The New York Times features Mera and Don Rubell in front of artist Liu Wei's “Liberation No. 1” The work is part of the group exhibition “28 Chinese" that will be on view at the Rubell Family Collection in Miami through August 1, 2014. Click here to read the full article.
“There’s something strange about the rift between reality and fiction,” says photographer Alex Prager of her work. Watch the full video on Nowness. To learn more about her solo exhibition “Face in the Crowd” at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, click here.
#DoHoSuh’s “Specimen Series - Stove” on display at Art Basel Miami Beach
“For me, life is a series of displacements from one space to another. We all experience this displacement on a daily basis. You don’t need to travel from one culture to another to experience this notion of a split or torn identity, or sense of place,” says Do Ho Suh about his artwork. His artwork is on view at Lehmann Maupin’s booth at Art Basel Miami Beach. Read more about Suh here.
#LiuWei’s “Jungle No. 16” is now on view at Art Basel Miami Beach
Considered to be one of the most progressive and original Chinese artists to have emerged on the international art scene, Liu Wei utilizes basic industrial materials as poetic commentary on the changing social and political climates of his homeland China. Liu Wei’s work is on view at Art Basel Miami Beach at the Lehmann Maupin booth through December 8. Read more about the artist here.
#OsGemeos tribute to Nelson Mandela @osgemeos
#AlexPrager’s photographs now on view at Art Basel Miami Beach
"I wanted to take an intimate look at a individual surrounded by a sea of strangers—and how it feels to get lost in that crowd and become anonymous," says artist Alex Prager. View Prager’s photographs at the Lehmann Maupin booth at Art Basel Miami Beach. Read more about the artist here.
Come see artwork by #TeresitaFernandez now on view at Art Basel Miami Beach
“My work is less about the object and image,” says artist Teresita Fernandez,“What I’m trying to achieve with materials is something that becomes pure effect.” “Ghost (Vines)” (pictured above) is now on view at the Lehmann Maupin booth at Art Basel Miami Beach through December 8. Click here to read more about the artist.
#BillyChildish now on view at Art Basel Miami Beach
Billy Childish is now on view at Art Basel Miami Beach. Childish was an artist-in-residence at the Historic Dockyard in his hometown of Chatham when he created these beautiful works. Learn more about Lehmann Maupin’s booth here.
#TraceyEmin is now on view at Lehmann Maupin’s booth at Art Basel Miami Beach
In conjunction with Tracey Emin’s first solo museum exhibition in the United States, “Angel Without You" at the Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami, Lehmann Maupin will feature Emin’s works in a dedicated Art Kabinett at Art Basel Miami Beach. Among the works on view by the British artist will be a group of bronze sculptures adorned with tiny, hand-sculpted animal and human figures and engraved with poetic confessions. Alongside the sculptures will be self-portraits from Emin’s Lonely Chair drawing series and a new neon wall piece, The Passion of Your Smile. Together these works poignantly capture the artist’s range of emotions from longing and loneliness to love and desire.
Emin will also participate in a talk as part of the fair’s Salon 2013 programming this evening, Thursday, December 5 at 6 PM within the fair at the Miami Beach Convention Center.
#angelotero’s Art on the Move project with #LocustProjects is in Miami through December 22!