2022 ART EVENTS
THE CITY OF MIAMI BEACH ANNOUNCES NEW TEMPORARY PUBLIC ART COMMISSIONS FOR ART WEEK MIAMI BEACH
Eduado Carrie Duval Monday November 28th, 2022 Opening Ceremony 1PM on Espanola Way betweenCollins and Washington Avenue
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INSTALLATIONS & EXHIBITION
2022 MIAMI DESIGN DISTRICT DESIGN COMMISSION: ROCK | ROLL BY GERMANE BARNES
ABOUT: The Miami Design District has awarded Miami-based architect and designer, Germane Barnes, the 2022 Miami Design District Annual Design Commission. Rock | Roll is a multifaceted installation that draws on the vibrancy of Miami Carnival to honor the BIPOC communities that contribute to Miami’s polyethnic culture. Barnes designed a series of massive, whimsical capsules that rock back-and-forth when activated by users and feature vibrant colors reminiscent of Carnival’s feathered costumes and the city’s water-friendly lifestyle. With a nod to steel drums and Soca music, Barnes also designed wind chimes, hundreds of which will be hung in the neighborhood’s trees. Rock | Roll will also include a free-floating dome suspended overhead and animated by light and sound, which will serve as an anchor to a communal and lively commission. Soon to be installed in the Miami Design District as the annual Design Commission, Barnes' creative -- and massive-- interactive installation is expected to draw visitors on a global scale.
Dates: Mid-November onward
Location: Miami Design District
GAGOSIAN & JEFFERY DEITCH | 100 YEARS
ABOUT: Gagosian is pleased to announce 100 Years, the seventh group exhibition—including an online incarnation in 2020—organized by Gagosian in collaboration with Jeffrey Deitch in Miami’s Design District during Miami Art Week. 100 Years—on view at the historic Buick Building—explores the interplay of past, present, and future through works by contemporary artists who are in dialogue with the sweeping cultural and environmental changes of the past century—as well as those who anticipate future possibilities. The contributors to 100 Years, who include Refik Anadol, Theaster Gates, Douglas Gordon, Urs Fischer, Tom Friedman, Austin Lee, Jamian Juliano Villani, Rick Lowe, Keiichi Tanaami, and Taryn Simon, among others, recognize the critical nature of the titular period, sloughing off a sense of weariness with time itself to consider past and future with new optimism.
Dates: November 28 - December 4
Hours: Monday 5pm - 8pm; Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 8pm; Sunday 10am - 6pm
Location: Buick Building NE 2nd Ave
CRAIG ROBINS COLLECTION: TWO OF THE SAME KIND
ABOUT: The Craig Robins Collection consists of contemporary art and innovative design, displaying within the Miami Design District headquarters of DACRA and rotating on a bi-annual basis. This year, “Two of The Same Kind” highlights the work of Marlene Dumas and Jana Euler, two artists whose painting and drawing practices are broadly represented in the Collection holdings. The theme of dualism threads through two portraits by pop icon Andy Warhol, both commissioned decades ago by Craig Robin’s mother and Jackie Soffer’s mother separately, acting as a spectacular coincidence. More than a hundred works on view present an expansive overview of figurative art from the last three decades. The multifaceted Collection also features design pieces by the recently acquired Sasha Gordon and by established favorites such as Zaha Hadid, Jean Prouvé, Marc Newson and Maarten Baas.
Dates: November 30 - onward
Hours: 10am - 12pm
Location: DACRA Headquarters, 3841 NE 2nd Ave.
DANIEL ARSHAM | THE ARES HOUSE
ABOUT: In a collaborative effort between The Alexander Team and Everyrealm, comes the launch of ‘The Row,” an exclusive collection of metaverse real estate featuring architecture designed by a variety of talented artists. The 30-piece collection, made up of one-of-one NFTs, will live on the Mona platform. This piece (pictured above), from The Row collection and created by Daniel Arsham, is the inspiration for the exhibition concept. It is called The Ares House. This exhibition concept offers guests a thoughtful journey from Miami into the boundless possibilities of the metaverse, where their curiosity to discover is the vehicle and Daniel’s artwork and expressions are the pulse and fuel.
