Art Basel and Miami Art Week: agenda for Saturday 3

Pantone will present the 2023 color trends in an immersive exhibition at Artechouse Studio. (Art Basel)

“Pantone Color of the Year 2023″, at Artechouse

Pantone, the world authority on color and leading trend forecaster, together with Artechouse Studio, the leader in innovative, technology-driven experimental art, invite you to discover the Pantone Color of the Year 2023. For the first time, such an inspired exhibit will be open to the public for an immersive experience that takes visitors on a journey of colors, textures and more, focusing on the intersection of art, technology and science.

Where: 736 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach

When: December 3, from 12 noon to 10 pm

How Much: Free for Art Basel Miami Beach ticket holders; USD 25 adults, USD 17 children, USD 20 students and seniors

“Turn the Beat Around” at the Wolfsonian

Caricature of a rumba singer and percussionist, part of the “Turn the Beat Around” show at the Wolfsonian in Miami Beach
The Wolfsonian displays posters, record covers and film clips to reconstruct the mutual musical influence between Cuba and the United States.

The Florida International University Museum (FIU) presents an exhibition on the artistic flow between musicians from Cuba Y USA between 30 and 60. Mambo, cha-cha-cha Y sauce went in one direction while the jazzthe swing of big bands and African-American rhythms intersected in each other. From the cabarets of Havana to the dance halls of New York, new musical forms arose from mutual inspirations. The Wolfsonian It shows posters, album covers and sheet music, film fragments and recordings of the time.

Where: 1001 Washington Ave, Miami Beach

When: December 3 and 4, 10am–6pm; finished Miami Art Week, Wednesday through Sunday 10am–6pm, through April 30, 2023

How Much: $12 general admission; with discount for students and seniors, USD 8

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Not Vacancy

ART Basel No Vacancy Hotels Miami
“No Vacancy”: An off-center show at various iconic Miami Beach hotels. (Ronen Suarc)

This juried art competition presented by the City of miami beach and the Convention and Visitors Authority welcomes local artists and invites the public to experience the most iconic hotels as fleeting art destinations in their own right. Now in its third and largest annual edition, No Vacancy has selected 12 artists to create site-specific works at 12 hotels, including The Avalon, The Betsy, Faena Y fontainebleau. Miami creators like Brookhart Jonquil, Justin Long, Jessy Nite Y Anthony Wright each received a $10,000 stipend to carry out their project at participating building locations. The facilities will be maintained until December 8, when the winner will be announced.

Where: Miami Beach, various locations

When: from November 17 to December 8

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“Born Wild” by Richard Orlinski

Art Basel Miami
The world’s best-selling contemporary French artist released his beasts on Lincoln Road. (nachomartinfilms)

In lincoln road ferocious beasts (made of resin and bright colors) of Richard Orlynski. A few steps from Art Basel, the works of the world’s best-selling contemporary French artist symbolize attributes that humans project and admire on animals: power, freedom, passion. In the open air by decision of the author, lions, panthers, bears, crocodiles and the famous “Wild Kong” they arrive at the pedestrian street of the beach.

Where: Lincoln Road, between Washington Ave. and Alton Road, Miami Beach

When: from November 2022 to March 2023

SaveArtSpace participates in Miami Art Week and dresses the bus stops with works

LOOP, by Claire Oliver Gallery

The LOOP show in Overtown during Art Basel will include photos of the Black Panthers.
Some of LOOP’s photographs are documentaries of the Black Panthers.

The contemporary art gallery located in Central Harlem will present an experience that will take an entire apple in overtowncentered around a 5,000-square-foot (465-square-meter) space. LOOP presents an exhibition of works by gallery artists, and will spill over into the community with an ambitious, interdisciplinary exhibition that includes large photography installations and a program of vocal and visual performances created in collaboration with music, fashion and film artists. dance.

Where: 919 NW 2nd Ave, Miami

When: November 28 to December 3

Free activity, with prior reservation


Art, creativity and diversity at Miami Art Week

SaveArtSpace participates in Miami Art Week and dresses the bus stops with works

Art Basel and the week of art: if it’s December, it’s Miami