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November 24, 2015 Back To News

Chris Jones Installation at PULSE MIAMI BEACH


We’re proud to announce a new sculptural installation made specifically for PULSE MIAMI BEACH 2015, Contemporary Art Fair by British artist, Chris Jones.

Everyone Is Somewhere is a grand “building” featuring four brand new Apartments wall-relief sculptures on each side. The tower piece will be the literal center of the MIAMI BEACH art fair, a major point of the layout installed at the intersection of the main aisles.

Chris Jones Everyone Is Somewhere Render

The Apartments garnered an unprecedented amount of attention when displayed earlier this year at another art fair, with the crowd waiting to go up close to engage with the works and to take photographs. Don’t miss this special installation only for the fair days Dec 1–5, located at the intersection of booths N-106, N-104, N-208, and N-207.

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