Dr. Eduardo J. Padrón, President of Miami Dade College Co-Hosts the 2015 Global Fine Art Awards Ceremony

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Dr. Eduardo J. Padrón, President of Miami Dade College (MDC) states, “We are pleased to host the Global Fine Art Awards Ceremony.  As leaders in education and the arts, we applaud this initiative and all programs that create a larger audience for art and education.”

As appears in the post event press release, the college’s spokesperson states, “MDC and GFAA will engage in collaborative educational initiatives that support the ongoing academic research in organizing and implementing curatorial and artistic endeavors.”

12/1/15 press release

10/16/15 press release

About MDC Museum of Art + Design

MDC Museum of Art + Design (MOA+D) is Miami Dade College’s flagship institution dedicated to the presentation and exhibition of visual art and design, housed at the National Historic Landmark Freedom Tower at Miami Dade College in Downtown Miami. The mission of the Museum is to promote the appreciation and understanding of art and its role in society through direct engagement with original works of art from within the College’s extensive permanent collection and temporary exhibitions. Furthermore, the Museum presents year-round lectures, symposiums and art related events to expose, educate and engage the greater public through related creative processes.

 

For more information about the Global Fine Art Awards, please contact Judy Holm, GFAA President and CEO, (917) 589-0247, judyh@aspirationspr.com, http://www.globalfineartawards.org/.

 

For more information about MDC’s Museum of Art + Design, please call 305-237-7710, e-mail museum@mdc.edu, or visit www.mdcmoad.org.

MDC Media-only contacts: Juan Mendieta, MDC director of communications, 305-237-7611, jmendiet@mdc.edu; Hessy Fernandez, media relations director, 305-237-3949, hfernan5@mdc.edu; Sue Arrowsmith, 305-237-3710, sue.arrowsmith@mdc.edu, or Allison Horton, 305-237-3359, ahorton2@mdc.edu.

 

This and other MDC releases are available on the web at www.mdc.edu.

 

 

2015 Global Fine Art Award Winners, Finalists and Nominees

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The culmination of a year of research, deliberation and voting to recognize the best curated fine art and design exhibitions in the world ends in the revelation tonight of the 2015 winners of the nine Global Fine Art Awards – selected from 68 nominees in 19 countries, 5 continents and 42 cities.

The Global Fine Art Awards (GFAA) research and nominating committees reviewed over 1,000 exhibitions and installations in more than 200 museums and galleries, from which the GFAA judges selected 28 finalists and ultimately 8 Winners and 2 Honorable Mentions for the 2015 program.

The 9th and final award, “Youniversal,” was determined by public voting, which all nominees were eligible to win. Thousands of votes were cast during the voting period, from October 15th through November 1st, 2015.

Nominees and guests, patrons and sponsors of the GFAA program celebrated the 2015 awards at a black-tie event and ceremony this evening at the historic Freedom Tower at Miami Dade College, Co-Hosted by Miami Dade College President Dr. Eduardo J. Padron and Judy Holm, GFAA President and CEO.

GFAA judges Peter Trippi, Dean Phelus, Gina Costa and Dr. Barbara Aust-Wegemund selected the winners from 28 finalists in the following categories: Contemporary and Post-War Art; Impressionist and Modern Art; Renaissance, Baroque, Old Masters and Dynasties; Ancient Art; Public or Outdoor Installation or Exhibition, Design, Photography and Fringe.

In learning that the Moscow Kremlin Museum’s exhibition Charles Rennie Mackintosh: Manifest of the New Style wins the Youniversal award, Dr. Olga Dmitrieva, the Museum’s Deputy General Director of Education, and Professor, Faculty of History, Moscow State University says, “Arranging this exhibition we wanted to pay a tribute to the outstanding architect, artist and designer. Unfortunately, it also became a reminder of how fragile the works of art could be, even in the present day world. Once Mackintosh had expressed his philosophical reflections on art, asserting: “Art is a flower, life is a green leaf”. Both are vulnerable. But I do hope that with this project we made our humble contribution to the eternal triumph of life and art over death and destruction.”

 The J. Paul Getty Museum’s “Light, Paper, Process: Reinventing Photography” exhibition receives the award for best Photography.  Timothy Potts, Director of the J. Paul Getty Museum, says “On behalf of all of us at the J. Paul Getty Museum, in particular Virginia Heckert, the curator of Light, Paper, Process: Reinventing Photography, I want to thank the organizers and judges at the Global Fine Art Awards for selecting this extraordinary exhibition as the inaugural winner in the Photography category. We are all very proud.”

