Five Must-See Artists at Spectrum Miami and Red Dot Miami

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“Two fairs under one roof” only” returns to Mana Wynwood Convention Center in Miami, November 30—December 4, starting with Wednesday’s Opening Night VIP Preview

Here are some must-see artists exhibiting at Spectrum Miami and Red Dot Miami this year.

Briana Fitzpatrick (Spectrum Miami, Booth 1506)

Briana Fitzpatrick is a multi-disciplinary artist who uses a combination of different arts such as dance, gymnastics, martial arts, head-hand balance and flexibility to create works of art. unique and outstanding creativity. pictures. Influenced by a career in professional dance and training in gymnastics, archery, and other arts, Briana Fitzpatrick has developed a distinctive identity and artistic expression to develop. growing collection of oil and acrylic paints.

Natalia Fedner (Red Dot Miami, Booth 318)

Natalia Fedner is a couture designer based in Los Angeles. She was born in Ukraine and immigrated to Columbus, Ohio as a child. She moved to New York and then Paris to attend Parsons School of Design and study haute couture techniques. During her studies and after graduation, Natalia worked for Calvin Klein Collection, Donna Karan Collection and Marc Jacobs. Natalia is known for creating cutting-edge jewelry and designs for celebrities including Beyoncé, Jennifer Lopez, Cher, Janet Jackson, Charlize Theron, Alicia Keys, Lenny Kravitz, Cardi B, Megan Thee Stallion, Shakira, Kim Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, Kylie Jenner, Kourtney Kardashian, Kristen Stewart and Sharon Stone, among others. Her designs have graced the runways in Paris and NYC, and were displayed on the chic windows of Bergdorf Goodman and Saks Fifth Avenue in NYC.

Juan Pablo Zapata is a Miami-based artist who works with a flexible, instinctive approach to human emotion through movement, color, and form.? Born in Colombia in the small town of “El Carmen de Atrato – Chocó”, Juan Pablo moved to the US at the age of 23, and while creating art he worked in the luxury watch industry before leaving his job. himself to engage in his craft. His exquisite acrylic on canvas works are inspired by Dali, Rubens, Kandinsky and Caravaggio. Art Business News

John Arena “The Artist Picks the Guitar” (Red Dot Miami, Artblend Booth 601-602)

During the pandemic, many people discover new interests and hobbies but John Arena in California discovered he has a very unique talent. He pairs iconic rock stars out of hundreds, sometimes thousands, of guitars. Soon he began to be noticed by galleries in Miami and NYC and his works were selling for thousands of dollars, with growing attention from the musicians themselves. John’s Alice Cooper artwork sold at auction for $120,000 at the rocker’s annual Christmas Pudding fundraiser.

Andrea Croteau (Red Dot Miami, K-Art Projects Booth 200)

Andre Croteau creates “luxury frills” – oil paintings made of resin, impregnated with textiles that evoke a glossy, shiny feeling of life, energy and happiness for those who experience them. Originally seeking a contemporary sensibility, which could capture his love for the brilliance of stained glass, Croteau created a chic and organic style that was combined with a blend of of color, gloss, movement and depth. Croteau trained formally at New York’s renowned Fashion Institute of Technology and remained in New York for most of her fashion career, creating for luxury homes such as Saks Fifth Avenue, Piero Dimitri Couture, Paul Stuart and Alexander Julian, before moving to Miami.

Miami Spectrum Fair

Spectrum Miami and Red Dot Miami attract more than 35,000 visitors and high-income collectors to interact with a specially curated program that celebrates the fine arts experience with music, entertainment, and events. other special. Both fairs have emerged as one of Miami’s most attended cultural events, highlighting thousands of creative works by the world’s top talent.

The Opening night preview for Spectrum Miami and Red Dot Miami will take place from 6:00pm to 9:00pm on Wednesday, November 30, featuring Pommery champagne, other wines, appetizers and musical entertainment. Opening Night preview tickets cost $75 per person. Regular 1-day admission for Spectrum Miami and Red Dot Miami is $35 and includes Opening Night preview tickets when purchased online in advance, or $35 online and at the door starting December 1. The 5-day pass including the Night Preview Admission Ticket is $100 by pre-purchase online or $125 online starting November 30.


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