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Looking back on Miami Art Week 2022

This year’s edition of Miami Art Week was a vehicle (tragically hindered by traffic) for creativity that delivered design across many scales and mediums throughout the coastal city.
Activations, exhibitions, and installations from notable artists, architects, and designers spilled out across South Beach and over into the Design District, Wynwood, ...
...and beyond creating myriad opportunities for inspiration for local creatives and the tens of thousands of visitors that flood Miami this week every year.
Against a poignant purple backdrop, Gallery All exhibited a glimmering collection of both new and well-known works from Los Angeles–based art and design duo, the Haas Brothers.
ICE Shapes, a series of sculpturally carved wood by Egeværk complemented the Sycamore and resin Ethereal Double Console by Marc Fish, which seemed to defy gravity with its delicate, swooping form.
Beyond the fair, purveyors of collectible design, furniture, and art displayed their wares throughout a series of venues that hearken back to the vibrant character of the city.
In a fun-house-like setting of pipe and draped vignettes, mirrors, and checkered carpet, the collection challenges the hardness of marble through a sculpturally soft design that evokes the process of weaving.
Throughout the Design District, Germane Barnes realized his winning installation, Rock | Roll.
A series of eruptive seating capsules are peppered throughout the pedestrian corridors of the Design District, at one location crowned by a free-floating dome reminiscent of a disco ball.
Debuting at HOLLY HUNT’s sprawling Design District showroom, The Forward Collection marks a new chapter for Vladimir Kagan Design Group.
The installation draws inspiration from the Lexus BEV (Battery Electric Vehicle) Sport conveying the collaboration’s shared vision for an electrified future.
A celebration of interior architect and designer Nina Magon’s surface collaboration with Cosentino, Dreamcloud consists of a series of arches ...
...clad in each color way of Magon’s Dekton Onirika collection and is illuminated buy an iridescent system of globes from Studio M Lighting.
The experiential installation intended to capitalize upon the power of material and light to invoke a dream-like blurring of reality.
Playful ceramic food from Ramiro Luna Gonzalez paired well with the colorful canvases and larger-than-life sculpture from Demit Omphroy.
The vibrant curation was a fine complement to the hotel’s soothing, yacht-inspired interiors designed by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio.
presented Kristian Kragelund’s first solo exhibition in North America, Artefacts. Colorful compositions of recycled semi-conductors from Silicon Valley’s mass of tech manufacturers adorned the white plaster walls.