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Arte Clube Jacarandá by Espasso, Shore Club

Juxtaposing cutting-edge contemporary art with masterfully crafted mid-century-modern furniture, Brazilian design authority Espasso teams up with HFZ Capital Group to mount Arte Clube Jacarandá at the Fasano Hotel + Shore Club Penthouse during Design Miami/ Art Basel (3-6 December). Inspired by the...
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Juxtaposing cutting-edge contemporary art with masterfully crafted mid-century-modern furniture, Brazilian design authority Espasso teams up with HFZ Capital Group to mount Arte Clube Jacarandá at the Fasano Hotel + Shore Club Penthouse during Design Miami/ Art Basel (3-6 December). Inspired by the Rio-based collective of the same name, the exhibition showcases the best an brightest of Brazilian art and design; the work of 14 creatives – Lenora De Barros, José Bechara, Carlito Carvalhosa, Cabelo, Antonio Dias, Oskar Metsavaht, Carlos Motta, Raul Mourão, Mauro Resitiffe, Sergio Rodrigues, Claudia Moreira Salles, Daniel Senise, Carlos Vergara, Zanini De Zanine – arranged in a series of installation throughout the venue. Highlights include a larger scale painting by mainstay Vergara and  TLmag 23-feature Zanine’s Anil Chair.

Arte Clube Jacarandá (3-6 December for general public, through to 31 December by appointment): Fasano Hotel + Shore Club Penthouse: 1901 Collins Avenue, Miami

© photo: Eliseu Cavalcante
© photo: Eliseu Cavalcante
photo: Eliseu Cavalcante
photo: Eliseu Cavalcante
photo: Eliseu Cavalcante
photo: Eliseu Cavalcante
Zanini de Zanine
Zanini de Zanine
Claudia Moreira Salles
Claudia Moreira Salles
Raul Mourao
Raul Mourao
Lenora de Barros
Lenora de Barros
Cabelo
Cabelo
Carlos Vergara © photo: Eliseu Cavalcante
Carlos Vergara © photo: Eliseu Cavalcante
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