SCOPE Art Show and ART ASIA

Soheap Pich, rattan, and wire SCOPE Art Show and ART ASIA closed Sunday, December 6, reporting doubling of gallery sales. SCOPE, Miami’s longest-running global fair in its eighth year, and second-year standout ART ASIA increased traffic by 20%, bringing in over 30,000 visitors. Both shows attracted prominent institutions, museums, and…

'Cow-splat' art in L.A.

Controversial public art often becomes the lightning rod of all public art, unfairly so. Artists can justify what they do, and what they create with highly intellectual rhetoric and collection/ commission history. I've often said, "Context is everything," which certainly seems to be the case in this public art installed…

Wynwood Gallery Roundup

Wynwood Gallery Roundup by Onajide Shabaka In attendance at the recent NADA preview at the Deauville Resort Hotel were a few local gallerists and curators who all expressed enthusiasm for the art season. Dorsch Gallery, for instance, has changed his interior space by adding more walls, and therefore, more art.…