Photo Report: Art Basel Miami Beach And Its Satellites 2012

Art Basel Miami/ UNTITLED/ SCOPE/ AQUA / the Villa by Barton G.

In Photo Reports by Greta Pemberton 2012-12-11 print

Art Basel Miami Beach convention center opening day for the masses on Thursday, at 11am!

Richard Gray gallery had some lovely pieces displayed at Art Basel Miami!

Art Basel Miami's sexy VIP room decked out with Herman Miller chairs. Later in the day this room was filled to the gills with art VIPs.

Busy pace at Art Basel Miami's first day!

UNTITLED's first year in an awesome tent on the beach!

NY based Dodge Gallery's Founder/Director Kristen Dodge talking to patrons about Hudson, NY based artist, Jason Middlebrook at UNTITLED art fair in Miami Beach, and literally, on the beach.

At UNTITLED, Cecilia Juardo of the LES- Y Gallery was pleased to be showing G.T. Pellizzi's red canvas with drizzled black dice pieces. She matched beautifully!

UNTITLEDs lovely sunlit venue on Miami Beach's beach! In the background to the right is NYC's Y Gallery booth showing Ryan Brown's acrylic, watercolor, and ink on paper (over metal) work.

LES Gallery, Participant INC., in action at UNTITLED.

Blackstone Gallery, an LES gallery showing at UNTITLED this year.

SCOPE at Miami Beach was filled with inspiring art and splashy entrance filled with rocking sculptures. Far right sculpture is from Spanish artist Jaume Plensa!

Entrance to SCOPE art fair in Miami. Fifteen NY galleries out of nearly 100 representing this year's friendly and inspiring art fair.

Animals seemed to be a theme this year at the art fairs in Miami this year. Artist Hugh Hayden's work of a taxidermy Billy goat is riding high on cinder blocks at SCOPE, curated by NYC's Brass Tacks.

Miami's AQUA art fair was light and airy and fun!

Chelsea Gallery, Lyons Weir showing  work by artist Greg Haberny at AQUA.

Lots of fun events happening in Miami this year.  This is an image inside the Villa by Barton G. (The former Versace Mansion). This private event was launching the portfolio debut of Worhol images by NY based photographer, William John Kennedy.

Richard Prince's, Millionaire Nurse has red hair like me! Perhaps this is me in the future?!! This beauty was being sold by New York gallery, Van De Weghe Fine Art, at Art Miami Basel last week.

CANADA Gallery's comfortable booth at NADA. To the left and sitting down is one of CANADA's 4 founders, Suzanne Butler.  In the center is Caitlin Miller of (The Art Newspaper) speaking to kickass artist and gallery founder Sarah Braman, who is speaking to Yousef Idia, who was selling gorgeous Berber rugs off the gallery floor.

A delicious Marilyn cookie treat at the private party held at the former Versace Mansion in Miami Beach. The party was introducing William John Kennedy's photograph series of Warhol, from 1964. I heard that all of the benifit editions sold that night for a whopping 20,000 a piece!

New York's neighbor, Canadian artist Simon Bilodeau's work caught my eye at SCOPE.

I loved this work at SCOPE, from Waterhouse and Dodd artist Jemimah Patterson.

Greta Pemberton

Greta Pemberton. Greta Pemberton is an artist and a cardiac surgical nurse who is continually inspired by viewing the genius of others. Blogging about artists, dealers, and galleries is simply an extension of what brings us all together, creativity. » See other writings

Comments

About NYABlog

NYABlog's writers and video reporters deliver regular reviews, features and interviews to stimulate discussion about all sides of New York's creative scene.

The views expressed on NYABlog are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of their employers, or NY Art Beat.

All content on this site is © their respective owner(s).
New York Art Beat (2008) - About - Contact - Privacy - Terms of Use