Design Miami 2015: Fernando Romero Enterprise’s Replica of the Sun

A multi-sensory sculpture made in collaboration with Swarovski

It’s impossible to deny the impact of the sun upon art. More than providing the light and igniting the colors for our eyes to interpret a piece, the sun has acted as a muse for centuries and across cultures. A new homage, by Mexico City-based architecture and design firm Fernando Romero Enterprise (FR-EE) offers a stunning new take on the depths of solar inspiration. The …

Miami Art Week 2015: Kith Homage Exhibition Curated by Joshua Liner Gallery

The NYC gallery's group show celebrating Ronnie Fieg's ASICS designs

In addition to upwards of 20 concurrent art fairs, Miami Art Week also offers an array of tangential pop-up exhibitions and experiences. One, curated by NYC’s Joshua Liner Gallery and held in a built-out Art Deco South Beach structure, centers on sneakers as inspiration. And while there are a series of color-saturated ASICS on display, all designed by Kith founder Ronnie Fieg over the past …

Miami Art Week 2015: Subverting Nature

Works that warp source inspiration or materials, found across multiple fairs and exhibits

Nature stands as the earliest form of inspiration and natural components found within became the tools of early artistic creation. In the ages since and amidst developments and extinctions, loss and discovery, artists continue to be inspired by the wonders of the natural world. And from their imaginations to their mediums, the art world is richer for it. The following six pieces were all seen …