 11/30/15 GFAA press release AWARD WINNERS

THE 2015 GFAA WINNERS

Youniversal

Charles Rennie Mackintosh: Manifest of the New Style / Moscow Kremlin Museum / Moscow, Russia

Best Contemporary / Post-War

America Is Hard to See / Whitney Museum of American Art / NYC, USA

Best Impressionist / Modern

Discovering the Impressionists: Paul Durand-Ruel and the New Painting / Philadelphia Museum of Art / Philadelphia, USA

Honorable Mention

Frida Kahlo: Art * Garden * Life / New York Botanical Gardens / NYC, USA

Best Renaissance, Baroque, Old Masters, Dynasties

Sultans of Deccan India, 1500-1700: Opulence and Fantasy / The Metropolitan Museum of Art / NYC, USA

Honorable Mention

Ming: 50 years that changed China / The British Museum / London, England

Best Ancient Art

Power and Pathos: Bronze Sculpture of the Hellenistic World / Palazzo Strozzi / Florence, Italy and The J. Paul Getty Museum / Los Angeles, U.S.A.

Best Public or Outdoor Installation

Venice, Italy Jaume Plensa: Together / Venice Art Biennale 2015 (Basilica di San Giorgio) / Venice, Italy

Best Design

New Territories: Laboratories for Design, Craft and Art in Latin America / The Museum of Arts and Design / NYC, USA

Best Photography

Light, Paper, Process: Reinventing Photography / The J. Paul Getty Museum / Los Angeles, USA

Best Fringe / Alternative

The Maboneng Township Art Experience: Turning their homes into art galleries / Johannesburg and Cape Town South Africa

 

GFAA FINALISTS 2015

As covered in the Miami Herald 10/1/15 

Twenty-eight of the best exhibitions produced around the world during the past year were selected by a prestigious jury of art professionals today.  All Nominees for the eight Global Fine Art Awards (GFAA) will be honored at the award ceremony on Monday, November 30, 2015 in the historic Freedom Tower at Miami Dade College.

While the Jury votes to award the winners in each of the eight categories, the public will vote for their favorite exhibition to select the best exhibition of the year.  The Youniversal Award, based on cumulative popular votes, is the ninth and final award in the program, and will also be announced at the live ceremony event. Online voting starts October 15 and continues through November 1, 2015.

 

Nominees and Finalists include exhibitions from many of the most important museums in the world: The Whitney, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; LACMA and The J. Paul Getty Museum in LA; Seattle, and Philadelphia Museums of Art; The British Museum, Tate Britain and Tate Modern, London; The Louvre, Le Grand Palais and Le Petit Palais in Paris; the Palazzo Strozzi in Florence, the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, The State Hermitage and the Moscow Kremlin in Russia.

Peter Trippi, Editor in Chief of Fine Art Connoisseur magazine and GFAA Judge, says,

“Consider how hard art museum professionals work to conceive and organize their temporary exhibitions and installations of art and design, and also how much money their institutions spend to mount and tour them.  Now ask yourself: how are the best of these projects honored, after the lights have dimmed and the loaned artworks have headed home? Oddly, in a world teeming with award ceremonies for seemingly every possible artistic activity, there is no program that recognizes such exhibitions.”

This award program features some of the most innovative, important and thought-provoking public works of art as well, such as the Anish Kapoor installation at Chateau de Versailles, “Frida Kahlo: Art*Garden*Life” staged in the New York Botanical Garden and three nominees from the Venice Biennale 2015- by artists Chiharu Shiota, Sarah Sze and Jaume Plensa.

The GFAA Jury recognizes exhibitions from museums, private collections and galleries of renowned artists and designers spanning the history of time.  Artists range from contemporary and modern artists- On Kawara, Agnes Martin, Shirin Neshat, Sol Lewitt, Arne Quinze, and Charles Rennie Mackintosh, to renaissance and masters- del Sarto, da Vinci, Rubens, Velazquez, and Rembrandt.

