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Billie Grace Lynn

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Billie Grace Lynn

Legendary Awareness Artist Billie Grace Lynn is a force to contend with. Over the years she has invested a good chunk of her life amassing and collecting welding and sculpting tools in order to have everything she could possibly need to create her thought provoking art. Once she starts a project she will disappear in more »

Jennifer Louise Martin on the Quest for Beauty

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By LAURA RODRIGUEZ The theme of women’s constant search for beauty and society’s unrealistic expectations has always been a popular one in the modern art scene. At Verge, the London-based artist, Jennifer Louise Martin, exhibited portraits of high-fashion models and retro beauties with mascara-stained faces and an intense look in their eyes. Jennifer, who studied more »

ARTMIAMI.TV Recognizes Young Talent: Tabrizi Karimi

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By JOSH LEWIS Young artists often email me, asking about the Miami art scene. They want to know whether or not I think their work is good enough to debut and sell. Tabrizi Karimi was surprisingly different. She wasn’t concerned about Miami or what I thought about her art, so I reckon it’s worth mentioning. more »

Rose Kong at Art Asia

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By ALLISON NADING With tightly clasped hands and a small smile, the petite form lingering in a corner might at first go unperceived by many wandering the exhibits of Art Asia.  Quite the opposite is true, however, in regards to the vibrantly-hued canvases created by those same clasped hands.  A tiny woman with bright eyes more »

Art Palm Beach

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By CAMILA BARBEITO Art Palm Beach Fair exhibited fresh and controversial work this year.  A perfect example of this was Greg Haberny’s politically-charged exhibit; particularly his main piece, titled “Beautiful Disaster.” This work, a United States-shaped garbage dump composed of kid’s toys  and random odds-and-ends, is large and obtrusive yet magnetic. People constantly surrounded it, each more »

MIA Miami International Art Fair Seafair

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By CAMILA BARBEITO A rich blend of Miami art-goers attended the 4th annual Miami International Art Fair at the mega yacht venue called Seafair. The downtown docked gallery included a global art menagerie that seemed adrift on a bay of champagne, as the hours became late, and everyone was sure to find enjoyment. A must-see more »

The New Face of Mixed Media

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BY BRENDA MABBITT   Two panels hang side-by-side next to the entrance of the Art Miami tent at this week’s Art Basel Miami Beach. The first panel features Diego Velazquez’s “Infanta Margarita Teresa in a Blue Dress”. In the second panel is Shin Yun-bok’s “Portrait of a Beauty”. You watch the panels for a few more »

The Beasts and Earthly Delights of Lena Viddo

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By LAURA RODRIGUEZ A girl with porcelain skin and crimson red lips stares back at me with eyes wide open as she swallows a mouse’s tail. She holds a blood-stained knife and a fork. White mice crawl in her hair, and a white cat rests on her lap. The cat eyes mimic the porcelain beauty’s more »

MANO: Dualism Within the Immigrant Experience

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  BY CHARLES ALFREDO DONATE In an effort to elicit an emotional response from an audience, expressionism serves to depict objects through a subjective lens. Take the image of a child’s face, for instance, rendered in a somber expression, but with contrasting colors—blue and black—that run horizontally from forehead to chin, halving the portrait. Add more »

The Peter Tunney Experiment

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“I should have been dead ten times,” said Peter Tunney in an interview with the New York Observer. As I sat with Mr. Tunney at his exhibition, The Peter Tunney Experiment, I was half-expecting to encounter another overwhelmed artist struggling through the grueling undertakings of Art Basel. What I found was Mr. Tunney was parts artist, more »

Art Basel Season: Record Sales and Attendance

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BY KALUNDA HILTON Art Basel week was full of excitement in Wynwood, Midtown Miami and Miami Beach. Tens of thousands  from  across the globe came to experience one of the most important art seasons of the year. Within the first few days of the art fairs’ opening, some reported higher than expected attendance and sales. Art Basel, listed more »

Editor’s Remarks: A Farewell to 2012

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  F o r   t w o   w e e k s, I went it alone on foot through Miami. I’m convinced going solo is the only way to get in touch with art. The shared experience has limitations like a lover who keeps a secret and the public intimacy carries risk, which is another more »

Gina Martynova Illustrates Her Whimsical Word at VERGE Art Fair

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By LAURA RODRIGUEZ Gina Martynova is what you would call a ‘third culture artist.’ Having lived in Russia, Thailand and New York, she was able to add a multicultural depth to her palette that allows her to create paintings and portraits that are at once whimsical and obscure. According to Gina’s official website, her art more »

SELECT an Art Basel Miami Imperative

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  A man-sized chrome skull illuminates the entrance of the Catalina Hotel. The skull is Miami’s black flag sailing into the home port, moving vibrantly to the rhythm of jungle house music. At the SELECT fair, the siren’s call will dash you upon the rocks and leave you beached upon another world of contemporary art and liberty. more »

Martin Kreloff Comes Home

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By BRENDA MABBITT Thirty-five years ago, Martin Kreloff gathered a hundred of his closest friends and embarked on an ambitious project:  Photograph each person individually saying the word, “art”.  The list of people included Gloria Vanderbilt, Margarita Cano, Jeanne Wolfe and Arnold Lehman, among others.  Thirty of these photographs were rendered into simple elegant line more »

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