A large part of the reason art has become such a focus in new developments is that the buyer’s relationship with fine art has changed. More people feel like experts and connoisseurs and want to live surrounded by celebrated paintings, sculptures and other works of art. PARAMOUNT Miami Worldcenter is the latest development to don their public spaces with world-class pieces you want to come home to, including the dramatic Red World by Steven Manolis and a dreamy untitled floating sculpture by Tatiana Blanco. The latest two pieces added to their “Contemporary Collection,” are a 12 ft. x 15 ft. masterpiece by Ahol Sniffs Glue that was painted live on site in front of select guests and a second piece of similar scale, joining a curated art collection in the building that will soon include over 82 pieces and will be showcased during Art Basel 2019. The diversity of the collection is sure to please the equally diverse buyer pool from 57 countries; PARAMOUNTMiami.com.
Billionaire philanthropist, entrepreneur and contemporary art collector Jorge M. Pérez unveiled his highly anticipated experimental arts center, El Espacio 23, with an intimate preview event for local community leaders and South Florida cultural luminaries
Turkey with stuffing. The Christmas ham. Blackeyed peas, cornbread and collard greens for good luck in the New Year. Enough holiday food. It’s time to remember that we live in the south and nothing is more tropical than delicious, nutritious avocados.