Art Basel Miami 2018

This year, I attended Art Basel/Design Miami for the first time. I had an amazing time because I do love to see all the art work that is included in all of the different shows. A $50 Million Rothko was also part of the exibit but it was not sold but a $17 million Pablo Picasso’s Tete de Femme (1917) at Van de Weghe Fine Art. A lot of the art work I have seen before, but I did take a few pictures of my favorites. Design Miami gave me life because I love interior design. It was absolutely stunning.

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Issy Wood, Untitled 2018
Carlos/Ishikawa Gallery

Painting
oil on canvas

One of my favorites was this piece by Issy Wood. I’m not a fan of of her portrait work but I do love the surface and fabric painting that she paints on canvases.

Mel Bochner, Are You Out Of Your Fucking Mind?, 2018 & Everybody Is Full Of Shit
Two Palms Gallery

Etched and silvered glass

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James Turrell, VARDA (03), 2017
Pace Gallery

Installation
LED light, etched glass, shallow space

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Lucio Fontana, Concetto Spaziale, Attese, 1967
Mazzoleni Gallery or Tornabuoni Art

Painting
Water-paint on white canvas

Founder of the Spatialism movement. In his “buchi” (hole) cycle, he punctuated the surface of his canvases, breaking the membrane of two-dimensionality in order to highlight the space behind the picture.

Jeff Koons, Ode To Love 2010-2017 & Smooth Egg With Bow 1994-2009
Gagosian Gallery & Edward Tyler Nahem Fine Art

Sculpture
Mirror-polished stainless steel with transparent color coating

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Tomas Saraceno, K2-138 b/M+I, 2018
Tanya Bonakdar Gallery

Sculpture
Stainless steel, monofilament fishing wire, metal wire, plexiglass iridescen

Here are some pictures of other artworks from Art Basel. These include Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Mary Weatherford, Ect..

Design Miami/

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10th year anniversary of Fendi iconic peekaboo bag. Resin replica resting on a bed of water. 10 unique pieces were made.

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Harry Nuriev presents The Office inspired by the Balenciaga SS19 fashion show.

Louis Vuitton, in 2012, launched "Objets Nomades," a collection of pieces conjured up by inside creators everywhere throughout the world, enlivened by the brand's 160-year history of travel.

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Established by Yu Wang and Xiao Lu, Gallery ALL is focused on an expansive imaginative and structure discourse. It is a curation-drove, multidisciplinary display, exhibiting existing works and authorizing new ones. Gallery ALL is based in Los Angeles and Beijing.

Aranda/Lasch
R2 (fur) - Railing Series, 2017 Stainless steel, Australian sheep fur. This is part of a limited edition set.

Hongjie Yang
Synthesis Monolith Coffee Table (aluminum)
, 2017
Aluminum. Edition of 8 + 2AP

Inaugurated in Barcelona in 2016, SIDE GALLERY, works with international design of the twentieth century and contemporary design. The exhibition centers around Latin American verifiable structure from nations, for example, Brazil, Mexico, and Venezuela, basically focusing on crafted by Luis Barragán, Lina Bo Bardi, Oscar Niemeyer, and Joaquim Tenreiro.

Martin Eisler (1913-1977) & Carlos Hauner (1927-1997)

Armchair model “Reversible,” Manufactured by Forma Moveis, Brazil, 1955
Iron structure, brass, cotton upholstery

Guillermo Santomá (1984-)

Bed Carpet Table, Manufactured by Guillermo Santomá, Barcelona, 2018
Tibetan sheep fur, porex, glass, iron structure

Sabine Marcelis

Floor lamps model “Totem,” Manufactured by Sabine Marcelis
Produced in exclusive for SIDE GALLERY
Rotterdam, The Netherlands 2018
Resin, Neon (+transformer)

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Set up in 1999, Sarah Myerscough Gallery advances formal and tasteful developments inside contemporary visual expressions by separating limits among fine art, specialty, and plan.

Joseph Walsh coffee table and seating

Kasmin Gallery established in SoHo in 1989, develops a program that puts after war figures and innovators in important discourse with the advancing practices of both rising and set up contemporary artists.

Mattia Bonetti
Chair, Ottoman, & Lighting

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R and Company speaks to a recognized gathering of recorded and contemporary fashioners whose work is among the most imaginative and fi nely created of their time. Owners Zesty Meyers and Evan Snyderman have accumulated worldwide recognition for their earth shattering presentations and distributions and for their promise to saving history through their broad archives,library, and private gathering.

Sebastian Errazuriz
"The space between the void" (The Kaleidoscope Cabinet), 2013, Walnut, Mirror, Glass, Bronze, Optical lens and Electric components

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Galerie Patrick Seguin presented a selection of furniture by Pierre Jeanneret, Charlotte Perriand, and Jean Royère in a warm niche that highlights Royère’s elegant and whimsical 1950’s aesthetic.

