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Art Little Havana” The Big Banana Bazar:A Viernes Culturales & Fridge Art Fair Special Event: An A
Art Little Havana Powered by Viernes Culturales & FrIDgE ArT FaIR NyC: The Grand Art Market place: Featuring the Special Dog and Cat Portrait Project: Eric Ginsburg and BARC Shelter: Brooklyn New York.
By: FridGE ArT FAiR
Eric Ginsburg: (202) 590 - 1357
Press and VIP Preview February 12, 7 –11 PM
Fair Hours: Feb 13-16 from 12-8 PM
Admission: Adults $10, Students $5 Children and Seniors Free
1637 SW 8th St
Miami, FL 33135
Art Little Havana” The Big Banana Bazar: A Viernes Culturales and Fridge Art Fair Special Event: An Art Marketplace
UNDER THE SPECIAL TENT!
Fridge Art Fair Announces New Location in the Heart of Little Havana
February 11-16, 2015, Coinciding with Art Wynwood
Fridge Art Fair is pleased to join the art fairs presenting during Miami’s second Art Week (Presidents Day Weekend), February 12-16, concurrent with Art Wynwoodn and The Coconut Grove Arts Festival to name a few. The Fair will be hosted by Cultural Viernes and the Futurama Arts Complex in the heart of little Havana at 1637 Calle Oche (8th St.), across from Domino Park. Hours, special event and pop-up locations will be announced on the Fair’s website.
This edition’s venue is sponsored by the Barlington Group, and Arte Fuse returns media sponsor. Brands interested in sponsoring the fair, as well as exhibitors (there is still some space available), should contact info@FridgeArtFair.com.
The Art Little Havana Fridge Team, will be led by Pati Vargas The esteemed director of Viernes Culturales Fridge Art Fair Director Cara Hunter Viera and founding Director Eric Ginsburg, (a noted painter in his own right known throughout the world for his portraits of dogs and cats) looks forward to expanding their presence in the Miami community. “People should not be afraid to go and see art, and it should not cost a fortune,’ said Ginsburg. “I want people to be happy, we want everyone from all walks of life to come to this fair and say, ‘that was really cool!”
Fridge Art Fair was born on New York’s Lower East Side in May 2013, making its debut – under the tagline “Can you fit into the Fridge?” -- At Kazuko Miyamoto’s small but storied storefront, Gallery OneTwentyEight. The inaugural Miami show was presented at the somewhat more spacious Pax, on Calle Ocho. In May 2014 Fridge presented innovative, successful fair (including large-scale installations, a video lounge curated by Jeanne Wilkinson, and a Ferrari, presented by Dorian Grey Gallery, painted by John “Crash” Matos) at a 7,000 sf waterfront venue in Long Island City thanks to major sponsorship from Plaxall. With a loyal following of presenting galleries, organizations and artists, Fridge is growing while retaining its character as an intimate, accessible and enjoyable event.
More about Fridge on the Fair website, FridgeArtFair.com.
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