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Angeles Almuna

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Bernardo Ortiz and Karen Starosta

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Brendan Fallis and Hannah Bronfmann

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Juanita Londono, Annie Grijalda and Bianka Walker

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Macy Fuquay, Kanna Takeuchi and Seyna Van der Linden

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Marcella Novela and Ricardo Dunin

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Simon Lohmeyer, Amina Heinemann, Miosoti Pichardo and Larissa Laudenberger

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Angeles Almuna

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Daniel Chimowit

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Erin Parish and Hadley Henriette

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Fenx

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Jenn Sobel, Jessica Culbreath and Ale Azor

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Jenny Perez

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Leo Sakai and Yoshi Itu

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Pedro A. Capó, Carlos E. Capó, Julio C. Capó, Luis E. Capó Sr., Roberto Capó and Jesús R. Capó

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Luis E. Capó Sr. and Ellie Rodriguez

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Rosy Capó and Carlos E. Capó

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Luisa Capó, Roberto Capó and Ana Carolina Capó

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Catherine Capó, Carlos Capó Jr., Javier Sanchez, Randall Davis and Richard Davis

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Luis A. Capó Jr., Luis M. Capó and Paola Capó

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Cristina Florez, Rebeca Muñoz and Vanessa Guyah

MIAMI Luminaries from the international art and design community came out to The Temple House to celebrate the opening of the COS x Studio Swine installation New Spring during Art Basel, a collab between the London-based fashion brand COS and Studio Swine. Guests enjoyed champagne, Mezcal-infused cocktails, sushi and tacos, along with DJ sets from Hannah Bronfman and Brendan Fallis.

 

MIAMI BEACH The invitation-only Sagamore Hotel Miami Beach hosted its 16th annual Saturday Brunch during Miami Art Week, where nearly 2,000 artists, gallery owners, art collectors and Miami A-listers came to support the unveiling of the exhibit “Urban Legends,” honoring the work of both legendary and emerging artists from the urban art community, including Basquiat, Keith Haring, Jenny Perez and more.

 

MIAMI El Dorado Furniture marked its 50th anniversary by providing home furnishings to 50 underprivileged families throughout Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach and Lee counties. The company celebrated with a party at their Pembroke Pines showroom.

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