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Miami Art Fairs – Perogi & Hales Gallery/ Ronald Feldman Fine Arts

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Perogi, Hales Gallery, and Ronald Feldman Fine Arts rented a Miami warehouse near the Aqua Winwood and Pulse Fairs. For the price of a small booth at any of the main fairs, these galleries exhibited a HUGE amount of work in a sprawling maze of a gallery. I thought this project was very ambitious, was a great DIY project, and I LOVED the emphasis on drawing.





I thought I took more pictures here, but I guess I was too excited to do so. For more images, go to the Ten Tigers blog. Top Notch coverage!


2010 North Miami Avenue (between N.W. 20th/ 21st streets)
December 3-7

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