China Chow with Adrien Brody at Nada fair

Have I seen enough art in the last four days of Art Basel Miami?  Restless during the day, by night we were trying to figure out which parties to attend. Although I was trying to stick to my mission, which was to cover the fairs, events, and to socialize, I also took out some time to walk around the streets of Wynwood and the Design District. And even stumbled into a really gorgeous piece by the Belgium street artist Roa. It was impossible to see all the fairs and attend everything that I was invited to (sorry if I missed your performance), but was still overloaded with what I did get to see. I had a lot of fun, especially traveling with the Artcards team and finally meeting our Miami editor Brinson in person. We all really enjoyed the hospitality of the Grand Beach Hotel, had breakfast by the ocean, swam, and dipped our overworked bodies in the jacuzzi.

On our last night in Miami, we decided to take it easy and chatted around a small circle of friends (with Ben and Risa from Invisible-Exports), overlooking the Deville’s silent pool, reflecting on all of it and knowing that we’ll see each other pretty soon in chilly New York. If you haven’t seen our photographer Carissa’s exclusive photos for Artcards yet, check them out here.

Amy Granat and Flora Wiegmann (performance artists)

Amy Granat and Flora Wiegmann (performance artists)

Roa (street artist)

Design Miami


Designed by Konstantin Grcic (Design Miami Designer of the Year), "Netscape" is simple and a respite from all the walking.

Chris Lasch (Aranda\Lasch) collaborated with Fendi to design this "Modern Primitives" booth in Design Miami

Nice treats all day from the Audi lounge

Joined the ICI/Nada tour with curator Joao Ribas

Party mode