Art Basel Miami Beach events


M21 ­ IFAC @ Scope Miami and Art Basel Miami Beach 2006
Curated by Lee Wells

Featuring an all video and new media program of emerging and mid career artists that includes the work of Hackworth Ashley, Stephanie Lempert, Bill Dolson, Gerald Förster, Christina McPhee, G.H. Hovagimyan, Josephin Böttiger, Erin O¹Hara, Cecilie Dahl, Lara Allen, Raphaele Shirley, Nico Smith, Hasty+Hasty, Jason Van Anden, George Barber, Melissa Schubeck, Aaron Miller, Chris Borkowski and more.
Also featuring a special presentation of works by Slater Bradley, Zilla Leutenegger and Oliver Herring from the collection of Matthew Schwartz.

M21 ­ The Museum of 21st Century Art
Booth 86

Place: Roberto Clemente Park
101 NW 34th Street (at NW 2nd Avenue)
Wynwood Art District, Miami

Shuttle from Art Basel and TownHouse leaving every 30 minutes
For more info go to
Dates: December 6-10, 2006 10am-8pm Daily
VIP/Press Preview Brunch Thursday December 7th, 10 AM ­ 2PM
VIP Benefit Thursday December 7th, 6 PM ­ 9 PM


M21--The Museum of 21st Century Art and The Scope Foundation proudly inaugurate their first exhibition, Helios Oceanus. Featuring award-winning multi-channel video artworks of Janet Biggs, Andrea Juan, and Christina McPhee at the Gansevoort South, located at 2399 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. There will be complimentary valet and entrance on 24th street. The reception will take place on Wednesday, December 6, 2006, 7 pm ­ 11 pm and will be open through December 10th.

Gansevoort South 2399 Collins Avenue (Entrance at 24th St) Miami Beach
Complementary valet entrance at 24th Street 2 blocks north of the Bass Museum and Art Basel Positions
Dates December 6-10, 2006 12pm-8pm Daily
Reception Wednesday, December 6, 7pm ­ 11 pm

For more information please contact or call 917 723 2524
WWW.M21-ART.ORG <http://WWW.M21-ART.ORG>


Rules of Engagement

For a second year the Guerrilla Media Vehicle takes to the streets of Miami and the Beach to spread the words and images of socially aware international artists in a program of new video art. Stretching the boundaries and definitions of contemporary video in a mobile format that brings the art to the people in a beautiful yet confrontational way.

Evenings from December 6 ­ 10, 5-11pm.

Tasman Richardson, G.H. Hovagimyan, Jemima Wyman, Chris Bors, Beatrice Valentine Amhrein, Hackworth Ashley, [dNASAb], Stephanie Lempert, Christopher Coleman, George Barber, Marisa Olsen, Hasty + Hasty, Hooliganship, Plus others


Cinema-Scope Best of the Best
In collaboration with Gen Art and Perpetual Art Machine
Chief Curated by Lee Wells

Curators were invited to organize short video programs.
December 7, 2006, 6 pm ­ 8 pm

Curated by Raphaele Shirley, Chris Borkowski, Christina Vassallo , Melissa Schubeck, Aaron Miller, and Lee Wells


[PAM] is very proud to announce that the project has been chosen along with 17 featured video artists at Art Basel Miami Beach 2006.
«Art Video Lounge»: A new way to look at video art
curated by Michael Rush of the Rose Art Museum

[PAM] the Perpetual Art Machine @ Scope Miami and Art Basel Miami Beach 2006
Organized by the artists Raphaele Shirley, Aaron Miller, Lee Wells and Chris

For Scope Miami, [PAM] the Perpetual Art Machine creates a large-scale 2 channel interactive video experience allowing the viewer to choose from more than 1000 videos from 500 emerging and established artists from 100 countries.

In its fourth collaboration with Scope this year [PAM]¹s organizers, Raphaele Shirley, Aaron Miller, Lee Wells and Chris Borkowski take the installation to new levels both at Scope and online through a refined user interface and by premiering its new mobile website for the first time at Scope Miami PAM Mobile was made possible through a collaboration with Philippe Coup-Jambet of Takora Media.

Perpetual Art Machine is a growing artist community, archive, research project and traveling installation analyzing new contemporary trends in international video art. For more information about PAM please go to

Hope to see some you out at the events.

Originally posted on Raw by LEE WELLS