Compulsive curator and serial entrepreneur Alex Mitow made his mark in the art world through a circuitous route. An early reveler in Miami's Art Basel/Wynwood renaissance, he then founded the street art bedecked Los Perros Locos restaurant in NYC's Lower East Side neighborhood. As his tastes evolved so did his artistic aspirations and he began creating pop-up art exhibitions, culminating with the very first Superfine! Miami in 2015 and then the very well-received second edition of the fair heralded by local and international media alike as a harbinger of a more accessible art market, in December 2016. He loves Shiba Inus, collecting original artwork and vintage barware, and lives in a contemporary art-fueled Morocco-meets-Manhattan deco paradise on Miami Beach.
Beyond his creative leadership within all Superfine! fairs and associated projects, James is an accomplished photographer and graphic designer who splits his time between Miami and NYC. His work has been featured in publications such as Artnet and Posture Magazine as well as in a solo show in New York's NoLiTa neighborhood, and as part of the Faces n2 exhibition at Galerie 55Bellechasse in Paris, France. He specializes in making things float and does in fact have two i's in his last name.
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Based in Miami, Deming Harriman is an independent artist whose Little River collective, DnA Studio, exhibited in the 2016 edition of Superfine! during Miami Art Week. A graduate of MICA in Baltimore, Deming's career began with illustrating children's books and evolved into a lifelong commitment to the arts including teaching and leadership positions at museums including The Wolfsonian on Miami Beach and the Museum of Contemporary Art in North Miami, as well as managing her own burgeoning fine art career.
Aside from Superfine!, Deming's artwork has been shown in a number of museums, galleries, and art fairs including the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, Coral Gables Museum, Baker Museum, Brisky Gallery, &gallery, and FU Gallery, as well as a featured Special Project solo exhibition at SCOPE Miami Beach in December 2016. She has also developed corporate partnerships with Royal Caribbean and currently has work featured on the cruise ships Quantum of the Seas, Anthem of the Seas, and Harmony of the Seas. Deming lives in Miami Beach with her two very fluffy semi-aquatic Newfoundland dogs and has only one "m" in her first name.
MEDIA + COMMUNITY OUTREACH - NEW YORK
Helmed by media-savvy sisters Maria and Suset Laboy-Perez, Lalaboy PR is a creative consulting, communications, branding, public relations and strategic planning firm. Ivy League educated, with a combined background in the social sciences and creative arts, Lalaboy’s founders use this understanding to support brands and help artists expand their presence and brand awareness throughout traditional, non-traditional, and digital media.
Lalaboy PR works with nonprofit organizations, lifestyle, culture, art and entertainment brands, high-profile leaders and campaigns to increase exposure through branding, press, social media, and strategic partnerships. They focus on uplifting messages of social impact related to art, culture, lifestyle, entertainment as well as philanthropy, progressive politics and community empowerment. They build and maintain strong relationships with both mainstream media and Latino media through a combination of old school public relations communication and alternative digital tools. You can find their work in the New York Times, WWD, Vibe Magazine, the Village Voice, Time Out NY, Latina Magazine, Huffington Post, Univisión, Telemundo, among many others. For more on Lalaboy PR: http://www.lalaboypr.com/
MEDIA + COMMUNITY OUTREACH - MIAMI
Voted "Best Flack" by Miami New Times in 2016, award-winning publicist JennyLee Molina and her eponymous agency JLPR always place passion and community first in their strategy. Her work has helped shape brands, placing them on the leading edge of popular culture. JennyLee is also one of the founders and the propelling force behind Hialeah's Leah Arts District, an urban re-imagination project supported by national brands including Pepsi and Jameson. JennyLee is a Miami native and thinks that there is no bad time for cafécito (but would prefer if you had your cup of Cuban crack at 3:05.)