Art Basel Miami 2011: NADA

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Andrew Schoultz at Locust Projects

On the final day of our week-long Miami Art Basel celebrations, Hi-Fructose took a jaunt to the NADA art fair in South Beach, one of the main fairs quickly growing in popularity alongside the main more formal event. We were a little disappointment to not see Pool Gallery from Berlin showing there again this year (see our coverage of their Mercedes Helnwein and Mario Wagner peices from 2010 here), and unfortunately we snuck in a bit early and the “twin-themed” performance piece by New York’s The Hole Gallery hadn’t yet begun. With that aside, there were some very strong showings, notably by Andrew Schoultz at Locust Projects (Miami) and nice group exhibitions by Ratio3 and Silverman, both from in San Francisco.

Andrew Schoultz detail

An Te Liu at MKG127

An Te Liu detail

Jonathan Runcio at Ratio3

Seen at Horton Gallery (NY/Berlin)

seen at Mihai Nicodim Gallery

Georganne Deen at Van Horn

Seen at NYE/Brown

Takeshi Murata at Ratio3

John Kormer at Patricia Low Contemporary

Seen at Silverman Gallery


Sascha Braunig at Foxy Production

Dawn Mellor at Studio Voltaire

Mike Bouchet at Parisa Kind

Clark Goodwin at Rotwand

Jansson Stagner at Sorry We’re Closed

Delia Brown at Country Club

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