Dates: December 1 - December 4
Location: Miami Design District
SAATCHI YATES | TESFAYE URGESSA
ABOUT: This November, Saatchi Yates Miami will temporarily open a solo exhibition of new work by Ethiopian Contemporary artist Tesfaye Urgessa to coincide with his presentation at the Rubell Museum, opening December 2022. Saatchi Yates Miami is situated in the Miami Design District, next to the Institute of Contemporary Art and the de la Cruz Collection. Born in 1983 in Ethiopia, Tesfaye studied under master Tadesse Mesfin at Staatlichen Akademie in Stuttgart, and later emigrated to work in Germany. Through these experiences, Ugressa connected Ethiopian iconography and a deep fascination with traditional figurative painting to create a unique and striking language which portrays race and the politics of identity.
Dates: November 22 - December 20
Hours: 12pm - 6pm
Location: 35 NE 40 St.
PRIZM ART FAIR | PRIZM 2022: CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN ART FAIR
ABOUT: This year, the neighborhood is thrilled to host its first-ever art fair aside from Design Miami/: Prizm 2022 Contemporary African Art Fair. Celebrating its 10th Anniversary, Prizm 2022 will present Vernacular À la Mode, with presentations of select galleries and artists exploring how vernacular modes of artmaking originating in global African contexts have influenced the cultivation of fine art practice worldwide. The program will include four sections: Prizm Panels, Prizm Perform, Prizm Film, Prizm Preview, and, of course, Prizm Art Fair at large, exhibiting international artists from Africa and the global African Diaspora. Artists will represent global locales including, Angola, Barbados, South Africa, Kenya, Mozambique, Angola, Martinique, Norway, Portugal, Saint Martin, Saint Kitts-Nevis, Trinidad and Tobago, the United Kingdom, and many more.
Dates: November 30 - December 4
Hours: 10am - 6pm
Location: 4220 N Miami Ave.
THE OFFICE. & F2T GALLERY | I DON’T NEED IT, BUT I WANT IT
ABOUT: THE OFFICE. Gallery and F2T Gallery present I DONT NEED IT, BUT I WANT IT, a group exhibition featuring artists Callum Eaton, Eduardo Sarabia, Jonathan Casella, Kristopher Raos, Saj Issa, Sam Keller, Stephanie H. Shih, and Tim Irani. The selected artists will bring forth a collective body of work highlighting the global culture crisis of mass production and capitalism, emphasizing the cliche or kitschy elements of our cultures, through the use of irony and pop art elements. THE OFFICE., founded by art patron and avid collector, Matthew Chevallard, educates the public on art collecting and presents exceptionally curated and co-curated exhibitions, within the contemporary art world. F2T Gallery from Milano, conceived in 2021 by acclaimed collectors Matteo Novarese and Francesco Bena, works with leading emerging artists, galleries and collectors in the contemporary art world.
Dates: Opening Night: November 27 from 5pm - 8pm (open to the public); November 28 - January 29
Hours: 11am - 7pm
Location: 3930 NE 2nd Ave., Suite 202
FENDI CASA | GRAND OPENING
ABOUT: FENDI Casa has chosen Miami for its first flagship store in the United States, in the heart of the Miami Design District. The opening of the boutique will coincide with the start of DesignMiami/, where FENDI has presented a series of special projects over time, together with established and emerging designers. The boutique in Miami spans 591 square meters within a concrete building enhanced by large windows on two levels, whose architecture is inspired by the Modern Movement.
Date: Opening November 30
Hours: M - F 10am - 6pm; Saturday 11am - 3pm; Sunday Closed
Location: 4120 NE 2nd Ave.
DOLCE&GABBANA CASA | GRAND OPENING
ABOUT: To feel at home: the Dolce&Gabbana Casa Collection dedicated to the universe of furnishing and furnishing accessories is a tribute to the excellence of craftsmanship, Italian design and the authentic codes of the brand's DNA. The patterns of the Collection's themes come to life on furniture, mise en place accessories, textiles and decorative objects that evoke a story of love and hospitality, passion and beauty, and the art of living one's daily life. From sofas in fine jacquard to lacquered oak tables, from accessorized bar cabinets to armchairs upholstered in petit point embroidery, the furniture pieces realized in partnership with Luxury Living Group present both elements of harmony and contrasts, rendering a unique narrative that gives no limits to creativity.