Themed and sweeping period shows are well represented, with “Sultans of Deccan India, 1500-1700: Opulence and Fantasy” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, “Ming: 50 years that changed China” at The British Museum, “Ireland: Crossroads of Art and Design 1690-1840” at the Art Institute Chicago and two major shows on Impressionism- The Artist’s Garden: “Impressionism and the Garden Movement,” The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; and “Discovering the Impressionists: Paul Durand-Ruel and the New Painting,” at Philadelphia Museum of Art, and earlier in the year at the Musée du Luxembourg in Paris and in London’s National Gallery.

 

Exhibition Museum/Gallery/ Space Country City
CONTEMPORARYAmerica is Hard to See Whitney Museum of American Art USA NYC
Islamic Art Now: Contemporary Art of the Middle East Los Angeles County Museum of Art USA Los Angeles
Agnes Martin Tate Modern England London
Shirin Neshat: Art in exile The Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden USA Washington, DC
Disguise: Masks and Global African Art Seattle Art Museum USA Seattle
MODERN
The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism and the Garden Movement The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts USA Philadelphia
Discovering the Impressionists: Paul Durand-Ruel and the New Painting Philadelphia Museum of Art / Musée du Luxembourg / National Gallery USA / France/ England Philadelphia / Paris / London
Frida Kahlo: Art * Garden * Life New York Botanical Gardens USA NYC
MASTERS/DYNASTIESAndrea del Sarto: The Renaissance Workshop in Action The J. Paul Getty Museum USA Los Angeles
The Baroque Underworld – Vice and Destitution in Rome Le Petit Palais France Paris
Sultans of Deccan India, 1500-1700: Opulence and Fantasy The Metropolitan Museum of Art USA NYC
Ming: 50 years that changed China The British Museum England London
ANCIENTAssyria to Iberia at the Dawn of the Classical Age The Metropolitan Museum of Art USA NYC
The Saga of the Thracian Kings, Archaeological Discoveries in Bulgaria The Louvre France Paris
Power and Pathos: Bronze Sculpture of the Hellenistic World Palazzo Strozzi / The J. Paul Getty Museum Italy / USA Florence / Los Angeles
PUBLICChiharu Shiota: The Key in the Hand Japan Pavilion/Venice Art Biennale 2015 Italy Venice
Jaume Plensa: Together Venice Biennale 2015 (Basilica di San Giorgio) Italy Venice
Arne Quinze: The Passenger Mons Belgium Mons
Kapoor Versailles Chateau de Versailles France Versailles
DESIGNIreland: Crossroads of Art and Design, 1690–1840 Art Institute Chicago USA Chicago
Charles Rennie Mackintosh: Manifest of the New Style Moscow Kremlin Museum Russia Moscow
New Territories: Laboratories for Design, Craft and Art in Latin America The Museum of Arts and Design USA NYC
PHOTOGRAPHYLight, Paper, Process: Reinventing Photography The J. Paul Getty Museum USA Los Angeles
Gordon Parks: Segregation Story High Museum of Art USA Atlanta
Esko Mannikko: Time Flies, A Highlight Collezione Maramotti/Kunsthalle Helsinki Italy Reggio Emilia
FRINGECreative Time/Central Park Conservancy: Drifting in Daylight Central Park NYC USA NYC
Sarah Sze: All The World’s Futures Arsenale Venice Biennale Italy Venice
Turning their homes into art galleries Johannesburg and Cape Town South Africa South Africa Cape Town and Johannesburg

 

GFAA 2015 NOMINEES

9/1/15 The Global Fine Art Awards Selects 2015 Nominees

The total slate represents a diverse range of size, style and provenance; with 24 of the GFAA nominees from the top 100 art museums visited in the world (April 2014, The Art Newspaper).

The basis for the research and selection of nominees is ongoing and thorough review of over 50 sources of art editorial and critique. More than 200 museums and 1,000 exhibitions are vetted during the process.

GFAA judges will select winners in the following award 8 categories: Contemporary and Post-War; Impressionist and Modern; Renaissance, Baroque, Old Masters and Dynasties; Ancient Art; Photography; Design; Fringe/Alternative; Public or Outdoor Installation. “Youniversal,” the ninth award, recognizes the most popular nominee, and is selected by public voting on the GFAA website and social media.

The judges’ panel includes Peter Trippi, editor-in-chief of Fine Art Connoisseur magazine American Alliance of Museums’ Senior Director of Leadership Programs, Dean Phelus; Gina Costa, art historian and curator, previously from the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Art Institute of Chicago; and Dr. Barbara Aust-Wegemund, international lecturer, art history consultant and curator.

