Showcasing groundbreaking new work by David Datuna, Mr. Brainwash, David Drebin and Gilles Cenazandotti at Art Miami 2015.
Contessa Gallery will be participating in the 26th annual Art Miami Fair. Over these past 26 years, Art Miami has established a well-known reputation for providing fine art collectors with the latest in high quality Contemporary and Modern Art. The fair will begin on December 1 and run through December 6, 2015. Contessa Gallery is delighted to present the most recent works by David Datuna, Mr. Brainwash, David Drebin and Gilles Cenazandotti at Art Miami.
David Datuna (B. 1974 – ) experienced a landmark year in 2014, and 2015 was nothing short of a major success as well. His unique piece, Portrait of America, was exhibited at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery to record attendance at the institution in February of 2014. It is a part of his series titled Viewpoint of Billions. Datuna’s groundbreaking work incorporated the use of Google Glass.
Contessa Gallery looks forward to hosting a separate booth entirely dedicated to Mr. Brainwash’s works. The artist himself will design the booth, and it is sure to be a blockbuster attraction at Art Miami. Mr. Brainwash (born Thierry Guetta in 1966) began his artistic career over 16 years ago documenting the underground world of street artists.
David Drebin (B. 1970 – ) is one of the most successful and highly collected photographers working today.Contessa Gallery recently debuted his latest monograph, Chasing Paradise, inaugurated with a solo show for the artist at the gallery, October 2 – November 7, 2015. The popular exhibition launched a series of international book signings and solo shows with the artist. Chasing Paradise marks Drebin’s fourth monograph of works (preceded by; Beautiful Disasters in 2012, The Morning After in 2011, and Love and Other Stories in 2007).
Artworks by French artist Gilles Cenazandotti (B. 1966 – ) made an introduction to the United States and to the art fair circuit with Contessa Gallery at Art Southampton this past July. There, attendees were able to experience Cenazandotti’s sculptures, which are made entirely out of petroleum, oil, and plastic based objects that were found along beaches.