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Hefer's works have turned into an interesting component on the worldwide plan circuit. His human-scale homes and living cases are both dreamland and useful furniture. Wonderfully created, they bring out blamelessness and wild forsake. Their obvious fun loving nature gives a false representation of the profundity of reasoning characteristic in the work. Repeating topics are the loss of impulse, humankind's distraction with got insight, and the exercises understood in the characteristic world.

Porky Hefer
,
James Brown, Leather sheepskin steel.
&
Mud Dauber Sleeping Pod, Kooboo kane and leather

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USM praises the North American prelaunch of its Haller E line with this cutting edge go up against a great Swiss ski stop. Constructed utilizing USM's progressive USM Haller measured furniture framework, vitality courses through the simple structure and goods of the hotel to remotely enlighten its scanty inside. The "windows" of Light Lodge grandstand Alpine scene photography by acclaimed Swiss picture taker Bruno Augsburger.

Haller E Light Lodge with Bruno Augsburger

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Built up in 1994, CONVERSO, has turned out to be one of America's most conspicuous merchants of current goods and articles, featuring furniture by draftsmen, uncommon models, and restricted versions that draw in the consideration of authorities and originators alike.

Converso exhibition paid tribute to after war American engineer and creator Warren Platner, re-making an adaptation of a 1989 private inside he contrived for a customer in Greenwich, Connecticut.

Warren Platner
custom sectionals

planned by Platner and executed by Lehigh Leopold
Rosewood-and-bronze credenza

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Friedman Benda took its association with Brazilian structure mammoths the Campana Brothers to the following dimension, uncovering their fun loving coordinated effort with craftsman KAWS in a über-Instagrammable corner.

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The Entrevero furniture collection by Argentinian designer and artist Cristian Mohaded.

Todd Merrill’s Gallery - Marc Fish, Ethereal Desk, UK, 2018
Carpenters Workshop Gallery - Studio Drift Lighting
Ornamentum Gallery - Ted Noten Lady K Bag, Prada Gun Purse
Magen H Gallery - Chair
Jason Jacqes Gallery - Katsuyo Aoki

Met Gala 2018 - "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination."

One of the most exciting nights for fashion was last night. Fashion's biggest night out, The Met Gala. This year's theme was "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination."

This year's Met Gala was probably one of my favorite themes EVER. I also love when these icons take the time to respect the theme and slay it. I believe some celebrities and designers could of added more imagination to some of the couture. Some dresses were extremely detailed to the last button and other were more simple.

My top two favorite looks of the night:

Rihanna in custom Maison Margiela by John Galliano
Blake Lively in Atelier Versace

I mean how can anyone disagree, they looked amazing. This is what I want to see at the Met Gala.

Other looks that I loved in order.


Cardi B in Moschino
Sarah Jessica Parker in Dolce & Gabbana
Nicki Minaj in Oscar de la Renta
SZA in Versace
Anna Wintour in Chanel
Katy Perry in Versace
Lana del Rey in Gucci
Madonna in Jean Paul Gaultier
Emilia Clarke in Dolce & Gabbana Alta Moda
Marjorie Harvey in Dolce & Gabbana
Tabitha Simmons in Dolce & Gabbana
Coco Brandolini in Dolce & Gabbana
Juliette Binoche in Balmain
Solange Knowles in Iris van Herpen
Kate Bosworth in Oscar de la Renta
Ariana Grande in Vera Wang
Bee Shaffer in Valentino
Priyanka Chopra in Ralph Lauren
Anja Joy in Dolce & Gabbana
Jennifer Lopez in Balmain
Sofia Sanchez de Betak in Dolce & Gabbana
Rosie Huntington Whiteley in Ralph Lauren
Zendaya in Atelier Versace
Rita Ora in Prada
Anne Hathaway in Valentino
Jasmine Sanders in H&M
Gigi Hadid in Atelier Versace
Eiza González in Prabal Gurung
Stella Maxwell in Moschino
Taylor Hill in Diane von Furstenberg
Bella Hadid in Prabal Gurung x Chrome Hearts Official
Keltie Knight in Paolo Sebastian
Irina Shanikya in Atelier Versace
Amber Heard in Carolina Herrera
Kim Kardashian West in Versace
Gisele Bündchen in Versace
Katie Lee in Danielle Frankel
Emily Ratajkowski in custom Marc Jacobs
Kate Upton in Zac Posen
Mary J. Blige in Versace

Here are details of the accessories and makeup looks that I very much enjoyed.

I also very much enjoyed what the men wore, here are two of my favorite mens looks.

Jared Leto in Gucci
Chadwick Boseman in Versace

Other of my favorite men's looks.

Nick Jonas in Dolce & Gabbana
Diddy & Christian Combs in Dolce & Gabbana
Darren Criss in Dolce & Gabbana
Migos in Versace
Troye Sivan in Valentino
Tom Brady in Versace
Phillip Picardi in Charles Jeffrey
Justin Theroux in Louis Vuitton
Travis Scott in Alexander Wang