Dolphin Artists at Superfine!
At Superfine! - The Fair, when we say "art for all", we really mean it! Accompanying our talented array of global artists this December will be a team of artists who paint not with their hands but their rostrums (read: mouths), and it's all for a good cause.
Superfine! NYC 2017
From May 4-7, 2017, Superfine! presented its inaugural New York edition of the art fair that has taken Miami by storm the past two years. Superfine! has been spreading the message that everyone should collect artwork at all price ranges--without sacrificing quality. This third overall rendition of the fair brought this message to life, with collectors ranging from Frieze Art Fair VIP members to the guy running the bar.
Superfine! Miami 2016
The second edition of Superfine! The Fairest Fair hit Miami Art Week with a bang. With over 40 international exhibitors (more than half of them from Miami) the 2016 Midtown Miami edition combined a curated survey of well-priced visual art with a strong performance and education backbone to create a fair that serves the needs of its exhibitors while providing a refreshing and dynamic space for attendees. Superfine! exists to humanize the art world by building and sustaining an innovative platform for the passionate people who create and showcase art. By removing the many layers of cost typically absorbed by the collector, we are thus able to deliver high-quality, accessibly-priced artwork directly to both new and established collectors, providing a breath of fresh air into the stolid and opaque art world of yore.
Secret Art Loft - A Private Dim Sum Dinner Party
On March 4, Superfine! The Fairest Fair hosted a private Chinatown loft dim sum dinner party during Armory Week, complete with craft cocktails and wine, dim sum from Nom Wah, and a special DJ set by Carlos Charlie. The dinner, hosted alongside All Mad Here and Organized Chaos Curation, featured new work by Buenos Aires native, Brooklyn-based artist Ramiro Davaro-Comas.
Superfine! In the Studio º1 /// Michelle Weinberg
To kick off the Superfine! Collectors’ Society's first Superfine! in the Studio, we invited Miami natives and visitors to a private tour of passionate and prolific artist Michelle Weinberg’s Little River studio within the booming Rail71 complex. The afternoon began with hand-crafted cocktails and light bites and ended with the sunset over the gleaming railroad tracks leading westward. Michelle Weinberg tirelessly juggles between a dozen projects a day and is certain to delight you with her countless works of art.
Arte al Fresco - A Superfine! Collectors' Society Dinner in Mexico City
During 2017's Zona Maco Week in CDMX, Superfine! partnered with Noox to bring a traditional Yucatan-style dinner to the roof of a repurposed factory in the Anzures neighborhood. Superfine! The Fairest Fair will be coming to New York this May during Frieze Art Week, Mexico City this September during Galería Weekend, and Miami this December during Miami Art Week.
Miami Influence: A Superfine! Salon Series Event at Trina Turk | Mr Turk
On October 27, Superfine! and Trina Turk collaborated to bring you a one-night fashion-meets-art exposé featuring affordably priced artwork by surreal photo master James Miille.
The entire online catalogue of James' work can be found at www.jamesmiille.com/miamiinfluence.
Little River's Night of Light - A One Night Miami Culture Crawl
On June 25th, 2016, the team behind the Superfine! art fair and creative art consultancy The JAMM Project, along with 25 independent spaces, lit up the Little River and Little Haiti neighborhoods in the very first Little River's Night of Light. Designed as an exercise in community arts programming, the inaugural Night of Light garnered attention from the Miami Herald and local bloggers as well as over 5000 attendees who traversed the galleries, creative hubs, and artists' studios throughout the Little River Art District and other reaches of Miami's Little Haiti neighborhood. Nearby nabes got involved too, as a co-sponsored installation by collective Nice'N Easy floated gracefully in the pool at the restored Vagabond Hotel in the MiMo District, and cocktails flowed to retro tunes at The Anderson. All told, Night of Light transcended the boundaries of a single neighborhood and illuminated a path less traveled in order to expose expose adventurous Miamians to the amazing efforts of the myriad artists and artrepreneurs who call these creative enclaves home.