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The Brightest Trends From Art Basel Miami Beach

The goal of Art Basel has been to connect the world’s premier art galleries and their supporters, as well serving as a platform for the international art industry. Since its establishment in 1970, its three fairs – staged in Basel, Hong Kong, and Miami Beach, provide collectors an opportunity to spot the newest developments in […]

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Stabbing at Art Basel Confused for Performance Art

People were less-than-alarmed by a stabbing that occurred at Art Basel in the Miami Beach Convention Center on Friday night. A woman pulled an X-Acto knife out and stabbed another woman in the neck and arms, says Miami Beach police spokesperson Det. Kathleen Prieto. But many of the people at the crime scene remained calm […]

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Art Basel 2015: Miami Beach

This week, famous art fair Art Basel is taking over Miami Beach, Florida. Top artists, dealers, millionaires, art aficionados, art-enjoyers, and families can go see works represented by 267 galleries; old works from Picasso will be available to see as well as new works from up-and-coming artists. The fair began on Wednesday with an invitation-only […]

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#TBT The Complicated, Cultural Whirlwind that was Art Basel Miami Beach

It’s that time of year again; artists, collectors, and critics from around the world are flocking to Florida for Art Basel Miami Beach 2014. Last year we wrote about the complicated, highly exclusive side of the renowned arts fair, and in honor of its return, we are recalling the artists that wowed Miami Beach in 2013. […]

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The Complicated, Cultural Whirlwind that was Art Basel Miami Beach

By now, you’ve probably caught wind of THE cultural experience that is Art Basel Miami Beach. Founded in 1970, Art Basel presents the world’s premiere contemporary art shows annually in Basel, Hong Kong, and Miami, where it recently wrapped its massive, four-day event. The international Art Basel shows have evolved and attracted more and more […]

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Dzine Nail Art Craze: Fine Art for the Hands

A new trend has caught our eye: 3-D nail art. It’s hard not to notice it these days, when fancy nails are beginning to look like mini works of fine art. Getting your nails done by artists like Carlos Rolon, better known as Dzine, might mean not being able to do anything involving the use […]

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NYC Galleries Still Recovering From Hurricane Sandy

It’s been a month-and-a-half since Sandy struck New York City and its art community particularly hard. And still, galleries are struggling to recover from the hurricane. There have been countless volunteers and helpful neighbors to help them along the way, something that’s particularly heartening among so much devastation. Ground level or below ground storage areas […]

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