Artistic mementos popping up everywhere during Art Basel Miami Beach


And there’s more

Additional pop-ups during Art Basel will offer designer-made items for sale, including:

• Harper’s Bazaar’s ShopBAZAAR.com boutique will be open from Tuesday through Thursday at Soho Beach House, 4385 Collins Ave. in Miami Beach.

Offering personalized shopping consultations with BAZAAR editors and fashion and accessories from Curve Boutique, the store will feature brands including Acne, Proenza Schouler, and Dion Lee, and special pieces from John Hardy, MCM, MICHELE Watches, and Atelier Swarovski. French fashion brand Sandro will debut select pieces from its Spring 2014 collection, and jewelry designer Jennifer Fisher will offer a selection of pieces, with proceeds benefiting Free Arts NYC.

• At the Rooftop of The Riviera South Beach Hotel, 2000 Liberty Ave., Miami Beach, from 4 p.m. to midnight on Sunday, RumbaTime will feature the latest collections of fashionable watches for men and women ranging from $20 to $95.

Also at that event, UNTUCKit will offer 25 percent off the Men’s Fall Collection of button-down shirts scientifically designed to be worn untucked (starting at $69).

• The Ansonia Creative House Project, 318 21st St., Miami Beach, will offer pop-up shops from Wednesday to Sunday, including brands Noble Experiment, Italia Independent and Dade Wear and more.


Pop-ups — special selections of artist-designed items — are cropping up all over South Florida this week for Art Basel Miami Beach.

From towels to T-shirts, the limited-edition items will be available at fairs, museums, hotels and shops.

Here are some of the highlights:

• The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), North Miami and Fontainebleau Miami Beach are introducing limited-edition items featuring artwork by British artist Tracey Emin, commemorating Emin’s first U.S. museum exhibition during Art Basel Miami Beach Week.

The items, which include a limited-edition beach towel, flip-flop sandals and T-shirt, will be available for purchase at the MOCA Shop and at Fontainebleau during Art Basel Miami Beach week, and online at mocanomi.org and fontainebleaushop.com.

The double-size beach towel is 100 percent velour cotton and has an image of Emin’s neon work Kiss me Kiss me Cover my Body in Love (2010), $95.

The unisex rubber flip-flops feature Emin’s neon work I Kiss You (2004) on the bottom of the sole, which leaves an imprint of the image on the sand, $30. The V-neck T-shirt also features the work Kiss me Kiss me Cover my Body in Love (2010), $50.

Also available at MOCA are ornaments, $40; mugs, $20; plates, $25; and magnets, $5, by the artist.

• At NADA, British artist Peter Saville has produced a series of tea towels for House of Voltaire, with designs derived from food packaging print and construction markings that he has been collecting since the mid-1980s. The towels, in an edition of 200, are available individually, $30, or as a set of six, $175.

Also for House of Voltaire, artist Matthew Brannon has created a beach bag with the ambiguous statement “WHY YOU DON’T IS WHY I DO.” The beach bags will be in an edition of 200 and will be $30 each.

• NADA and American Apparel will partner on “NADA by American Apparel,” an exclusive, limited-edition, artist-designed line for NADA Miami Beach 2013. One exclusive item will be released for sale every day of the show, featuring artwork by four American contemporary artists, each represented by a NADA exhibiting gallery, printed on American Apparel merchandise of their selection. The 2013 featured artists are Anya Kielar, Andrew Kuo, Cary Leibowitz, and Scott Reeder.

The line will be available at American Apparel stores in Miami and the NADA by American Apparel pop-up shop, part of the newly designed NADA entrance in the lobby of the Deauville Beach Resort, from Thursday through Sunday.

• Visionaire Publishing is collaborating with GAP on a limited edition series of collectible T-shirts. This inaugural collection of five artworks, named The Miami 5, celebrates Visionaire 63 FOREVER, which was constructed entirely of metal. With a limited run of 300 T-shirts per artwork, the collection will feature works by Yoko Ono, Inez & Vinoodh, Marizio Cattelan & Piper Ferrari, Craig McDean and Solve Sundsbo.

The Miami 5 limited-edition set will be available in South Florida only at the Webster in Miami Beach, starting Friday, for $29.95.

• The Standard in Miami Beach will have a pop-up “AllDayEveryday Newsstand,” open from Wednesday through Sunday at The Standard Spa. It will sell such exclusive items as a selection of rare zines from the collection of Goteblüt, a vintage zine store run by Matt Wobensmith.

A zine release with Chris Johanson & Franck Haines, for example, will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. Thursday at AllDayEveryday Newsstand.

• The Standard will also offer custom collaborations at the Standard Shop at the Standard Spa, including Art Production Fund Towels. Two custom towels, designed by Ryan McGinness and Yayoi Kusama, will be available poolside and for purchase in the Standard Shop.

Todd James T-shirts — custom T-shirts designed by artist Todd James — also will be available in the Standard Shop and worn by pool staff.

The Standard will close out Art Basel on Sunday from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. with a “Lazy BBQ with Colette x The Alchemist,” Bayside at the Standard Spa. Items from their collaborative “Drive-In” during Art Basel will be available for purchase in The Standard Shop.

• Miami Project, the boutique art fair with contemporary and modern artwork in Wynwood, will feature a special pop-up shop from Wednesday through Sunday. More than 50 pieces of multiples, unique editions and artist-designed merchandise will be available for sale from $10 to $1,000.

The items include playing cards and clocks by Tauba Auerbach; beach towels by John Baldessari and Kehinde Wiley; unique sculptures by the Bruce High Quality Foundation; a knife by Paul Chan; bookplates by Francesco Clemente, Eric Fischl and Claes Oldenberg; skateboards by Liam Gillick; scarves by Peter Halley; water bottles by Joseph Kosuth; unique sculptures by Margaret Lee; water bottles and scarves by Raymond Pettibon; shopping bags by Richard Prince; a six-in-one screwdriver by Tom Sachs; a travel wallet by David Shrigley, and building blocks by Lawrence Weiner.

Works were commissioned by a range of nonprofit institutions nationwide including The New Museum, The Walker Art Center, Creative Time, Printed Matter, Project Row Houses, Art Production Fund, and Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami. All proceeds from the popup shop will benefit the participating institutions.

• At Untitled Art Fair, booth c23, in Miami Beach, a limited-edition fine art print by performance artist Marina Abromovic will be unveiled Monday night and available for sale through Sunday. Proceeds from the edition of 300, to be available for $1,000 each, will benefit the Elton John Aids Foundation and the Marina Abromovic Institute.

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