COCO Miami 2018 Will Be The Climax Closing Event Of Miami Art Week


Miami Art Week's Climax

COCO Miami 2018 Will Be The Climax Closing Event Of Miami Art Week

Many buzzworthy events will be happening as Miami Art Week comes to a close. None however match the beauty and vibrance of COCO Miami, an exclusive evening rich in cultural experiences and top influencers in the arts and entertainment industry. COCO Miami will be the climax closing event of Miami Art Week, an immersive sensory experience showcasing work by international artists Tom Franco, Justin Suico, and guest artists Ben Moon and Marty Kermeen. As featured in the industry’s best kept secret- the Event Influencers’ Miami Art Week | Art Basel Miami Beach Hot 100, the art extravaganza is hosted by media maven Emily Leguizamo on Sunday, December 9th at Taco Taco at Catalina Hotel & Beach Club.

This uniquely instagrammable event satisfies the most intense wanderlust by merging storybook fantasy and urban street vibes within a perfect South Beach setting. Attendees can look forward to a night of mesmerizing tunes and dynamic visual arts, which will be available for purchase. Those who RSVP will have access to an open bar and a variety of mouth-watering dishes served buffet style, courtesy of South Beach Group Hotels. Every guest will also be given a gift bag with the latest products from our sponsors at South Beach Group Hotels, Nug.com, Zico Coconut Water, Marley’s Sweets, Exousia Skin Care, NENA Cosmetics, and Coopers Hawk Winery and Restaurants.

In Partnership with
GoLucky Studios

COCO Miami 2018 Media Sponsors
New York Style Guide
Event Influencers’ Miami Art Week | Art Basel Miami Beach Hot 100

COCO Miami 2018 Sponsors
Nug.com, Zico Coconut Water, Cirillo Aerial Media, South Beach Group Hotels, Marley’s Sweets, Ill Form, CEO and Stilettos, Exousia Skin Care, NENA Cosmetics, Monee Elizabeth, Go Run USA, and Coopers Hawk Winery and Restaurants

About the Artists
Tom Franco is a mixed-media artist specializing in dynamic paintings, illustrations, and whimsical structures. Franco’s work is collaborative in nature, which allows him to be unpredictable, explorative, fast, and fun. He is the founder and director at Firehouse Art Collective, a pioneering non-profit changing the arts community in the East Bay area.

Justin Suico is a visual artist from Chicago, IL. Pioneering the emerging Abstract Literature movement, Suico’s paintings have been shown all over Chicago, in Miami’s Art Basel and in Asia Contemporary Art Hong-Kong. Endeavoring to continuously reimagine his art through cultural immersion, Suico has painted in a number of prominent cities including Reykjavik, Barcelona, Montreal, Florence, Rome, and Paris. His natural artistic eye has allowed him to curate multiple successful pop ups such as the SCOUT’s VIP access party for Hollywood executives & agents from Comedy Central, ABC, Dreamworks, Netflix, WME, CAA, UTA and Paradigm.

Ben Moon has a BA from Tulane in music and fine arts, and it was here that he immersed himself in the diverse artistic culture of New Orleans. He became fascinated by the ways in which his love of creating both sonic and visual elements could be combined to create a heightened emotional effect. Moon’s work has been featured in a string of successful exhibitions throughout the world, including New York, London, New Orleans, Beijing, as well as several appearances at Miami’s prestigious Art Basel.

Marty Kermeen As a stone sculptor, Marty specializes in the creation and installation of complex designs, including labyrinths. It is his belief that hand sculpting enhances the individual character of the rock and leaves the imprint of the stonecutter’s soul. Marty is passionate about his daily quest to leave a unique mark on this planet for the benefit of all, now and for generations to come. Through his company, Labyrinths In Stone, he has hand carved over 90 intricate labyrinths across the world, including for notable families, museums, hospitals, and professional sports teams.

COCO Miami will take place on Sunday, December 9th from 7-10PM at Taco Taco at The Catalina Hotel & Beach Club, 1720 Collins Ave. Miami Beach, FL 33139.

 

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