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- $25 for preview party admission for two and two weekend passes to the Spectrum Miami art fair ($50 value)
The preview party kicks off on Wednesday, December 4, at a gallery-style exhibition space in the Wynwood Art District, which is home to more than 50 galleries, 5 museums, and 7 art complexes, as well as many art fairs and studios. From 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., art lovers can enjoy drinks, mingle with the exhibitors, and boogie to music spun by DJ What.
The art fair itself runs from December 4 to December 8 and features music and entertainment, plus innovative art from mid-career and emerging artists. Click here to see the exhibitors.
In the spirit of Miami's increasingly high profile in the art world, the Spectrum Miami art fair returns to Midtown for five days of fine art during Art Week. Fifty galleries and 50 juried studio artists display their latest pieces in Spectrum's gallery-style exhibition space, which showcases everything from the map-like geometries of Marcio Decker to the surreal, art-pop-flavored self-portraits of Nicole Furman. On a more subdued note come the Zhou Brothers, whose evocative and understated landscapes tread the line between abstract and down-to-earth.
It's not all contemporary works, either. Miniature bronze sculptures by Michelangelo will be on display, including a preliminary model of David and a sculpture of rival Leonardo Da Vinci wearing a dress. And those with a hunger for the very newest of the new in the art world can feast their eyes upon the Jackson Pollock-esque paintings of 6-year-old abstract-art prodigy Shorya Mahanot.
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