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Ben Abounassif "Geometric Abstraction in Venezuela".. Photo courtesy of WUM
Pablo Griss "Geometric Abstraction in Venezuela"

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Havi Schanz
Miami International Art Fair 2011

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Florin Brojba
Fu Wenjun

Galeria De Arte La Sala, Chile

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Gebhardt Gallery & Studio

Karl Kueffel
Marvin Gralnick
Miyako Aoki
Vivid Galleria

Wladimir Tasoff

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ArtSpot and SPECTRUM Miami Art Fairs Significant Sales and Attendance Successes


MIAMI - (December 19, 2013) Significant sales and a attendance successes from ArtSpot and SPECTRUM Miami International Art Fairs announced today Redwood Media Group, parent company of Artexpo, SPECTRUM Art Fairs, DECOR Expo and Art Business News, and ArtSpot's founder and director, Aldo Castillo. 

Both art fairs side by side took place from December 4- 8 in the heart of Wynwood main Miami's art district. The fairs received a crowd of more than 4,200 guests on its opening night and more than 26,000 guests total. There was a wide array of compelling art at the show - From masters and contemporaries ranging from sculpture, video, photography, works on paper, mixed media, and more. As a result, exhibitors' sales were plentiful and collectors walked away with many exceptional artworks. 

The VIP opening preview party on Wednesday, December 4, included artists unveilings and musical entertainment from Miami's DJ What, passed hors d'oeuvres, complimentary products from VitaCoco and KIND snacks, as well as complimentary cocktails and wine from Tanduay Asian rum, Belaya Rus vodka and Repeat Wines. The evening also featured a live photo shoot with Miami City Ballet dancers by Jordan Matter, photographer and New York Times bestselling author of "Dancers Among Us."



I think that the success of both fairs ArtSpot and SPECTRUM Miami Art Fairs, is the fact that we the organizers decided to think outside of the box and concentrated only on offering what is fresh in the art world, as well as what was missing from the Art Basel Miami Week. Said Aldo Castillo, ArtSpot International Art Fair Director and Founder. 
33 Contemporary Gallery | Miami Art Basel Week
33 Contemporary Gallery | Miami Art Basel Week  


Here are some highlights from ArtSpot International Art Fair and SPECTRUM Miami:  


The Americas Collection galleryhas sales in process for $76,000 before the closing of the show from highlighted artists Pablo Martinez and Wladimiro Politano.  

Diego Rivera 

 Ford Fine Art sold a Diego Rivera to a collector from Mexico and has sales in process for $140,000 overall.


Aldo Castillo Gallery sold seven works by Emil Alzamora, three works by Fredy Villamil, four works by Adriana Carvalho and eight installations by Ancizar Marin among others.


33 Contemporary Gallery, featuring the Zhou Brothers along other artists from China, Europe, the United States and Mexico has sales in process for $46,000 from Harry Sudman, Dana Major and Christine Forni. 


Chinese artist Fu Wenjun had a sell-out show, selling all twelve pieces he brought from China to a single collector. 

Ben Joyce moved three pieces and lined up ten commissions for his signature "Abstract Topophilia" works (inspired by Google Earth images). His highest-seller was "San Francisco," which sold for $11,000.


Nicole Furman sold three pieces ("Kissing' Minnie" was the highest at $5,000), Art Company Misoolsidae sold five (highest seller was $5,700), Current Art Group USA sold more than $40,000 as the end of the fair.  


Cuban artist Humberto Benitez sold a whopping total of seven works; his highest-selling piece was "Los Invitados," which went for $23,000. The Selby Fleetwood Gallery showcased stunning works and displayed them both inside and outdoors. They sold many pieces, including Susan Stamm Evans' "Threads" priced at $40,000 and Kevin Box "Temple Mandala" priced at $20,000.
Gordon Huethersold "Stix & Stones" for $28,000, his "Sweet Orange Lens" at $9,500," items from his "Silver Lens" series at $8,500 each, and-get this-in the last three minutes of the show collectors claimed $18,500 worth of his exceptional works and that's just to name a few!
In addition to the vast array of contemporary works at the show, ArtSpot and SPECTRUM saw some classics from Chagall, Picasso, Diego Rivera, and many other masters. Such masters were mainly showcased by Old Towne Gallery and the Latin American Masters most of them born before 1940 were shown by Ford Fine Art . 
This year, show organizers partnered with Life Is Art, a local not-for-profit organization that works to promote and support the arts and the community in South Florida through events and education. Redwood Media Group is pleased to announce that the art fair raised more than $5,000 for Life Is Art.
ArtSpot International Art Fair is a stand-alone event hosted this year in Miami inside the Spectrum Miami Art Fair. ArtSpot International Art Fair focuses on art and business. Given the current world market fluctuations and ever expanding nature of the Art Fair business, Aldo Castillo is offering a focused platform where galleries, artists, and the supporters of the arts are joined and showcased in a trustworthy environment.  Art fairs are selected on their forward thought, innovation and inspiration as well as harboring a deep appreciation for art, where art is respected, researched, collected and profitable. ArtSpot 2013 replicates a model introduced to the Miami art community last year, presenting carefully selected modern, contemporary and cutting-edge galleries with strong curatorial programs and their represented artists. It is aimed at offering the best quality art to the Miami art community and worldwide collectors during Art Basel Week. SPECTRUM Miami is a juried collection of contemporary art that showcases works from mid-career artists and established galleries from around the world. The show, which caters to high-end collectors, buyers and art enthusiasts and was created to offer gallery owners, designers, architects and collectors extraordinary works by innovative, established artists.


ArtSpot will be returning to Miami next year during Art Week Miami from December 4-7, 2014 (Preview Party slated for Dec. 3). The show will be located at a new location in the Wynwood Art District: adjacent to Art Miami and Context. For more information, visit ArtSpot at 

Benjamin Canas
Benjamin Ca´┐Żas


Galeria de Arte la Sala, Santiago de Chile, Chile

Fine Latin American Art 


Isabel Brinck


Pablo Griss and Ben Abounassif, Venezuela

"Geometric Abstraction in Venezuela", Venezuelan contemporary artists, Pablo Griss and Ben Abounassif, whose styles are engendered from the acclaimed 1960's and 70's kinetic art movement in Venezuela.


Pablo Griss

Ben Abounassif


Marvin Gralnick, USA - "Urban Primalist"

Solo Artist Project


Marvin Gralnick


Karl Kueffel "Liquitachismus" - Germany

Solo Artist Project


Karl Kueffel


Fu Wenjun, "Buddha" -  China

Solo Artist Project


Fu Wenjun


Adriana Carvalho, "The Meninas Maids of Honour"


Solo Artist Project


Adriana Carvalho

Carolina Rojas, "Global Man", Venezuela

Solo Artist Project 

Carolina Rojas

 Havi Schanz "The Architecture of the Portrait"


Solo Artist Project


Havi Schanz



Carlos Machiavello


Carlos Machiavello, "15 Seconds of Fame"

Art Performance, USA 


15 Seconds of Fame is a TV Reality Show by Carlos Machiavello, based on the expression by Andy Warhol, who said in 1968 that "In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes.




ArtSpot 2013 is a distinctive art fair and a prime venue for art collectors, developed through a trial partnership between Castillo and the producers of Spectrum Miami Art Fair.

For more information on ArtSpot 2013,  please contact:


Aldo Castillo, Founder & Director


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