Category :Art   /    Author : Moeva

One of the most important events of the year Art Basel Miami is kicking off today and as an art lover brand, we are very excited for 5 days filled with art at 286 galleries from 34 countries!

Here are Moeva's 5 must-see exhibitions during Art Basel Miami 2018:

The Art of Banksy

This unauthorized Banksy exhibition is curated by Steve Lazarides who has loaned the pieces from private collectors. It's an exhibit of 80 screen prints, paintings, sculptures and other indoor works from Banksy since 2008 and it is one of the most talked ones already.

Hot Mess by Luka Sabbat & Noah Dillon

Recently referred to as the 'young creative' by Virgil Abloh and Kanye West, Luka Sabbat has been on the public eye for a while now. He and the photographer Noah Dillon are presenting Hot Mess 'an in-depth look at how capitalistic values are woven into the American cultural fabric'. The exhibition is mostly composed of 300 framed, for-sale $100 bills, which's prices range from $1 for the kids that roll up around $30.000 for the usual Basel collectors. It will definitely be a celebrity stop and it sure is an interesting one to see.

Fendi Shape of Water by Sabine Marcelis

Fendi has two 10-year milestones to celebrate this year, one of them is the anniversary of its now-iconic Peekaboo bag and the other one is its involvement in Design Miami. To celebrate this Fendi has collaborated with the artist Sabine Marcelis who has created 10 fountains invokingvarious symbols of the brand and also a special podium for Silvia Venturini Fendi's anniversary Peekaboo bag. This exhibition is our definite favorite collaboration between fashion and art during Art Basel Miami.

Louis Vuitton Objects Nomades

As a brand that has been very connected to art, Louis Vuitton is, of course, having a scene at Art Basel Miami. They have stepped into the furniture scene 6 years ago with Objects Nomades collection and the design and fashion communities are eagerly waiting for each release. New pieces and limited edition series are showcased at Design Miami right now and you shouldn't miss these inspiring and surprising objects if you are an attendant.

The Haas Brothers - FernGully

Based in LA, Nikolai and Simon Haas have a playful and sometimes irreverent eye for art and design. Their objects are more sculptural than functional as they are fantastical beaded chairs and fungi, and hand-layered liquid clay accretion vases. The exhibition is set within a magical rainforest and takes its title from the 1992 animated children's film, "FernGully: The Last Rainforest".