Miami Art Fairs – Baltimore Galleries and Artists Participating

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Lyons Wier Gallery, NY will exhibit Baltimore’s James Rieck and other gallery artists.
DC’s Connor Contemporary will also exhibit at Pulse and will feature Kenny Hunter, Nathaniel Rogers, Erik Thor Sandberg, Koen Vanmechelen, & Leo Villareal
Erik Sandberg
Danny Baskin, Cause & Effect, 2009 & Portrait of Andy, 2009
Courtesy of the Artist and Conner Contmeporary Art
Featured in PULSE PRESENTS at ACADEMY 2009 / Conner Contemporary Art
Baskin exploits the beauty of common objects through the process of repetition and reproduction. His sculptures examine the multiple and the manmade in an intimate and intricate manner. Baskin is a 2009 MICA BFA Graduate.

Goya Contemporary and C. Grimaldis Gallery – both at Art Miami

Meninas by Timothy App
Goya Contemporary at Art Miami
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Goya Contemporary Gallery is pleased to participate in Art Miami 2009, exhibiting works by: Timothy App , Donald Baechler, Sanford Biggers, Louise Bourgeois, Louisa Chase, Peter Doig, Sally Egbert, Dennis Hollingsworth, Aino Kannisto, Madeleine Keesing, Yayoi Kusama, Christian Marclay, Beatriz Milhazes, Christine Neill , Liliana Porter, Soledad Salame, Joyce J. Scott , Sean Scully, Carrie Seid, David Shapiro, Jo Smail, Mark Strand , Lenore Tawney

Grimaldis Gallery at Art Miami 2009
December 2 – 6, 2009
C. Grimaldis Gallery Booth #A34

Location The Art Miami Pavilion / The Miami Midtown Arts District / Midtown Blvd ( NE 1st Avenue ) between NE 32nd & NE 31st Street / Miami , FL 33137

DC’s Hamiltonian Gallery will be at SCOPE Miami. Booth 232. Please contact [email protected] for additional information or passes to the fair.
Baltimore Artists included: Christian Benefiel, Anne Chan, Katherine Mann, Ian MacLean Davis, Magnolia Laurie, James Rieck, and others.

Lucien Perkins
DC’s Civilian Art Projects will be at SCOPE Miami. Booth 439.
Featured artists: Lucian Perkins, Terri Weifenbach, Erick Jackson, Ryan Hill, Cara Ober, Nikki Painter, Trevor Young, Trish Tillman

DC’s Project 4 will exhibit works at AQUA Miami by Margaret Boozer, Christine Gray, Laurel Lukaszewski, Ivanny Pagan, and others

Brooklyn’s Randall Scott Gallery will exhibit at Aqua Miami – Booth #36
Artists Exhibited: Robert Kingston, Cara Ober, David DiMichele, Chris Anthony, Marco Delogu, Thekla Ehling and Etsuko Ichikawa

The Fraser Gallery will be exhibiting new work by John Aquilino, David FeBland, Mike Fitts, Tim O’Kane and Andrew Wodzianski at “Red Dot Miami,” December 2 – December 6. For more information visit here.

And DON’T MISS — the roving Camper Contemporary Exhibit!
Come join Camper Contemporary in Miami during Art Basel, December 3-6. Check back with this website for location information or look for the Camper Contemporary team in their distinctive blue travel jumpsuits at the various art fairs for information and VIP passes. Camper Contemporary will feature artworks by MICA’s Rhinehart School of Sculpture.

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