The Peter Marino Exhibit at the Bass Museum of Art

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The elite of the contemporary art world, fashionistas, art lovers, and admirers from all around attended the opening of the highly anticipated, One Way: Peter Marino at the Bass Museum of Art, in Miami. Curated by internationally renowned Jerome Sans, director of contemporary arts institutions and critic, the event was a large success.

The New-York based architect is well known for his multifaceted relationships with art and fashion. He is considered one of the pionneers of the blending of art, architecture, and fashion, showcased in his designs for haute couture houses in partnership with contemporary artists.

Jean-Michel Othoniel’s pearl necklaces can be seen at the Chanel store in Boston, and Rob Wynne’s glass letters are hung up on the walls of the Christian Dior boutique on Avenue Montaigne.

This exhibition features artists such as, Miquel Barceló, Georg Baselitz, Steve Benisty, Jeff Burton, Francesco Clemente, Dan Colen, Ronnie Cutrone, Richard Deacon, Pierpaolo Ferrari, Lucio Fontana, Adam Fuss, Loris Gréaud, Andreas Gursky, Keith Haring, Gregor Hildebrandt, Damien Hirst, Thomas Houseago, Zhang Huan, Y. Z. Kami, Idris Khan, Anselm Kiefer, David LaChapelle, Claude Lalanne, Peter Lane Peter Lane, Guy Limone, Nate Lowman, Robert Mapplethorpe, Steven Meisel, Andrei Molodkin, Joel Morrison, Farhad Moshiri, Vik Muniz, Jean-Michel Othoniel, Yan Pei-Ming, Walter Pfeiffer, Paola Pivi, Richard Prince, Lee Quiñones, Michal Rovner, Robert Ryman, Tom Sachs, Richard Serra, Andy Warhol, Christopher Wool, Erwin Wurm, Manolo Yllera, and Yuji Yoshimoto.

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