Extensive multi-post photo coverage of the Miami art fairs is underway at Joanne Mattera Art Blog. Unlike other bloggers who cover Miami, Mattera’s posts are heavily weighted toward painting and visual trends rather than video, conceptual or installation projects. “There were some recurring themes throughout the fairs: spider webs–indeed, webs, laces and strings of all kinds; big black paintings and objects; and leaning as a mode of installation,” Mattera reports. “Materiality was very much in evidence, including ever more work in cloth and an unusual number of ceramic sculptures and vessels…. There was even a painting of St. Sebastian by Titian. Yes, that Titian.” Here are a few images from her reports, with links to the individual posts.
A Long, Tall Drink of Aqua
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