Photos from Miami Project & Red Dot by Joan Cox

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Official Info: Miami Project, a contemporary and modern art fair, will return December 2-7, 2014 in Miami’s Midtown Art District. It will again showcase 60 contemporary and modern art galleries in an exquisite setting. Located at North 1st Avenue & NE 30th Street, Miami Project is ideally situated in the heart of Miami’s Wynwood Arts District and just two blocks from the Rubell Collection. The fair provides attendees with easy access to parking and is a short distance from excellent Midtown accommodations and dining.


Entrance to Miami Project

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Robischon Gallery: Halim Al Karim

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Stephanie Syjuco: Grey Matter

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 Hung Lui’s Beauty and the Beast from Rena Bransten Gallery, SF

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Larry Rivers’ Berdy Revisited, 1989 at Tibor De Nagy Gallery

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 Mel Bochner: Blah Blah Blah

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 Randall Scott Gallery – Vest is ON !

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Red Dot Art Fair (Sculpture by Jim Rennert)

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Mark Moore Gallery, Culver City CA – Julie Oppermann

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Natsumi Hayashi @ Richard Levy Gallery

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