Dates: November 28 - December 4
Hours: 10am - 10pm
Location: 50 NE 39th Street
The Neighborhood Guide to Miami Art Week provided by the The Dana Agency
Rosanna Kalis at Shelborne South Beach
For Miami Art Week 2022, Shelborne South Beach welcomes contemporary Korean artist Rosanna Kalis for a special activation in the hotel’s Oasis Garden, currently the location of the 2 Korean Girls pop-up restaurant. The semipermanent and temporary art installations will transform the space with new murals, Korean folding screens, digital screens showcasing art and K-pop music videos, and a custom sneaker installation sponsored by HiteJinro. A special invite-only event will take place Friday, December 2, from 5-7 p.m. to unveil the installations. During the event, Kalis will be live painting a large-scale piece with a digital projection adding color and movement. There will also be performances by IPhlow, a Miami-based breakdance crew, and Jun-ILL, a Korean DJ based in Miami and New York.
Adriana Jay at K’Alma Spa at Hotel Victor
To kick off Miami Art Week, K’Alma Spa, located inside Hotel Victor, welcomes artist Adriana Jay for an exclusive activation on Tuesday, November 29, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. As a child of immigrants, Jay’s work uses acrylic paint to represent and address the challenges and gender norms that women across the globe are tied to. She believes in representation and diversity and highlights women in her work as adventurers, each with a unique story and perspective. Guests will enjoy soulful activations, music and live painting complemented by glasses of bubbly.
Rachel Robinson from MTV’s “The Challenge” at Shelborne South Beach
On Thursday, December 1, at 8 a.m., Shelborne South Beach welcomes fitness trainer Rachel Robinson for an exclusive activation in the hotel’s Oasis Garden. Known for creating intense live workouts and her role on MTV’s The Challenge, Robinson will be curating a workout for in-person guests while live-streaming to her followers on Instagram. Tune in LIVE at @Rachel_Fitness.
Becky Robbins at The Balfour Hotel - 24/7 Gallery
Becky Robbins may be associated with her famous ex-husband Tony Robbins, but she is also an accomplished artist who will be showcasing a variety of pieces from her most recent collection, “Yūgen,” at The Balfour Hotel during Miami Art Week. Guests are invited to view the museum-quality pieces in the hotel’s public spaces, set up and presented as a 24/7 gallery, at any time of day. The collection includes the PALE BLUE DOT, referencing our journey on this tiny planet; LEAP OF FAITH, which revolves around taking risks; and LOVE IS STILL THE ANSWER, which was inspired by a Jason Mraz song.
“An Exhibit for Peace” at The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach
The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach’s latest art installation, “An Exhibit for Peace,” is directed by Ronit Neuman in partnership with the prestigious Manolis Projects Gallery, founded and co-owned by artist J. Steven Manolis and his wife, Myrthia Natalie Moore. The exhibition is dedicated to nature’s unifying colors of Miami Beach’s sun, beach, water and sky and the blue and yellow shades of the Ukrainian flag. It features over 30 specially commissioned paintings by acclaimed contemporary artists – Ron Burkhardt, Carol Calicchio, Samuel Gomez, Jill Krutick, Aurelia Majorel, Timi Ogundipe, Annemarie Ryan and Camilla Webster – displayed mainly in the resort’s restaurant Fuego y Mar and some of its common areas. Proceeds from the art sold in this collection will go to José Andrés’s World Central Kitchen’s support efforts in Ukraine, helping deliver meals to countless families in war-torn parts of the country. Images: HERE
“A Concert of the Seven Decades & Beyond” at The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach
The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach has partnered with MONAD Studio, co-founded by local artists Eric Goldemberg and Veronica Zalcberg, to design and display bright and grandiose 3D-printed sonic instrument sculptures, including astounding renditions of a piano, a lap guitar and xenophone, a twin serpent, a zhu, an F1 bichord, a slide guitar and a segmented bass guitar. When the spectacular pieces are not being played by the Miami Symphony Orchestra, they will be proudly displayed in the resort’s glamorous lobby through the month of December. All art displayed on the property during Art Week – including the inimitable sonic sculptures – will be available for auction beginning Thursday, November 17, through BidAid, an international silent-auction platform. Proceeds from all purchases will be donated to Miami City Ballet, Miami Symphony Orchestra, Young Musicians Unite and Circle X Green Trillion Club. To highlight the exhibition and celebrate its 70th anniversary, The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach will also host a private event on Tuesday, November 29, during which the Miami Symphony Orchestra will use MONAD’s 3D instruments to perform seven decades of music, including hits by Miami icons Celia Cruz, Gloria Estefan and Pitbull, alongside innovative dance performances by Miami City Ballet. More details on the event can be found HERE. Images: HERE. RSVP: HERE
