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Table of Contents Show Hours & Show Map

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Welcome Letter from Eric Smith

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Welcome Letter from the Mayor of Miami

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Show Schedule

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Guide to Miami Art Week

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Hot Tables Dining Guide

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Art Scene

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Spotlight Artists

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[PLATFORM] Artist of the Year Awards

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Art Labs

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LaunchPad Artist

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Collector Profile

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[SOLO] Preview

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Exhibitor Directory

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Sponsors

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SPECTRUM MIAMI | 2016

Embracing Metamorphosis by Souren Z Mousavi

The Girl Inside by Delita Martin / Galerie Myrtis

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Show Hours & Show Map SHOW HOURS OPENING NIGHT PREVIEW PARTY WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30 | 6–10 PM

MAIN SHOW HOURS

Entrancing art is around every corner at Spectrum Miami

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1 | 12–8 PM FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2 | 12–8 PM SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3 | 12–8 PM SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4 | 12–5 PM

OPENING NIGHT PREVIEW PARTY Be there as the excitement of Spectrum Miami comes to life on Opening Night! You’ll be among the first to see this year’s incredible collection of art from over 130 exhibitors from around the world. And special events abound, from Light the Night with Cirque du Soleil to the announcement of the winner of our [PLATFORM] Artist of the Year contest, a fashion show from Planet Fashion TV, and much more. Grab a cocktail and enjoy the hottest tracks from New York’s DJ Keith Butler while experiencing everything Spectrum Miami has to offer.

Umbrella by Carmen Smith

TWO INCREDIBLE SHOWS, ONE DESTINATION Did you know that your Spectrum Miami ticket also gets you into Red Dot Miami, a high-end, gallery-only show taking place right next door? That’s right—with access to both shows, you’ll get to see stunning artwork from hundreds of galleries worldwide for the price of one ticket. It’s THE can’t-miss duo during Miami Art Week!

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Welcome   to Spectrum Miami 2016

Spectrum Miami 2016 Email: info@redwoodmg.com Web: www.spectrum-miami.com Address: Redwood Media Group P.O. Box 360 Hinckley, OH 44233 CEO Eric Smith

I’ve been involved with Miami Art Week since the early days, and I look forward to it every year. Redwood does shows all over the country—from New York City to San Diego, Santa Fe to the Coachella Valley—but Miami remains one of my favorites.

SHOW CATALOG

What is it about Spectrum Miami that makes it so special? For one thing, being a part of the intense excitement that builds before Miami Art Week is incredible. People from all over the world gather to make Miami the center of the art world for one week, so the city is buzzing with anticipation over the events, parties, and fashion shows to come.

Writer and Copy Editor Nina Benjamin

But the main reason I hold Spectrum Miami dear is that it offers people coming to the show a chance to meet the exhibiting artists and gallery owners. And not only do the artists actually come to the show, but many also create their next masterpiece onsite, while giving you an exclusive peek at the process. It’s the perfect opportunity for you as art collectors to talk to the artists, learn their stories, and take home pieces you love. This year, we have an extraordinary lineup of events for you to enjoy. From thought-provoking Art Labs to glorious displays of imagination courtesy of Cirque du Soleil’s Kurios, I’m confident there’s something to dazzle and delight every showgoer. We’d like to give a special thanks to Florida Design Magazine and Planet Fashion TV, as well as all of our other wonderful sponsors, for their generous partnership. And thank you, our fabulous attendees, for making this show a success year after year! We couldn’t do it without you. We hope you enjoy the show!

Eric Smith President, Redwood Media Group

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Managing Editor Linda Mariano Editor Lee Mergner

Art Director Stacy Dalton Senior Designer Laura Mullikin Graphic Designer Alex Ordway Advertising Rick Barnett, Managing Director Business Development Group Email: rick.barnett@redwoodmg.com Phone: 831-747-0112 Ashley Tedesco, Director of Sales, Print Media Email: Ashley.Tedesco@redwoodmg.com Phone: 831-970-5611 Operations and Finance Geoff Fox COO/CFO Email: geoff.fox@redwoodmg.com Sales Administration Kristyn Falcione Email: kfalcione@madavor.com SHOW MANAGEMENT TEAM Eric Smith | President/CEO / Rick Barnett | Managing Director, Business Development Group / Linda Mariano | Managing Director, Marketing / Geoff Fox | CFO/COO / Stacy Dalton | Creative Director / Laura Mullikin | Senior Graphic Designer / Rob Hibbs | Director of IT / Kyle McNeill | IT/Web Associate / Ashley Tedesco | Director of Sales, Print Media / Rita Popowicz | Business Development Director, Continental Europe, Russia, & Middle East / Steve Cherng | Business Development Director, Asia / Nina Benjamin | Content Manager / Kelly Smith | Exhibitor & Attendee Relations Manager / Mira Fox | Operations Manager / Olive PR Solutions | Media


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Show Schedule ART LAB 2: “ART LOVES FASHION” 6:00–10:00 PM Sculpture Garden

The art, the events, and the excitement

fashion series, is pleased to host “Art

MEET THE ARTIST Live Demonstration: Rosaria Aestus Vigorito, Contemporary Art Projects USA 2:30 PM Booth 315

of Spectrum Miami all come alive on

Loves Fashion.” This private event will

Meet specially invited artist Rosaria

Opening Night! Enjoy the hottest tracks

feature fashion shows, cocktails, and a

Aestus Vigorito from Italy and watch

from New York’s DJ Keith Butler while

live performance by a special celebrity

as she paints the next addition to her

experiencing a sneak peek at everything

recording artist. For information, contact

special installation and project, Mosaics

Spectrum Miami has to offer.

info@planetfashiontv.com.

of Inner States. Learn how making art has

ART LAB 1: LIGHT THE NIGHT BY CIRQUE DU SOLEIL: UNVEILING 6:00–10:00 PM Spectrum Miami Front Patio and Sculpture Garden

ART LAB 3: [PLATFORM] ARTIST OF THE YEAR AWARDS: WINNER REVEAL 6:30 PM Booth 909 Join us as we announce the winner of

Join us for a special installation by Cirque

the [PLATFORM] Artist of the Year contest!

du Soleil’s Kurios designers and street

After months of searching, reviewing

team as they illuminate the façade of

artwork, and interviewing artists, tonight

MEET THE ARTIST Live Demonstration: LaunchPad Artist Luis A. Gutierrez 3:30 PM Booth 802

Spectrum Miami, giving us a taste of

is the culmination of the whole process—

The artist chosen for 2016’s LaunchPad

Kurios, an imaginative world that defies

don’t miss it! You’ll also get to meet the

Program, Luis A. Gutierrez, will show you

the laws of physics and stretches our

Top 10 Finalists and view their artwork. Be

how he creates his thoughtful work. Born

perceptions.

sure to vote for your favorite!

in Columbia and now a Miami resident,

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 30 OPENING NIGHT PREVIEW PARTY 6:00–10:00 PM

Planet Fashion TV, the syndicated

helped her through dark moments and continues to be a source of sustenance. Watch as she channels her passion onto the canvas!

Luis has a passion for creativity and

SPECIAL EVENT: WATER FOR PEOPLE 6:00–10:00 PM Spectrum Miami Back Patio

THURSDAY, DEC. 1 SHOW HOURS: 12:00–8:00 PM

making a difference that fuels his awardwinning collections. In a world where we are bombarded by media of all kinds, Luis questions the effect it has on our

limited-edition Absolut Elyx copper

ART LAB 3: [PLATFORM] ARTIST OF THE YEAR AWARDS 12:00–8:00 PM Booth 909

pineapples and hear about Water For

Meet the [PLATFORM] Artist of the Year

People’s mission to provide access to

winner and finalists and see their artwork.

improved water and sanitation systems

Be sure to vote for your favorite!

Be transported back in time as you step into this special installation and vintage water truck. See the beautiful,

daily lives.

in developing countries—and how every copper pineapple is helping to achieve that goal.

SPECIAL EVENT: WATER FOR PEOPLE * 12:00–8:00 PM Spectrum Miami Back Patio

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ART TALK: ENVIRONMENT & LANDSCAPE IN CONTEMPORARY ART Linda VarnHagen-Phelps, Artist and Professor at Miami International University of Art & Design 4:00 PM Art Talk Area

MEET THE ARTIST Live Demonstration: Mary Hong, Alexander and Victor Fine Art 4:30 PM Booth 613

ART LAB 1: LIGHT THE NIGHT BY CIRQUE DU SOLEIL * 5:00–8:00 PM Spectrum Miami Front Patio and Sculpture Garden

Meet Mary Hong, an award-winning

Join the conversation! In this Art Talk,

Category Winners. Watch as Mary

we’ll discuss the idea of the changing

crafts one of her dynamic, glass-

MEET THE ARTIST Souren Mousavi, Souren Mousavi Studio 5:30 PM Booth 520

landscape in contemporary art-

encrusted mixed-media pieces, fusing

Persian-born artist Souren Mousavi’s

making practices. Time, proximity, and

color and composition together in

amazing watercolor paintings, drawings,

environment all influence how and why

creative harmony.

and distinctive oil and acrylic paintings

artist and entrepreneur and one of the [PLATFORM] Artist of the Year Special

an artist creates. Looking at past and current works of several artists, including David Hilliard, Linda will explore how her work and the work of others has changed over their careers.

are all infused with vivid color and form.

MEET THE ARTIST Quetzalcoatl, Contemporary Art Projects USA 5:00 PM Booth 315

MEET THE ARTIST Live Demonstration: Garsot and Helen Kagan, ArtSynergism by Garsot and Helen Kagan 4:30 PM Booth 111

Meet Puerto Rican artist Quetzalcoatl

Watch the collaboration of two artists,

listening? Are you seeing?” Join him for a

the legendary Garsot and the esteemed

conversation about his creative passions.

Her journey to safety and freedom and, of course, her cultural heritage and feminine perspective have all influenced her work. Come listen to her inspirations and see her award-winning art.

and see his special installation project, Peeking. His comments about his work give us a clue to his creative spirit: “I was inspired by the eyes... by seeing. Roll down your sunglasses and take a peek... Are you living? Are you kissing? Are you

Helen Kagan, come alive. They call their

MEET THE ARTIST Live Demonstration: LaunchPad Artist Luis A. Gutierrez * 6:00 PM Booth 802 MEET THE ARTIST Peter Kephart, Gallery NK 6:00 PM Booth 519

synergy in action as they create their

MEET THE ARTIST John Napoli, John Napoli Fine Art 5:00 PM Booth 308

newest masterpiece.

