Each first week of December, Miami becomes the favorite meeting place for the international art world crowd. Once again, Miami Art Week took over the city, gathering world’s top gallerists, artists, curators, collectors and enthusiasts.
From everyone at Gallery Art we want to thank all of you that were able to join us this year! Here are a few photos from this year’s show:
To view the artwork that was featured at Spectrum Miami 2017, and the rest of our Fine Art Collections please visit GallArt.com
Each first week of December, Miami becomes the favorite meeting place for the international art world crowd. Once again, Miami Art Week will take over the city, gathering world’s top gallerists, artists, curators, collectors and enthusiasts.
As part of this dense and vibrant cultural event, Spectrum Miami returns for another strong edition, co-locating with Red Dot Art Fair. It will be hosted by the Arts & Entertainment District, Miami’s new cultural center still being defined by the burgeoning creative scene. A curated contemporary art show featuring an international slate of artists and galleries, Spectrum Miami 2017 is where contemporary meets extraordinary.
Expecting tens thousands of visitors, the fair will present top galleries and artists from the United States and around the world. In addition, this five-day fine art experience will feature Art Labs, Art Talks, Meet the Artist sessions, music, entertainment, and other special events.
Once again, Spectrum Miami will also be hosting ArtSpot Miami Art Show. This stand-alone event inside the show will feature a carefully selected modern, contemporary and cutting-edge galleries with strong curatorial programs and their represented artists.
Please join Gallery Art for the remainder of Spectrum Miami, Red Dot & ArtSpot International at booth 403 & 404. Saturday, December 9th from 1:00 pm-9:00 pm, Sunday, December 10th from 12:00 pm-5:00 pm located at 1700 NE 2nd Ave., Miami, FL 33132 , Arts & Entertainment District.
You can also visit our store located at 20633 Biscayne Blvd, Aventura, FL 33180 or view our website at GallArt.com
François Morellet died on Wednesday, just a few days after his 90th birthday. Parisian gallerist Kamel Mennour confirmed the French artist’s passing to Le Monde. Morellet is known primarily as a major figure of geometric abstraction and Concrete Art, working across mediums including painting, sculpture, and light-based art. Though he began working in the 1950s, the artist has explained that he had to wait decades before his neon works became in-demand enough to sell. Morellet was a central player in the founding of the significant Paris collective of the 1960s Groupe de Recherche d’Art Visuel (GRAV).
Some 60 years after his practice began, Morellet received a major retrospective at the Center Pompidou in Paris, cementing his place in the country as one of the key artists of his generation.
Gallery Art owner Kenneth Hendel holds on tightly to Picasso’s ‘Portrait de Marie-Therese’ at his gallery in Aventura on Wednesday, April 20, 2016. Hendel received a letter from a New York law firm saying that the Picasso in his gallery was stolen ten years ago from the Tisch family and they just noticed it was missing now. The gallery owner contends he bought the art from another dealer – paid $350,000 for it — and that he knows nothing about it being stolen.
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Spotted: Gallery Art’s truck at Red Dot Art Fair
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