Monday, December 10, 2012

Miami is much more than beaches

Artists working in the area of ​​graffiti in Wynwood, Miami.  EFE "This show has become a true economic engine for Miami, it has impact on major sectors of the city," said Matti Herrera Bower, Mayor of Miami Beach, at the opening of this exhibition created in Basel, Switzerland, and celebrates 11 years an issue increasingly powerful at this point in the southeastern United States Art Basel is home to contemporary art enthusiasts headquartered in the Convention Center Miami Beach, but the pair are made at least 22 other exhibitions installed in large tents in the nearby neighborhoods of Midtown Miami and Wynwood. The best thing about this show and everything that happens in artistic these days in Miami is that art lovers converge U.S., Europe, Asia and Latin America, and in many cases they are very open to discovering collectors new talent from anywhere in the world, "said Cecilia Tanure, the Rio gallery A Gentil Carioca.

More than 250 galleries from 31 countries, including Brazil, Mexico, Spain, Argentina and Uruguay, last week opened its samples at Art Basel Miami Beach, the first contemporary art fair in the United States, which floods the edge and money sunny city of Florida.

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