Christmas is coming close. 2018 is ending and it’s time to take a new look at all the art and design international events that happened this year. It is always great to remember the highlights of the amazing experiences we had, like Art Miami 2018.
First, we need to start by remembering the colorful art piece by Peter Pincus, showcased by the remarkable Wexler Gallery, with a fun yet contemporary concept.
However, our eyes must focus specially in the celebrated Priveekollektie whose booth was full of wonderful collectible designs. The Barberini & Gunnell artwork resembling a molecular structure is one of the best examples.
Deformation concepts are often appreciated in contemporary art. The works of art by Reinier Bosch embody this artistic perspective applying melting-like designs.
The famous wooden clock by Alex Chinneck still mesmerizes everyone that has the chance to admire it. It makes us think about the passing of time and our inability to control it.
From the C. Grimaldis Gallery, we can’t forget the fascinating paper sculpture by Jae Ko that evokes snakes and Maya sculptures.
The star of C24 Gallery was, undoubtfully, the provocative art piece by Brian Tolle, questioning the father’s role in the family.
Boccara Art presented a great diversity of materials, from fabric and wood, as we can see in Simone Pheulpin‘s sculpture, to bronze, as in Wang Keping work of art.
Last but not least, we should admire the flow of the Bowman Sculptures. The enchanting green from Emily Young’s work helps to create the sensuality of the art piece. While Henry Moore provokes a sensation of discomfort and fear with his no face sculpture.
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