“Into the Wild (Future)” at Sagamore South Beach
Sagamore South Beach, Miami Beach’s historic art deco hotel known for its year-round art programming and museum-quality exhibitions, is once again celebrating Miami Art Week with a series of interactive activations and events. This year’s theme will be “Into the Wild (Future).” From Wednesday, November 30, through Sunday, December 4, 2022, Jonathan Cowan Productions and Electric Ibiza, the same partners as Miami Music Week, will return to The Sagamore for a five-day Art Week takeover featuring hotel-wide displays, immersive audiovisual experiences, and mural artists such as Sebastien “Mr. D 1987” Boileau. In addition, the hotel has announced an exciting partnership with the elite auction house Phillips X and Particle, which will take over the lobby and gallery room for an exhibition called “Streams of Consciousness.” Throughout the exhibition, themes of two worlds merging between personal consciousness and more intimate intuitive unconscious plays out in a space or place that is in between - an inner world conjured by fragments of disparate realities and fantasies through the commingling of abstraction and figuration. The highlight of the five-day celebration will undoubtedly be the 21st edition of the iconic Sagamore Brunch on Saturday, December 3, which will welcome hundreds of industry leaders spanning art, entertainment and social media in one place starting at 9 a.m. As one of the most sought-after invites of Miami Art Week, this exclusive event consistently delivers the gold standard of the Miami art experience with numerous art activations, live art, fashion shows, NFT displays, special musical performances, gourmet catering, passed cocktails, mixology stations and more. In addition, Sagamore owner Ronit Neuman will speak about the Sagamore Art Platform, and starchitect Kobi Karp will speak about the importance of sustainability in Miami Beach. The Sagamore will also present a daily stream of events and pool and dance parties with world-class DJs from 1-11 p.m. daily, including live performances by Desert Hearts, Oscar G, and DJs Sasha and Danny Tenaglia.
Images: HERE / Sagamore Brunch Tickets: HERE
Desert Hearts Pool Party - Wednesday, Nov. 30, 1 - 11 P.M. RSVP
Made in Miami Pool Party - Saturday, Dec. 3, 3 - 11 P.M. RSVP
Sasha and Danny Tenaglia B2 B Pool Party - Sunday, Dec. 4, 1 - 11 P.M. RSVP
Vernissage at The Gabriel Hotel South Beach
To kick off Miami Art Week, on Wednesday, November 30, from 7-10 p.m., The Gabriel South Beach is partnering with L Brand Group, Twenty6North Productions and the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau to bring the Magic City an engaging activation featuring installations painted by international pop artists such as Jason Skeldon, Lee Arthur Dahlberg and G Stakis. During the first hour, guests will receive complimentary welcome cocktails and decadent passed hors d’oeuvres. This will be followed by a live DJ performance by international electro-house DJ Rita Rayol. Serving as the unofficial after-party of SCOPE Art Show, The Garbiel’s Floridita building and showstopping glass-bottomed rooftop pool will be adorned with themed exhibits, artists, DJs and immersive experiences.
“Art as a Social Experiment” + Black Fence at The Gabriel South Beach
Black Fence, Saturday 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Gabriel South Beach
The Gabriel South Beach is partnering with Black Fence to host its inaugural Miami Art Week exhibition. Entitled, Art as a Social Experiment, the exhibition features talented artists of color exclusively curated by Black Fence and its network of national creators. Artist, Christina Iris, will present a live painting experience leveraging reclaimed art pieces, while artist Sydney Jeanty will perform a live digital painting experience that will be minted as an NFT during the event. With the rise of the metaverse and a tech infused art culture, the special presentation allows guests to experience how digital art is made and engage viewers to see the juxtaposition of digital art vs. live art. Art from artists Shauna Harley and Kelsey Marie will be featured within the Gabriel South Beach with the live exhibitions by the pool and courtyard. This installation will be like no other combining the allure of the metaverse with the celebration and reimagining what art will look like in the future.
