Iván Navarro

Post image for Water Towers as Monuments to Immigration and Identity

Never had a water tower — its silhouette ubiquitous to New York’s skyline — been examined so carefully. Each was elevated eight feet above the ground on black stilts, and locals and tourists approached them curiously, standing beneath and craning their necks upward to see the contents within.

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Post image for 10 Actually Fun Works to See at Art Basel Miami Beach

MIAMI — Entering into the cavernous mouth of an art fair, it’s pretty easy to know what to expect — some blue-chip art, some provocative booths, and a few rare modernist works sprinkled throughout the contemporary avalanche. Thankfully, there are usually a few pleasant surprises. Here are ten works I actually enjoyed seeing at Art Basel Miami Beach (ABMB) 2012.

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Post image for Going Contemporary at the Armory

If the art world has been about globalism for quite a while I can say that is more true now than ever — if that’s possible.

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