A [FUSION] of Exhibitors and Collectors at Spectrum Miami
Saturday at Spectrum Miami was all about the [FUSION] of exhibitors and collectors—from Meet the Artist events where attendees got the rare opportunity to get up close and personal with the artistic process to an Art Talk where Cuban artist Asbel Gomez Dumpierre discussed his philosophy that art is the aesthetic testimony of our existence.
Although Miami Art Week may be winding down, the energy is still high for the final day of Spectrum Miami. Join us from noon to 5 p.m. today for a last look at cutting-edge paintings, sculpture, photography, glassworks, and mixed media from over 200 top artists and galleries from around the world. Want even more? Good news—your ticket also allows you access to Red Dot Miami next door!
From awe-inspiring contemporary artwork and interactive Art Labs to Meet the Artist events and live demonstrations, here’s a look at what’s on tap.
Today is your last chance to experience Sarah Stieber’s visual language, explore James West’s monumental outdoor sculpture, and take A Walk in the Clouds.
Spotlight Artists and Galleries and LaunchPad Artist
Get a focused look at several cutting-edge artists and galleries and their site-specific exhibitions, and meet LaunchPad Artist Alicia Rodriguez, the emerging, unrepresented Miami artist selected to create an exhibition at the show.
Meet the Artist Events and Live Demonstrations
Come meet Thomas Sergott, Bruce Schuettinger, Michael Alfano, and more, and watch as some of them create their works live.
Grant Cleveland is an inspired artist, but his most common characterization is that of a serial entrepreneur. You may know his current enterprise DuneCraft, the nationwide leader in innovative, educational-themed growing kits. So who would have imagined that his other passion is painting? Come and enjoy his perspective and derive your own meaning from his works.
We’d like to take a moment to thank everyone who has helped make this show happen, from our attendees to our generous sponsors, especially Florida Design and Louis Jadot. We couldn’t have done it without you.