Get the low down on a few highlights of Miami Art Week 2015!
“Not everything happens on the beach,” says Camila Miorelli, a member of our #FreshVUE Collective. In this year’s tipsheet, Miorelli points out performances, talks, and tours that will tempt you to seek out contemporary art venues in Miami’s Little River, Little Haiti, Downtown, the Design District, Wynwood, and even the Far West!
Nov 30-Dec 6
DAILY Littlest Sister Art Fair and Platform, at Spinello Projects. An art fair featuring unrepresented women artists runs in tandem with Platform, a 7-day symposium that bring together Miami’s women in the arts to converse on global and local issues inside Spinello’s new Little River space. 7221 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami 33150
While you’re in Little River/Little Haiti, you’ll want to hit five other art spaces in Miami’s newest gallery district—Michael Jon Gallery, Gallery Diet, Yeelen Gallery, Mindy Solomon Gallery, and Art Center South Florida, Little River Edition.
Thu, Dec 3:
9am-11am Artist Jennifer Rubell will present Devotion, one of her impressive food-based installations, in the midst of the Rubell Family Collection’s NO MAN’S Land, an exhibition of work by women artists.
Fri, Dec 4
11am Silas Riener responds to Martha Friedman’s Pore installation at Locust Projects. This is just one of daily live performances engaging with Martha Friedman‘s suspended sculptures: 3852 North Miami Avenue Miami 33127
Sat, Dec 5
12:30-2pm Take a tour with the Ladd Brothers at the Museum of Arts and Design, in Miami’s Freedom Tower, Downtown, to learn more about their signature fusion of craft, design, and conceptual art. 600 Biscayne Blvd Miami 33132
Sun, Dec 6
9:30am-noon Free Breakfast in the Park, just outside Florida International University’s Frost Art Museum, comes with a talk by Alice Aycock, a contemporary artist known for her complex site-specific works. 10975 S.W. 17th Street Miami 33199