Art Basel Miami December 5-9
Art Basel Miami is arguably one of the worlds largest art festivals drawing celebrities, art investors, galleries, and artists from across the planet. Miami Beach, in December, is a must go destination. It is sunny, the humidity has dropped, and the temperatures are heavenly. If you’re an art collector, there is no reason to be anywhere else during Art Basel Miami. Although there are participating galleries and exhibits across the Miami metro area, the action and nightlife is centered on South Beach. Superfine! touches down at the Art Deco Welcome Center in the heart of Miami Beach, December 5-9, 2018, with a splash of 45 booths from independent solo artists and galleries from around the globe.
Sam Dobrow will be exhibiting with Superfine! at the Art Deco Welcome Center (10th St and Ocean Drive). Sam will host a solo exhibit in a large artist booth where he will showcase works from the Surreality Collection and other bodies of work. The Oceana Series, which features surreal photography of iconic Ocean Drive Art Deco architecture, couldn’t be situated in a more appropriate venue than the Art Deco Center. Visitors during Art Basel will experience the vibe of South Beach and then be launched into the “alternative South Beach world” of Sam’s surreal art inside the Welcome Center.
Please mark your calendar and plan to attend. The opening night Vernissage has limited availability. Reserve your tickets early [here]. Sam Dobrow will have a few complimentary passes. Contact Sam to be placed on the invitation list. Prior clients will have first priority.
Built on the ethos of accessibility and transparency (read: you will find artwork you love, and you can afford it!), Superfine! has made its mark on the Miami and global art scene over the past four years, adding fairs in New York, Washington DC, and New York to its roster along with its annual Miami fair. Eager art fanatics and collectors are invited to join fair impresarios Alex Mitow and James Miille for an ethereal Twilight Vernissage first look on Wednesday, December 6th. Then comes a weekend of programming that includes the fair’s ever-popular Young Collectors’ Ice Cream Social and panel discussions at the intersection of art and science, focused on Miami’s unique position at the forefront of the battle against climate change and rising seas.
The most important thing about Superfine! is the art: there’s plenty of it, and it’s good. Best of all, the fair enforces a spread of pricing that’s friendly to not only longtime collectors but also those who have never collected before, and want to. Expect to discover the perfect piece to take home and call your own, whether your budget is in the few hundred or the few thousand dollar range.
About Sam Dobrow
Sam Dobrow is a contemporary photographic artist who lives and works in the artist village of Coconut Grove, Florida. In the digital darkroom, Sam continues to test the boundaries of photography. All of his artwork begins in the camera and evolves into images with intensely beautiful constructs amplified by his emotions and perceptions of the world and its inhabitants. Whether it is a street scene, portrait or figurative works, Sam captures beauty by presenting subjects shaped by light, framed by strong graphical elements, and emotionally supercharged by the thoughtful choice of color.
According to Sam, the art of photography begins with a feeling, followed by seeing through the camera with anticipation, and ultimately developing an image that speaks to that feeling.
Sam’s artwork is represented and exhibited nationally and internationally by the International Contemporary Art Society and the Saphira and Ventura Gallery in Midtown New York City.
Sam’s limited edition artwork is produced on modern media including giclée prints face mounted on acrylic, dye sublimation onto aluminum, and chromagenic prints mounted on acetate sheets in seamless page book formats.