In this most meta of meta experiences during Miami Design Week 2017, Fien Muller and Hannes Van Severen welcome guests into their living room with A Wild Thing, at Design Miami/ 2017. Commissioned by Airbnb, the installation by muller van severen is an intimate exploration of the shared home. The space at Design Miami/ is a […]
On Wednesday, December 6, high-impact LED lighting company Soraa and locally-grown accessible contemporary art fair Superfine! are joining forces. Capped off at only 400 attendees, Miami’s art collector and art-curious community will join Superfine! and Soraa for a witching hour preview of thefair that was ranked Miami’s favorite of 2017 by the Miami New Times. […]
This year’s edition of DESIGN MIAMI/ DESIGN Talks offers an outstanding selection of discourses involving a global cornucopia of some of the leading design and production creatives, collectors, and critics. Wednesday, December 6/ 1:30–2:30pm/ Rethinking the City through Blackness/ 3–4pm/ Redefining Cultural Impact: How New Technologies Influence Artists and Creatives/ 4:30–5:30pm/ Architecture and the Future […]
This year PULSE Miami Beach will include PROJECTS, a captivating on-site series of installations for PULSE. PULSE returns to Indian Beach Park under the new leadership of Fair Director Katelijne De Backer. Click on the image to see further details on each of these amazing works!
For Miami Design Week 2017, Design Miami/ has partnered with COS, the fashion brand of choice for men and women who like their design timeless and modern, to stage the COS x Studio Swine installation, New Spring, Miami at one of the most iconic Miami Beach Art Deco locations, The Temple House. Following its celebrated award winning debut […]
The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) has a venue change this year from the Deauville Beach Resort to Ice Palace Studios due to the damages the resort suffered from a fire and then Hurricane Irma. “NADA is committed to producing a distinctive event in Miami for our exhibitors and the public. We have always sought […]
From the Second Century Photography, Feminism, Politics Symposium presented by FotoFocus earlier this month, this awesome Woman with a Camera Panel moderated by Prudence Peiffer (Senior Editor at Artforum) with Makeda Best (Curator of Photography for Harvard Art Museums), Carmen Winant (Artist and Writer, Assistant Professor of Visual Studies and Contemporary Art History at CCAD and Dean at […]