The Art Design Project is pleased to announce its exhibition in collaboration with:
ART + DESIGN II
ANDY WARHOL CHRISTOPHER WOOL DAMIAN HIRST
LAWRENCE SCHILLER FRANK WORTH HUNTER & GATTI
WULF TREU HEIDI POPOVIC MANION TIM WHITE
MICHAEL SCHEIERL NATASHA ZUPAN RAMON AULAR
CASSEY WATERMAN CELSO CASTRO JILL PETERS
CHAD JENSEN/VERSAILLES COLLECTION
CHRISTIAN CURIEL TRACY EMIN
11 MAY 2016 – 20 JUN 2016
The exhibition will research the correlation between art and design, color, form and different art techniques throughout the times and their influence in present lifestyle. The artist’s works presented on our walls and the extraordinary elements on the center floor of the gallery will add a luxurious flair to the exhibition. Form and function serve as the key to connect the installation, curated by The Art Design Project with the intention to cater to the international crowds that will fly to Miami to attend the second edition of Maison & Objet Americas 2016 fair, as well as the local architects, designers, collectors and art lovers.
The Art Design Project is a series of traveling pop up art installations with a firm purpose of promoting art and design. With an instinctive curatorial process, these selling exhibitions will recreate an art gallery, a public or private space into an art installation, transforming them into an engaging environment amicable and recognizable to art enthusiasts.
The Art Design Project also aims to partner with luxury brands, bringing a new breed of potential clients and offering a one-of-a-kind scenario to showcase to an exclusive audience. Raising awareness of artists who do not have local representation they will create special projects with private collections or artists represented by The Art Design Project. To complement each exhibition we will organize cultural activities, such as conversations with artists, curators, and private visits to artist’s studio.
These unique experiences give our guests the opportunity to view and acquire pieces directly from the artists and private collections.
Rudolf Budja Gallery offers contemporary and modern 20th and 21st century American, European and Asian art, withmain focus on Pop Art and young artists who have evolved from this direction. Covering a wide selection of art with an emphasis on works on paper – unique paintings & prints, limited edition prints as well as photography – the gallery aims at satisfying both the casual art buyer as well as the established collector. The Gallery was established in 2002, They currently run three locations in Austria: Vienna, Graz, Salzburg (headquarter) and a Gallery in Miami Beach.