December 11, 2013

Incredible works from Art Basel Miami 2013

Dec. 5-8, 2013
Photos by Patricia Lois Nuss http://www.patricialoisnuss.com/
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Coralie Claeysen-Gleyzon and Dennis Liddy of Jai Gallery in Orlando check out the trends at the art fairs this year. Coralie points out the multitude of pieces incorporating layers, such as this backlit layered glass piece by Peter Byum pictured here.Context Art Fair
Coralie Claeysen-Gleyzon and Dennis Liddy of Jai Gallery in Orlando check out the trends at the art fairs this year. Coralie points out the multitude of pieces incorporating layers, such as this backlit layered glass piece by Peter Byum pictured here.
Context Art Fair
In addition to looking at photographic artworks, Patrick and Holly Kahn admit this is not their only interest – innovative sculptures are also of interest. Here we take a moment to look at a para-human sculpture by Kate Clark. This Zebra piece is suitably titled “She Gets What She Wants”.
Kate Clark’s “work studies the tension between personal and mythical realms by creating sculpture that synthesizes the human face and the body of wild animals.” – artist bio.
Location: Miami Project Fair in Wynwood Arts District
In addition to looking at photographic artworks, Patrick and Holly Kahn admit this is not their only interest – innovative sculptures are also of interest. Here we take a moment to look at a para-human sculpture by Kate Clark. This Zebra piece is suitably titled “She Gets What She Wants”.

Kate Clark’s “work studies the tension between personal and mythical realms by creating sculpture that synthesizes the human face and the body of wild animals.” – artist bio.
Location: Miami Project Fair in Wynwood Arts District
In addition to looking at photographic artworks, Patrick and Holly Kahn admit this is not their only interest – innovative sculptures are also of interest. Here we take a moment to look at a para-human sculpture by Kate Clark. This Zebra piece is suitably titled “She Gets What She Wants”.
Kate Clark’s “work studies the tension between personal and mythical realms by creating sculpture that synthesizes the human face and the body of wild animals.” – artist bio.
Location: Miami Project Fair in Wynwood Arts District
In addition to looking at photographic artworks, Patrick and Holly Kahn admit this is not their only interest – innovative sculptures are also of interest. Here we take a moment to look at a para-human sculpture by Kate Clark. This Zebra piece is suitably titled “She Gets What She Wants”.

Kate Clark’s “work studies the tension between personal and mythical realms by creating sculpture that synthesizes the human face and the body of wild animals.” – artist bio.
Location: Miami Project Fair in Wynwood Arts District
In addition to looking at photographic artworks, Patrick and Holly Kahn admit this is not their only interest – innovative sculptures are also of interest. Here we take a moment to look at a para-human sculpture by Kate Clark. This Zebra piece is suitably titled “She Gets What She Wants”.
Kate Clark’s “work studies the tension between personal and mythical realms by creating sculpture that synthesizes the human face and the body of wild animals.” – artist bio.
Location: Miami Project Fair in Wynwood Arts District
In addition to looking at photographic artworks, Patrick and Holly Kahn admit this is not their only interest – innovative sculptures are also of interest. Here we take a moment to look at a para-human sculpture by Kate Clark. This Zebra piece is suitably titled “She Gets What She Wants”.

Kate Clark’s “work studies the tension between personal and mythical realms by creating sculpture that synthesizes the human face and the body of wild animals.” – artist bio.
Location: Miami Project Fair in Wynwood Arts District
Wanda Raimundi-Ortiz discusses her work at the exhibition "guerilleReina."
Location: 6th Street Container Gallery, Little Havana Miami
Wanda Raimundi-Ortiz discusses her work at the exhibition "guerilleReina."
Location: 6th Street Container Gallery, Little Havana Miami
Doug Aitken, ‘More More More More’, 2012, Eva Presenhuber Gallery
Alya Poplawsky and Katy Bakker of AK Art Consulting & Curating (Winter Park, FL)
Location: Official Art Basel, Convention Center
Doug Aitken, ‘More More More More’, 2012, Eva Presenhuber Gallery
Alya Poplawsky and Katy Bakker of AK Art Consulting & Curating (Winter Park, FL)
Location: Official Art Basel, Convention Center
Scott Scheidly’s iconic portraits.
Location: Scope Art Fair on the sand of South Beach, Miami
Scott Scheidly’s iconic portraits.
Location: Scope Art Fair on the sand of South Beach, Miami
Location: Context Art Fair in Wynwood Arts District
Peter Gronquist’s gravity defying self-portrait includes an intricate narrative many viewers could not resist.
Location: Scope Art Fair on the sand of South Beach, Miami
Peter Gronquist’s gravity defying self-portrait includes an intricate narrative many viewers could not resist.
Location: Scope Art Fair on the sand of South Beach, Miami
Carole Feureman’s realistic sculptures of swimmers are always an eye catcher at the Basel art fairs.
Location: Context Art Fair in Wynwood Arts District
Carole Feureman’s realistic sculptures of swimmers are always an eye catcher at the Basel art fairs.
Location: Context Art Fair in Wynwood Arts District