A Recap of Spectrum Miami and Red Dot Miami 2019

A Recap of Spectrum Miami and Red Dot Miami 2019 2

This year’s Art Labs included SCIENCE AND HUMANISM presented by artist Yang Yibin; FLOWER KISSES presented by artist Grace Chadwick and IGNITING THE MATADOR: A LAMBORGHINI INSTALLATION presented by street artist Cloe Hakakian. This year’s Spotlight Program was a focused look at a specially curated group of recipients: Alfano Sculpture, ArtnWordz, Elidea Art, Henrie Collection, Jason Perez Art, and Todd Monk Art.

The Spectrum Miami Discoveries Collection presented a selection of unique discoveries from this year’s exhibitors, including Chat Art Studio, Malcolm Smith, Hamilton Artistry, Miri Marchese, Tom Lohner, and Coco GenZ. The Discoveries Collection at Spectrum Miami showcased a broad range of artist’s work priced at $3,000 or less.

The inaugural [LOCAL TALENT] Program represented some of the exceptional artistic talent residing in Miami-Dade College and attending the sought-after Kendall Campus Art Program. [LOCAL TALENT] is intended to amplify and support the best of Miami’s emerging visual arts community.

A Recap of Spectrum Miami and Red Dot Miami 2019

Artblend artist mosaic master Doug Powell placed the first piece of the weekend, “Route 66,” for $16,000, and by the end of the weekend, Michaela Kuechenhoff and Grant Rosen of Artnwordz had placed over 39 pieces, including “Winging It” for $5,800 and “Cool Hand Luke” for $4,500.

Additional exhibitor sales highlights at Spectrum Miami include:

  • Michaela Kuechenhoff and Grant Rosen of Artnwordz placed over 39 pieces, including “Winging It” for $5,800 and “Cool Hand Luke” for $4,500.
  • Artblend placed 20 pieces, including an Alexandra Murguia sculpture for $1,600; “Genesis” by Juliana Sheehan for $2,000; a Christine Alfrey piece for $2,400; Shawn Farester’s “Pied Piper” at $6,000; Doug Powell’s “Route 66” for $16,000; and Rene Cheng’s “Raindrop” at $1,850.
  • Jason Perez Art placed Captain Casual’s “Don’t Hate, Celebrate” for $1,500; Diane Portwood’s “…But Take No Shit” for $8,500; and Skel’s “The Kennedys” for $3,000.
  • Robert Leone placed a Clarence Clemens original at $15,000 and Clarence Clemens print at $5,000. Plus several others.
  • Ritchard Rodriguez placed “Passion Nocturnale” at $8,000 and “Fear of Awareness” at $1,100.
  • Tom Lohner placed “Lady Gaga” for $8,500.
  • A&E Fine Art/Sarona Gallery placed four paintings at $5,000 each.
  • FK-Art placed “A Foot in the Sand” for $6,500.
  • Galeria Uruguay placed Graciela Araciso’s “Redimir” for $4,200; Ingrid Ruprechter’s “Sunset” for $800; and Isabel Blanco’s “Juntos” for $2,400.
  • Grace Chadwick placed “Masking Addiction Series No. 1” for $2,500.
  • Deanna Grant Studios placed “Sigurd” for $2,850 and “Golden Moire” for $1,275.
  • Raymonde Perron placed “Surplus Floral” at $1,600 and “Immersion” at $3,800.
  • Renata Cuellar placed “Puesta del Sol” at $5,500.
  • Richard Reuys placed 15 pieces, including “MaNigiri” and “WomaNigiri” at $2,210 each.
  • Liliana Mendez placed six “Climbers Collection” pieces at $580 each and another piece for $4,800.
  • Monica Perez placed three pieces for a total of $16,000, including “Milan” at $5,900.
  • Nathalia Delgado Nachtigall placed “Urban Nature” at $3,000.
  • Pigment International placed “Because Being Black in a White Space is a Real Thing” at $3,000 and Tyler Clark’s “GodFidence” at $1,900.
  • Malcolm Smith placed 12 pieces, including five prints at $1,000 each and two “Shopper 4” prints at $1,800.
  • Karin Brauns placed “Sea Turtles” for $3,000. Along with several other pieces.
  • The Fab Four placed three pieces, including Maya De Rodt’s “From My Window” at $1,000 and Pamela Awad’s “Happiness” at $2,500.
  • Victoria Velozo placed six pieces, including “Pretty Fly” at $1,400 and “Our Power” at $1,400.
  • Vincenzo Greco placed “Red Lips” at $1,800.
  • World Art Fest placed a Reuben Rodriguez piece at $1,500.
  • Layla Dangelo placed her “B Forever” wall sculpture for $3,000.
  • Eduardo Cabrer Studio placed “Thank You” for $2,000.
  • Henrie Collection placed “Rhythm” for $2,100 among several others.
  • Artelisted placed four paintings, including one for $1,750.
  • Elidea Art placed “Sigurd” for $2,850 and “Golden Moire” for $1,275.
  • Alfano Sculpture placed 17 sculptures ranging from $300 to $4,400.
  • Anjos Art Studio placed three pieces, including a Rose Rosetti sculpture for $1,200.

Spectrum Miami Best International Exhibitor: Yang Yibin

Spectrum Miami Award Winners included:

  • Directors’ Award: Artblend
  • Best Booth Design: Artavita – World Wide Art
  • Best International Exhibitor: Yang Yibin
  • Best New Exhibitor: Robert Leone
  • Sculpture: Elisa Adams Sculptor
  • Rising Artist: William Couture
  • [SOLO]: Malcolm Smith

Red Dot Miami, a curated gallery-only contemporary art fair, presented for its 14th year, saw the highly anticipated annual presentation of leading galleries and their artists, informed by [PASSION] as the curatorial theme for 2019. Red Dot Miami featured more than 60 galleries representing over 500 leading contemporary artists from primary and secondary markets throughout the world.

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