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Art Basel Miami Beach 2010 Announces Art Public: 9 Public Art Works in Miami Beach
Sicardi Gallery, Houston | Carlos Cruz-Diez | Color Aditivo, 1975-2010.
MIAMI, FL.- Art Public, curated this year for the second time by Patrick Charpenel of Guadalajara, Mexico, features 9 projects by internationally renowned artists from seven countries. The projects will be installed in the outdoor public spaces of Miami Beach, within close proximity to the Oceanfront area and the Miami Beach Convention Center.

The 2010 edition of Art Public will present works that engage directly with the viewer, interrupting the daily routine of passersby in poetic and surprising ways.
Most of the works are site-specific and commissioned for Art Basel Miami Beach, including the projects by François Bucher and Minerva Cuevas; Fyodor Pavlov Andreevich will present a new site-specific performance.

Below, you can find all the 2010 Art Projects artworks at a glance; a detailed description of each can be found at www.artbasel.com/public.

• Andrea Bowers: Educate, Agitate, Organize, 2010 / Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York
• François Bucher: The Man Who Disappeared, 2010 / Proyectos Monclova, México
• John Chamberlain: Piquanteagle, 2009 / Anthony Meier Fine Arts, San Francisco
• Carlos Cruz-Diez: Color Aditivo, 1975-2010 / Sicardi Gallery, Houston
• Minerva Cuevas: Atlas (Homage to Jean Vigo), 2010 / kurimanzutto, México D.F.
• Runa Islam: Magical Consciousness, 2010 / White Cube, London
• Marco Maggi: Global Myopia, 2010 / Josée Bienvenu Gallery, New York
• Jorge Méndez Blake: There is no Easy Way from the Earth to the Stars, 2010 / OMR, México, Meessen De Clercq, Bruxelles
• Fyodor Pavlov Andreevich: The Great Vodka River, 2010 / Galeria Luciana Brito, São Paulo

Art Public | Art Basel Miami Beach 2010 | Patrick Charpenel |




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