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Fine Art

Art Basel Miami Beach – 2015

December 05, 2015

The VIP entrance hit us right away with important and impressive masterpieces. Helly Nahmad featured Dubuffet (above) with Picasso and Calder.

All images courtesy of Suzanne Lovell, Inc.

Art Basel Miami Beach was quite an experience again this year. Everyone in the business of art is here this week, and we saw galleries having great success from the first preview day and with each evening switch-out – some back rooms were nearly empty by Friday. Promised gifts were made, collectors were connected to great work, all at the year’s largest art fair. We were thrilled with our excellent finds and to connect with our colleagues.

Enjoy some of our favorites to follow.

Picasso at Helly Nahmad.

Pace’s presentation of work was by Louise Nevelson was jaw dropping. This wall piece from 1964 was one of many great works brought and featured.

Paul Kasmin brought a great new drum sculpture by Ivan Navarro, Nothing Will Come of Nothing, 2015, Neon, LED Lights, aluminum, wood, paint, mirror, one-way mirror and electric energy, Edition 1 of 3 (from Ed of 3 + 1 AP). We appreciated the raised installation and plan to install ours the same.

Robert Polidori, Hotel Petra Wall Detail #1, Beirut, Lebanon, 2010 at Paul Kasmin

Troika is Sebastien Noel (French b. 1977), Conny Freyer  (German b. 1976) and Eva Rucki (German b. 1976). Everything is and isn’t at the same time, 2015, black and white Jesmonite, Ed. 1 of 5 with 1 AP at Mexico City’s OMR as installed with James Turrell’s First Light Blonde/Meeting, 1989/1990. 

Olafur Eliasson at Berlin’s Neugerriemschneider.

Sean Scully, Yellow Junction, 1992. Oil on canvas and steel, mixed media at Galerie Lelong. 

William Cordova, Untitled (kippu), 2014, Enamel, collage, gold leaf on paper at Sikkema, Jenkins & Co.


Georg Baselitz, Es ist kein Zimmer frei, 2015, oil on canvas  at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac.

Georg Baselitz, Es ist kein Zimmer frei, 2015, oil on canvas and Bunder (Bunch), 2015, bronze, Ed of 6 at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac. Liza Lou’s ixube Lunar, 2015 in woven glass beads is in the distance.