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10 things to do at The Art Basel Miami

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10 things to do at The Art Basel Miami nss guide

The first week of December in Miami: This Must Be the Place.

You love art? This must be the place. Love party? This must be the place. Love vernissage? This must be the place. Do you love the content industry? This must be the place. Love and just? This must be - still - the place.

The Art Basel, exhibition of modern and contemporary art was born in Basel in 1970, has reached its twelfth edition in that Miami and as expected this year is churning out an endless array of goodies. If bazzicaste in the area - but even if you were just curious and coated on the sofa at home - we have compiled for you a list of the best events that will happen in these days, to bring a bit 'of Miami to those who have none, and to bring a little 'party to those who might have it.

# 1 Alchemist ft. Snarkitecture

The high-end concept shop in Miami Alchemist and the design duo Snarkitecture have created an installation that includes exclusive basketball-inspired pieces to work of visual artists and designers such as Kehinde Wiley, Rick Owens, Marcelo Burlon - County of Milan and so on. For the occasion, has been also organized a party planned for tomorrow that will host performances of Pusha T, Travi $ Scott, and a DJ set by Virgil Abloh.

2 # Jeremy Scott and Barbie

Ready to sing "... life in plastic is fantastic" embraced Jeremy Scott with a beer and raised in the air? All this will be possible this evening at the Thompson Hotel - which for the occasion will become a kind of Barbie Dream house. Special guest DJ and dolls everywhere.

3 # Guccivuitton Gallery

Wonderful name apart - guccivuitton, guccivuitton, guccivuitton - this is a space in which a group of young and subversive Miami-based artists explore the culture and concept related to blue-chip luxury through exposure "Luxury Face".

4 # Instagram as an artistic medium

Finally! Finally someone seriously discuss the artistic potential that lies behind the much talked-about social and raped. The "someone" in question will be Klaus Biesenbach, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Simon de Pury, Kevin Systrom and Amalia Ulman. When? Today at the Miami Beach Convention Center.

# 5 Kim, her ass and an "invitation" to dinner

We decided to report it just for the record: Kim Kardashian tonight will be in Miami with the team of Paper mag celebrate what with his cover had set out to do - and indeed have done: break the internet. For the occasion was organized a super exclusive VIP dinner at which no commoner can consider diner, obviously.

# 6 Petra Collins and "Bye Literally"

Our boundless love for the 21 year old Petra Collins is not at all new stuff so it's impossible for us not to mention "Bye Literally," his two-night exhibition represents works of Julia Baylis, Mayan Toledano, Carlotta Kohl and Kristie Muller; a performance by Alexandra Marzella and the launch of our next purchase, his new book "Discharge".

# 7 The performances curated by Solange Knowles

The newly married these days is not at all at home baking cakes in the shape of heart for his beloved is overseeing a series of performances by artists of his label Saint Records for Art Basel. The performances are free and free entry to: unleash hell.

# 8 Tim Burton - "Big Eyes"

Tim Burton during Art Basel will present his new film "Big Eyes", a biopic on the life of the American artist Margaret Keane starring Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz.

# 9 by Iris Van Herpen Dom Pérignon

The rumors say that there will be Kim / Kanye, Carmelo Anthony and Lenny Kravitz.

... In fact, the event promises very well: the visionary Dutch designer Iris Van Herpen and King Dom Perignon champagne to celebrate together the bottle "Metamorphosis", as well as the latest in the saga of customized-bottle "Power of Creation".

# 10 Walter Van Beirendonck and Bernhard Willhelm.

He is the Antwerp-based designer Walter Van Beirendonck as well as one of the legendary "Antwerp Six" and the other is the acclaimed designer of Los Angeles Bernhard Willhelm. The two, until mid-December will be part of "The World of Mr. Somebody & Mr. Nobody", an installation curated by Heidi Chisholm, Cathy Leff and Sharon Lombard that will allow exploration in their irreverent world.