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Starting on January 18, 2013 the MIA (Miami International Art Fair) will come back to Miami. The event will take place downtown, at 100 Chopin Plaza, and it will celebrate its fourth edition. The fair will highlight a dynamic display of international art galleries from around the world. Artists from New York, Moscow, Beijing, Paris, Buenos Aires, and London will come at the MIA to present their most promising and enticing works of art. If you’re fond of contemporary art and you want to admire the works of some of the most talented international artists, you are more than welcomed to attend the MIA. Revolutionary artwork in a plethora of genres will be exhibited, and the whole event is an opportunity for collectors to find out more about international modern art. The event will last until January 21, and it will include the following types of art: painting, sculpture, performance art, photography, works on paper, studio jewelry design, functional design, and mixed media. Noted exhibitions:

  • Light exhibitions of Stephen Knapp
  • Fernando Alvarez Gallery
  • Carlos Estevez exhibition of “Across the Universe”
  • “Adriana Budich Arte Contemporáneo” , Leon Ferrari, Buenos Aires
  • “Angel Orensanz”, Angel Orensanz Foundation, New York
  • Jadikan, Art Vitam, Miami
  • Kunlunzi, Caochangdi Gallery of Art, Beijing
  • Trudy Good, Christopher Walker Art, London
  • Fabia Nitti, Elite Fine Art Galleries, Miami
  • University of Miami,John Van Beekum, Coral Gables
  • The Valentine Ryabov Gallery, Sergey Fedotov, Moscow

The international art fair will be featured on SeaFair, a 220 ft. mega yacht, and it will cover 3 decks. Programs will include various lectures organized by artists, designers, and international museum experts. Monica Suleski will present “Living with Art” and Stephen Knapp, an international artist, will highlight to the people its artwork entitled “New Light”. Apart from a number of daily “meet the artist” presentations and receptions, MIA will also feature fine dining opportunities for the guests. On Friday and Sunday, there will be a VIP lounge area where wine connoisseurs will be invited to taste international wines from France, Tuscany and California. The art fair will begin on January 18, starting from 12 p.m. and it will last until 10 p.m. One January 20, it will have a special program with valet parking and priority boarding passes. At the door tickets will cost $15 and if you want to sign up for a priority boarding pass, you’ll have to pay $30. Premiere art galleries from all over the world and collectors will gather on January 18 at the Miami International Art Fair. The event is one of America’s most eye-catching and exciting winter celebrations for contemporary art. Even though the official opening of the fair is January 18, there will be a private preview on January 17 as well, starting 6 p.m. Overall, the Miami International Art Fair (MIA) is without a doubt a cultural and extremely alluring celebration where over 30 international dealers have the freedom to express their contemporary artwork. Consequently, emerging artists are also invited to attend at the fair, exhibit their pieces, and get their work known to the people of Miami.

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