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Miami Project: A Family Business

by Will Brand and Corinna Kirsch on December 8, 2013
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If you were to start at the corner of NE 36th and 1st in Miami’s Wynwood Art District, and start walking towards the Miami Project, the directions might look a little like this: Start with the glowing white tent of the Brazil Art Fair on your left, and walk south, past the glowing white tents of the CONTEXT Art Fair, Red Dot Art Fair, and Art Miami. If you hit SPECTRUM Miami or the ArtSpot Art Fair, you’ve gone too far. One begins to suspect there are a few too many satellite fairs.

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Art Basel Miami Beach: Slideshow and Commentary

by Will Brand and Corinna Kirsch on December 6, 2012
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Art Basel Miami Beach is, as always, an overwhelming experience. There is art, impossible amounts of it, shiny and glossy and kinetic. There are people, hidden within the silicone husks of slightly younger people, who all seem to be terribly important. There are many kind words but few kind looks.

Basel’s not as bad as it might be, really. This year the fish are biting, and the quality of the work overall is fairly high. There is, in the depths of its 250-odd galleries, art worth looking at. We’ll have a fuller report later today; in the meantime, here are 29 samples of what’s on show, with our comments.

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Project Projects Co-Founder Opens a “Mom-and-Pop-Kunsthalle” in Chinatown

by Will Brand and Corinna Kirsch on August 31, 2012
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If you have any interaction with the art world whatsoever, you’ve come across a book, website, or exhibition designed by Project Projects: they’ve worked with everyone from MoMA and the Whitney to Paper Monument and Bard CCS. Now one of the firm’s co-founders, Prem Krishnamurthy, will open P!, a gallery in Chinatown, at 334 Broome Street.

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