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10 December

JW Anderson celebrates art in Miami

 

For Art Basel Miami 2018, JW Anderson is exhibiting "Chance Encounters IV", an installation around the works of Anne Low, Ian Godfrey and Andrea Büttner, presented in the Loewe boutique of the Miami Design District.

By The editorial team

Chloe Wise
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Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia
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Jonathan Anderson and Anne Low
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Angeles Almuna and Gabriela Medina
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Anne Low and Roger Tatley
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Boris Izaguirre
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Caroline Daur
7/36
Casey Spooner
8/36
Coline Milliard
9/36
Craig and Jackie Robins
10/36
Craig Robins
11/36
Danié Gomez-Ortigoza
12/36
Daniel Kennedy and Thomas Dane
13/36
Darragh Hogan
14/36
Eugenio Re Rebaudengo and Olga Donskova
15/36
Eva Hughes and Carolina Melo
16/36
Felix Burrichter, Simon Castets and Antonia Josten
17/36
Felix Burrichter
18/36
Inés Figaredo, Alberto Merlo and Alejandro De Villota
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Inés Figaredo
20/36
Irene Rodriguez
21/36
Javier Leandro González and Custodio Pastor
22/36
Jonathan Anderson and Tonchi
23/36
Jonathan Anderson
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Jose Antonio Llorente and Irene Rodriguez
25/36
Joshua August and Joshua Veasey
26/36
Luis Garcia Fanjul, Judith Kamps et Inies Huvell
27/36
Mark DeMuro and Gracie Mansion
28/36
Nicole Warne
29/36
Pari Ehsan
30/36
Pepe Lopez
31/36
Sarah Arison
32/36
Simon Castets and Loring Randolph
33/36
Simon Cole and Tau Lewis
34/36
Simon Price and Alison Jacques
35/36
Thomas Mondo and Toby Webster
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Chloe Wise
Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia
Jonathan Anderson and Anne Low
Angeles Almuna and Gabriela Medina
Anne Low and Roger Tatley
Boris Izaguirre
Caroline Daur
Casey Spooner
Coline Milliard
Craig and Jackie Robins
Craig Robins
Danié Gomez-Ortigoza
Daniel Kennedy and Thomas Dane
Darragh Hogan
Eugenio Re Rebaudengo and Olga Donskova
Eva Hughes and Carolina Melo
Felix Burrichter, Simon Castets and Antonia Josten
Felix Burrichter
Inés Figaredo, Alberto Merlo and Alejandro De Villota
Inés Figaredo
Irene Rodriguez
Javier Leandro González and Custodio Pastor
Jonathan Anderson and Tonchi
Jonathan Anderson
Jose Antonio Llorente and Irene Rodriguez
Joshua August and Joshua Veasey
Luis Garcia Fanjul, Judith Kamps et Inies Huvell
Mark DeMuro and Gracie Mansion
Nicole Warne
Pari Ehsan
Pepe Lopez
Sarah Arison
Simon Castets and Loring Randolph
Simon Cole and Tau Lewis
Simon Price and Alison Jacques
Thomas Mondo and Toby Webster
  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

  • Tuesday 4th December, Chloe Wise, Casey Spooner and Jacinto Garcia took over the Miami Design District's Loewe boutique, which was turned into a gallery for Art Basel Miami, to open the "Chance Encounters IV" exhibition, bringing together works by Anne Low, Andrea Büttner and Ian Godfrey. For the last four years, the Loewe Foundation has been celebrating art by organizing "Chance Encounters" exhibitions, which bring together artists from a variety of disciplines to spark unexpected conversations. From ceramics to handwoven textiles to woodcut printing, Jonathan Anderson shows how the use of old-fashioned techniques can create vital dialogues with the present.

     

     

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