Exploring Art Fairs Parnassus in Miami in 2019
As a relatively new mecca for contemporary art, Miami programs for this December are the best way to close with gold one of the most prolific years for the American and international scene. Here are some of the trendiest events and exhibitions to close the year:
Miami will become the perfect scenario for Eric Ginsburhg’s Fridge Art Fair return, in conjunction with Art Basel Miami Beach and Miami Art Week. Ginsburg reaches for exploring the concept and illusion of living as cult director and artist John Waters pet Siberian Husky, “Aqua Net” in Baltimore. Maryland. He says: “While I was physically present and living in Manhattan, I spent the last year on sabbatical exploring the notion of living as ‘Aqua Net’. Ginsburg’s curatorial skills are unmatched as his experience as a visual artist transcends into his unique vision of design and special relations.
Dec 3 – Dec 8
SCOPE Miami Beach is back to its sacred shrine on the sands of Ocean Drive and 8th Street. SCOPE will welcome 134 diverse contemporary exhibitors featuring The New Contemporary, a genre that stands as a critical contribution to both global politics and local community engagement.
Dec 2 – Dec 8
Prizm exhibits international African artists featuring its seventh edition of global presentations by selected national and international galleries and its special curated section. This 2019 edition will be organized around our central focus, “Love in the time of hysteria”, illustrating how love, compassion, and respect endure in a social environment plagued by divisive political rhetoric, unprovoked inflammatory attacks against members of marginalized communities and broad social unrest.
Dec 5 – Dec 8
Hampton Art Lovers presents Point Comfort Art Fair and Exhibition, a presentation that will show African-American contributions to American fine arts. The fair is inspired by the history and legacy of The theme of the commemoration of the 400 years of the first Africans brought to American shores as human beings enslaved in 1619 in Point Comfort, Virginia. The quintessential of this showcase is a blending between sociology, culture, and art.
Dec 3 – Dec 8
For about a week, people will have the opportunity to explore stunning immersive pieces; guests will be able to attend performances, artist discussions, and workshops during the shows. The programs are satisfyingly designed to bring to Wynwood both traditional art collectors and some of the brightest minds in the creative art and tech fields.
To make planning your cultural experience a little easier, Ascaso Gallery (Booth AM208A) is pleased to participate in the 30th Anniversary of this fair, presenting works by Carlos Cruz-Diez, Victor Valera, Luis Tomasello, Rafael Barrios, Salvador Dalí, Fernando Botero, Oswaldo Vigas, Francisco Narvaez, Julio Larraz, among others.
As an exclusive featuring, Ascaso’s branch in Venezuela -Galerias Ascaso Caracas- will be introducing some selected works of kinetic art master Jesus Rafael Soto.
Art Basel 2019
Dec 5 – Dec 8
An exclusive selection of more than 200 of the world’s leading international Modern and contemporary art galleries will display artworks by over 4,000 artists, including paintings, sculptures, installations, photography, film, video, and digital art. Visitors can find works ranging from editioned pieces by young artists to museum-caliber masterpieces.
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