Curator María Elena Ortiz’s “PAMM Picks” from Superfine Fair

This past Miami Art Week, thousands of visitors from all over the world walked through our doors. From a generous $3 million gift announcement from Knight Foundation to nearly 4,500 visitors during PAMM Presents, this past Miami Art Week has been one for the books. But one of our many Miami Art Week highlights included Curator María Elena Ortiz’s “PAMM Picks” from Superfine Fair. Take a look back at some of her favorite works.

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Dave Pollot, Marionette, 2018. 35.5 x 28.5 inches. Oil on thrift art

Marionette by Dave Pollot.

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Dave Pollot, System Failure, 2018. 12.25 x 14.25 inches. Oil on thrift art

 

System Failure by Dave Pollot.

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Benoit Izard, Scotch Crossing Brussels, 2018. 28 x 39.5 inches. Photo on metallic paper. Edition of 8 prints.

Scotch Crossing Brussels by Benoit Izard.

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Heidi Horowitz, Dollface, 2016. 20 x 30 inches. Photographic print plexi mount. Edition 3 of 12.

Dollface by Heidi Horowitz.

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Daniel Stuelpnagel, Superposition Probability, 2018. 18 x 18 inches. Acrylic on wood panel.

Superposition Probability by Daniel Stuelpnagel.

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Rogelio Maxwell, Restaurants, Humans, and Using “Bugs as Drugs,” 2018. 18 x 24 inches. Archival pigment print.

Restaurants, Humans, and Using “Bugs as Drugs” by Rogelio Maxwell.

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Brian Batt, Miami Sunset, 2018. 30 x 24 inches. Oil on canvas.

Miami Sunset by Brian Batt

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