It’s impossible not to be inspired by John

in the woods, add paper, gunpowder,

Napoli, because his deep love for art

water, maybe a bit of watercolor, and

shows in every piece he creates. He

the singeing and burning create the

says, “I love art. I want to grow it. I want

beginning of the artwork. Embellished

to take it to places it’s never been before.

with smoldering charcoal onsite, each

Have it be something it’s only dreamed

piece is completed in the studio with

of being. My art philosophy is to create

soft pastels. You’ll be amazed!

concept Synergism—a way to give each artist’s individual gifts a new dimension and expand into something greater than their individual selves. See this

Come meet Peter Kephart and see his fireworks—literally. Every piece of his art is created in part by fire. Start with a bonfire

work that exists purely for its aesthetic. Work that is riddled with mystery, beauty, meaning, and artistic ingenuity.” Stop by and see what he’s been up to in his treehouse studio!

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SHOW SCHEDULE

MEET THE ARTIST Live Demonstration: Rosaria Aestus Vigorito, Contemporary Art Projects USA * 6:30 PM Booth 315

FRIDAY, DEC. 2 SHOW HOURS: 12:00–8:00 PM ART LAB 3: [PLATFORM] ARTIST OF THE YEAR AWARDS 12:00–8:00 PM Booth 909

MEET THE ARTIST Amy LaBonte, Artblend 2:00 PM Booth 307 Meet Amy LaBonte, an abstract

MEET THE ARTIST Live Demonstration: Noel Aquino, Elizabeth Reyes Gallery 4:00 PM Booth 513

contemporary artist whose work is so

See Noel Aquino create his next

influenced by nature that she imagines

“contemporary modernism” work of art.

the woods and ocean, silence, cicadas,

Since leaving Cuba and coming to the

wild berries, and peaceful summer

United States, Aquino’s work has shifted

afternoons as part of every piece. She

from realistic interpretations to his present

considers her abstracts an embodiment

style, which seems to evoke perceptions

of the expressionists’ bold organics and

of familiarity from the viewer. Watch as

depth psychology, combined with her

his color play turns the canvas into a

love of rhythm and movement. What will

beautiful expression of his art.

you see in her collection?

Meet the [PLATFORM] Artist of the Year winner and finalists and see their artwork. Be sure to vote for your favorite!

SPECIAL EVENT: WATER FOR PEOPLE * 12:00–8:00 PM Spectrum Miami Back Patio

MEET THE ARTIST Live Demonstration: Rosaria Aestus Vigorito, Contemporary Art Projects USA * 2:30 PM Booth 315

MEET THE ARTIST Live Demonstration: Garsot and Helen Kagan, ArtSynergism by Garsot and Helen Kagan * 4:30 PM Booth 111

MEET THE ARTIST Jose Luis Quinones, Artblend 3:00 PM Booth 307

MEET THE ARTIST Denyse Klette, Denyse Klette Studio 4:30 PM Booth S1121

Jose Luis Quinones has been painting for

Come meet artist Denyse Klette,

over 40 years. His passion for perfection

whose whimsical style will delight you.

and artistic talent combine to create an

Every piece reflects the depth of her

exciting blend of dazzling colors and

imagination, one that has never stopped

Join Robin Hodes and her panel as

the illusion of a 3D surface. Everyday

growing since she made the decision

they discuss how to identify your taste,

objects become the inspiration for his

when she was eight years old to become

define your style, and collect what you

oil paintings that fuse photorealism and

an artist. It’s easy to see that she loves

love. We’ll discuss color, theme, genre,

Pop Art, producing a visual delight for

what she does—and you will too!

and interpretive message, plus how to

everyone to experience. Come meet

incorporate it all into your home decor.

Jose and feel the excitement of his

It’s a don’t-miss Design Friday Art Talk!

extraordinary artwork.

ART TALK: DESIGN FRIDAY! DEFINING YOUR COLLECTION ROBIN HODES, EDITOR AND DESIGNER, FLORIDA DESIGN MAGAZINE 1:00 PM Art Talk Area

DJ KEITH BUTLER 5:00–8:00 PM Enjoy the hottest tracks from New York’s

MEET THE ARTIST Live Demonstration: LaunchPad Artist Luis A. Gutierrez * 3:30 PM Booth 802

DJ Keith Butler while experiencing the excitement of Spectrum Miami’s amazing art and events.

ART LAB 1: LIGHT THE NIGHT BY CIRQUE DU SOLEIL * 5:00–8:00 PM Spectrum Miami Front Patio and Sculpture Garden

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MEET THE ARTIST Souren Mousavi, Souren Mousavi Studio * 5:30 PM Booth 520 MEET THE ARTIST Live Demonstration: LaunchPad Artist Luis A. Gutierrez * 6:00 PM Booth 802 MEET THE ARTIST Alexis Silk, Gary Traczyk, Harry Roa, and Jim Keller, Mattson’s Fine Art 6:00 PM Booth 411

SPECIAL EVENT: WATER FOR PEOPLE * 12:00–8:00 PM Spectrum Miami Back Patio MEET THE ARTIST Valenz, Artblend 2:00 PM Booth 307

sculpture, and more sculpture! Whether they work with glass, wood, steel, or precious metals and stones, these four acclaimed artists have stories and art that will amaze you. Whose piece will be

You may have thought they were paintings until you looked closer—or

Come see the stories that Valenz tells

did you realize they were the famous

in his art—you’ll recognize the objects

photorealistic Suzhou embroideries and

and you’ll hear his interpretations of why

fresco panels? It’s a time-traveling, info-

they are important aspects of our lives.

packed discussion on the inception of

In his art, items such as chairs, stairs,

this ancient tradition. You’ll hear details

beds, unicycles, trapezes, swings, and

of the classic techniques used in making

machines, all become stories of life. And it

the Suzhou embroidery works and fresco

is clear that painting those interpretations

panel paintings, as well as how to collect

is his life.

and live with contemporary works deeply

Come meet this remarkable group of artists from Mattson’s, featuring sculpture,

ART TALK: LOOK INTO, LOOK BEYOND - THE UNEXPECTED Rae Wang, Curator, and Zhi Huang, Research Associate, Huayuan Art 3:00 PM Art Talk Area

rooted in the history and tradition.

MEET THE ARTIST Live Demonstration: Rosaria Aestus Vigorito, Contemporary Art Projects USA * 2:30 PM Booth 315

MEET THE ARTIST Live Demonstration: LaunchPad Artist Luis A. Gutierrez * 3:30 PM Booth 802

the right addition to your collection?

MEET THE ARTIST Peter Kephart, Gallery NK * 6:00 PM Booth 519 MEET THE ARTIST Live Demonstration: Rosaria Aestus Vigorito, Contemporary Art Projects USA * 6:30 PM Booth 315

SATURDAY, DEC. 3 SHOW HOURS: 12:00–8:00 PM

MEET THE ARTIST Cosimo Scianna, Artblend 3:00 PM Booth 307 Travel with Cosimo Scianna through

MEET THE ARTIST Michelle and Robert Casarietti, Casarietti Studio 4:00 PM Booth S1101

his award-winning photography, which

Here’s a couple you’ll want to meet!

reflects his statement, “Walking the streets

Robert and Michelle Casarietti have

of a dormant city reveals extraordinary

been painting together on the same

images of abstract intensity.” Cosimo has

canvas for the last 16 years, creating

enjoyed a long and successful career,

collaborative original abstract paintings

one that has demonstrated his relentless

and sculptures. Each piece is imbued

drive to reinvent himself in the search

with positive energy and offers a place

for new creative challenges. Whether as

for meditation, reflection, healing, or a

a designer and illustrator, conceptual

simple moment of peace.

photographer, director and cameraman, or fine art photographer, he has enjoyed the highest ranking in his field.

ART LAB 3: [PLATFORM] ARTIST OF THE YEAR AWARDS 12:00–8:00 PM Booth 909

MEET THE ARTIST Alexis Silk, Gary Traczyk, Harry Roa, and Jim Keller, Mattson’s Fine Art * 4:00 PM Booth 411

Meet the [PLATFORM] Artist of the Year winner and finalists and see their artwork. Be sure to vote for your favorite!

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SHOW SCHEDULE

MEET THE ARTIST Live Demonstration: Noel Aquino, Elizabeth Reyes Gallery * 4:00 PM Booth 513

DJ KEITH BUTLER 5:00–8:00 PM

MEET THE ARTIST Live Demonstration: Garsot and Helen Kagan, ArtSynergism by Garsot and Helen Kagan * 4:30 PM Booth 111

ART LAB 1: LIGHT THE NIGHT BY CIRQUE DU SOLEIL * 5:00–8:00 PM Spectrum Miami Front Patio and Sculpture Garden

Enjoy the hottest tracks from New York’s DJ Keith Butler while experiencing the excitement of Spectrum Miami’s amazing art and events.

MEET THE ARTIST Peter Kephart, Gallery NK * 4:30 PM Booth 519

MEET THE ARTIST Live Demonstration: LaunchPad Artist Luis A. Gutierrez * 6:00 PM Booth 802

MEET THE ARTIST Michael Lam, Mark James Ford, Riya Sharma, and Helene De Serres, ArtTour International 5:00 PM Booth 615

MEET THE ARTIST Live Demonstration: Rosaria Aestus Vigorito, Contemporary Art Projects USA * 6:30 PM Booth 315

You won’t want to miss meeting this group

MEET THE ARTIST Michael Lam, Mark James Ford, Riya Sharma, and Helene De Serres, ArtTour International * 2:00 PM Booth 615 MEET THE ARTIST Live Demonstration: Rosaria Aestus Vigorito, Contemporary Art Projects USA * 2:00 PM Booth 315 MEET THE ARTIST Alexis Silk, Gary Traczyk, Harry Roa, and Jim Keller, Mattson’s Fine Art * 2:30 PM Booth 411 MEET THE ARTIST Live Demonstration: LaunchPad Artist Luis A. Gutierrez * 2:30 PM Booth 802

of highly respected international artists.

