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Top Picks for Art Week Events
It’s almost unfair that as privileged as we are to have a non-stop creativity-fueled series of artsy
parties gracing our shores this month, it would take a titanic effort to truly absorb all the happenings.
Collected below are just some of the immersive events we’re dedicated to experiencing this Art Week.
Institute Of Contemporary Art Opening
ICA Miami, 61 NE 41st St.
Dec. 6 & 7
Live Tattoo Art
1530 Collins Ave.
As Far As My Fingertips Take Me
500 17th St.
Although technically pre-Basel, no
selection of art-themed events would be
complete without a mention of the ICA's
entirely FREE Grand Opening in the
heart of the Miami Design District.
Show up at 12 p.m. for a ribbon-cutting
and to rub shoulders with some of our
city’s top civic and philanthropic leaders;
ICAMiami.org. A world-renowned inkist whose works
exhibit a moving, Monet-esque quality,
Tattoo Artist Thea Duskin will be
offering single-session skin art on a
first-come, first-serve basis at AQUA
this year. Priced at $500, these sincerely
unique pieces are, in our opinion,
worth far more than the pricepoint;
AQUAArtMiami.com. A seriously sensual experience (in the
original sense of the word), Tania El
Khoury’s As Far As My Fingertips Take
Me is an interactive art experience that
engrosses guests in the stories, songs
and sense-memories of a contemporary
refugee. Part of a Miami-Dade College
program that focuses on the artistic efforts
of Muslims worldwide; MDC.edu.
1677 Collins Ave.
Superfine! Art Fair
56 NE 29th St.
Patricia Field Fashion Show
2245 NW 2nd Ave.
Actress, Artist & Model Elisabetta
Fantone will partner with the
devastatingly deco National Hotel for
a modish makeover. Enhancements will
include installing moving projections at the
front of the gallery, showcasing art pieces
from her newest collection and designing
a dedicated suite thematically enhanced
to her exacting specifications. Open to the
A fair designed to markedly alter
the art world as it’s traditionally
thought of, Superfine’s hallmark
is its ceaseless commitment to
transparency, ensuring that the
artworks that catch your eye are
priced at some of the most favorable
pricepoints around. A record 70%
of the works featured range from a
modest $200-$4,000; Superfine.world.
Featuring the latest works by Style
Icon & Chic Costumer Patricia Field,
Dec. 9 will see a fashion show perfectly
cementing the bonds between art and
fashion. Hosted by Wynwood’s White
Dot Gallery, the Artfashion Collection
will forecast some ferocious trends for
the coming season and beyond with lots
of style, sass and creativity mixed in;