Indepth Arts News: |
2000-01-14 until 2000-01-16
Miami Beach, FL,
USA United States of America
Make your plans today to celebrate the first Modernism show of the Millennium! The 7th annual MIAMI MODERNISM show returns to Miami Beach,
January 14 -16, 2000. This internationally-recognized show features 65 outstanding exhibitors representing all major design and fine art movements from 1900
MIAMI MODERNISM takes place at The Radisson Deauville Resort, Collins Avenue at 67th Street. The show opens Friday, January 14 with a Gala Preview
from 6pm to 10 pm. Preview tickets are $65, and include re-admission throughout the weekend. The show continues on Saturday, January 15, 11 am to 8 pm
and Sunday, January 16, 11 am to 6 pm. Tickets are $10 at the door.
For more information or to order Gala Preview Tickets call (248) 334-9660 or (305) 861-0108, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
As the review of last year's show in Antiques and the Arts Weekly put it, MIAMI MODERNISM is a boffo production! This year's show promises to be
even better. Comments Jacques Caussin, the show's producer, It is so exciting to prepare the upcoming MIAMI MODERNISM for a city which is so vibrant,
you feel that the millennium has already long started.
This year, MIAMI MODERNISM show-goers can also take part in the 23rd annual Art Deco Weekend ® presented by the Miami Design Preservation
League. In 1999, more than a quarter of a million visitors celebrated the history of the Art Deco Historic District in South Beach, and enjoyed the street festival
along Ocean Drive, film and lecture programs and more. The theme of this coming year's Art Deco Weekend ® will celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the
legendary 1925 Paris Expo, the culmination of the classic French Art Deco style.
MIAMI MODERNISM takes place in nearby North Beach at The Radisson Deauville Resort, which changed ownership two years ago and underwent a
stunning $15 million refurbishment. Designed in 1957, the hotel is the perfect setting for a showcase of 20th century design, and has been the site of numerous
firsts. Just one example: The Beatles taped their TV premier with Ed Sullivan at the hotel in 1964.