SUNDAY, DEC. 4

Chinese artist Michael Lam’s abstract

SHOW HOURS: 12:00–5:00 PM

and single-stroke paintings will amaze you with their beauty and complexity. The

her inspirations. Internationally recognized

ART LAB 3: [PLATFORM] ARTIST OF THE YEAR AWARDS 12:00–5:00 PM Booth 909

German photographer Mark James Ford’s

Meet the [PLATFORM] Artist of the Year

main inspiration is rooted in the marvels

winner and finalists and see their artwork.

of land and wildlife. Canadian artist and

Be sure to vote for your favorite!

unrelenting focus and beautiful simplicity of Indian photographer Riya Sharma’s work is a stylistic approach that embodies

photographer Helene DeSerres’s use of shadow makes her floral images seem to leap off the canvas.

MEET THE ARTIST John Napoli, John Napoli Fine Art * 1:30 PM Booth 308

MEET THE ARTIST Live Demonstration: Garsot and Helen Kagan, ArtSynergism by Garsot and Helen Kagan * 2:30 PM Booth 111 MEET THE ARTIST Peter Kephart, Gallery NK * 3:00 PM Booth 519 MEET THE ARTIST Live Demonstration: Noel Aquino, Elizabeth Reyes Gallery * 3:00 PM Booth 513

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Barbara Tyler Ahlfield Studio Gallery

“Rorie in Pearls” 48x36” oil on canvas, Visit my Booth #349 at Artexpo New York 2017 www.barbaratylerahlfield.com


Miami Art Week 2016 A comprehensive guide to the must-see events at the largest art show in the U.S.

AQUA ART MIAMI DECEMBER 1–4 Aqua Hotel 1530 Collins Ave, Miami Beach http://www.aquaartmiami.com In the Aqua Hotel in Miami Beach, Aqua Art Miami will celebrate its 12th edition in 2016. Aqua has gained recognition for its focus on supporting an international gathering of young and established galleries with strong emerging and mid-career artists. The 2016 edition will feature 47 international exhibitors showcasing fresh new works. Because it’s set within a hotel, Aqua Art Miami is also a place to relax, take a break, and rest your feet.

Atmosphere at Art Basel Miami Beach

ART BASEL MIAMI BEACH DECEMBER 1–4 Miami Beach Convention Center Meridian Avenue and 19th Street, Miami Beach https://www.artbasel.com/ Art Basel Miami Beach is the mega-show during Miami Art Week. Certainly, it’s the biggest show as well, with more than 260 galleries exhibiting works from North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. From masterworks to newly created pieces by emerging stars, a full range of paintings, sculptures, drawings, installations, photographs, and film are showcased. Large-scale works become part of the outdoor landscape nearby.

ART MIAMI NOVEMBER 29–DECEMBER 4 Midtown Miami | Wynwood 3101 NE 1st Avenue, Miami

Sadie Coles HQ at Art Basel Miami Beach

Art Miami is the original and longest-running

CONTEXT ART MIAMI NOVEMBER 29–DECEMBER 4 Midtown Miami | Wynwood 3101 NE 1st Avenue, Miami

contemporary art fair in Miami and continues to

http://www.contextartmiami.com/

showcase a variety of unparalleled art from more than

CONTEXT Art Miami, sister fair to Art Miami, has

125 international galleries. It is a must-attend event for

established itself as a serious marketplace for top

serious collectors, curators, museum directors, and

collectors to acquire important works from a collection

interior designers to see important work at the forefront

of specially curated international galleries representing

of the international contemporary art movement.

emerging and mid-career artists producing cutting-edge

http://www.artmiamifair.com/

works of art.

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DESIGN MIAMI NOVEMBER 30–DECEMBER 4 Miami Beach Convention Center Meridian Avenue and 19th Street, Miami Beach

MIAMI RIVER ART FAIR DECEMBER 1–4 Downtown Miami Convention Center 400 SE Second Ave, Miami

http://miami2015.designmiami.com/

http://miamiriverartfair.com/

This global design forum brings together some of the

Now in its 5th year, the Miami River Art Fair is an international,

most influential collectors, gallerists, designers, curators, and

contemporary art fair and the only riverfront art fair held

critics from around the world in celebration of design culture

during Miami Art Week. It features both indoor exhibitions

and commerce.

and a one-of-a-kind Riverwalk Sculpture Mall, which shows an international collection of monumental sculpture on the

FRIDGE ART FAIR MIAMI DECEMBER 3–6 The Betsy Hotel 1440 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach

banks of the Miami River.

Fridge Art Fair Miami, organized by artist Eric Ginsburg, features

NADA ART FAIR DECEMBER 1–4 Deauville Beach Resort 6701 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach

the innovative works of artists, collectives, and galleries—

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positioned as a boutique, soft-sell venue for all to enjoy in the

Founded in 2002, New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) is a

newly renovated Betsy Hotel.

not-for-profit collective of professionals dedicated to the

http://www.fridgeartfair.com/

cultivation, support, and advancement of new voices in

INK MIAMI ART FAIR NOVEMBER 30–DECEMBER 4 Suites of Dorchester 1850 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach

contemporary art. NADA Art Fair is a collection of the world’s youngest and strongest art galleries dealing with emerging contemporary art. It is the only major American art fair to be run by a non-profit organization.

http://www.inkartfair.com INK Miami is a contemporary art fair that is unique among Miami’s fairs for its focus on contemporary works on paper by internationally renowned artists. Sponsored by the International Fine Print Dealers Association, the fair selects exhibitors from among members of the Association for their outstanding ability to offer collectors a diverse survey of 20th century masterworks and just-published editions by leading contemporary artists.

MIAMI PROJECT DECEMBER 1–4 6625 Indian Creek Drive, Miami Beach http://www.miami-project.com/ Miami Project 5, a show produced by Art Market Productions, will be erected atop and within an expansive structure located in Miami Beach, and built seamlessly into the existing architecture, elegantly housing 50 exhibiting modern and contemporary galleries from around the world and the diverse selection of artwork created by the artists they represent.

Taking in the scene at Miami Project

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MIAMI ART WEEK 2016

Contemporary artwork at Red Dot Miami

PINTA MIAMI NOVEMBER 29–DECEMBER 4 Mana Wynwood 318 NW 23rd Street, Miami

its 10th year, the show combines galleries showcasing over 500 leading contemporary artists with five days of cuttingedge art, Spotlight Galleries, Art Labs, Art Talks, entertainment, and special events.

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mission of giving greater exposure to Latin American and

SATELLITE DECEMBER 1–4 The Parisian Hotel 1510 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach

Iberian art in the marketplace.

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Created in 2007, Pinta is a curated boutique art fair dedicated to the art of Latin America, Spain, and Portugal. The galleries and artists shown at the fair foster Pinta’s

Now in its second year, SATELLITE Art Show is an alternative

PULSE MIAMI BEACH DECEMBER 1–4 Indian Beach Park 46th Street & Collins Avenue, Miami Beach

art fair that presents new and exciting projects that span the

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standard fairs.

gamut of art, music, performance, installation, new media, and tech. SATELLITE 2.0 will once again emphasize conceptdriven rooms, rather than the typical salon-style hang of the

PULSE showcases progressive art from an international community of emerging and established galleries, most of which present three artists or fewer.

SCOPE MIAMI BEACH NOVEMBER 29–DECEMBER 4 1000 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach

RED DOT MIAMI NOVEMBER 30–DECEMBER 4 1700 NE 2nd Avenue at NE 17th Street, Miami

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music, design, and fashion. Established as an incubator for

A juried, contemporary art show in the heart of Miami, Red

emerging work, SCOPE celebrates its 16th year of introducing

Dot Miami features an international slate of galleries. Now in

new galleries to the contemporary market.

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SCOPE Miami will once again present groundbreaking work, alongside special programming, encompassing


Art by Natasha Kertes at Spectrum Miami

James Mathison sculpture at Spectrum Miami

SPECTRUM MIAMI NOVEMBER 30–DECEMBER 4 1700 NE 2nd Avenue at NE 17th Street, Miami

WYNWOOD WALLS NOVEMBER 29–DECEMBER 4 2520 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami

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Spectrum Miami is a juried, contemporary art show featuring

The Wynwood Walls Project was conceived by community

an international slate of contemporary artists and galleries.

developer Tony Goldman in 2009. The concept has transformed

Spectrum is more than just an art show—it’s an immersive

Wynwood’s warehouse buildings into giant canvases for a

fine art experience where guests attend exciting events, live

collective street art project. Wynwood Walls has become a

performances, and educational seminars, as well as enjoy

major art statement incorporating graffiti into the newest work

signature programs such as Spotlight Artists, LaunchPad, Art

from artists around the globe. It’s literally become a gallery on

Labs, and Art Talks.

the streets.

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X CONTEMPORARY NOVEMBER 30–DECEMBER 4 Nobu Hotel 4525 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach

With a commitment to presenting exceptional contemporary

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art, Untitled, Art’s innovative approach to the art fair model

X Contemporary’s second edition will focus on exhibitors

will feature an international array of galleries, non-profits,

representing emerging and mid-career artists. The symbol

and institutions, in addition to a variety of special projects,

X represents a destination point and an area of intersection,

performances, and installations.

an evocative title for an art fair that emphasizes introducing narratives that create a crossover between the visual and performing arts and invites unique music, fashion, and brand collaborations.

