Markowicz Fine Art Gallery co-hosted a series of exhibits during Miami Art Week 2014 partnering with neighbour and French restaurant Villa Azur. Miami Art Week was the perfect setting to unveil Markowicz Fine Art’s new pop-up gallery, which is located at 309 NE 23rd Street, Suite 100, in Miami Beach. The temporary site will be home to the gallery untilJan. 31, 2015. Markowicz Fine Art Gallery’s new permanent location is part of the multi-million dollar expansion of the Miami Design District. The gallery has been in the Design District since 2009.
On Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2014 French artist Arno Elias’ Lost Series was on exhibit. A multi-talented artist, musician and photographer, Elias’ Lost Series is a crystallisation of his mixed-media techniques and reflects the powerful images he captured during his solo world photographic tour.
On Saturday, Dec. 6, self-taught Israeli-French sculptor Idan Zareski showcased his Big Foot Family series. The exhibit included new “family members” to the series – Grandpa Foot, Grandma Foot and Le Siffleur (The Whistler). According to Zareski, the series promotes peace, cultural awareness and tolerance. Zareski currently works out of Costa Rica.
On Sunday, Dec. 7, Markowicz Fine Art Gallery featured renowned French designer, photographer and entrepreneur Maurice Renoma, who began his career in the 1960s as a fashion and furniture designer. In the early 1990s, Renoma developed a passion for photography. From the human body to life on the streets, to clothing, Renoma captures the beauty of the moment in photographs.
About Markowicz Fine Art Gallery
Markowicz Fine Art Gallery is one of the leading fine art galleries in South Florida, offering an ever-changing inventory of artwork by internationally renowned artists such as Arno Elias, Idan Zareski, Steven Gagnon, Maurice Renoma, Andy Warhol, Damien Hirst andTom Wesselmann. Markowicz Fine Art offers a wide variety of artists with exceptional creative talent expressing their art in a variety of mediums, including the bildoreliefos of Alain Godon, Richard Orlisnki’s sculptures, the digital art of Phil Macquet and the street art ofBambi Artist. Located in Miami’s famed Design District, Markowicz Fine Art Gallery represents the Mourlot estate in Florida. For more information about the gallery please visit www.markowiczfineart.com