Cheryl Hazan Contemporary Art

CONTEXT ArtMiami

CONTEXT ArtMiami

smiling coppers by banksy

Banksy

Smiling Coppers, 2003

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choose your weapon by banksy

Banksy

Choose Your Weapon, 2010

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rome pays off by jean-michel basquiat

Jean-Michel Basquiat

Rome Pays Off, 2004

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cash flow by vicki dasilva

Vicki DaSilva

Cash Flow, 2013

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roddies rock by vicki dasilva

Vicki DaSilva

Roddies Rock, 2012

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eiffel tower by vicki dasilva

Vicki DaSilva

Eiffel Tower, 2013

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slalom by vicki dasilva

Vicki DaSilva

Slalom, 2011

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change of pace by karim ghidinelli

Karim Ghidinelli

Change of Pace, 2013

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accultured by karim ghidinelli

Karim Ghidinelli

Accultured, 2013

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dog by keith haring

Keith Haring

Dog, 1985

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kawsbob by kaws

KAWS

KAWSBOB, 2013

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white all stars by diederick kraaijeveld

Diederick Kraaijeveld

White All Stars, 2012

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mardi 3 décembre 2013dimanche 8 décembre 2013

35 North Moore Street
New York, NY USA

Context Miami
December 3—8, 2013
Art Miami Pavilion
3201 NE 1st Avenue, Miami, FL
www.contextartmiami.com
Booth #E7

Cheryl Hazan Contemporary art is pleased to announce its participation in the Context Miami Art Fair during Art Basel Miami Beach. The gallery is featuring two original Banksy pieces both titled Smiling Copper on Cardboard at the fair. Banksy is a UK based graffiti artist known for his witty political and social commentary in the form of public street art stencils and other projects including pranks and performance.

Smiling Copper on Cardboard was created for the WUK Kunsthalle Exnergasse in Vienna 2003. The smiling cop imagery is seen in a number of other Bansky works including Have a Nice Day, 2004, a screenprint based on his original street piece on a bridge on Old Street London where a posse of riot police with their smiles look down on commuters. Among many other events and circumstances of our time, the Hartcliffe Riot of 1992 in Bristol influenced Banksy’s political perspective as a youth and is still evident in his work, particularly those that include imagery of riot police. Via the medium of stenciling, Banksy has the ability to impact a wide range of people and include public space as content. It adds a particular weight and intention to the impact of his work. Stencils have been used in history to instigate revolutions and enable Banksy to work illusively, secretly, and quickly. Banksy is a pseudonym for his real name, and this anonymity elevates and enriches the status of his work.

Banksy is seen by many as the most important street artist since Basquiat. The impact of his work stretches to all parts of the world and reaches a vast breadth of people. His highest selling piece to date is a defaced Damien Hirst original “Keep it Spotless” which sold for $1.8 million in 2008. Recently, he finished a month long residency in New York City. Each day of October Banksy created a new piece or performance. His work was a striking presence in the community and received constant press and recognition. He incorporated public space, tourism, consumerism, politics, and society in an artist-asactivist methodology.

Cheryl Hazan Contemporary Art, located on the ground floor in TriBeCa, exhibits abstract, contemporary, and process based works by regional & international emerging, mid-career, & established artists. The gallery’s artists have exhibited widely in museums and galleries, and are in numerous private and corporate collections. Founded in 2001 by Cheryl Hazan, the gallery specializes in placing medium and large-scale work in residences, corporate offices, hotels, and public spaces and has in-house consultants available to work with clients. The gallery has participated in many art fairs including the Houston Fine Art Fair, Art Hamptons, and Bridge Art Fair.