fun and coffee, in the sun
Intelligentsia Coffee popped up at for the fifth time at Art Basel with New Art Dealers Alliance, NADA. The fair took place at “a famous old hotel where Ed Sullivan brought the Beatles to perform back in 1964.” NADA as a not-for-profit fair held free institution focuses on. Samara Golden’s Setting Chairs is a highlight for its table context and the things that a table can hold and doe hold here. Look close.
Samara Golden, Setting Chairs,NADA @emilamuss
All Day Miami, a coffee concept focused on coffee and eggs featured the art of Daniel Arsham, from his series’ ‘Future Relic‘. Each relic appeared in volcanic ash and served as commentary of artifacts and ones modern day perception of the object. A telephone and a basketball also make a cameo in the series. Please say the art of pulling espresso shots isn’t going anywhere soon.
Local roaster and Miami staple Panther Coffee brought the art of music under its palm trees in Wywnood. Local artists, Not Spices Official took over the patio playing their signature Additionally because its lines and nearly every food and drink purveyor around it can get quite long it also offered a “grab and go under the tree” option for those not willing to wait in the Basel line.
It’s claim to pop-up fame was live on Thursday night – the official opening night of Art Basel thats, The Salty Art Donut Shoppe and Coffee Bar. On Saturday night it went live – that’s the first official brick and mortar store for the brand. If you’re in Miami and missed the pop ups it pops up again this coming weekend – December 10, 11 with Intelligentsia Coffee. Or, just stop into its new home open six days a week. Its closed on Monday, so you’ll have to get that Monday morning sugar fix elsewhere.