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Hot Tables An insiders’ guide to local dining during Miami Art Week

We asked those in the know where they go when hunger pangs overwhelm their desire to see more art—and the results are the best Miami dining guide ever! Whether you are just a little peckish or absolutely ravenous, these hot spots are sure to make you want to come back for seconds. Enjoy! BRASSERIE AZUR Shops at Midtown Miami 3252 NE 1st Avenue, Miami 786-800-9993

of cocktails. Saturday and Sunday is

www.brasserieazur.com

also offer waffles with Chantilly cream,

The food really is amazing! And the

eggs aplenty, pizzetta, burgers, shrimp,

quality will not disappoint you. French

mussels, and an array of desserts.

cuisine with a local twist and they have

You get the idea! The prices are what

their own rotisserie so their chicken is soft

you would expect for a good quality

and juicy. Incredibly fresh ingredients

brasserie—$20–50 dollars for a delicious

and a huge range of dishes means

lunch or dinner.

that everyone is happy. Of course,

(Souren Mousavi, Souren Mousavi Studio)

brunch time—not only do they have French toast with crème anglaise, nutella, and maple syrup, but they

the desserts are to die for and there is an extensive wine list and a choice

Unwind from a long day at the shows with a glass of wine at one of Miami’s top restaurants

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THE CAPITAL GRILLE 444 Brickell Avenue, Miami 305-374-4500 www.thecapitalgrille.com/miami Apron-clad waiters, the smell of deliciously grilled meats, an amazing wine list, and a delicious Caesar salad served in a Parmesan-baked basket make the Capitol Grille everything a steak house ought to be. The steak and lobster mac and cheese is certainly a dish to be considered. I strongly recommend making a reservation, as this place tends to fill up fast.

Mignonette is the place to go for oysters and tasty seafood

(Fatima Canovas, Art Daily News International Magazine) top Italian dishes, this perfectly situated

and experience of Mexican fast food.

CIBO WINE BAR SOUTH BEACH 200 South Pointe Drive, Miami Beach 305-987-6060

restaurant affords exceptional views

The hours were great for a pre-show

of Biscayne Bay that are graciously

lunch or an after-show late dinner. And

complemented by its nautical-themed

you can eat outside and enjoy the

dining room and outdoor patio. An

warm, night air of Miami in December.

international chain, it perfectly fits

(James and Lynn Paterson, James

www.cibowinebar.com/southbeach

into Miami’s seaside lifestyle, making

Paterson Sculpture)

Cibo is the biggest and newest Italian

it a perfect pick for a Miami Art Week

restaurant in South Beach. It’s a big

celebration dinner.

space with a cool look, great food,

(Fatima Canovas, Art Daily News

and an award-winning wine list. A

International Magazine)

MIGNONETTE 210 NE 18th Street, Miami 305-374-4635 mignonettemiami.com

beautiful rooftop patio and a more

Just down the street from Spectrum

all coupled with a vibrant atmosphere,

LIME FRESH MEXICAN GRILL Shops at Midtown Miami 3201 N. Miami Avenue, Miami 305-576-5463

make for a fun evening!

www.limefreshmexicangrill.com

1930s gas station. The menu is

(Kris and Angela Gebhardt, Gebhardt

Our default eatery during Miami Art

somewhere between sumptuous fare

Gallery & Studio)

Week is the Lime Fresh Mexican Grill.

and comfort food, complete with

There are several throughout the Miami

starters, entrees, and an amazing

CIPRIANI DOWNTOWN MIAMI 465 Brickell Avenue, Miami 786-329-4090

area, but the one in Midtown is close to

wine list.

several of the shows, so it’s a don’t-miss

(Rosana Rader, Redwood Senior

for us. As Canadians, we don’t have

Business Development Director)

www.cipriani.com

many Mexican restaurants, authentic or

With an amazing selection of over-the-

otherwise, so we enjoy the taste, speed,

casual streetside patio give you a choice of dining areas. House-made pastas, sauces, and wood-oven pizzas,

Miami, Mignonette is a show-stopping favorite. It’s a cool oyster bar and seafood restaurant in a repurposed

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Soak up Miami’s warmth and buzzing Art Week atmosphere by dining al fresco

PIZZA PAZZA 275 NE 18th Street #109, Miami 786-762-2238

PRIMO’S 1717 N Bayshore Drive, Miami 305-371-9055

www.pizzapazzamiami.com

Primo’s offers the perfect fusion of

ROSA MEXICANO Mary Brickel Village 900 South Miami Avenue, Miami 786-425-1001

All the basic Italian foods you’re dying

Italian and American favorites with

www.rosamexicano.com/

for: pizza, calzone, pasta, and the

a heavy influence on homemade

marybrickellvillage

rest. Focaccia Rosmarino, Panzelle

pastas, steaks, and fresh seafood.

Yes, it’s a chain, but it’s really good!

Frite, Polpette Della Nonna—just the

Its boutique style and friendly

Rosa Mexicano’s festive yet relaxed

names make your mouth water. And

atmosphere make it a favorite of

atmosphere with an outdoor lounge

don’t miss the Ravioli Lobster with

Miami Art Week showgoers. Located

and bar makes it feel like a little

pink sauce. It’s amazing. It’s a walk-in

in the lobby of the Doubletree Grand

oasis in the middle of downtown.

type place and gets very busy at

Hotel, it’s open every day from lunch

You can dine inside or out, the food

weekends. It’s not a fancy place, just

through dinner and then some. Be

is great, the service is quick, and the

great service with an easy, laid-back

sure to make a reservation, because

margaritas flow. After a long day at

vibe. A regular haunt for locals who

it’s always busy.

the art show, it’s a spot that can’t

don’t want the glitz (and price tag)

(Frank Dobrante, Mattson’s Fine Art)

be beat.

www.primosmiami.com

of more popular tourist venues, but

(Kris and Angela Gebhardt, Gebhardt

value personal service and good

Gallery & Studio)

quality home-style cooking. Open 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. (Souren Mousavi, Souren Mousavi Studio)

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CREDIT: SUGARCANE RAW BAR & GRILL

The scene (and food!) at Sugarcane is as fresh as it gets

SUGARCANE RAW BAR & GRILL 3252 NE 1st Avenue, Miami 786-369-0353 www.sugarcanerawbargrill.com

TOTO, TORO RESTAURANT AND BAR InterContinental Miami Lobby 100 Chopin Plaza, Miami 305-372-4710

Very creative, upscale Midtown

www.torotoromiami.com

restaurant that is definitely a spot to

Everything from the food to the

be seen in—so be sure to make a

atmosphere to the staff is perfectly

reservation. From the island-style decor

amazing. The wide variety of choices on

complete with an outdoor patio to the

the menu are terrific, offering selections

exceptional sushi, seafood, and grill

for meat eaters and vegetarians alike,

items, you won’t be disappointed. Put

and the service is just as excellent. It’s a

it on your short list for a lunch break

fantastic restaurant to eat and relax at

between art venues!

before taking a stroll by the bay.

(Linda Mariano, Redwood Managing

(Tata Fernandez, Contemporary Art

Director, Marketing)

Projects USA)

PRIMO’S OFFERS THE PERFECT FUSION OF ITALIAN AND AMERICAN FAVORITES... ITS BOUTIQUE STYLE AND FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE MAKE IT A FAVORITE OF MIAMI ART WEEK SHOWGOERS.

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CREDIT: WYNWOOD DINER

HOT TABLES

Wynwood Diner offers great drinks and artful surroundings

VILLA AZUR 309 23rd Street, Miami Beach 305-763-8688

WYNWOOD DINER 2601 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami 305-747-7888

www.villaazurmiami.com

www.wynwooddiner.com

I will always recommend Villa Azur as

Located in the heart of the Wynwood

ZUMA Epic Hotel 270 Biscayne Boulevard Way, Miami 305-577-0577

my number one choice for a group

District and surrounded by art, it’s an

www.zumarestaurant.com

party to celebrate life. Before moving

indoor/outdoor traditional diner, open

Located in the heart of downtown

to Miami, it was recommended to

from breakfast until the wee hours

Miami, Zuma boasts an internationally

me as the place that best reflected

of the night. Great food—breakfast,

acclaimed Chef, Rainer Becker. He

the fun, the feel, the quality, and the

lunch, or dinner and, of course, waffles

brings his style of modern Japanese—

vibrancy of Miami itself. A mix of vintage

all day. If you want to lose yourself in

already acclaimed in London, Hong-

and modern décor, with traditional

art and mix with people from all over

Kong, Istanbul, Dubai, and Bangkok—

chandeliers and more contemporary

the world, this is the place. Everyone

to America in a vibrant and fun

furniture, make the ambience unique.

expects to talk with anyone. It’s also

environment that is infused with the

It’s a special night out if you want

famous for its great cocktails and has

informal Japanese dining style Iza. The

to fine dine, and the prices reflect

a “happy hour,” which normally results

food, view, décor, and atmosphere are

the quality. The cuisine is French

in several more happy hours. Check

all equally terrific.

Mediterranean with an extensive wine

out the beers—if you work your way

(Tata Fernandez, Contemporary

list including all the best champagnes.

through the canned, capped, and

Art Projects USA)

The seafood is second to none—tiger

tapped, you’ll need somewhere to lie

prawns, Dover sole, exquisite sea bass,

down. If you have a wine connoisseur’s

mussels and more. It is uber-popular, so

palate, grab a bottle of La Braccesca

reservations are a must.

Montepulciano and be sure to share

(Souren Mousavi, Souren

with me if you see me there!

Mousavi Studio)

(Souren Mousavi, Souren Mousavi Studio)

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Art Scene 2016’s hottest art events and organizations from around the globe ANNE & MARK’S ART PARTY San Jose, California Billed as an “Occasional and Irrational San Jose Arts Fest,” Anne & Mark’s Art Party is an amazing art happening. The most recent unveiling was this past September, but no matter when it happens, the Art Party is an integral part of the Northern California art scene. It’s been described as “Mad Max meets Moulin Rouge” and “Burning Man meets Venice Biennale.” You’ve got to experience it to understand it. That is, whenever it comes around again. ART DESIGN CONSULTANTS’ “ART COMES ALIVE” AWARDS Cincinnati, Ohio Art Design Consultants proudly sponsors Art Comes Alive (ACA), an annual fine art contest and

Contemporary artwork on display at Artblend

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exhibit that awards the brightest and best artists working in North America in a variety of categories. The awards provide a great opportunity for artists to be acknowledged for their talents, to gain exposure, and to win purchase awards and gallery contracts. ARTBLEND Fort Lauderdale, Florida Artblend takes a new approach to every artist who comes into their gallery or who is featured at one of the many art shows where the gallery exhibits. Artblend is a full-service, art-related business based in Fort Lauderdale, giving emerging, mid-career, and established artists the marketing expertise that they need to build their business.


