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Exhibition Detail
SATELLITE Art & Design Exhibit
Curated by: Paul Fisher, Reed V. Horth
244 NW 35th Street
Miami, FL 33127


December 3rd, 2009 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM
 
Sarasota Bay, Viktorija BulavaViktorija Bulava, Sarasota Bay,
2008, mixed media on Linen, 64" x 48"
© Viktorija Bulava
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Performance
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SATELLITE Art & Design Exhibition

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MAS-Miami Art Space

DECEMBER 3 – 6, 2009

The December 2009 SATELLITE Art + Design Exhibition at Miami Art Space marks the launch of a global art initiative to showcase artists of all mediums and well-known and emerging designers from all over the world through innovative exhibitions & sophisticated receptions.

The overall theme for SATELLITE is Organica: A Celebration of the Human Body and Nature in Art and Design.

In addition to the inclusion of works by artists from the USA, Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, Greece, Italy, Spain and Slovenia, SATELLITE will also feature a curated exhibition by Reed V. Horth (ROBIN RILE FINE ART- www.robinrile.com) & Paul Fisher. Works will include world-renowned modern and contemporary artists, sculptors, visual and glass artists such as the great Spanish Master Salvador Dali, Diego Rivera and Bruce Helander, and emerging talents such as Viktorija Bulava (Latvia) Melanie Prapopoulos, Diana Rodriguez, Carlos Rodriguez, Ana Andras, Daniel Bilodeau (Canada), Paul Andras, Andre Brandao, Nelson Viera, Jure J. Cekuta, and Carlos Cesar Alves. Independent filmmakers will be filming scenes for the movie “Pop goes the Easel” based on Andy Warhol and Peter Max in the 80’s.


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