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If you follow anyone who was down in Miami for the art fairs earlier this month, you might have seen their photographs of the Miami Marine Stadium, a decaying, dilapidated oceanfront venue for powerboat racing that turns 50 years old next week. Condemned in 1992 after Hurricane Andrew, it's since been plagued by…
A3's Buster Cox sent us this surreal clip from Art Basel Miami Beach: a sculpture that appears to be made of marble but deforms like some kind of giant marshmallow. I imagine it's made of ultra-thin paper. I've seen similar things in the past, but not so good as this one. Any ideas?
Jackson Pollock is one of my favorite artists—the depth and delicateness of his paint dribblings is simply sublime. Argentinian art collective Mondongo carries on his artistic legacy but without paint. Instead, they use Plasticine—melted modelling clay.
This nausea-inducing iPod can be seen at Art Basel Miami Beach, which runs December 3rd to December 6th and shows a selection from more than 250 worldwide galleries. I'm not sure who's responsible for this great riff on the iPod, but I'll be sure to thank them when the room stops spinning. [Thanks, Buster!]