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Art Basel/Art Miami

I was lucky enough to be able to go to the art fairs in Miami last week. I had never been before, and did not really know what to expect. Fortunately, I was with some of the other Golden Working Artists and a few other friends from Boston, so there were plenty of people to help navigate the various sites. The two biggest ones, Art Basel and Art Miami, were held in huge halls, where seemingly hundreds of galleries displayed a selection of artwork by members of their stable. There were many other smaller venues - galleries nestled in emptied out hotel rooms in some of the picturesque, Art Deco buildings:  Aqua, Ink, Pulse, Verge, Red Dot and more. 

Several Boston based artists' work was present, including Joanne Mattera, Resa Blatman and Cheryl Warrick to name just a few.

Here are a few images culled from the 400 some photos I took.









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