miami art galleries


Marc Ange, ‘Le Refuge’.

Light concrete Base and light concrete Pots, Metal, foam and fabric Stems
Metal, foam and fabric Leaves, Foam and fabric Cushions.

Dimensions : L 280 – 550 x W 300 x H 206 cm.

The Invisible Collection in collaboration with The Green Gallery.

“ Walking Skull ” ( 2016 ) by Niark1

Acrylic painting & mixed media on paper.
70x100 cm

This piece will be display with other ones at AQUA Art Miami with CASS Contemporay gallery during the Art Basel next month.

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Craziest piece we saw during this past #miamiartbaselweek was a mini crime scene house over at the @redtruckgallery booth at the SCOPE Miami Art Fair.

It’s weird art and the subject matter is chilling. The sheer detail put into this mini replica is undeniably on point. Wait for the end of the video for the skeletal pay off. This John Wayne Gacy house is bought to you by #chrisrobertsantieau


Figuration is one of the oldest art forms, but it is continually evolving, reflecting contemporary concepts of human identity. Figurative art responds to technical innovations like printing, photography and digital reproduction, but the ancient craft of rendering the figure renews itself with each subsequent generation. The artists featured in UNREALISM work within the figurative canon without becoming academic. They are able to make a venerable tradition in art completely of our time.

The exhibition is on view for the duration of Art Basel Miami Beach, through December 6, 2015, 7pm ET at The Moore Building in the Miami Design District.
Image: Urs Fischer, Zhou Yinghua, 2014, paraffin wax, microcrystalline wax, encaustic pigment, oil paint, steel, and wicks, 73 × 21 ¾ × 20 inches (185.4 × 55.2 × 50.8 cm) , ed. of 2 © Urs Fischer. Photo by Ali Walker