It’s lunch among the lily pads at The Botanical Gardens just across the street from the Miami Beach Convention Center. Michelle Bernstein, Miami’s celebrated chef, is the official caterer and chef of Art Basel.
With the start of Art Basel and Art Week Miami, comes a boom for local business and the economic impact is impressive.
It’s not Black Friday or a door buster sale. In fact there are no steals or deals at Art Basel.
The prestigious Art Basel Miami Beach doesn’t open to the public until Thursday.
Since 2009 Wynwood Walls has been called The Museum of the Streets.
If you take a stroll down NW 2nd Avenue in Wynwood you will quickly feel a buzz in the air, as caterers, artistsm and event organizers rush to put final touches on event setups this Art Basel week.
Before the streets are packed with people for Art Basel, logistics needs some loving.
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South Florida is about to become, once again, the center of the international art world. Art Basel begins December 4th. More than 50-thousand visitors and more than 250 of the world’s leading galleries participate in the 4-day extravaganza. Art Basel is also a huge deal for local nonprofit organizations like Locust Projects. Locust Projects provides space for up and coming artists to show their works without the pressure of gallery sales. We focus on Locust Projects artist Simon Vega, who is making his Miami exhibition debut just in time for Art Basel.
This Veteran’s day a collection of soldiers’ boots from overseas was turning into a work of art in South Florida for the world to see.