December 4, 2012
Since 1970, Art Basel has been world’s premier showcase for modern and contemporary works, featuring nearly 300 leading galleries and more than 2,500 artists from around the world. From December 6 through 9, Miami Beach will host the 11th edition of Art Basel at the Miami Beach Convention Center, while Midtown will be the site of several satellite exhibits associated with the event. They are among the few communities in the world to host this prominent gallery.
Each Art Basel is done in collaboration with local institutions, and will reflect the unique flavor, art, and culture of the host communities. In addition to featuring world-renowned artists, each show will exhibit rising stars and the latest developments in the visual arts, offering visitors new ideas, insights, and networking opportunities.
Midtown is located north of Downtown Miami and south of the Design District, and has become a growing hub for art and fashion, attracting young professionals from all over the world. This has lead to the development of new commercial and residential properties that have made city one of the most popular inSouth Florida.
Miami Beach, located on a barrier island that is situated between Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, is a world-renowned resort city. Long a global hotspot for leisure, entertainment, and dining, it is also developing into an artistic center in its own right, with a number of prominent galleries, shows, and museums.
“I am excited to be sponsoring a very cool event duringBaselin support of the New World Symphony andCentral Africa’s only symphony orchestra, Kimbanguist Symphony Orchestra, which was recently featured on CBS’s 60 Minutes. The event is conveniently taking place at thePerryHotel(formerly the Gansevoort) only blocks from the convention center for those coming from Vernissage.”
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
8:30PM – 11:30PM
The PERRY South Beach Hotel
2377 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139