It’s hard to believe another edition of Art Basel Miami Beach is in the books. This year I dove in with both feet knowing that really seeing all of Art Basel is the proverbial “unicorn project”. My best advice is GO! See what happens. You’ll see what you’re meant to see. Today I don my “art critic hat” to share my experience with you.
Who says the art of printing is dead? You may be devouring novels on your Kindle but printing is very much alive at Custom Cupboards. Their Facets program allows you to bring a new level of personalization to your kitchen, bath or anywhere you have cabinets through digital printing.
When did I visit Milan again? Oh yeah, April 2014. Time flies. You see the thing is, when you go to these sensory overloading mind boggling trade shows you bring it all home with you in the form of dvds, thumb drives, brochures, samples etc.
“To strain after innovation, to worry about being ‘on the cutting edge’ – a phrase I hate – reflects concern for a place in history or for one’s career rather than for the authenticity of one’s own painting.”- Jane Freilicher
According to our friends at Wikipedia, “Street art is visual art created in public locations, usually unsanctioned artwork executed outside of the context of traditional art venues. The term gained popularity during the graffiti art boom of the early 1980s.” I have always been intrigued by the visual language of Basquiat and the mystery of Banksy.