Muse Art Fair to Feature Artists of Color from Around Globe

More than 20 Artists, including Women and Artists of Color, from the US and abroad will be featured at the 4th edition of MUSE
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Photo Art: Joseph C. Grant\Perla Sophia Gonzalez

Miami Beach, FL - More than 20 Artists, including Women and Artists of Color, from the US and abroad will be featured at the 4th edition of MUSE located in Miami Beach November 30 through December 4, 2022, during Miami Art Week and Art Basel weekend at Kimpton Angler’s Hotel South Beach.
 
“Our selection of global artists is spectacular. They span from Miami to as far away Trinidad and Tobago in the Caribbean, Medellin, Colombia in South America, South Korea in Asia, and both Liberia and Nigeria, West Africa. We’re delighted and honored to be working with and featuring such a talented group of artists eager to participate in Miami Art Week,” said MUSE Creator Que Simmons.
 
“Art Unrestricted,” the fourth edition of MUSE, reflects the diversity and outstanding talent of the local and global art community. With the absence of geographical boundaries, the goal of Art Unrestricted is to cultivate conversation, connection, and a feeling of a community within the global art world.  
 
“We believe we’ve met that goal with our eclectic mix of paintings, ceramics, and photographs. The fair will take place at Kimpton Angler’s Hotel South Beach, 660 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, FL. 33139.
 
The exhibition kicks off Wednesday, November 30, 2022 at 11am and includes a VIP/Media opening reception from 4pm-8pm. The fair will be open to the public daily 11-am to 8pm with live art taking place during Kimpton Angler’s Wine Hour. On Sunday December 4, MUSE will close at 5pm. 
 
MUSE is partnered with the Kimpton Angler’s Hotel South Beach and the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau, Art of Black Miami Initiative. 
 
The following is a list of artists that will be appearing at the fair. 
 
Alicia Vandoren, New Orleans, LA
Anthony Burks, West Palm Beach, FL
Christopher Washington, Alabama
Colette Burmester, Maine
Doba Afolabi, Nigeria, Africa
Hyosun An, South Korea
Ian Thuiller, Quebec, Canada
Joel Macineiras, Florida
Johnny Cortes, Cuban American
James Kilpatrick, Miami Gardens
June Richards, Liberia, Africa
Luis Mariano Arrieche, Venezuela
M.O.A.L., Jamaica
Michelle Drummond, Jamaica
Perla Sophia Gonzalez, Cuban American
Peter Sheppard, Trinidad & Tobago
Yovani Bauta, Cuba

About MUSE Modern and Contemporary Art Fair
MUSE was founded by Que Simmons to exhibit art, promote art collecting, and to support non-profit organizations within the creative arts community that work with women and artists of color. She is responsible for curating the first Art Exhibition at KROMA Gallery held during Miami Art Week in Coconut Grove (the first Black settlement in Miami).
 
About Kimpton Angler’s Hotel South Beach
With a rich past stemming from its heyday as a haven for true anglers, the re-imagined Kimpton Angler’s Hotel South Beach is located just two blocks from the beach at 660 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. With 132 guest rooms and suites that include studios, lofts, villas, spa villas, suites and bungalows, Kimpton Angler’s lush gardens and European ambiance offer an inviting oasis for guests seeking an intimate refuge amid the hustle and bustle of South Beach. In addition, Kimpton Angler’s signature offerings include its exclusive coral reef discovery experience, in-room spa services, a rooftop pool and sun deck, a second ground-level Mermaid Pool and Lounge area, Minnow Bar, Seawell Fish n’ Oyster Restaurant, and 19,000 square feet of unconventional event space ideal for both intimate and large-sized gatherings. For more information or to book a stay, visit www.anglershotelmiami.com or call 866.729.8800, and follow along on Facebook and Instagram.For more information about MUSE Modern and Contemporary Art Fair or its featured artists, please contact Yvonne McCormack, 954.618.3838 or 
[email protected]
 
Click here for more samples/images of the artists' work, or to RSVP for the opening night reception, please contact [email protected]

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