Tuesday, December 4, 2012

The 5 begins the Art Basel in Miami

The New Yorker Miguel Paredes, known for his work in street art which uses animated characters, expose their graffiti, sculptures and paintings during Art Basel Miami, the most important art fair in the United States and with the participation of 257 galleries from 31 countries. "The Art Basel Miami is the time of truth, where we teach what we do best and we have five days of people around the world who come looking for who the new great artist," says Walls, who will meet from 5 to 9 December about eighty of his works. Paredes's work, which include versions of Mickey Mouse, Hello Kitty or 'lucky cat' of the Chinese, is based in the pop universe, the animated dolls and graffiti culture of Manhattan. This year in Miami, this work shows both in Wynwood Walls Gallery, the neighborhood where a great part of the Miami art world, as in the Red Dot fair. Also exhibited during these key dates for American art industry in the Pop Up Gallery in Miami Beach, while planning a mural in the sophisticated club Caffeine, Wynwood. In this work not only New York's familiar characters but others created by him as' The Magic Flea, "which, he explained, included in almost every work. The Art Basel Miami Beach, which this year celebrates its eleventh edition. 

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