ICI Limited Edition by Liz Glynn Untitled, 2013 Gold, Silver, and Bronze Each an Edition of 8 From December 5-8, ICI was at NADA Miami Beach at The Deauville Beach Resort where we celebrated the launch of a brand new Limited Edition by Liz Glynn. Liz Glynn, a Boston-born artist living and working in Los Angeles, often investigates the process of creation, cycles of growth, historical epic the creation myths in art making and in cultural history more broadly through her installations, sculpture and performance work. In the past year, her large-scale installations and participatory performances caught New Yorks attention during Frieze in May, when she created a hidden speakeasy at the fair, and with her Big-Bang theory performance at the launch of Station to Station in September. Throughout 2013, Glynn also staged a year-long series of performances at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, interacting with some of the monumental works in the museums collection, beginning with recasting parts of LACMAs August Rodin sculpture collection. Liz Glynn is represented by Redling Fine Art, Los Angeles. Most recently, she created the 2013 Leo and Agnes Gund Curatorial Awards for the ICI Benefit & Auction. For more information, please contact Soojin at firstname.lastname@example.org or call + 1 212 254 8200 x125 HIGHLIGHTS FROM NADA MIAMI BEACH Viewers admire limited editions by John Baldessari and Liz Glynn. Liz Glynn’s edition, Untitled, 2013 for ICI at NADA Miami Beach. Laure Lim and daughter at ICI’s NADA Miami Booth, viewing the debut of ICI’s do it exhibition video. Laure Lim, Tom Laurie, and daughter watching do it film at ICI’s booth. ICI’s Miami Luncheon in Canyon Ranch. Renaud Proch, Hans Ulrich Obrist, and Kate Fowle. Sarina Tang and Gina Lin Chu at the ICI Miami Luncheon.
ICI at NADA Miami Beach 2013
December 5, 2013- - December 8, 2013 @ Miami Beach
ICI Booth 400 The Deauville Beach Resort 6701 Collins Ave Miami Beach, FL 33141 (Collins Avenue & 67th Street)
“Outside the Miami Beach Convention Center Walls: NADA, Pérez Museum, Ink” By Brian Boucher December 6, 2013 Within 40 minutes of the opening of the NADA (New Art Dealers Association) fair, at Miami Beach’s Deauville Beach Resort hotel, NewYork’s James Cope had sold out. The Cope Cybulski booth displayed nine bone-white geometric abstract wall sculptures […]