Litsa Spanos of Art Design Consultants (third from right) with artist Brian Truono (third from left) and Cushman and Wakefield, one of ACA’s Presenting Purchase Award Partners

CONTEMPORARY ART PROJECTS USA Miami, Florida Headquartered in Miami, Contemporary Art Projects USA is dedicated to nurturing new contemporary art by providing exhibition opportunities and resources for emerging artists and curators. Their mission is to promote art appreciation within the international community and to generate resources that support artists’ creative endeavors. From biennials and gala auctions to exhibitions and major international art shows, they are always on the scene.

GALLERY EDEL Osaka, Japan Gallery Edel is committed to a completely new interpretation and perspective on exhibiting the most significant and important art trends in Japanese contemporary art and international contemporary art. The foremost objective of Gallery Edel is to enhance the experience of both artmaking and art appreciation by embracing the culture of art worldwide. The gallery’s approach is exemplified by their 2016 exhibitions at Art Santa Fe and Red Dot Miami, where they

are showing the work of recent Japanese art phenomenon Yayoi Kusama. MARC STRAUS GALLERY New York, New York Marc Straus is one of New York’s leading contemporary art galleries, located on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. The gallery identifies and fosters some of the best international talent, representing 17 artists from 13 different countries, most of whom have not been shown in the U.S. before. Additionally, the gallery has taken a position of showing older artists who

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have not for decades, or in some cases ever, been looked at in the proper light. Their show and exhibition of artist Todd Murphy exemplifies the impact of that position and vision. SFMOMA San Francisco, California After years of great anticipation and with a blizzard of red confetti, one of the most anticipated openings and art events of the year came to fruition. The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) opened its doors to the public in May 2016, and changed the look and feel of exhibiting modern contemporary art for years to come. Attended by dignitaries, renowned artists, and members of the art community far and wide, the festivities included a gala celebration and a grand public opening. TEFAF New York, New York Founded by art dealers in 1988 and run as a non-profit foundation, TEFAF has a proud history of showcasing masterpieces in every category of art and design – from antiques, Old Masters, and Haute Joaillerie to contemporary painting, works on paper, and 20th century design. It presents two fairs in New York: TEFAF New York Fall and TEFAF New York Spring, held in October and May, respectively.

Contemporary Art Projects USA’s Chris Delias paints live at Spectrum Indian Wells

SFMoma Opening Day: Charles Schwab, Robert Fisher, Neal Benezra, Nancy Pelosi, Edwin Lee, and Craig Dykers; photo: Drew Altizer, courtesy Drew Altizer Photography The new SFMOMA from Howard Street; photo: Devlin Shand, courtesy Drew Altizer Photography

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JAMES PATERSON James was born in Saskatchewan, Canada, and grew up in the Kensington Market neighborhood of Toronto, Ontario. His approach to his art is one of a simple sense of wonder, his aim being to create art that is redemptive, revealing the reality of God in the world in such a manner as to give expression to mystery. James uses materials in a simple way, often incorporating moving parts that viewers can play with. “A trademark of my work is the use of kinetic, hand-driven motion as a compositional element in the art pieces themselves," says Paterson. "I like that the viewer must engage in a tactile way to get the full effect of the art. I want the work I create to be beautiful to look at, invite reflection, stimulate ideas, and then further spark the imagination when you touch it and it moves.” He calls his creations Prayer Machines. “As an artist," Paterson considers, "what would my prayers be like if I used a visual medium instead of a verbal one to express my thoughts, desires, and love to God?” So began his adventure of bending and twisting wire; creating lyrical, ephemeral objects with movement and whimsical dimensions; and attempting to give expression to mystery.

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Artist Nadya Rego is the founder of Surrealistic Impressionism, a vibrant yet daydream-like painting style that places an emphasis on silhouettes. Well-versed in the language of symbols, Rego often uses them, along with artistic metaphors, to deepen the meaning of her paintings. In Rego's artwork, surfaces within the composition pass through the space, undulating in and out of existence, as if to emphasize their affiliation with the Universal Absolute. Inanimate objects and clothes within the composition are often covered with a solid, stationary flat color, emphasizing their material nature and balancing the composition and color by giving the eye a simple space in which to rest. Bold and dynamic strokes balance delicately with the flat shapes of inanimate objects. The effect is a shimmering, sometimes vibrating, set of energetic marks, defining an ethereal subject that melts and re-emerges from its surroundings.

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the world. She has sculpted licensed products for Disney Characters, illustrated several children’s books, and created characters for a Canadian television project, where her sense of humor and whimsical style blossomed. Recently, Denyse signed with St Martin’s Press/MacMillian Publishers to internationally release an adult coloring book entitled Fairies in Dreamland.

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JEFFREY BISAILLON Jeffrey Bisaillon, a self-taught artist who has painted for more than 20 years, was born in upstate New York into an artistic family that was rich in creativity. His father’s love of photography, his grandfather’s love of painting, and his great uncle’s love of illustrating were a big part of what led him on his creative path. Bisaillon’s artistic abilities were always nurtured, and from a young age he displayed artistic abilities. Though he did not attend art school, Bisaillon pursued careers—pastry chef, fine craftsman, and builder—that allowed him artistic freedom and helped him develop many of the skills he uses as an artist today.

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Bisaillon has painted in many genres throughout the years, but his biggest connection has been with the abstract. Most of his work is achieved through his process of applying and removing paint in methodic layers of color and technique. He is in constant search of that perfect fusion of color and allure in order to entice one's freedom of thought and emotion. His vibrant color pairings, bold brushwork, and resin finishes create energetic pieces that jump off the wall. He is fascinated by making the simplest shapes into things of beauty, and strives to stay at the forefront of cutting-edge art and design.

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Roy Rodriguez is known for his contemporary paintings of figurative female figures with heart-shaped lips. Using his childhood memories of Cuba, he passionately projects the hedonistic reality of his native island utilizing vibrant colors and exploring the exotic. He discovered his passion for art at an early age and is a self-taught artist who has been schooled in the techniques of the great contemporary masters. “There is something that fascinates me about colors, and I love to use them on my canvas," says Roy. "I’m always searching for rich and translucent textures, obtained through various materials and tools that I use to create my mixed media, acrylics, and oils in the pursuit of my subject matter—the female figure.”

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OSCAR ABREU Dominican painter Oscar Abreu's work centers on the issues of psychological causality. Through his art, coined psycho-expressionism, he asks what events cause us to become the people we are today. To answer these questions, Abreu has developed a language of patterns over his career, tokens that continually present themselves in his works. These tokens are formulated through brush strokes, vivid colors, scratches, and collages, and serve as symbols that reflect the elements that he believes make up the human psyche. Abreu’s style is not concerned only with aesthetics, as has been the tradition in art from the Dominican Republic, nor is it exclusively tailored to the representational. His work obsessively dedicates itself to questions concerning human nature, yet it is also intensely subjective, drawn from his personal experiences marked by pain, anguish, disbelief, and, above all, an underlying happiness. Like all artists, Abreu wants the spectator to feel his work and wants the audience to draw its own conclusions. He looks to create interesting art that inspires and awakens, and hopes to impose an internal command for reflection. He desires always to convey a message and arouse emotions.

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Cruz's work has been displayed, among other places, at the World of Coca-Cola in Atlanta, Florida International University, the Agora Gallery in New York, and on murals in Miami's Wynwood District. He looks forward to showing his new work in Spectrum Miami during Miami Art Week 2016.

Mexican artist EfraÍn Cruz paints of his people and for his people. The main subjects in his vibrantly colored paintings are people who inspire him, whether they be family members or everyday people from his native city of Veracruz. "Life in Mexico is a major influence in my work and it is often portrayed in my artworks," says Cruz. "My hometown's culture, rich history, and deep sense of spirituality is reflected by my bright and colorful palette." w

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2016 Spotlight Artists MICHELE A. UTLEY VOIGT Contemporary Art Projects USA Booth 315

society in order to change

soul and experience,” she

Originally from Russia,

it, Voigt returned to school

says. “I no longer merely

Fedaeff now resides in

to study political science

paint to change the world.

New Zealand. He is an

and pre-law, the beginnings

I am a material contribution

accomplished musician and

of what would be a 19-year

to change, and my paints

writer, and has been painting

www.mauvisual.com

career in social services.

continue to tell the unheard,

since childhood. Using a

under-heard, and the

combination of acrylics, oils,

unseen stories.”

and mixed media to create

A painter since early childhood, Voigt was

Voigt began teaching art to

immersed in the art world

adults with developmental

from the very start. She

disabilities and helped

attended the Otis Art Institute

them sell their work. Quickly

of Parsons School of Design

his work, he interprets the relationships between men

realizing how big an impact

NICK FEDAEFF Nick Fedaeff Studio Booth S909

and Parsons Art Institute in

earning a paycheck had on

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in his work, adding humor

Paris, where she received her

their lives, Voigt soon moved

Inspiration can come from

as tool of engagement. The

BFA. But after art school, she

on to create employment

many sources—dreams, life

observer is often left with the

had a shocking revelation.

for the mentally ill, ex-felons,

observations, other artists,

unsettling feeling that there

“I thought I could change

refugees, the homeless, and

or the esoteric creative

is more to the stories than

the world through art,” she

other restricted populations.

seed randomly appearing

meets the eye. Fedaeff is often

at will. All these rich sources

described as a soft-surrealist,

admits, “[but] I realized that

and women and explores the themes of life and death

I could not benefit people

In 2007, Voigt moved to New

of influence provide Nick

and acknowledges Da Vinci,

who could not access me.

York City to return to painting,

Fedaeff with elements that

Dali, Bosch, and Picasso as

My influence was limited to

her time spent working with

he valiantly translates to

influences on his work.

those who participated in

disadvantaged people

canvas, slyly referencing

the visual arts.” Realizing that

informing her work. “My art

Surrealism and the Old

she’d need to work within

tells the story of the human

Masters of the Renaissance.

