MIAMI — Every year art watchers see trends. Many of these are more about the commentator’s interests and fixations than anything real. This year, I kept seeing works by great Uruguayan modernist Joaquín Torres García. Founder of a bizarrely named movement, Constructive Universalism, he’s known for his primary colored cubistic works that incorporate stacked architectural elements with cityscapes, lettering and faces.
This year, IMHO, was a windfall for the lover of Torres Garcia. Here is what I saw.
Art Basel Miami Beach continues until December 4 at the Miami Beach Convention Center (Miami Beach, Florida).