NADA Online Catalogue

Can’t make it in person?  View NADA Miami Beach 2012 online at the Gallerist site—nada.gallerist.com

Artadia

Artadia is delighted to partner with NADA Miami Beach this December, where we will give an unrestricted $4,000 award to an artist exhibiting artwork at the fair in any booth. The selected artist will also join the Artadia family and receive all lifetime privileges of the Artadia awardees, including access to Artadias national network, the option to participate in Artadia programs, such as our New York Residency program, our publications and exhibitions program and professional services. The award is generously funded by Artadia founder and president Christopher E. Vroom and will be announced on Friday, December 7th.

A jury compromising of two internationally renowned curators will walk through the fair on its opening day, Thursday, December 6, to determine the award recipient. The names of the jurors will be announced on Friday, December 7.

NADA Pool Party

NADA and Friends and Family have joined forces to create an extraordinarily fun, free and open to the public party taking place from 2pm–7pm at the Deauville pool.

Join us for amazing stuff like:

  • Group Beach Painting by Tyson and Scott Reeder
  • Decorations and installations by Korakrit Arunanondchai and Molly Lowe
  • Nail Art by Vanity Projects
  • Sculpture and performance by Jory Rabinovitz, Patrick Walsh and NGUZUNGUZU A floating cinder block installation in the hotel pool from artist Scott Ingram
  • Justin H. Long, Timothy Stanley and P. Scott Cunningham present a Norse funeral for drowned poet Hart Crane in the hotel pool
  • Musical performances by Dent MayDJ sets from Tim Barber, Jory Rabinovitz and Miami-native Nektar de Stagni
  • Arts and crafts tables galore
  • BBQ and Beverages

Video Program

Under My Skin
curated by Grela Orihuela

A phrase lifted from the lyrical echoes of Sinatra in the very same spot where the Ratpack threw back the Jack in Miami. The impetuous ghosts of the original jetset commingle with an international medley of video artists in a program curated by Grela Orihuela located in the Jazz Club. Under My Skin is an exhibition of body and soul, its characters and conceptions insinuating their yearning and conflicting passions into the cool, dark confines of this historic venue’s iconic lounge.

Listed in viewing order:
Dinter Fine Art—Judith Hudson
Invisible Exports—Lisa Kirk
Curro & Poncho—Francisco Ugarte
(Art) AMALGAMATED—Brian Gonzalez aka Taxiplasm
Roberto Paradise—Chaveli Sifre
Joe Sheftel Gallery—Alex Da Corte
Microscope Gallery—Bradley Eros
Christopher Crescent—Samuel Fouracre
Fourteen30 Contemporary—Jesse Sugarmann
Joe Sheftel Gallery—Cindy Hinant
(Art) AMALGAMATED—Brian Gonzalez aka Taxiplasm
American Contemporary—Philip Hausmeier
Romer Young Gallery—Chad Stayrook
Nicelle Beauchene Gallery—Jonathan Ehrenberg
Marine Contemporary—Akina Cox
Feature Inc.—Nathaniel Robinson
NANZUKA—Keiichi Tanaami

Hot Bed

This years HOTBED student artists are challenged to create a site-specific video work to be exhibited 24/7 at NADA Miami Beach 2012 in the fair venue’s public atrium, as well as on every TV in the Deauvilles 484 guest rooms. None of the students primary majors is digital media; they must conceive and produce work using unfamiliar methods, each of them completing a single piece to engage viewers in a busy public space and a most intimate private space.

Courtesy of Wet Heat Project and New World School of the Arts, production budgets from Jorge A Garcia, and the Deauville Beach Resort for donating the guest room for a shoot. Mentor workshop hosted by the Rubell Family Cllection with valuable feedback from video artist Dara Friedman, co-founder RFC Mera Rubell, collector Jorge A Garcia and film festival director Mara Sartore.

LittleCollector

LittleCollector is thrilled to partner with NADA to offer exclusive just-for-kids tours of NADA Miami Beach! Kids will join an art educator for a fun-filled tour of the fair where kids will get to talk with gallerist and artists while exploring the concepts of media, scale, color, texture, narrative, and technique. Kids will receive a LittleCollector backpack and activity guide, plus other fun giveaways and treats! Tours will last approximately 45 minutes and adult supervision will be provided so that parents can tour the fair.

Dates: Friday-Sunday, December 7–9
Time: 1pm
RSVP: rsvp@littlecollector.com, limited availability
Ages: For children 5 and up.
Tours are free to the public.