About the GFAA Program:

 The GFAA program honors innovation in design, historical context, educational value, and public appeal. The program’s mission is to develop interest and passion for fine art, and further its educational role in society.

This award program recognizes and rewards the best fine art exhibitions and installations of the past year (Aug 1, 2014 – Jul 31, 2015).  Eight awards are juried, and a ninth award, “Youniversal,” is determined by public voting.  The program consists of a digital platform, with videos, social media and website (www.globalfineartawards.org), and a live award ceremony in Miami on Monday, November 30, 2015.

The 68 nominees of the 2015 award program include exhibitions from 19 countries, 5 continents and 42 cities.

 

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About MDC Museum of Art + Design

 

MDC Museum of Art + Design (MOA+D) is Miami Dade College’s flagship institution dedicated to the presentation and exhibition of visual art and design, housed at the National Historic Landmark Freedom Tower at Miami Dade College in Downtown Miami. The mission of the Museum is to promote the appreciation and understanding of art and its role in society through direct engagement with original works of art from within the College’s extensive permanent collection and temporary exhibitions. Furthermore, the Museum presents year-round lectures, symposiums and art related events to expose, educate and engage the greater public through related creative processes.

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FOR MORE INFORMATION

 

About the Global Fine Art Awards:
please contact Judy Holm, GFAA President and CEO, +1.917.589.0247 judyh@aspirationspr.com

http://www.globalfineartawards.org/

About MDC’s Museum of Art + Design:

please contact the museum at 305-237-7710 or museum@mdc.edu, or visit www.mdcmoad.org.

MDC Media-only contacts:

Juan Mendieta, MDC director of communications, 305-237-7611, jmendiet@mdc.edu; Hessy Fernandez, media relations director, 305-237-3949, hfernan5@mdc.edu; Sue Arrowsmith, 305-237-3710, sue.arrowsmith@mdc.edu, or Allison Horton, 305-237-3359, ahorton2@mdc.edu.

 

2014 Global Fine Art Awards

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Presenting the 2014 Global Fine Art Award Winners and Finalists

 

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Twenty-five of the best exhibitions produced around the world during the past year were selected by a prestigious jury of art professionals.  These finalists for the five GFAA awards are honored with original videos paired with curated music, now on the GFAA Youtube.  All videos were presented live, and the award winners revealed, on Monday, December, 1 2014 in Miami, FL.

 

Highlights from nominees include: The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; LACMA and Getty Museum in LA; Le Petit Palais in Paris and Louvre-Lens; Seattle, Indianapolis, Boston and Philadelphia Museums of Art; The National Gallery, London and London’s Arts Council, the Palazzo Strozzi in Florence, Italy and the Brouq Natural Reserve in Qatar.

 

This award program features some of the most innovative and important exhibitions across the globe, and includes several massive period shows, like “Paris 1900: The City of Entertainment” and the “Treasures… from the Korean Joseon 500-year Dynasty.”

 

The GFAA Jury also recognizes many solo-artist shows of the most renowned artists spanning the history of time.  Artists whose works are among the finalists range from contemporary artists Vik Muniz, Kara Walker, Xu Bing, Steinnun Thorarinsdottir, Jaume Plensa, David Hockney, Mira Schendel and Robert Indiana, to masters Caravaggio, Canaletto and El Greco.

 

The Youniversal Award

While the Jury deliberation process selected the winners in each of the five categories, the public voted for their favorite exhibition on the GFAA website.  The Youniversal Award is the sixth and final award in the GFAA program, and was also unveiled in Miami on December 1, 2014 at the live ceremony event.  All nominees were eligible to win. Thousands of votes were cast during the voting period, from October 16 through November 15, 2014.

 

Presenting the 2014 Global Fine Art Award Winners

After extensive research and deliberation of over 1,000 exhibitions and installations in more than 200 museums and galleries, the GFAA jury has selected five winners for the 2014 Global Fine Art Awards (GFAA).  The judges’ voting was extremely close in both Contemporary and Modern categories, which drew from a very large number of nominated exhibitions. As a result, the GFAA also officially recognizes two additional exhibitions with Honorable Mention.

Winners, nominees and guests, patrons and sponsors of the GFAA celebrated the awards at a private event and ceremony this evening hosted by the GFAA organizers and sponsors at Villa Azur in Miami Beach, FL.

