The 24th edition of “The Art of The Portrait”, in Atlanta, April 20-24, 2022.

"The portrait is the most sublime artistic expression of the human being," said a famous painter. Among the guarantors of this extraordinary artistic genre is the Portrait Society of America, one of the most prestigious American art institutions, completely dedicated to the art of portraiture. This year, after two years of virtual meetings, the Portrait Society of America is pleased to announce a return to normalcy by presenting the prestigious annual ...

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The 17th edition of Design Miami/ explores the theme Human-Kind, the designer’s vision for a more equitable and interconnected future.

Design Miami/ returns to the marquee set up in front of the Miami Beach Convention Center, after a return to its origins that brought it back, last year during the COVID-19 pandemic, to The Moore Building, in the Design District.   This year the iconic marquee returns more colorful than ever with its large spaces due, in part, to the distribution of exhibitors. Among the big news this year are: the ...

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Miami Art Week: events and numbers of the craziest week of the year.

Miami Art Week has come to an end and even though only a few hours have passed, the first numbers have already come out regarding attendance, sales and the most expensive work sold, as expected, at Art Basel/Miami Beach.  With the exception of Gagosian, which does not share any information about its sales -but apparently sold a work for $40 million- the most expensive work of Miami Art Week was "Mousquetaire ...

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Miami Art Week: SCOPE, Miami Art Beat and Wolfsonian-FIU VIP soiree and presentation.

The day on the beaches and under the sun of Miami Beach begins with SCOPE.  SCOPE is an institution in the American art world: it boasts 75 fairs spread over years of activity and held in Miami, New York and Basel. In its 20th edition in Miami Beach, the fair counted 140 galleries from all over the world with cumulative sales in excess of a billion dollars and the presence of ...

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Miami Art Week- Day 4: NADA, MOCA, Wynwood Walls, Museum of Graffiti and Miami Mural Festival.

The fourth day of the "art pilgrimage" took Miami Niche to discover NADA- New Art Dealers Alliance, on display through December 4 at Ice Palace Studios.  NADA, founded in 2002, is a non-profit collective of contemporary professional artists whose mission is to create an open flow of information, support and collaboration in the field of the arts, in order to develop a strong sense of community among its members. In addition to ...

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African Diaspora and local artists at the official presentation of the Rubell Museum.

Miami Art Week started off with numerous, very exclusive yet very crowded, inaugural events. Among these could not be missed the inauguration of the new exhibitions of the Rubell Museum. The Rubell family, made up of Mera, Don, their son Jason and daughter-artist Jennifer, consider it a real mission to make people aware of the history of contemporary art through the works of their collection. (To learn more about their history, ...

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Miami Art Week under the banner of Art Basel/Miami Beach, Design Miami/ and Faena Art.

The second day of the craziest week of the year kicks off with the undisputed queen, and princess in tow, of MIami Art Week: Art Basel/Miami Beach and Design Miami/, returning in person, respectively to the Miami Beach Convention Center and the quaint tent set up in front of Art Basel. "People want to see art and why is that? Because there is no substitute for discovery art in person and ...

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Miami Art Week: art week kicks off with Untitled, The Bass Museum, Superblue and the Rubell Museum.

Miami Art Week officially begins under the bright sun of Florida , where blue skies and sea breezes make for a great day of walking incessantly through exhibitions, museums, installations and institutions, scattered throughout the city of Miami and Miami Beach. While people, frantic, begin to fill every corner of the Magic City, we at Miami Niche delved into the events. The first meeting of the day featured PAMM-Peréz Art Museum ...

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Vademecum Miami Art Week 2021: fairs, museums, collections and institutions.

After the long wanderings in the uncertainty due to the pandemic, Miami Art Week is back this year and for the occasion the Magic City is back more splendid than ever.  Miami Art Week is a worldwide reference point for art enthusiasts who this year will be able to attend again in person subject to strict rules regarding personal and public safety, including: the requirement to wear a mask, demonstration of ...

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