Loving the digital age of exhibiting – from my rustic corner of Berkshire UK, I have just submitted a high-spec image of Parisienne Window for my allotted slot in the digital exhibition that is being produced for SCOPE as part of Miami Art Week.
Quote See.Me who are the brainchild behind the group digital display at SCOPE, “Miami Art Week is the hottest cultural event of the season. This year SCOPE has teamed up with VH1 to situate the fair on the most highly visible location in Miami, on the sands of South Beach Miami. SCOPE Miami’s 70,000 sq. ft. pavilion will host the art world’s elite on an outdoor beach lounge with stunning views of the ocean, nestled amongst the iconic architecture of world famous Ocean Drive at 10th Street”.
Nice to know my work will be amongst the portfolio compiled by See.Me to be part of this event (I was delighted to be asked on board). I can’t fault the exposure this twenty-first century spin on a gallery has offered me so far this year and with none of the headache of lumbering my work up to a prestigious city centre gallery (only to find I had to collect it again when they decided not to hang it after all) that has been the logistical challenge of the earlier part of my month. The digital age has much to offer the artist who intends to be seen in new and ever easeful ways.
So yes, loving the fresh breeze that is blowing through the art world – it’s about time!