A number of art event at Art Week Miami present artworks of several well-known Colombian artists, some of which are noted below. For most fairs their last day of opening is tomorrow 4th December 2016.
Durban Segnini present artwork by artists Carlos Rojas and Ramirez Villamizar and the Mexican gallery Pablo Goebel has excellent works by Ana Mercedes Hoyos and the Adler and Konkright gallery present works by Nadin Ospina. Meanwhile the Jerome Zodo gallery presents several paintings and drawing by Fernando Botero. Also showing sculptures by Botero is Rosenbaum Contemporary Art Gallery.
Casa Cuadrada showing two artists from Spain: Ismael Lagares and Rafa Macarron
LGM Gallery is showing the works of several artists including Sair Garcia.
Adelson Gallery has a very strong focus on Federico Uribe whose art has had a recent strong interest from a number of museums and which can be seen next year at the California Centre for the Art in Escondido (March – June) and at Woodson Art Museum in Wisconsin (June – August).
Untitled is a curated art fair for international galleries and nonprofit art spaces has been held in Miami Beach every December since 2012. In a short period of time, the fair has more than doubled the number of participating galleries and nonprofit art organizations. Omar Lopez-Chahoud is its independent curator and artistic director and he has included the following galleries from Colombia:
9-80 Nueveochenta Gallery presents the following artists:
Juan Fernando Herrán, Fernando Uhia, Juan Carlos Delgado
Instituto de Visión presents a solo booth with Otto Berchem, and WALDEN from Buenos Aires.
Proyecto Zeta presents works by street artists Pez, Crisp and DJ Lu.
Indianabond Project from Bogota presents work by Eduard Moreno