Bailey Contemporary Arts

POMPANO BEACH, Fla., Nov 30, 2017 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Bailey Contemporary Arts (BaCA) in Pompano Beach is excited to announce that their 10 resident artists will be presenting at Superfine! Miami 2017. The boutique contemporary art fair takes place December 6-10, during Art Basel, and features a hyper-curated exhibitor list.

“We are thrilled that BaCA will have a booth at the upcoming Superfine! art fair,” said Juliana Forero, Ph.D., BaCA’s gallery manager. “This event provides a platform for local, national and international visitors to learn about BaCA’s programming and the great work that we are doing in Pompano Beach. It is also a tremendous opportunity for our artists in residence to reach new audiences and expand their network.”

Artists participating include: Adewale Adenle, Missy Pierce, Cindy Trezona, Jinx Remover, Cherie Saleeby, CHNK, Galen Todd Traxler, Sandi Lazar, Heather Sisk, Samantha McInnis. BaCA’s Artists in Residence are a diverse group of international, national and local artists who form a dynamic community within BaCA’s walls.

During Superfine!, 46 international exhibitors ranging from top global galleries to Miami-bred independent artists will feature over 800 new works (70 percent priced accessibly between $200 and $4,000) as part of the only fair curated to provide both value and cutting-edge artwork under the same roof.

Superfine! Miami 2017 will kick off with a Midnight Vernissage starting at 11:30 p.m. on Wednesday, December 6 and will open to the public for a locals’ reception and concert the evening of Thursday, December 7. Tickets start at $10 for single day admission, $35 for all-access passes, and $50 for Midnight Vernissage passes (which include all features of all-access passes).

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About Superfine!:

Superfine! is a curated, boutique contemporary art fair. We humanize the art world by carving out a nice where passionate, professional artists and their champions meet eager collectors, one-on-one. Each fair is a fun and accessible environment built for bringing joy and excitement to the collecting experience. Through a hyper-curated exhibitor list, we consistently deliver high-quality, well-priced artwork directly to you.

About Bailey Contemporary Arts:

The mission of the Bailey Contemporary Arts (BaCA) is to cultivate, incubate and nurture a vibrant visual arts community that enriches Pompano Beach and its goal of being a nexus of art, creativity, diversity, and inspiration. Serving as an incubator for artistic innovation and education, the staff of BaCA amalgamates emerging local and national artists with industry professionals to elevate the creative process.

Located in the historic Bailey Hotel building, which was, at one point, the center of a thriving downtown in Pompano Beach. Built in 1932, the historic Bailey Hotel is the second oldest remaining building (right behind the old Farmer’s Bank building next door), and is part of the longest contiguous collection of historic buildings in Broward County.

Bailey Contemporary Arts is located at 41 NE 1st Street, Pompano Beach, FL 33060. For more information call 954-284-0141

About the Pompano Beach Redevelopment Agency (CRA):

A Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) is a dependent district established by City government for the purpose of carrying out redevelopment activities that include reducing or eliminating blight, improving the economic health of an area, and encouraging public and private investments in a CRA district. The CRA is governed by State Statutes, Chapter 163, Part III. The Pompano Beach Community Redevelopment Agency is funded through Tax Increment Financing (TIF). The funds are collected as property values increase and a portion of that increase is captured by the Agency. TIF raises revenue for redevelopment efforts without raising taxes.

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