GALLERY SHCHUKIN FOR "MIAMI ART+DESIGN" ART-FAIR (Miami, USA, 13-18 February 2014): Basquiat, Miro, Tapies, Datuna...
On February 13, 2014, the ceremonial opening of the Miami Art+Design (MA+D) international fair for contemporary art and design was held in Miami (USA). The fair opened in a new pavilion in Bayfront Park in the center of Miami, on the coast of Biscayne Bay. Guests could attend the VIP only by special invitation. Starting on February 14, the fair is open to anyone who’d like to check out the new Miami art-fair.
Gallery SHCHUKIN became one of the expected participants in Miami Art+Design — the gallery is showcasing in Booth 218. Among the artists whose works the gallery is featuring are famous American neo-expressionist Jean-Michel Basquiat, Catalan master of abstraction Joan Miró, another famous Spanish abstractionist Antoni Tàpies, American painter Paton Miller, French artist Pierre-Marie Brisson, who creates canvases that resemble ancient frescos, and Chinese artist-symbolist Zhang Xiaogang. Gallery SHCHUKIN is also showcasing the works of contemporary American artists Robert and Lynn Bianchi, Belgian artist Natalya Zaloznaya, who employs in her works elements of ancient Chinese painting, and American author of installations done in his own original technique, David Datuna (at the moment, he is engaged in a few major joint projects with Google Glass TM).
Opening this year after a year’s intermission, the refreshed Miami Art+Design (MA+D) international fair for contemporary art and design is taking place in Miami (Florida, USA) February 13 through February 18. The art-fair is organized by the creator of the world’s largest art displays, International Fine Art Expositions (IFAE), in partnership with the primary French union of art dealers, the Syndicat National des Antiquaires (SNA), which handles the Paris Biennale and takes part in organizing the Salon: Art & Design, New York. The fair is featuring over forty leading galleries from Europe and America. The organizers are expecting over 20 thousand guests at MA+D over the five days that the event will run.