Miami Art Week coming to an end
We ventured out again on Saturday and while it was crowded, it wasn't that bad, neither was traffic. We parked at Morgan's on NE 29 Street and left the car there. I don't know if we were supposed to, but knowing the owners helps.
I love these busts, they looked like a clay head, but they stretched like this. She is actually stretching it out, like Silly Putty. But it's actually paper, created by Beijing artist Li Hongbo. The exhibit is called "Flexible Paper Sculptures."
We hit Art Miami, Red Dot, Spectrum and basically every place in between. We ran into friends and the whole Wynwood area was a party.
Our favorite had to be a pop up tent restaurant next to Morgan's called the Annex Concept. Owner Steve, a designer, got together with his friend Gavin, from New Zealand, now a Miamian, and in just five weeks they put together an incredibly large tent with all sorts of antiques and rustic touches and short menu with lots of goodies.
We had lunch there and then ended up back later for a nightcap. At one point, we sat a long wooden table and ended up in the middle of a party; a girls night out. One of the girls said this was her third or fourth visit and they have only been open a week. Gavin, one of the owners spent a lot of time with us; very patient he is.
Those are old suitcases that line one section of one of the walls, next to that are all sorts of 19th century items. The seating is very eclectic. It's all quite comfortable.
The Annex Concept may be around until Christmas, they are trying to stay that long and be open on weekends. It's a shame to see it go, the atmosphere and food are really great.
So another Art Basel/Art Miami week comes to an end; Sunday is the last day, it's worth the trip if you haven't been. Monday the tents come down, the art goes back home, hopefully most of the pieces sold.
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