login    password    artist  buyer  gallery  
Not a member? Register
absolutearts.com logo HOME REGISTER BUY ART SEARCH ART TRENDS COLLECT ART ART NEWS
 
[an error occurred while processing this directive]
 
Indepth Arts News:

"Call for Artists: Kaikai Kiki Launches GEISAI MIAMI"
2007-09-06 until 2007-10-01
GEISAI Miami
Miami, FL, USA United States of America

Six years since the first inception of GEISAI in Japan in the summer of 2001, Kaikai Kiki announces GEISAI Miami, the American debut of a fair that has been a launch pad into the art world for many young artists. Organized by the artist-led art enterprise Kaikai Kiki, GEISAI Miami introduces an entirely new type of fair in the booming Miami art market, allowing artists to represent themselves and to present their work directly to an audience of collectors, art professionals and art enthusiasts. The fair will run concurrently with Art Basel Miami Beach, and will be hosted by PULSE Contemporary Art Fair at the Parliament Building of SOHO Studios in Miami’s Wynwood Art District from Wednesday, December 5 through Sunday, December 9, 2007.

Application for GEISAI Miami is open to artists of all nationalities that do not have ongoing commercial gallery representation at the time of their application. A jury of art world professionals, including Tom Eccles, Massimiliano Gioni, Walter Robinson, Lin Lougheed, and Carol Kino, will select approximately 20 artists from among the applicants. The selected artists will be invited to present their work in the Soho Building with no fee being charged for the booth that will be given to them.

Applications will be accepted at http://www.geisai.us/. The deadline for submitting applications is Monday, October 1st, 2007.

GEISAI Miami will occupy a 3,000 sq. ft. space on the second floor of the Parliament Building in the SOHO Studios facility.

Since its inception in 2001 in Japan, GEISAI has been held twice a year. By presenting a new art-collecting concept, allowing artists to exhibit their work directly, without a commercial gallery, to an audience of collectors, curators and art enthusiasts, GEISAI has established itself as an exceptional art fair. The name “GEISAI” is derived from the Japanese word for “art festival.” Such festivals would typically take place within a university or art school.

Venue:
GEISAI Miami
Hosted by PULSE Contemporary Art Fair
Parliament Building of SOHO Studios, Wynwood Art District
2136 NW 1st Avenue
Miami, FL, 33127
United States

Dates: Wednesday, December 5 – Sunday, December 9, 2007

Hours: Wednesday 1pm – 6pm; Thursday through Saturday 10am – 6 pm; Sunday 10am – 5pm.

About Kaikai Kiki: The artist-led art enterprise Kaikai Kiki was founded by Takashi Murakami in 2001, and evolved from its predecessor, the Hiropon Factory. Its goals as an enterprise include the production and promotion of artwork, the management and support of select artists, general management of events and projects, and the production and promotion of merchandise. With bases in Japan’s Motoazabu, Tokyo, and in Long Island City, New York, Kaikai Kiki is a unique organization looking to the future to broaden the horizons and practices of contemporary art.

For more information on Kaikai Kiki, please visit http://english.kaikaikiki.co.jp/

For more information about GEISAI Miami contact: geisai@kaikaikikiny.net


Related Links:

[an error occurred while processing this directive]


YOUR FIRST STOP FOR ART ONLINE!
HELP MEDIA KIT SERVICES CONTACT


Discover over 150,000 works of contemporary art. Search by medium, subject matter, price and theme... research over 200,000 works by over 22,000 masters in the indepth art history section. Browse through new Art Blogs. Use our advanced artwork search interface.

Call for Artists, Premiere Portfolio sign-up for your Free Portfolio or create an Artist Portfolio today and sell your art at the marketplace for contemporary Art! Start a Gallery Site to exclusively showcase your gallery. Keep track of contemporary art with your free MYabsolutearts account.

 


Copyright 1995-2013. World Wide Arts Resources Corporation. All rights reserved