Art Week Miami Beach

ART WEEK MIAMI BEACH

Date:
Add to Calendar 2021-12-02 19:00:00 2021-12-02 19:00:00 ART WEEK MIAMI BEACH The Betsy's Official ART WEEK MIAMI BEACH Property-Wide Opening December 2, 2021, 7-10PN Property Wide The Betsy [email protected] America/New_York public
Time:
7PM-10PM
Location:
Property Wide
Join us for The Betsy's Official ART WEEK MIAMI BEACH Property-Wide Opening

Event Details

Join us for The Betsy's Official ART WEEK MIAMI BEACH Property-Wide Opening

These exhibitors will be present: Alessandro Sarno, James Danzinger (for Jim Krantz and Seydou Keïta), Ed Christin (for Bunny Yeager), Ellen Sweet Moss and Esteban Cortázar (for Andy Sweet), Ray Tenorio, and Monika Bravo.

Enjoy Lite Bites and Jazz Piano in the Hohauser Wing Galleries hosted by Betsy Co-Owners Jonathan Plutzik and Lesley Goldwasser (Curator)

Enjoy LIVE JAZZ PIANO during dinner in LT Steak and Seafood in the Dixon Wing - all night long. 

MORE INFORMATION ON THE BETSY'S ART WEEK MIAMI BEACH PROGRAM 2021

(New) Miami Art Week Collections on view include photography by Jim Krantz, Seydou Keïta, Tamary Kudita, Bunny Yeager, Andy Sweet, and Alessandro Sarno. Also during Miami Art Week 2021, and commissioned in partnership with the City of Miami Beach, the work of award-winning conceptual mixed media artist Monika Bravo will be exhibited on The Betsy Orb and into adjacent environs.

The Miami Art Week exhibitions are complemented by the following permanent collections and exhibitions: The Betsy’s Outdoor Sculpture Garden exhibits Zimbabwean stone carved sculptures inspired by traditional Shona mythology; two award-winning works of public art, The Betsy Orb and The Betsy Poetry Rail, are also located outdoors between Ocean Drive and Collins Avenue at 14th Place; and the work of Carlos Andres Cruz and Ricardo Cavolo, presented in the Underground and BBar Galleries, respectively. The Hotel is also honored to be the permanent home of two unique photographic collections totaling 300 historic images of The Beatles, including Paul Saltzman’s “The Inner Light: The Beatles in India,” and “The Lost Beatles” from the Bob Bonis Archive. The work of storied local photographers Robin Hill and Robert Zuckerman are also on permanent display.  

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