Fred Black Sunset Harbour
Fred Black, located in South Beach’s Sunset Harbour neighborhood, is a lifestyle boutique with a well-curated selection of contemporary brands, luxury items and fine art. This year for Art Week, the boutique will have several artworks on display for shoppers to peruse. The first 20 people to post a selfie with the “Lips” art piece by Marilyn Minter in-store and tag #FredBlackStore will receive a $50 gift card. Fred Black will also be hosting a cocktail soirée on Thursday, December 1, at 6 p.m., to celebrate the unveiling of new in-store art pieces, including works by Daniel Cherbuin.
Diogo Snow x Max Jamali at Villa Azur Miami Beach
From Wednesday, November 30, to Saturday, December 3, Miami Beach hot spot Villa Azur will be showcasing works by Toronto-based artists Diogo Snow and Max Jamali. The chic French supper club is known for its glitz and glamour, exquisite Mediterranean cuisine and avant-garde evenings in its enchanting open-air courtyard. On Wednesday, November 30, guests can attend the weekly dinner soirée from 6:30 p.m. to close, featuring fire girls, beats by DJ Yez, a live saxophonist and more. On Thursday, it’s the original Thursday Night Dinner Party with eclectic entertainment and beats by DJ Stephan M. On Friday, December 2, the restaurant will be hosting an invite-only cocktail reception for media and VIPs, where artist D-Snow will be live painting. The party continues into Friday evening and picks up again on Saturday night to close out the festive weekend. São Paulo-born Diogo Snow started his career as a teen with graffiti street art that grew into a passion. He uses a variety of materials such as spray paints, acrylics, diamond dust, prints and resin to make his pieces, which he describes as “urban with a twist of modern.” He has now expanded his portfolio to include sculptures, cars, murals, boats and more. Max Jamali is a mixed-media artist with an award-winning background in fashion photography. He’s known for using luxury materials such as diamond dust, exotic leather, 24-karat gold, genuine silver and Swarovski crystals to create pieces that scream opulence. Each piece features his “M” logo handcrafted from snakeskin.
Lefty Out There Mural Unveiling at Chotto Matte
Step into the Peruvian rainforest at Chotto Matte, the global restaurant concept known for its innovative Nikkei cuisine. Chotto Matte continuously seeks creative influence through the arts, as evidenced by collaborating with like-minded creatives year-round. This Art Week, the South Beach hot spot is collaborating with esteemed artist Lefty Out There, who will unveil a new mural for the restaurant in his signature style during a private cocktail reception.
Wynwood / Midtown
“The Unknown Zone” with Brooke Einbender at Arlo Wynwood
The recently opened Arlo Wynwood, the first hotel in Miami’s preeminent creative and cultural district, has partnered with pioneering "phygital" (physical + digital) artist Brooke Einbender to host “The Unknown Zone,” a captivating, immersive art experience during Miami Art Week. The hotel will feature “mind-bending” installations that bridge the physical and digital realms, including Enbender’s mixed-reality reclaimed door installations layered with cutting-edge technology. The exhibition opens Tuesday, November 29, and will be complimentary to guests and visitors. It will be on display through the end of December 2022. The opening event is taking place on Tuesday, November 29, from 5-9 p.m., including an artist talk with Brooke Einbender and Paloma Rodriguez of SuperRare at 5 p.m., is free and open to the public.
“State of the Art” with ThankYouX at Arlo Wynwood
The recently opened Arlo Wynwood, the first hotel in Miami’s preeminent creative and cultural district, presents “State of the Art,” the first large-scale hybrid installation by ThankYouX, a leader in the NFT space who is bridging the gap between the traditional art and crypto worlds. This project reimagines the use of blockchain technology as a medium rather than a tool for distribution. During Art Week, ThankYouX presents an installation consisting of four paintings broken into 400 equal tiles, creating 1,600 unique paired physical and digital artworks. Each painting distinctively expresses ThankYouX’s representation and exploration of digital information migrating through the internet, blockchain and cyberspace. Upon launch, participants will randomly be assigned a digital tile that corresponds with a section of one of the four paintings. Eventually, collectors will be able to claim the identical physical artwork. They will also be able to work directly with the secondary market to purchase additional, adjacent and connecting tiles to merge – and eventually claim – a larger section of the canvas.
