FAIR WEATHER: Deal or No Deal
FAIR WEATHER: Prologue
FAIR WEATHER: Art Basel
FAIR WEATHER: The Containers
FAIR WEATHER: Art Miami
FAIR WEATHER: Art Imitates Art
FAIR WEATHER: Pulse
FAIR WEATHER: Trends and Coincidences-Animals
FAIR WEATHER: Trends and Coincidences-Cut Paper
FAIR WEATHER: Trends and Coincidences-Looms with a View
FAIR WEATHER: Aqua Hotel
FAIR WEATHER: Aqua Wynwood
FAIR WEATHER: Trends and Coincidences-Stacks and Bales
This section of Wynwood was cheek-by-jowl with fairs: Scope, Art Asia, Photo Miami, Art Miami, the Green Fair and, just up the street, Red Dot and Bridge
First I came upon a mirrored car parked outside the entrance to the fair. Then I saw a maiden asleep alone in the in the grass (at least I think she was alone). And then I saw a superhero, perhaps 20 feet tall, rising out of the ground, wearing a blue jersey with a large red S on his chest.
(This image from The Obama Art Report )
And then back to reality, which in this case was a long, light filled entrance with the image of a sumptuously dressed Renaissance (?) woman. Here are some installation images, followed by a few particulars. You've seen additional work from Scope in the Trends and Coincidences posts, and will see more in additional thematic posts.
And a few shots, below, to give you a sense of the space
Bryan Rojsuontikul installation at Hamiltonian Gallery, Washington, D.C.
Pepe Lopez installation at Hardcore Art, Miami
Ted Larsen installation at Pan American Art Projects, Dallas and Miami
Some work was selling very well, including these small watercolors by Dawn Black (not sure at which gallery), at $250 each