Art Miami 15th anniversary, January 6-10 2005

Art Miami 15th anniversary, January 6-10 2005

Art Miami

December 14, 2004

Art Miami 15th anniversary
January 6 - 10 2005

Art Miami
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fax: 305.573.1561

The 15th anniversary of Art Miami leads the fair in a very exciting direction. In a time where contemporary art fairs play an increasingly important role in the international market, Art Miami’s identity in South Florida becomes even clearer.

Once seen as a primarily Latin American fair for a Latin market, Art Miami has now tipped the scale toward a truly international fair that presents a broad spectrum of artwork accessible to all levels of collecting. This year’s show features nearly an equal number of participants from Europe and North America, while a smaller percentage of galleries come from Latin America.

Art Miami strives to provide visitors with the excitement of discovering new trends, new artists and new galleries that help build awareness of today’s art world. This year Art Miami proudly fulfills its mission of offering a broad spectrum of artwork accessible to all levels of collecting.

Please join us January 6-10 at the Miami Beach Convention Center, during the height of Miami’s beautiful winter season, where you will have an opportunity to acquire some of the finest paintings, sculptures, photographs, and museum quality works in glass.

Visit for information on:
the 6th annual Currents section
Project Spaces
Official calendar of events
Show times and ticket prices
Recommended hotels
Cultural highlights during the fair
Lectures + Discussions

Lectures and discussions will be held in room D235/D236 at the top of the escalator in the Hall D lobby. Please check at the Information Booth inside Hall D for confirmed times and topics. Free admission for ticket holders.

The International Branding of Latin American Art? Saturday, January 8, 1pm

Led by Julian Zugazagoitia, director of El Museo del Barrio in New York City, this panel of prestigious museum directors, curators, critics, publishers, critics and auction house representatives will discuss the role institutions play in the careers of Latin American artists.
Invited panelists include:

Olga Viso, Deputy Director, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

Kirsten Hammer, Vice President and Director of Latin American Art Department at Sotheby’s in New York

Joel Weinstein, Miami-based freelance arts writer

Ariel Jimenez, Curator, The Coleccion Cisneros, Caracas, Venezuela

Celia Birbragher, Editor and Publisher, ArtNexus magazine

A View Through Glass: Perspectives on Its Use as a Fine Art Medium Saturday, January 8, 3pm

Join gallery owner Douglas Heller and a panel of art professionals including critics, curators and educators as they discuss trends in the burgeoning glass market.
Invited panelists include:

Brian Dursum, Director and Chief Curator, The Lowe Museum, Miami

Missy Sullivan, Editor, The Forbes Collector, New York

William Carlson, Chairman of the Department of Art & Art History at the University of Miami

The Making of the Miami Art Scene Sunday, January 9, 4pm

Organized by Janet Phelps, New York independent curator, this panel of Miami collectors, developers, artists, curators and critics will discuss the Miami art scene and its relationship to the international community.
Invited panelists include:

Bonnie Clearwater, Director and Chief Curator, Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami

Dennis Scholl, Miami real estate developer and collector

Tina Spiro, Miami artist, teacher and gallery owner

Alfredo Triff, Miami-based freelance arts writer

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