L’ame de la femme by Michele A. Utley Voigt

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Man and Two Cats by Nick Fedaeff


One Last Glass by Elka Leonard

Leviatano and Groviglio (L to R) by Michael Shewmaker

ELKA LEONARD Elka Leonard Studio Booth S818

For Leonard, the process of

hammers and specialized

one as she creates. “From

MICHAEL SHEWMAKER Shewmaker Sculpture Booth 110, SC-1

www.elkaleonard.com Elka Leonard lives in Bordeaux,

the first emotion that triggers

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monumental abstractions

France. She describes her

my idea of painting, images

Born in 1953, Michael

that are statements of form.

paintings as “short movies

are joined by words ... My

Shewmaker had loving

Aluminum, his primary

inviting you, the spectator,

imagination then sets up a

parents and three siblings

material, was chosen for its

into my world of fantasy and

short film by enriching the

who instilled in him a strong

ductile properties as well as

dreams.” Using bold acrylic

original image,” she says.

joie de vivre, encouraging

its marvelous ability to reflect

paints to create her intensely

“With everything set in my

his early visual exploration.

the moods and colors of the

colorful and seductive works

head, I write the title. It’s not

At 13, he was diagnosed

day. His love of the material

depicting “Aristochattes,” as

until this moment that I can

with Crohn’s Disease, taking

has precluded much interest

Leonard has dubbed them,

start painting ... I only paint

him on a lifelong physical

in most other metals,

she entices the viewer and

a part of the scenario. My

battle and emotional journey

although he does work

dares them to stay awhile.

audience will guess what

that drove him to create,

in bronze occasionally.

“Leaving room for the

happens next; what he or she

eventually resulting in his

imagination of their audience,

would like to happen. There

most recent sculptural output.

Residing in Pepeekeo on

my Aristochattes are intended

are many possibilities in my

Studying art and art history, he

the Big Island of Hawaii,

as a source of inspiration for

universe. I often end up at a

attained a BA from Southern

Shewmaker has recently

everyone,” she reveals. “Both

different destination than the

Illinois University and did

completed a sculpture garden

submissive and rebellious, in

one I had originally planned,

postgraduate work at the

near his studio. Placing his

between fantasy and reality,

because I let myself get

University of Florida and San

work on huge stone pedestals,

all showing something of me

carried away by the scene

Diego State University.

he has created a visual

... but they also convey my

as it appears.”

emotions when I’m painting.”

unraveling the story within each painting is an ongoing

anvils. Combining this love of forging with a lifelong passion for public art, he has crafted

experience that is at once a Shewmaker spent years

celebration and a soul-baring

mastering the craft of

personal statement.

“raising”—an ancient technique for creating hollow metal vessels using only

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Redwood Media Group, in partnership with Art Brand Studios, created the [PLATFORM] Artist of the Year Awards to empower talented artists and introduce their work to the world. The search for the next “it” artist has been months in the making, and the Finalists have been selected. Now, after much anticipation, you’ll get to be there to see the winner announced at Spectrum Miami! Join us at the Opening Night Preview Party on Wednesday, November 30, for the grand reveal. The artwork from each of the Finalists, plus our Special Category Winners, is on a national exhibition tour, with a special showcase at Spectrum Miami. See it all at Booth 909!

TOP 1 0 FI N AL I STS

Flavio Galvan

Jeremy Sicile-Kira

Sara Conca

Kevin Grass

Sergio Valenzuela

Julie Schumer

Veronica Leiton

Leon Oks

David Gonzales

Rae Broyles

SPECIAL CATEGORY WINNERS

Sculpture: Jean Jacques Porret and Steven Lustig Photography: George Saitas and Charleen Baugh Mixed Media: Mary Hong and Beth Goldberg Glass: Alexis Silk and Elizabeth Dunlop We’d like to extend a very special thank you to our esteemed judges, James Baird, Mary Ann Cohen, James Lambert, Eric Smith, and Rick Barnett.

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CONGRATULATIONS ONE AND ALL! -The Redwood Media Group Team


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Art Labs Each year, Art San Diego features specially curated Art Labs created by leading galleries, art institutions, and art collectives within the show. Art Labs provide a dynamic experience for our audience to view and interact with site-specific and performance works by top international artists that showcase the thriving art landscape of San Diego. Don’t miss this year’s exciting display of cutting-edge talent! ART LAB 1: LIGHT THE NIGHT BY CIRQUE DU SOLEIL Spectrum Miami Front Patio and Sculpture Garden

curio cabinet of an ambitious inventor

What if you could alter reality at will?

becomes invisible, perspectives

Delve into a world where seeing is

are transformed, and the world is literally

disbelieving. A world where reality is all

turned upside down.

who defies the laws of time, space, and dimension in order to reinvent everything around him. Suddenly, the visible

relative—and leaves behind a world of curiosities to unravel. This is Cirque du

Opening in Miami on December 10,

Soleil’s Kurios.

2016, Kurios is coming to Spectrum Miami to give us an exclusive peek

Be delighted as Kurios creates a

into this alternate world. Join us for a

mysterious and fascinating realm that

special installation by Cirque du Soleil’s

disorients your senses and challenges

Kurios designers and street team as

your perceptions. You’ll step into the

they illuminate the façade of Spectrum

Cirque du Soleil’s Kurios

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Miami. Be there each evening as

about and see global trends in niche

Awards Winner and Finalists and view their

Kurios lights the night!

markets around the world. Fashion,

artwork. Be sure to vote for your favorite!

www.cirquedusoleil.com/kurios/

style, beauty, celebrities, music, art

tour-dates

and culture, spirituality, travel, events,

WHAT: A premier awards contest in

and cool news—it’s all there! It’s

search of the next “it” artist and offering

an online TV channel with original

prize values of up to $375,000, including

programming, video blogs, and live

a contract with Art Brand Studios and

event video streaming.

exhibition opportunities at Redwood

ART LAB 2: “ART LOVES FASHION” Sculpture Garden Planet Fashion TV brings their one-of-a-

Media Group’s shows. It’s a program

kind vibe to Spectrum Miami with “Art

The syndicated television series Planet

created by Redwood Media Group, in

Loves Fashion.” This private event will

Fashion TV is a half-hour program

partnership with Art Brand Studios, to

feature fashion shows, cocktails, and a

examining the culture of global style

empower talented artists and introduce

live performance by a special celebrity

and design. Coverage includes fast,

their work to the world.

recording artist.

segmented stories on art, architecture, luxury products, cars, cutting edge

WHO: You! We want to know the Fan

Planet Fashion TV is an online magazine

eco-products, interior design, music,

Favorite! Vote and tell us which artist and

and syndicated television series

fashion, and cultural trends in different

artwork is your pick.

featuring the hottest news in fashion,

cities around the world. This is a travel-

music, celebrities, and more, created

meets-style kind of show.

WHEN: The Finalists’ artwork is on a

by video production company Sea Star

www.planetfashiontv.com

National Tour, culminating at Artexpo

Films. Planet Fashion TV takes you on a

New York 2017. The Fan Favorite will be

Want to know the latest? Just go to

ART LAB 3: [PLATFORM] ARTIST OF THE YEAR AWARDS Booth 909

Planet Fashion TV’s websites to read

Meet the [PLATFORM] Artist of the Year

global fashion adventure!

Light the Night, a 2015 Art Lab installation, illuminates the Spectrum Miami tent

announced during the Artexpo New York Opening Night Preview Party on Friday, April 21, 2017. Be sure to give us your vote.

Planet Fashion TV brings the style to Spectrum

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LaunchPad Artist  Luis A. Gutierrez Luis A. Gutierrez was born in Cali, Colombia, in 1990. When he was 13, his family moved to South Florida, where he began exploring art as a pastime. Soon after, his art evolved into a more serious pursuit. Gutierrez, fueled by his passion for creativity, dove into his work and began training with artist and teacher Al Razza. He then attended Broward College, where his works were included in many student exhibitions. He was also chosen to create a 10’ x 12’ mural in Fort Lauderdale for Florida Atlantic University and Broward College. LaunchPad Artist Luis A. Gutierrez

Gutierrez has been part of group exhibitions at private galleries and at the Coral Springs Museum of Art. His most recent solo show, “Boats and Planes,” was held at Razza School of Art and Gallery in Coral Springs. He was also featured on Telemundo’s “Con Estilo TV,” and was recently selected as a semi-finalist for the 2016 Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series. Of his inspiration and mission, Gutierrez explains: “In today’s world we are constantly bombarded by advertisements, music, movies, and multimedia of all kinds. I am always questioning and observing the effects they have in our daily lives. It is these influences that make me want to stimulate the viewer in a more intellectual manner, with artwork

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that questions and provokes a meaningful response from them.” He starts each piece by researching photographs and interviewing his models and he then transforms that knowledge and imagery into a painting on canvas, using oil, acrylic, and enamel paints. “Then I pair the images with words to make a new vital statement,” Gutierrez says. “It is this pairing of elements that allows my thoughts and feelings to be seen on canvas, and becomes a personal statement of my experiences and reactions to so much overload.”


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Student Loans

Honey, Money

Warning

Politics

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Collector Profile Gary G. (Palm Springs, CA) Palm Springs is a desert land of dry heat attracting movie stars, snowbirds, and retirees, with more than 100 gated residential, country club, and highend gated neighborhoods made up of Mediterranean, mid-century modern, and contemporary architecturally designed homes. Many retirees sold their traditional fine art and antiques before moving and starting their new desert life with more youthful modern and contemporary fine art and luxurious home furnishings. And it’s there that our featured collector Gary G. has established his remarkable collection. We talked with him about his unique approach.

Haul II by Steve Huston, 5’ x 5’ oil painting; small aluminum sculpture by Gregory Johnson; stainless steel sculpture by Wanda Gomez; 48” bronze nude sculpture by Daniele Matalon

HIS STYLE

I like to layer my home in exciting fine art, like people layer themselves in luxury clothing. I had to buy my home with lots of large walls in able to display my art collection well.

