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Continuation of Art Basel Miami

December 9, 2013

The following is the continuation of what I liked at Art Basel in Miami last week.
To see the first half of my favs click here
Raul Illarramendi
DFN n1
2013
Pencil on paper
Raul_Illarramendi
Kehinde Wiley
Various work I saw throughout Art Basel
Kehinde_Wiley_mary
Kehinde_Wiley_tapestry
Kehinde_Wiley
Osgemeos

Untitled, 2013
Mixed media on wood
Osgemeos
Alice Aycock

Super Twister II, 2013
Painted brass on aluminum
Alice_Aycock
George Condo

Untitled, 2013
Acrylic, charcoal and pastel on linen
George_Condo
Edward Burtynsky

Ölfusá River #1, Iceland, 2012
Chromogenic color print
Edward_Burtynsky
Sol Lewitt

Squiggly Brushstrokes, 1997
Gauache on paper
Sol_Lewitt
Markus Linnenbrink

PICKUPIFYOUARETHERE (THEFUNNYBIRD), 2013
Epoxy resin and pigments on wood
Markus_Linnenbrink
Katharina Grosse

Untitled, 2013
Acrylic on canvas
Katharina_Grosse
Teresita Fernandez
Teresita_Fernandez
Teresita_Fernandez_detail
Ryan McGinness

Dark Energy, 2013
Silkscreen
Ryan_McGinness_Dark_Energy
Claes Oldenburg & Coosje Van Bruggen

Leaning Fork with Meatball and Spaghetti III, 1994
Polyurethane on cast aluminium
Claes_Oldenburg
Helmut Newton

Piscine Hotel Nikko, Paris, April 1978, 1978
Gelatin silver print, printed ca. 1982
Helmut_Newton
Tornabuoni Gallery
from Paris- I really liked the idea of having a booth that was all one color or in this gallery’s case- devoid of color.
Tornabuoni_Gallery
Yoshitomo Nara
Various works that I saw throughout Art Basel.
Nara
Nara_sculpture
Yayoi Kusama

Flowers That Bloom Tomorrow
Yayoi_Kusama_Flower

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