ART BASEL MIAMI 2016

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We hope you can join us at the Art Basel Miami

X Contemporary Art Fair – Booth A8

Jonas Sun 7, Miljan Suknovic and Lahcen Khedim will be exhibiting next to never seen art work by Jean-Michel Basquiat.

X Contemporary Art Fair – BOOTH A8 

Nobu Hotel / Eden Roc Miami Beach

November 30 – December 3

More info on X Contemporary Art Fair here.

Get your tickets here.

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JONAS SUN7

Making his New York debut at Catherine Ahnell Gallery in 2013, Jonas SUN7’s work has been exhibited in places including Grand Palais, Foundation Cartier, Espace Louis Vuitton and Palais Tokyo in Paris as well as art auctions alongside artists such as KEITH HARING, BANKSY, JEFF KOONS, DAMON HIRST and SHEPARD FAIREY.

Jonas SUN7’s love for music has brought him to portrait numerous famous music artists. He is currently working on a serie of the top hip hop artists of today, starting with a portrait of YOUNG THUG with the title “No My Name Is Jeffrey”, that will be revealed for the very first time in Miami.

http://www.catherineahnellgallery.com/jonas-sun7

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MILJAN SUKNOVIC

Serbian artist Miljan Suknovic has been living and working in New York for the past decade. 2015 Suknovic exhibited Constellation III at Catherine Ahnell Gallery, as part of a series of exhibitions showing at The World trade Center and the Museum of Porto Montenegro. Earlier the same year he had the opportunity to create a painting exhibition-installation throughout the entire R. Livingston Beeckman Mansion – A prominent landmark in New York designed by Warren & Wetmore responsible for Grand Central and the New York Yacht Club.

http://www.catherineahnellgallery.com/miljan-suknovic

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LAHCEN KHEDIM

Debuting in the US Parisian based artist Lahcen Khedim is frequently exhibiting in galleries and National Art Centers in France. Primarely an action painter his work is above all expressive and invites the coincidence as a source of inspiration. Much like action painters Pollock and Rothok Khedim’s work seamlessley marries method and chance.

http://www.catherineahnellgallery.com/lahcenkhedim

 

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