ROOTS OF COLLECTING

My parents raised us in Phoenix surrounded by original fine oil paintings and traditional bronze sculpture, which I learned to appreciate during my youth. BACKDROP FOR THE ART

My home is decorated mostly in natural colors, so the art provides a pop of color and stands out dimensionally, with both fine sculpture and my favorite painting style of “photorealistic” figurative oil paintings of things and ideas I appreciate. 60

LOVE OF SCULPTURE

After a trip to NYC several years ago to discover Artexpo New York, I found myself so excited that I purchased six contemporary fine art sculptures there. I really enjoy collecting contemporary sculpture because it’s so dimensional and tactile, different from each angle. FAVORITE WORKS

My favorite oil paintings are Alexi Torres’s “Grand Central Terminal” and “Happiness Flag,” a painting


(At left) Contemporary stainless steel, hand-painted sculpture by Brad Howe; patinated bronze sculpture by Thomas Wargin; antique multi-colored marble bust of a Roman warrior; (Center and inset) Grand Central Terminal by Alexi Torres, 11’ x 7’ oil painting

of 200 memories of my life woven together on canvas, and Jorge Santos’s “First Working Expedition”—each very creative, excellently detailed, handpainted oil on canvas. GREATEST REWARD

It’s most rewarding to experience a large display of fine art—to attend fine art fairs where there are more than 50 art gallery booths to enjoy discussing art styles and values. WHY HE BUYS

I prefer to purchase art that brings me joy with its originality, quality color choice, and an amount of difficulty of creation and application by the artist.

My Favorite Happy Memories by Alexi Torres, 6’ x 10’. Torres’s oil paintings comprise more than 22 layers of paint to reach the desired effect of a 3D U.S. flag in red, white, and blue, woven in with 200 images on the canvas. Creating this basket-woven effect is an effective way for Alexi to incorporate Gary’s memories into the painting while paying homage to his own father, who was a basket weaver in Cuba

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[ SOLO ] A Focus on Independent Artists

This year, Spectrum Miami will include an exciting new event: [SOLO]. While independent artists have always been given the opportunity to exhibit at Spectrum Miami, [SOLO] will be a featured section within the show that showcases work from both emerging and established unrepresented studio artists. After many years of successful [SOLO] exhibitions at Artexpo New York, we’re thrilled to be expanding the concept to several of our other contemporary art shows, including Spectrum Miami. Hosting more than 30,000 avid art enthusiasts annually, Spectrum Miami is a highlight of the renowned, always-electric Miami Art Week. And with [SOLO] now incorporated into this iconic art event, it’s a rare gem among a gallery-heavy lineup of shows—in fact, Spectrum Miami is the only large-scale show at Miami Art Week to feature independent artists! That means two things: tremendous exposure for the artists themselves, and the thrilling opportunity for you to get a peek at some of the most extraordinary up-and-coming artists from around the world. We invite you to dive in, explore, and enjoy the raw talent on display. THIS IS [SOLO]...

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Cigar Lady B-W by H. Allen Benowitz

Tribute by Jeffrey Bisaillon

Homecoming by Kevin Grass

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ERIC JACQUES AMSELLEM BOOTH #400 MIAMI BEACH, FL STARBLAZER66@GMAIL.COM

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THE ERIC SHUPE COLLECTION

GALERIE MYRTIS

GRACE ASHRUF

BOOTH #S900

BOOTH #S921

BOOTH #SC-6

BALTIMORE, MD

ORANJESTAD, ARUBA

HIGH SPRINGS, FL

MYRTIS@GALERIEMYRTIS.COM

GRACEASHRUF@GMAIL.COM

INFO@ERICSHUPECOLLECTION.COM

WWW.GALERIEMYRTIS.NET

WWW.GRACEASHRUFART.COM

GALERIE SUSANNE JUNGGEBURTH

GRAZIELLA SCHENETTI

BOOTH #S1104

EMILIA ROMAGNA, ITALY

BOOTH #600

KAARST, GERMANY

GRAZIELLASCHENETTI@GMAIL.COM

SANTO DOMINGO, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

SUSAN@US-ARTS.DE

WWW.GRAZIELLASCHENETTI.COM

D.ORTHO69@OUTLOOK.COM

WWW.US-ARTS.DE

EZRA SIEGEL

GALLERY 21

BOOTH #323

BOOTH #224

BARI, ITALY

BATAVIA, IL

WIESBADEN, GERMANY

GCORAZZIARI@LIBERO.IT

ART@EZRASIEGEL.COM

LARISSA.KLINGER@GALLERY21.DE

WWW.GCORAZZIARI.COM

WWW.EZRASIEGEL.COM

WWW.GALLERY21.DE

FABIANA ORELLANO

GALLERY K.A.G.

H. ALLEN BENOWITZ, FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY

BOOTH #S1102

BOOTH #712

BOOTH #S1020

KEY BISCAYNE, FL

ANNAPOLIS, MD

MIAMI, FL

FABIANAORELLANO@GMAIL.COM

INFO@GALLERYKAG.COM

H-ALLEN@GATE.NET

WWW.FABYORELLANO.COM

WWW.GALLERYKAG.COM

WWW.H-ALLENART.COM

FELTON WELLER

GALLERY NK

HARTLEY STUDIO

BOOTH #706

BOOTH #519

BOOTH #502

NEW YORK, NY

WASHINGTON, D.C.

ORLANDO, FL

FELTONPARKER@GMAIL.COM

INFO@GALLERYONK.COM

MAXWELLHARTLEY@GMAIL.COM

FELTONWELLERCOM.FATCOW.COM/

WWW.GALLERYONK.COM

WWW.MAXWELLHARTLEY.COM

GALLERYNA 19

HIGH ART GALLERY

WWW.ERICSHUPECOLLECTION.COM

EXPOSITORES DE ARTES Y PINTURS DEL CARIBE

FELTONWELLER/

FILIP KURZEWSKI

BOOTH #S1113

GUIDO CORAZZIARI BOOTH #902-B

BOOTH #607

BOOTH #812

BOOTH #900-J

OAK PARK, IL

SANTA ROSA, CA

WARSAW, POLAND

WADE.CREATE@YAHOO.COM

HIGHARTGALLERY@GMAIL.COMW

FFKART@GMAIL.COM

WWW.WADECREATE.COM

WWW.FILIPKURZEWSKI.COM

GADI FRAIMAN

GEBHARDT GALLERY

HOM ART GALLERY BOOTH #700

BOOTH #516

MIAMI, FL

BOOTH #713

BLOOMINGTON, IN

INFO@ARTDEALERUSA.COM

JERUSALEM, ISRAEL

GEBHARDTK@ME.COM

WWW.ARTDEALERUSA.COM

DAN.FRAIMAN@GMAIL.COM

WWW.GEBHARDTGALLERY.