In learning that the Museum of Fine Arts Boston’s exhibition created from her collection (CIFO Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation) won the award for best Contemporary and Post-War art, Miami-based Ella Fontanals Cisneros says, “I am proud to receive the Global Fine Art Award for Permission to be Global and would like to thank the Jury and organizers of this memorable event”.

Receiving both Honorable Mention for the Contemporary Art Award, and the YOUniversal Award for David Hockney: A Bigger Exhibition, Richard Benefield, Deputy Director of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco says, “The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco are proud to share this award with David Hockney and Gregory Evans and the many, many people who contributed in so many ways to make the exhibition a reality. I, personally, want to thank the President of our Board of Trustees, Diane B. Wilsey, whose idea it was to have a David Hockney show in the first place, and who then encouraged me to make the show really great. I think we succeeded.”

 

The GFAA judges Dean Phelus, Peter Trippi and Cathy Leff, selected the winners from 25 finalists in the following categories: Contemporary and Post-War Art; Impressionist and Modern Art; Renaissance, Baroque, Old Masters and Dynasties; Ancient Art; Public or Outdoor Installation or Exhibition.  All five juried winners and the sixth award winner, YOUniveral, receive a bronze trophy-sculpture created by UNESCO artist for Peace, Hedva Ser.

 

THE 2014 GFAA WINNERS

BEST Contemporary or Post-War exhibition:

Permission to be Global/Practicas Globales: Ella Fontanals-Cisneros Collection, Museum of Fine Art, Boston

 

BEST Impressionist or Modern Art exhibition:

Paris 1900: The City of Entertainment, Le Petit Palais, Paris, France

 

BEST Renaissance, Baroque, Old Masters or Dynasties exhibition:

Treasures from Korea: Arts and Culture of the Joseon Dynasty, 1392-1910, Philadelphia Museum of Art and National Museum of Korea

 

BEST Ancient Art exhibition:

Pompeii: Life on the Volcano, Kunsthalle, Munich, Germany

 

BEST Public or Outdoor Installation:

Kara Walker: A Subtlety, or the Marvelous Sugar Baby, Creative Time/Domino Sugar Factory, NYC

 

YOUniversal Award:

David Hockney: A Bigger Exhibition, de Young, Fine Arts Museums, San Francisco

 

HONORABLE MENTION Contemporary or Post-War exhibition:

David Hockney: A Bigger Exhibition, de Young, Fine Arts Museums, San Francisco

 

HONORABLE MENTION Impressionist or Modern Art exhibition:

The Scandalous Art of James Ensor, Getty Museum, Los Angeles

 

The GFAA Finalists

The finalists, their respective museum or organizer, and location – listed by award category, are:

 

Contemporary and Post War Art
Mira Schendel, Tate Modern, London, England
Aujourd’hui le monde est mort: Hiroshi Sugimoto, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France
Vik Muniz: Closer to the Image, MAC Lima, Peru
Permission to be Global/Practicas Globales: Ella Fontanals-Cisneros Collection, Museum of Fine Art, Boston
The Essential Robert Indiana, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis
Other Primary Structures, Jewish Museum, NYC
David Hockney: A Bigger Exhibition, de Young/Fine Art Museums, San Francisco
 Impressionist and Modern Art
Paris 1900: The City of Entertainment , Petit Palais, Paris, France
Charles Marville: Photographer of Paris, National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C./Metropolitan Museum, NYC
The Scandalous Art of James Ensor, Getty Museum, Los Angeles
Italian Futurism 1909-1944: Reconstructing the Universe, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, NYC
Renaissance, Baroque, Old Masters and Dynasties
Strange Beauty: Masters of the German Renaissance, National Gallery, London, England
Caravaggio to Canaletto, The Glory of Italian Baroque and Rococo Painting, Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Hungary
Pontormo e Rosso Fiorentino, Palazzo Strozzi, Florence, Italy
El Greco’s Library, Museo del Prado, Madrid, Spain
Treasures from Korea: Arts and Culture of the Joseon Dynasty, 1392-1910, Philadelphia Museum of Art/ National Museum of Korea, Philadelphia
 Ancient Art
The Etruscans and the Mediterranean: the City of Cervetery, Musee du Louvre Lens, Lens France
Pompeii: Life on the Volcano, Kunsthalle, Munich, Germany
Lost Kingdoms, Metropolitan Museum, NYC 
Public or Outdoor Installation or Exhibition
Uncommon Ground, Arts Council Collection / Southbank Centre, London, England
Rachel Feinstein, Madison Square Park/Marianne Boesky Gallery, NYC
Borders by Steinunn Thorarinsdottir, Grant Park, Chicago
Kara Walker: A Subtlety, or the Marvelous Sugar Baby, Creative Time/Domino Sugar Factory, NYC
Phoenix by Xu Bing, The Cathedral of St. John the Divine, NYC
Echo by Jaume Plensa, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle

