Among the endless rows of gallery cubicles that constitute Art Basel in the Miami Beach Convention Center were a few moments of reprieve. In the area titled Art Positions an undulating patch of artificial grass and palm trees provided a place to rest, while several bars and a full-fledged restaurant kept people in high spirits. [...]
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Click below for a BURNAWAY video produced by Sandy Hooper with interviews by Susannah Darrow and Laura Hennighausen. Special thanks to Monica Campana for giving us the tour!
Mark Handforth’s Honda is an effigy and an accident. Mark Handforth, Honda, 2002, metal and candles, 25 3/8 x 56 1/4 x 45 1/8 inches. Courtesy the Rubell Family Collection. It’s a balmy seventy degrees at 9:30 AM. I am part of a small crowd at the Rubells’s private museum in Miami, and we’re sipping [...]
Last May, I planned a last-minute trip to be in town for MOCA Miami’s Methods—Nuevos Métodos—Nova Métodos Symposium organized by their Associate Curator Ruba Katrib. Reading about it through e-flux’s art and education electronic newsletter for the first time, I found myself so close to Miami that I capitalized on the opportunity.
We sat down with Radcliffe Bailey at his Atlanta studio to discuss his current mixed-media exhibit at Solomon Projects, Looking for Light, Traveling at Night. The drawings and sculptures on view were created in the wake of a special guest artist program at the Glass Pavilion of the Toledo Museum of Art as well as [...]