The exhibit will be on view from Wednesday, November 30, through Sunday, December 4. The opening reception, taking place November 30 from 5-8 p.m., is free and open to the public. An artist talk is scheduled for 6 p.m.
Negroni Bistro & Sushi Bar (Open to the public, no rsvp needed)
Enjoy international comfort food, cocktails and more at Negroni Bistro & Sushi Bar. The Midtown destination is a local hot spot for Nikkei-inspired sushi, Latin bites and lively vibes, perfect for celebrating Art Week. The restaurant is kicking off celebrations on Tuesday, November 29, with live body painting, dancers and special DJs all night long. A special Falopapas art exhibition will be on display for the remainder of the week, from November 30 until December 4, with nightly activations, including Jazz Night, live painting and special DJs. Experience a family-friendly daytime meal before joining a sensual nighttime occasion with red-lit walls and an exclusive cocktail bar spanning the dining room to the patio. But not everything revolves around the nighttime festivities: Weekend brunch includes spritzy drinks, croissants and egg favorites for a sunny sensation unlike anywhere else in Miami.
Italica Midtown (Open to the public, no rsvp needed)
Italica Midtown is making its Art Week debut with four days of back-to-back programming from December 1-4. Artist Sneak is kicking off the festivities with a live painting session on Thursday, December 1, from 8-11 p.m., complete with live music by Raiko. Falopapas will take over live painting on Friday, December 2, with Hugo Frank spinning beats. Italica Midtown wraps up festivities with Jazz Night by Group’O on Saturday and a special Disco Night by DJ Ale Cacciola on Sunday from 7 p.m.-midnight.
“Lluvia de Lana” at The Elser Hotel & Residences
On Thursday, December 1, from 5:30-6:30 p.m., The Elser Hotel & Residences will be hosting a Miami Art Week cocktail party and art talk to unveil “Lluvia de Lana,” a textile installation by Guatemalan artist Diego Olivero. The hotel’s lobby will be transformed into a 24/7 art space showcasing circular iron structures holding handspun wool that use gravity to create vertical cylinders. The wool, dyed in different techniques, is perceived as a solid pour of rain, causing a meditative feeling. The event will include light bites and cocktails.
Bribery Corporation at The Elser Hotel & Residences
This Art Week, The Elser Hotel & Residences in Downtown Miami is partnering with Bribery Corporation, a Miami-based boutique record label, fashion house and lifestyle brand with a focus on engrossing and soulful electronic music and art. Every night from 7-9 p.m., December 1-3, art fanatics and nightlife aficionados will flock to The Elser Hotel & Residences to celebrate art while toasting the Magic City. Highlights include art talks with Vickie Vainionpaa, an international rising star who considers the impact of technology on the process of painting, and Noah Becker, a renowned American artist who also publishes Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art; a pop-up exhibit by Tomas Redrado Art with art pieces made by Argentinian contemporary artists; a Coagula Art Journal-curated exhibit of new work by conceptual artist and Miami native John Barrymore; NFTs and digital artwork from Amir H. Fallah, Nicholas Dimes and Tan-Tan, as well as displayed video art by Carlos Rigau and Hunter Osking. The party will begin each night in the hotel guest rooms, where framed art will be displayed ensuite and digital art will be displayed on the TVs. Guests will receive a token and be directed to the pool deck, where the main party will take place. The sprawling 19,000-square-foot sun deck, offering pristine views of FTX Arena, MacArthur Causeway and South Beach, will be decorated with more art pieces on easels, and a digital NFT will be displayed on the large screen by the pool. The events will include live DJs and cocktails.
Art from the Hotel’s Extended Family at THesis Hotel Miami
Miami Art Week comes to the heart of Coral Gables this year, with THesis Hotel Miami sponsoring an art exhibit to support its extended family. This chic, strikingly designed destination will be transformed into a 24/7 art gallery showcasing masterpieces from JCarol Art, a contemporary folk artist who is also the sister of a member of the hotel’s team. THesis Hotel is excited to support its family and display this vibrant collection of art that captures special moments in life and possesses a powerful and symbolic meaning. JCarol Art has a vast collection of acclaimed works, including the “Curvy Winner” collection and the “Her Space – Small Space Series.”