For all you pent up – shack wacky – covid cave dwellers – art aficionados, fans of fun and denizens of the night join ArtBasil – EatUp,Inc. Evens this weekend . As is said “the show must go on” and going on it is! A weekend of visually stimulating pop-ups, parties and in-person satellite exhibits. Art Basil. org and EatUp Events have been pushed to coincide with Super Blue.com across the street from the newly inaugurated Rubell Museum and Leku Basque bistro. As usual, we’re here to help you get the most of Many mini gatherings, small acts BIG impact. Media Relations and details 310-220-9118 firstname.lastname@example.org
FRIDAY- 4 DOWNTOWN -MUSEUMS “ART”APATTAH – LITTLE HAITI
Plenty of museums are throwing their names into the hat for can’t-miss places to add to your Miami Art Week agenda. HistoryMiami debuts a new exhibition on December 3rd: ‘Urban Tranquility: Photographs by C.W. Griffin‘ which explores a one-block radius of Downtown Miami. Celebrate Miami Art Week 2020 with complimentary admission to the Museum of Art and Design (MOAD) through December 6
VIPICTURES.COM Recommends LEKU-RUBELL As the Place to converse + indulge + drink + Basque bar menu – 6:30 to 11PM Closed Monday & Tuesday. “Looking toward ArtBasil.org& SuperBlue Miami – ‘Art-Appatah’ 1100 NW 23rd St, Miami, FL 33127
SATURDAY – 5 MIAMI DESIGN DISTRICT is your next best choice with its fashion-forward displays, street art and interactive installations around every corner, and dozens of galleries with new pop-ups to their name. Red Bull unveils its ‘Illume’ exhibit at The Generator Hotel, a show-stopping collection of adventure and sports photography
Planet Fashion Week Saturday, December 5th from 5pm to 9pm 4141 NE 2nd Avenue. Miami Design District. 33127 “Limited amount of attendees that can be accommodated due to capacity & Covid. Celia Evans – Planet Fashion TV.
ACT NOW! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/130504447315 Complimentary cocktails, and to see the incredible work by world renowned contemporary artist Bradley Theodore a favorite of A-list celebrities including Adele, Salma Hayek and Bill Clinton. Acclaimed in global press, GQ and Glamour Magazine. A stalwart in the neo pop Novo Movement he paints fashion icons like Kate Moss, Gigi Hadid, Kendall Jenner, Cara Delevingne, Karl Lagerfeld and Anna Wintour. Fashion Show presentation by couture gown designer Cassandra Youngs. Operatic performance by Randy Singer and Veronica Lovan.
The Center for Subtropical Affairs, easily one of the coolest paradise-like venues in all of Miami, is launching two site-specific shows around town but we’re most looking forward to their home base installation with dozens of artists and a swanky opening event in collaboration with Lo-Hi Mag on December 2nd. Local sculptor, Monica Leslie Travis is premiering her works in Little Haiti as well, as part of her “Make Yourself at Home” exhibition.
MIAMI BEACH- 6 SUNDAY
Oolite Arts: Support local artists through the Oolite Arts’ Pop-Up Exhibition “MATERIALIZE.” All works are for sale and all proceeds go directly to the artists. Ranging from $1 to $250 with select works above $1,000, the curated exhibit includes photographs, prints, zines, books, clothing, jewelry, sculpture and face masks, all created by local artists. The exhibition “materializes” an empty storefront at 928 Lincoln Road. Works are for sale in person in a socially distanced environment and also online starting November 28 at www.oolitearts.org/materialize. Lincoln Road hours, noon to 8:00 pm from November 28 through December 6.
The Sagamore Hotel: During Art Week, in addition to exhibits throughout the property, The Sagamore will feature galleries in their iconic bungalows for the first time. The Sagamore will make a contribution from ticket sales and a portion of art sales to its cultural partner, The Bass, in support of their art acquisition fund in the purchase of art by Miami artists.
Olafur Eliasson’s Earth Speakr | Interactive Digital Artwork | www.mbartsandculture.org/earth-speakrDaily, Self-Guided Earth Speakr invites residents of South Florida and all over the world to listen to what the next generation has to say about the future of our planet. The artwork promotes cross-generational dialogue at a critical time for Miami Beach in light of rising sea levels.
The Wolfsonian-FIU | 1001 Washington Avenue | www.wolfsonian.org
Trolley Stop: 11 Street & Collins Avenue I 10 AM – 6 PM, Thursday – Sunday Exhibiting four new exhibitions, including The New Deal: Art Relief, Art for Justice, You, Me, We, Us: Solidarity in AIDS Graphic Design and Color and Form: American Depression Glass. Admission will be free, with online ticketed entry at www.wolfsonian.org
Miami Beach Botanical Garden | 2000 Convention Center Drive | www.mbgarden.org Trolley Stop: 17 Street & Meridian Avenue I11 AM – 5 PM, – Sunday
Be sure to stop by the Miami Beach Botanical Garden to experience this magical oasis, along with live musical performances, sound and media installations and an open-air artisan market.
Miami Design Preservation League | 1001 Ocean Drive | www.mdpl.org
Trolley Stop: 11 Street & Collins Avenue -9 AM – 5 PM, Monday, Friday-Sunday
Featured exhibitions include Women’s Right to Vote, Featured Local Artist: Urban Sketchers and permanent exhibitions of Art Deco, Mediterranean and Miami Modern historic design styles.
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