3 Galleries Exhibiting World-class Artists at Spectrum Miami 2017
Sergott Contemporary Art Alliance
The Sergott Contemporary Art Alliance (SCAA) is founded on the bedrock of enthusiasm shown by the director Thomas Sergott, who actively searches the world for artistic talent. A collector for over 50 years, he is guided by his connection to the creative energy and finesse of those he represents. Based in Rancho Santa Fe, California—ideally situated on the border of the rich vein of untapped artistic talent that runs between San Diego and Baja California, Mexico—SCAA is a multifaceted gallery that represents emerging and mid-career artists. At Spectrum Miami, SCAA will be featuring Joe Caroff, Einar and Jamex De La Torre, Emily Halpern, Beliz Iristay, Al Johnson, Jeffery Laudenslager, Echo Lew, Anne Meyers, Marco Miranda, Maidy Morhous, Hung Viet Nguyen, Shinpei Takeda, and Mauricio Garrico. Stop by Booth 909 to meet Sergott and learn more about SCAA’s exhibiting artists. Visit their website here.
ADC Fine Art
Booths 811, 915
ADC Fine Art is an art gallery and full-service art consulting firm based in Cincinnati. A division of ADC, Blink Art connects interior designers, art consultants, and galleries to top-tier artists working in all mediums. Need a large-scale steel sculpture for a public art project or a small-scale ceramic wall sculpture, Blink Art brings the best right to you from Spectrum Miami. At Spectrum Miami, Blink Art is presenting works by Fran Carlisle, Lea de Wit, Leslie Ebert, Joe Gitterman, Jolie Harris, Stephanie Holznect, Brian Huber, Ryan Kvande, Maidy Morhouse, Chris Puzio, Marcia Raff, Lenore Diamond Robins, Hasna Sal, and Nicholas Teetelli. Stop by Booths 811 and 915 to learn more about theses Blink Art artists. Visit their website here.
Maria Elena Beneito Fine Art
Maria Elena Beneito is a professor, art critic, and the editor of the Argentinean Art Yearbook. President of the International Association of Plastic Artists (AIAP) of UNESCO, an Argentine subsidiary, and vice president of World Art Games, an Argentine subsidiary, Beneito develops work about art without borders, opening markets and positioning Argentine artists inside and outside the country. Organizer of the International Contemporary Art Biennial of Argentina, Beneito and Maria Elena Beneito Fine Art will be presenting the work of Nannina Galluppi, Alba Galeano, Tomás Santelices, Santiago Coscarelli, Marina Fons, Ana Piazzardi, Estela Michetti, Pittner, Monica Mascolo, Rachel Sarandy, Gabriela Harismeny, and Mariano Cinat at Spectrum Miami. Stop by Booth 513 to learn more about these artists. Visit their website here.