Art Basel


Ruinart's Masterpiece Series Brings A New Form Of Art To Its Champagne

Georgia Russell debuts work at Art Basel
Jun 26, 2014 1:00 pm

Visitors to Ruinart's lounge at Art Basel last week were treated to much more than some of the world's best champagne. Besides serving up the bubbles, the historic champagne house — and France's oldest — brought its own artistic contributions to the fair in the form of an astounding sculptural piece by artist Georgia Russell. 


Where To Eat: Art Basel Miami Beach 2013

Here's what not to miss during Art Basel, food-wise
Dec 2, 2013 12:00 pm

To prepare you for Art Basel  — the massive annual art fair that takes over Miami this week — here's a list of great places to eat. In addition to the art, the fair has become known for pop-up nightclubs, restaurants and cafés. We list some of our favorite spots (new and old) to grab a quick bite, conduct a power lunch or dinner, or to get away from the scene.


A Gourmand's Guide To Art Basel Miami Beach 2012

Cuban Coffee, soup kitchens for jet setters & more
Dec 5, 2012 4:32 pm

It's that time of the year — Art Basel Miami Beach kicks off this week and art aficionados (plus an army of scenesters) are flocking to Miami from every corner of the world. Check out the ultimate guide to everything you need to known about Art Basel from a food and drink (and food and drink as art) perspective.



A Gourmand's Guide To Art Basel

Eating & drinking my way through Miami's art scene
Dec 5, 2011 4:26 pm

People always ask me after how Art Basel was. As far as I’m concerned, it’s a rhetorical question: Art Basel’s always an amazing, mind-blowing collision of art, culture, commerce, schmoozing, drinking, eating and dreaming (mainly of being able to afford the art), and it couldn't be anything else.

Photo Gallery: Eat The Art

Jennifer Rubell's art satisfies every craving
Nov 29, 2011 4:45 pm

Food writer turned conceptual artist Jennifer Rubell creates whimsical culinary installations using food as an integral art medium. Whether it's padding a room with 1,600 cones of pink cotton candy, hanging 1,521 doughnuts in a grid formation at the perfect tilt or presenting guests with 2,ooo lbs. of BBQ ribs, Rubell's large-scale interactive installations are fascinating food art. The best part: guests are encouraged eat the art during the installation.


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