The first American museum exhibition dedicated to highly influential conceptual artist traces his use of the figure throughout his career to incisively comment on citizenship and politics, and the conventions of realism in contemporary art.
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Guests wander through a bubble tree presented by COS X Studio Swine at Temple House in Miami Beach during Art Basel week on Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017. The installation was created by British artist Alexander Groves and Japanese architect Azusa Murakami. Among the guests was German fashion model, Caroline Daur.
Prince Bader bin Abdullah bin Mohammed bin Farhan al-Saud, a little known Saudi prince, paid a record $450.3 million for Leonardo da Vinci’s “Salvator Mundi.” Here’s a few other buyers with deep pockets.
Artist John "Crash" Matos leaves his mark on the city with a funky mural ahead of an American Express Starwood Preferred Guest party at the W South Beach for Miami Art Week. Art fairs, galleries and parties attract visitors, enthusiasts and celebrities.
Wynwood Walls is kicking off Art Basel with a theme called 'Human Kind' and new walls and sculptures by 12 new artists. CEO of Goldman Properties and founder of Goldman Global Arts, Jessica Goldman Srebnick, says that each year over 1 million people visit the Wynwood Walls from all over the world.
ICA Miami is about to make its big debut in the Design District. Philanthropist Norman Braman and his wife, Irma, talk about the importance of giving back to a city they have called home since 1969 and the desire to establish a contemporary art museum that is free to the public.
The Bass museum in Miami Beach, closed two and a half years for a revamp and expansion, will reopen Sunday with exhibits that cement its transformation into a center for the exhibition of contemporary art.
Internationally renowned artist Huong asked the public to discuss the policies and personalities of the presidential candidates from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on June 12 with a free exhibit of a 100-foot-long by 8-foot-tall interactive mural. The public was able to incorporate opinions into designed sections of the mural for others to discuss and read. Set up along Washington Avenue in South Beach, the mural includes original artwork focused on the three remaining candidates: Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump.