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  • Art Miami kicks off Basel week

    Miami’s Art Week kicked off with a bang Tuesday evening with the opening of Art Miami in Midtown. The VIP swarm, thousands strong, were greeted by a 16-foot bronze spiral by American Gino Mills. Blue-chip works included a massive, nine-foot-plus kinetic sculpture by Alexander Calder, with an asking price of $12.8 million. Celebrities in attendance included actor/collector Leonardo DiCaprio, who got a private preview. Produced by Aaron Glickman/Photographed by Gabriel Soyka

Art Miami kicks off Basel week

Miami’s Art Week kicked off with a bang Tuesday evening with the opening of Art Miami in Midtown. The VIP swarm, thousands strong, were greeted by a 16-foot bronze spiral by American Gino Mills. Blue-chip works included a massive, nine-foot-plus kinetic sculpture by Alexander Calder, with an asking price of $12.8 million. Celebrities in attendance included actor/collector Leonardo DiCaprio, who got a private preview. Produced by Aaron Glickman/Photographed by Gabriel Soyka