Five installations at Miami art week 2019

With activities kicking off in Miami for this year’s art week, including Art Basel and Design Miami, we’ve selected the exhibitions and installations not-to-be missed, including an inflatable bubble gallery and a sand-covered traffic jam.


Instagram’s @design booth by Studio Swine

British-Japanese design duo Studio Swine has made inflatable bubbles to form the exhibition space for Instagram‘s inaugural exhibition at Design Miami. Made from PVC, which Instagram says is 100 per cent recyclable, the booth will host work by designers Yona Care, The Alleles Design Studio, Kano and Deva Pardue under the theme “design for all”.

Design Miami, Convention Center Drive between 18th and 19th Streets
3-9 December 2019


Order of Importance by Leandro Erlich

Order of Importance by Leandro Erlich

Order of Importance by Argentinian artist Leandro Erlich comprises 66 sand-covered sculptures of cars and trucks parked along Lincoln Road beach. The project was curated by Ximena Caminos and commissioned by City of Miami Beach.

Lincoln Road beachfront
1-15 December 2019


The Garden of Beauty by Marc Ange

Designer Marc Ange, best-known for the Instagrammable pink Le Refuge canopy, has taken over Italian interiors company Visionnaire’s showroom with The Garden of Beauty. The lush exhibit will debuts Ange’s Il Pavone – a series of decorative furniture influenced by peacock feathers.

Vissionaire, 2063 Biscayne BlvdMiami, FL 33137
2-8 December 2019


Please Be Seated by Les Ateliers Courbet and Thirlwall Design 

New York design gallery Les Ateliers Courbet and design studio Thirlwall Design have teamed up to present designs from French filmmaker Jacques Tati’s 1958 film Mon Oncle, which translates as My Uncle. It includes a rocking chair, a seat and a bench produced by design studio Domeau & Pérès and Tati’s estate.

Design Miami, Convention Center Drive between 18th and 19th Streets
3-9 December 2019


Humanoids by Atelier Van Lieshout

Dutch artist Joep van Lieshout‘s Humanoids are made from aluminium and resemble abstracted human and animal forms. The sculptures are arranged to decorate the short walk that leads from Art Basel Miami Beach at the Miami Beach Convention Center to the Design Miami fair.

Between Miami Beach Convention Center and Design Miami
Permanent

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Author: Eleanor Gibson