迈阿密海滩的艺术巴塞尔迈阿密海滩的规模可能是压倒性的，特别是对于像我这样的首要计时器。幸运的是，艺术顾问和历史学家SharónZoldan，创始人SZ Advisoryin Los Angeles, was available to shepherd me through the zaniness. Touring a group of us through some of the fair’s more exciting minimalist holdings, Zoldan highlighted several pieces expected to fetch tidy sums—among them, an untitled work by Claudio Parmiggiani shown bySimon Lee Gallery。意大利Arte Povera运动的成员，Parmiggiani今年通过捕获他工作室中的篝火的残留煤炭创造了煤渣涂层小组。结果是一种幽灵般的诗意的形象，与记忆，时间和破坏的主题说话。
洛杉矶的Kayne Griffin Gallery, meanwhile, exhibited work by another undersung artist of a trending movement. Mary Corse is one of the few women recognized as a part of the West Coast Light and Space movement, and herUntitled (Beams)at Art Basel is a testament to her ability to keep up with fellow members like James Turrell and Larry Bell. Like other pieces by Corse, the work features light-reflecting paint used on highways—a choice that not only adds dynamism and depth, but in this case also makes the sculptural work suitable for the outdoors.
Zoldan旅游的另一个最爱是Samira Yamin的All the Skies Over Syria, a touching, abstract reconstruction of Syrian skies as portrayed over the course of eight years by时间magazine. The work can be seen in顾客库展位，所以标记你的地图，并将Yamin作为一个观看。-Lila Allen