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Fair Market. 

 

A curated 4000 square-foot, raw, storefront space located on level 4, is a pop-up for the exchange of artist-designed products and a focus on artworks that utilize marketing tactics or commercial products in the creation of text-based activism artworks.

 
 
 
 
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Artist-designed t-shirts

by Otherwild x Herstory, Tatyana Fazlalizadeh, Bella Doña, word agency and more will be exhibited as art objects with a focus on their art historical importance particularly in the context of today’s social and political realities.

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The Situation Room 

will present their project ‘Gallery Talley’, which draws upon Guerrilla Girl techniques and highlights the gender gap in the art market and gallery system. 500 different artists designed over 500 posters for each of theses tallied galleries all which will be on display.

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Guerrilla Girls

will have their Miami debut featuring new enormous site-sensitive billboards inside the space with an additional corresponding exterior billboard. Exile Books will participate with “STAND UP!” zine and display 3 large format architectural Xerox posters that are based on photo documentation of poster designed for the historic womens’ march in Washington D.C. featured inside the zine.


Fair. Market will feature Fair Apparel., an installation of a curated collection of iconic text-based T-shirts designed by women with feminist and activist messaging.

 

The Situation Room will present an installation of posters from the Gallery Tally Project, a crowd- sourced, social engagement art project in which 500+ artists from around the world have joined the effort to collect and visualize statistical data regarding ratios of male and female artists in top contemporary art galleries.

 

Exile Books will feature “STAND UP!”. Documenting EXILE’s Stand Up! multilingual poster making workshops, Stand Up! zine compiles some of the signs made together into a new zine that reflects Miami’s voice.