WWW.GADIFRAIMAN.COM

WORDPRESS.COM

HUAYUAN ART BOOTH #218 NEW YORK, NY RAEWANG@HUAYUANUS.COM WWW.HUAYUANART.COM

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INART GALLERY SANTA FE

JBIS CONTEMPORARY

JOLIE HARRIS

BOOTH #701

BOOTH #S800

BOOTH #428

SANTA FE, NM

SCOTIA, NY

CINCINNATI, OH

INFO@INARTSANTAFE.COM

JEFFREY@JBISCONTEMPORARY.COM

JOLIE@JOLIEHARRIS.COM

WWW.INARTSANTAFE.COM

WWW.JEFFREYBISAILLON.COM

WWW.JOLIEHARRIS.COM

INSPIRATION: INTERNATIONAL ART BOOK

JENNIFER PENNACCHIO BOOTH #S1119

JONATHAN BRENDER AND CARLOS VALLENILLA

LOUNGE WALL-R

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL

BOOTH #415

PORTLAND, OR

PANACHEPADS@GMAIL.COM

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL

LIBNI@LLOSCARRI.COM

WWW.JENNIFERPENNACCHIO.COM

JONATHANBRENDER@GMAIL.COM

INSPIRATIONARTBOOK.COM/ CALLFORARTISTS

IT’S ALL ABOUT THE ART

JEREMY GDALIA

WWW.ASPARTGROUP.COM

BOOTH #902-C

JUNAID SENECHAL-SENEKAL

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM

BOOTH #S907

BOOTH #326

J.GDALIA@GMAIL.COM

FRANSCHHOEK, SOUTH AFRICA

BOCA RATON, FL

WWW.DROPR.COM/PORTFOLIO109256

INFO@JSSARTGALLERY.COM

ARTSTUDIOBOCA@GMAIL.COM WWW.ARTSTUDIOBOCA.COM

J. KEITH ZUDELL FINE ART

THE JESSGO INC. / JESSICA GORLICKY

WWW.JSSARTGALLERY.COM

KAROY

BOOTH #S1004

BOOTH #710

BOOTH #804

TORONTO, ON, CANADA

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL

GALLUP, NM

JESSICA@JESSGO.COM

CHARLES@STATUE4.COM

JKEITHZUDELLFINEART@GMAIL.COM

WWW.JESSGO.COM

WWW.KAROYART.COM

JILLIAN DYSON

KAT EVANS | MALU TAN

BOOTH #900-B

BOOTH #S1105

BOOTH #900-G

GREENWICH, CT

WESTPORT, CT

HOLLYWOOD, FL

JILLYMARIE.DYSON@GMAIL.COM

KAT@KEVANSART.COM

JAKEMUNOZART@GMAIL.COM

WWW.JILLIANDYSON.COM

WWW.KEVANSART.COM

JINU-JINU ART

KATELYN GOLDSTEIN

WWW.JKEITHZUDELLFINEART.COM

JAKE MUNOZ

WWW.PRIMALEXPRESSIONISM.COM

JAMES PATERSON FINE ART

BOOTH #902-E

BOOTH #902-H

BOOTH #200

CHEADLE, UNITED KINGDOM

MIAMI BEACH, FL

MEAFORD, ON, CANADA

MONAHPATEL@CHEERFUL.COM

KATELYNGOLDSTEIN@GMAIL.COM

LYNNP1996@HOTMAIL.COM

WWW.MONAPATEL.ARTWEB.COM

WWW.KATELYNGOLDSTEIN.COM

JOHN NAPOLI FINE ART

KEVIN DODGE

WWW.JDPATERSON.COM

JANINE MONROE

BOOTH #308

BOOTH #902-D

BOOTH #S827

FRANKLIN PARK, NJ

DELRAY BEACH, FL

ALPHARETTA, GA

JOHNNAPOLIFINEART@GMAIL.COM

KEVIN@DODGEPHOTOS.COM

GEORGE@JMONROEGALLERY.COM

WWW.JOHNNAPOLIFINEART.COM

WWW.DODGEOCEAN.COM

WWW.JMONROEGALLERY.COM

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KEVIN GRASS FINE ART

LOPEZ VENERO STUDIO

MICHELE FINE ART

BOOTH #S1112

BOOTH #902-L

BOOTH #S917

TARPON SPRINGS, FL

SAN JERONIMO, MEXICO

PALM DESERT, CA

FINEARTFAN@HOTMAIL.COM

ROCIO11@HOTMAIL.COM

SOILEDCANVAS@AOL.COM

WWW.KEVINGRASS.COM

WWW.ROCIOLOPEZVENERO.COM

WWW.MICHELEFINEART.COM

KURT MERKEL FINE ART

M3 PROJECT

MICHELLE MCCOY

BOOTH #S1118

BOOTH #601

BOOTH #S919

ALBUQUERQUE, NM

KEY BISCAYNE, FL

ST. PETERSBURG, FL

KURT@KURTMERKEL.COM

VMURPHY10@GMAIL.COM

ART@MICHELLEMCCOY.US

WWW.KURTMERKEL.COM

WWW.VEROMURPHY.BLOGSPOT.COM

WWW.MICHELLEMCCOY.US

KYRA BELAN FINE ART

MALCOLM SMITH

MIGUEL LEE-LEON STUDIO

BOOTH #504

BOOTH #S1110

BOOTH #304

CAPE CORAL, FL

MIAMI BEACH, FL

RANCHO MIRAGE, CA

KYRABELAN2013@GMAIL.COM

SMI4H@YAHOO.COM

GREG@LEE-LEONSTUDIO.COM

WWW.KYRABELAN.COM

WWW.MALCOLMSMITHART.COM

WWW.LEE-LEONSTUDIO.COM

LAELANIE LARACH ART

MARTA G. WILEY STUDIOS

MINAKSHI DE

BOOTH #S825

BOOTH #902-G

BOOTH #902-R

MIAMI, FL

LITCHFIELD PARK, AZ

VERO BEACH, FL

LAELANIELARACH@GMAIL.COM

MARTAWILEYSTUDIOS@GMAIL.COM

MINAKSHIDE@GMAIL.COM

WWW.LAELANIELARACH.COM

WWW.MARTAWILEY.COM

WWW.MINAKSHIDE.IN

LARUS GALLERY

MATTSON’S FINE ART

NADIA LASSMAN ART

BOOTH #S1016

BOOTH #411, 506, SC-4

BOOTH #900-A

HOLLYWOOD, FL

ATLANTA, GA

TORONTO, ON, CANADA

LENA.ZUBKOVA@GMAIL.COM

FRANK@DOBRONTEFINEART.COM

NADIALASSMAN@GMAIL.COM

WWW.LARUSGALLERY.COM

WWW.MATTSONSFINEART.COM

WWW.NADIALASSMANART.COM

LETTY GILLETT

MECENAVIE GALLERY

NADYA REGO GALLERY

BOOTH #S823

BOOTH #509

BOOTH #S1015

HOLLYWOOD, FL

PARIS, FRANCE

HONOLULU, HI

LETICIAGILLETT@GMAIL.COM

CATHERINETORMO@MECENAVIE.COM

NADYAREGOART@GMAIL.COM

WWW.LETTYGILLETTART.COM

WWW.MECENAVIE.COM

WWW.NADYAREGO.COM

LOFT ESPACIO ALFA FINE ART

MEME FERRE

NAVRATIL GALLERY

BOOTH #S1116

BOOTH #S1006

BOOTH #S903

KEY BISCAYNE, FL

MIAMI BEACH, FL

BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA

MEMEFERREARTE@GMAIL.COM

MARIUSZ@STUDIONAVRATIL.COM

BEATRIZZUCARO@HOTMAIL.COM

WWW.MEMEARTE.COM

WWW.STUDIONAVRATIL.COM

MICHEL DELGADO

NICK FEDAEFF

BOOTH #S1000

BOOTH #S909

BOOTH #S1008

PHILADELPHIA, PA

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND

IBIZA, SPAIN

DELGADOM44@GMAIL.COM

INFO@NICKFED.COM

LOLOGELDERMAN@GMAIL.COM

WWW.MICHELDELGADO.COM

WWW.NICKFED.COM

WWW.LOFTESPACIOALFA.COM.AR

LOLO LOREN

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PLATFORM AWARDS / ART BRAND STUDIOS

RONEN ART GALLERY

BOOTH #SC-5

BOOTH #909

AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS

MOUNT PLEASANT, ZIMBABWE

MORGAN HILL, CA

RONENARTGALLERY@GMAIL.COM

NOZIPHOSEYASEYA@YMAIL.COM

L.NIXON@ARTBRAND.COM

WWW.RONENARTGALLERY.COM

OLIVER COLE GALLERY

WWW.ARTBRANDSTUDIOS.COM

BOOTH #709

ROY RODRIGUEZ FINE ARTS

BOOTH #521

POLITO

MIAMI, FL

BOOTH #SC-7

DORAL, FL

ART@EFFUSIONGALLERY.COM

CARACAS, VENEZUELA

ROYRODRIGUEZART@YAHOO.COM

WWW.EFFUSIONGALLERY.COM

GP.POLITO@GMAIL.COM

WWW.ROYRODRIGUEZART.COM

OUTING ART GALLERY

WWW.POLITOART.COM.VE

BOOTH #405

RYAN ZWENG

BOOTH #104

RAJVI DEDHIA UNADKAT

AVENTURA, FL

BOOTH #407

SAN FRANCISCO, CA

OUTINGARTGALLERY@GMAIL.COM

NEW YORK, NY

RYAN.ZWENG@GMAIL.COM

WWW.OUTINGARTGALLERYMIA.COM

RAJVIDU.ART@GMAIL.COM

WWW.ZWENGART.COM

PASHMIN ART GALLERY

WWW.RAJVIDU.COM

BOOTH #S923

BOOTH #215

RAY JIANG

SAM DOBROW PHOTOGRAPHY

HAMBURG, GERMANY

BOOTH #900-E

BOOTH #S1120

INFO@PASHMINART-GALLERY.COM

HOUSTON, TX

MIAMI, FL

WWW.PASHMINART-GALLERY.COM

RAYJIANG123@GMAIL.COM

SAMDOBROW@GMAIL.COM

WWW.JIANGARTS.COM

WWW.SAMDOBROWPHOTOGRAPHY.COM

BOOTH #S1108

RDZ FINE ART

COLD LAKE, AB, CANADA

BOOTH #S1007

SARAH LEE GOSSETT PARRISH FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY

PCOULTER08@GMAIL.COM

CORAL GABLES, FL

BOOTH #205

WWW.PATRICIACOULTER.COM

EDRODR1957@YAHOO.COM

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK

WWW.RDZFINEART.COM

SLGPARRISH@MAC.COM

PATRICIA COULTER

PAUL CHANG STUDIO

WWW.SLGPARRISH.COM

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL

REBECCA MOLAYEM GALLERY

PAULCHANG11@YAHOO.COM

BOOTH #206

BOOTH #902-I

WWW.PAULCHANG.NET

LOS ANGELES, CA

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA

MREBECCA@SBCGLOBAL.NET

SARUBIGALLERY@GMAIL.COM

WWW.REBECCAMOLAYEMARTS.COM

WWW.SARUBIGALLERY.COM/

HAMPTON BAYS, NY

RICIERI ART

PHILLIPMICHAELSART@GMAIL.COM

BOOTH #705

SCULPTOR RAFAEL CONSUEGRA

WWW.INSTAGRAM.COM/

SURFSIDE, FL

BOOTH #S1012

PHILLIPMICHAELSART

RICIERIART@GMAIL.COM

MIAMI, FL

WWW.RICIERI.NET

RAFAELCONSUEGRA@COMCAST.NET

BOOTH #402

PHILLIP MICHAELS BOOTH #S1017

SARUBI ART

WWW.RAFAELCONSUEGRA.COM

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SHARON KALINER ART

THREE ARTIST

BOOTH #319

BOOTH #505

JUPITER, FL

MIAMI, FL

SKALINER@COMCAST.NET

PAT.BERTISCH@YAHOO.COM

WWW.SHARONKALINERART.COM

WWW.PATRICIABERTISCH.COM/

SHELLEY LAKE

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BOOTH #S1109

BOOTH #902-P

WINTER PARK, FL

NAPLES, FL

SHELLEYLAKE@MAC.COM

GHOUSSAINI@AOL.COM

WWW.SHELLEYLAKE.COM

WWW.VALERIEGHOUSSAINI.COM

SHEWMAKER SCULPTURE

VANESSA VELIB

BOOTH #110, OUT-1, SC-1

BOOTH #424

PEPEEKEO, HI

SAN ANTONIO, TX

MICHAELSHEWMAKER@YAHOO.COM

VANESSAVELIBART@GMAIL.COM

WWW.SHEWMAKERSCULPTURE.COM

WWW.VANESSAVELIB.COM

SOUREN MOUSAVI

VINCENT MINOR PHOTO

BOOTH #520

BOOTH #301

CHELTENHAM, UNITED KINGDOM

NEW YORK, NY

MIRACLEARTLIFE@YAHOO.COM

VINCENT@VINCENTMINORPHOTO.COM

WWW.SOURENMOUSAVI.CO.UK

WWW.VINCENTMINORPHOTO.COM

SPIRIT DEL ART GALLERY

WILLIAM OSORIO

BOOTH #100

BOOTH #S1106

BROOKLYN, NY

MIAMI, FL

SPIRITDELART@GMAIL.COM

OSORIOW684@GMAIL.COM

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BOOTH #902-M

LONDON, UK / WIMBERLEY, TEXAS

ASTORIA, NY

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WOLFEYESCREATIVE@GMAIL.COM

WWW.STEIDELFINEART.COM

WWW.WOLFEYESCREATIVE.COM

SUDONG ART STUDIO BOOTH #717

WORLD WIDE ART - ARTAVITA

BEIJING, CHINA

BOOTH #807

SUDONGSTUDIO@YAHOO.COM

SANTA BARBARA, CA

WWW.SUDONGART.COM

THOMAS@WWAB.US WWW.ARTAVITA.COM

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