 

About the GFAA Program:

 The GFAA program honors innovation in design, historical context, educational value, and public appeal. Our mission is to develop interest and passion for fine art, and further its educational role in society.

This award program recognizes and rewards the best fine art exhibitions and installations of the past year (Aug 1, 2013 – Jul 31, 2014).  Five awards are juried, and a sixth award, “Youniversal,” is determined by public voting.  The program consists of a digital platform, with social media and website (www.globalfineartawards.org), and a live award ceremony in Miami on Monday, December 1, 2014.

 

 

 

Personal Branding – Judy Holm was a Featured Presenter at Mashable’s Social Media Day 2014

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It was an honor and a  fantastic experience to present at the Mashable Social Media Day 2014 in Miami.  With over 1,000 registered attendees, the day was filled with great energy, trends in all aspects of social media and incredible people.

 

 

Adrienne Arsht Center Miami

 

 

One of the attendees, Emily Gibson, wrote:“I loved the event. I got some fabulous tips and I thought your presentation was the most relevant for everyone. I believe the quote about fear is my new motto.”

Personal Branding presentation is linked here:

Personal Branding – 10 steps to success

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Featured article and interview in Bons Baisers de Miami

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http://www.bonsbaisersdemiami.com/tattoos-city/

When Bons Baisers de Miami interviewed Ms. Holm about her favorite lunch spots…

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http://www.bonsbaisersdemiami.com/girls-lunch-miami/

My favorite lunch spot is…”it depends”:
For power business meetings, the Four Seasons in Brickell.
For relaxing and calm ambiance, BLT at the Betsy
For the view and people watching, The Standard
On the weekends, La Goulue at Bal Harbour
Judy Holm, Founder Aspirations PR

 

 

Art+Auction: Power 100 Art Basel Miami Beach 2013

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Dec 2, 2013 , on one of the busiest evenings during Art Basel, produced the largest “Power 100” event for Art+Auction magazine in the luxurious  8,000 sq. foot Villa Azur, Miami Beach

Over 300 people attended, hosted  President of Blouin Media

VIPs from the art world, editors, publishers, collectors and partners enjoyed a hosted cocktail event.

Sponsors included Sotheby’s International Realty, Champagne Nicolas Feuillate and Hendrick’s Gin

Art work on exhibit from Helene Lamarque Gallery of Paris – including pieces by world renowned Orlan

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Unprecedented results:

•100% more guests than in prior years
•200% more awardees also attended the event
•The entire event was produced with no expenses incurred for the client – all was paid by in-kind sponsorship
•Additional cash sponsorships were negotiated to provided additional revenues to the client

•Pre and post coverage of the event was extensive: artinfo.com produced a feature video which appeared for 1 month on the home page as well as a permanent photo slideshow on the site; Art+Auction cover story Dec, and they and Modern Painters featured the event in January issues

 

 

Nicolas Feuillate ~ launches a new rose cuvee

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Art Stars ~ charity event for the Humane Society

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Art Stars 2013

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Arts and Culture Council of Miami Beach – Chamber of Commerce

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ice Chair, Arts and Culture Council

Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce

Miami Beach, FL

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This Chamber of Commerce Council was formed to enrich and elevate the importance and success of arts and culture in Miami. We develop programs and communication to support this mission.

Ms. Holm is a regular contributor to the Miami Beach News – editor of a column entitled Arts and Culture (PRE)view and (RE)view.

3/28/14 – CEO Jerry Libbin wrote:

I want to thank you for all of the efforts that you have put into making our Chamber a vital player in the Cultural Arts community. Your energy and enthusiasm are a tremendous asset along with your strong professional knowledge and commitment to your clients. I wish you much continued success and look forward to seeing you at many upcoming cultural arts events.

All the best,

Jerry Libbin

President & CEO
Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce