut unfortunately, the singer passed away before he […]
Last night, the first members of the AM crew flew into Miami for our coverage for Art Basel Week and what greeted us was the opening bash at Emmanuel Perrotin. The night’s exclusive events included cocktails, a fabulously catered dinner, an outdoor dance floor where the guests got down for the festivities. Of course the art was the draw as the gallery space opened a new series of shows including the unveiling of the new “tank chairs” from Pharrell Williams, as well as solo shows from Matthew Day Jackson and […]
UK based gallery Mauger Modern Art has some familiar names in a group show for Art Basel Week this year. Artists in the lineup include Emil Alzamora, Tim Biskup, Luke Chueh (interviewed), Ron English (featured), Turf One, Jenn Porreca, Erik Mark Sandberg, Geza Szollosi, and Martin Wittfooth so stop by SCOPE if you have a chance to check out “There’s Still Life.” More preview images after the jump…
Mark Murphy has been going to Art Basel Week in Miami for a while now. This year, he will be showing at Aqua Wynwood with sixteen artists including Cathie Bleck, Christopher Buzelli, Robert Steven Connett, Brendan Danielsson, Leslie Ditto, Tony Fitzpatrick, Seonna Hong, Dan May (interviewed), Meggs, Mia (interviewed), Joel Nakamura, Jeff Soto (interviewed), Mark Todd, Marco Wagner, Esther Pearl Watson, and Martin Wittfooth. His fantastic Scribble.08 will be screened daily during the fair at the Aqua Wynwood Lounge. For now, take a look at […]
Carmichael Gallery will exhibit a selection of work from Simon Birch, Boxi, case, Hush (interviewed), Mark Jenkins, Nunca and Sixeart and a daily site-specific installation from Aakash Nihalani at SCOPE Miami 2009 this year. Looks like they are already getting ready with the booth setup from the pics they sent us. Check out more preview images after the jump…
Another stong group show to check out in Miami this week is “It Ain’t Fair” at OHWOW Gallery (also the site of the STAGES show). The international group show comprised of over 30 artists including Scott Campbell, Todd James aka REAS , KAWS, Terence Koh, Neck Face, Keiichi Nitta, José Parlá, Erik Parker, Kenny Scharf, Aurel Schmidt, Eric White (interviewed), and Aaron Young among many others. Opening night will be highlighted by the screening of Cyprien Gaillard’s “Cities of Gold and Mirrors” accompanied by a […]
A project by Scott Musgrove that we first told you about here has finally come to fruition – just in time for Art Basel Week. He will be unveiling one of the massive bronze sculptures he has been working on entitled “The Great Lesser PlantSampler” (measuring 66 x 60 inches) at the SCOPE sculpture garden and for a nominal fee of $38K, you can bring one of these babies home with you from Miami. (more info at the Jonathan Levine booth) Take a look at […]