MIA2012 SeaFai | January 12 - 16, 2012
NEW VENUE! NEW LOCALE! NEW SCULPTURE PROGRAM!
ABOARD SEAFAIR AT BAYFRONT PARK The Fair will relocate aboard SeaFair – the 228-foot megayacht venue – docked at 100 Chopin Plaza in Miami's premiere downtown entertainment district and will include a waterside installation and sculpture exhibition in Bayfront Park.
SeaFair - which remains dockside - features 3 decks of custom exhibit space, a sky deck bar and bistro, Luxe Lounge, Collectors Lounge, and international coffee bar. expoships.com
THURSDAY, JANUARY 12
6:30-8:30pm First View to honor the MOCA Shakers The MOCA Shakers (ages 21-45) have quickly become one of the fastest growing groups in Miami with a dynamic roster of young professionals interested in networking, socializing, cultural exposure, philanthropy and community engagement. For more information on the MOCA Shakers event and to discover how you can become a member, please visit mocanomi.org/membership.
8:30-10pm Collectors’ Invitational The preview evening will continue with a Collectors’ Invitational from 8:30-10 PM for additional distinguished collectors and VIP guests. Priority boarding tickets will be accepted for admission to the Collector’s Invitational portion of the preview evening
Please check in at the Press Desk upon arrival to MIA. Press will be granted entry anytime after 6pm January 12th.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 13
6-7pm | In-soo Moon, Sculptor | e.jung Gallery, Booth 305 His works are placed in National Museum of Contemporary Art, Kwachon, Culture Art developing Center, Total Art Hall, Seoul Art Center, Cheju Sculture park, Daejon EXPO Future theme Park. Now he teaches at Suwon university.
6-7pm | Kyu-Hak Lee, Mixed media artist | e.jung Gallery, Booth 305 Influenced by Vincent Van Gogh Kyu-hak uses compressed styrofoam, newspapers, magazines, and hanji, (Korean traditional paper) in his works.
7-9pm | Phil Stapleton | Butter Gallery, Booth 304
SATURDAY, JANUARY 14
1-2pm | Diego Jacobson | NAC Gallery, Booth 212 An Audience with Diego Jacobson, exhibition and book signing. Argentinian born Diego Jacobson’s works have been compared to De kooning and Pollock, abstract expressionist in nature, Diego’s works seem to explode off the canvas with an inexplicable unbridled energy. Jacobson has had many international solo shows including numerous museum shows, the public’s response has always the same, an appreciation and often a perceived connection with the artist.
3-4pm | Hwang Jeong | e.jung Gallery, Booth 305 Harmony of black and white, orders in horizontal and vertical divisions, and the pursuit of strict symmetries, represented in this work, are the unity of the opposite poles with the religious silence and importance of mental functionality in it, and this plays a role as a milestone to achieve the harmony between inner states and outer world.
5-6pm | Frank Hyder | Projects Gallery, Booth 304 Frank Hyder has participated in more than 150 group shows and has had over 80 solo exhibitions throughout North, South and Central America, including 8 individual exhibitions in New York City. He has been one of the few North Americans to have solo museum exhibitions in Venezuela at the Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Caracas Sofia Imber (MACCSI), Museo Jacobo Borges, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo Zulia (MACZUL), Museo Universidad de Los Andes and Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Coro.