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Opinion

Beyond the White Cube: The Best of the New at Art Basel Miami Beach

Valeska Soares. You and I, 2011. Courtesy of Eleven Rivington.

Each December, the art world heads to Miami for the international art fair Art Basel Miami Beach.  The goal of this 4-day extravaganza is ostensibly to buy, look, talk and think about art.  This year, the fair turned ten and cemented its reputation as the ruckus and slightly inebriated younger sibling of the staid and serious Art Basel in Switzerland.

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Articles

Art Public at the 2011 Art Basel Miami Beach

The Art Newspaper

November 30, 2011

For the tenth anniversary of Art Basel Miami Beach, the organisers have teamed up with the Bass Museum of Art to rethink the fair’s presentation of public art.  Art Public, centred for the first time in the newly landscaped Collins Park by the Bass Museum, will exhibit 24 works – a record number – selected by guest curator Christine Y. Kim.

Eduardo Sarabia's snakeskin boots refer to Mexico's cultural history and its violent drug war

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Artist Interview: Glenn Kaino

The Art Newspaper

October 2011

When Glenn Kaino thought the art world was getting too obsessed with money, he retreated into the realm of magic

Cutting-edge work: A Walk Through China, 2011, Glenn Kaino chopping up China Chow

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