Art Miami Week: SCOPE
Max Zorn premiers Tape Art in Miami at SCOPE with Stick Together Gallery, performs live and basically nails it
Stick Together Gallery, representing some of the most prolific and established artists in contemporary art, was among the galleries selected to show in SCOPE’s Miami Beach Edition of 2014, with Max Zorn as the core artist.
Max Zorn’s live performance stopped fair goers in their tracks, from collectors to celebrities like Swizz Beats (see below). End result: a sold out wall and many, many happy and new Max Zorn collectors.
For over a decade, SCOPE has executed over 75 art fairs (in Basel, Miami, and New York) and is the premier showcase for international emerging contemporary art and multi-disciplinary creative programming. With over 1.2 million visitors and a little over one billion dollars in artwork sales, the SCOPE team draws on their success for their ability to forecast new visual trends recognized by the international art world. Their mission is poignant: “SCOPE taps into the cultural psyche to present only the most pioneering work across multiple creative disciplines”.
With over 75 art fairs spanning more than 15 years, SCOPE is celebrated as the premier showcase for international emerging contemporary art and multi-disciplinary creative programming. Renowned for its uncanny ability to forecast new visual trends that are embraced globally, SCOPE Art Shows garner extensive critical acclaim and over 500 million annual impressions across print, digital and television. With cumulative sales well over one billion dollars and attendance of 1.2 million visitors, SCOPE Art Show is the largest and most global emerging art fair in the world.
In the Press:
DutchCultureUSA, Andenken Gallery, Kallenbach Gallery, Wanrooij Gallery, and Stick Together (Max Zorn) will be present at Scope Miami Beach, by Robert Kloos
Scope Miami Beach 2014, International Contemporary Art Show, by Bianca C. Salvant