Beg Borrow and Steal" Catalogue front cover.
The First stop of Day 5 Art Basel Miami was the Rubell Family Collection. Each year they curate a new show timed for the Basel festivities this year the show is called "Beg Borrow and Steal" and it will run through May 29, 2010. If you're in Miami around then I highly recommend checking it out.
Jennifer Rubell "Old-Fashioned," 2009. 1,521 Dunkin Donuts Old Fashioned Donuts.
I ate some "Old-Fashioned"
They tasted "Old-Fashioned"
Nate Lowman, "More or Less," 2003. Mixed media installation.
Foreground: Peter Coffin, "Sculpture Silhouette (J. Koons ‘Balloon Dog’ 1994-2000)," 2009. Powder coated aluminum. Background: Richard Prince, Untitled (joke 7), 1987
Powdered graphite and gesso on canvas.
Jason Rhoades, Untitled (Chandelier), 2004. Glass, wire, neon, Plexiglas, fabric and plastic.
Left, Peter Coffin, "Untitled (Designs for Colby Poster Co. # 5, 9, 33, 19, 51)," 2008. Letterpress ink on five coated cardstocks. Right: Dan Flavin, "Untitled (Monument for V. Tatlin)," 1964-1965. White flourescent lights, Ed. 1/5.
Peter Coffin, "Untitled (Designs for Colby Poster Co. # 5, 9, 33, 19, 51)," (detail) 2008. Letterpress ink on five coated cardstocks.
Maurizio Cattelan, La Rivoluzione Siamo Noi, 2000. Polyester resin figure, felt suit and metal and plastic coat rack.
Second Floor installation at "Beg Borrow and Steal."
Stephen G. Rhodes, "Interregnum Repetition Restoration (Upholstered)," 2008. Single-channel video and mixed media.
Steven Shearer, "Puffs," 2006. C-print mounted on aluminum.
Steven Shearer, "Puffs," (detail) 2006. C-print mounted on aluminum.
Damien Hirst, "Dance Naked," 1997. Stainless steel, glass, surgical equipment and plastic skeletons.
Rashid Johnson, "Promised Land," 2008. Spray enamel, mirror and wood.
Aneta Grzeszykowska, "Untitled Film Stills," 2006. Seventy C-prints.
Aneta Grzeszykowska, "Untitled Film Stills," (detail) 2006. Seventy C-prints.
The Miami landscape near the Pulse Art Fair.
Khaela Maricich aka the blow playing in Lindsay Lohan mode, shoe detail. Maricich really did finish the show by saying, "Could you imagine Lindsay actually performing that? Could you get an idea? Now take that image and subtract it from what I just did. The sum of that is the difference between a girl like me and a girl like Lindsay." perfect.