SCOPE Miami Beach. | 2014.

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[dropcap size=small]F[/dropcap]resh off the plane, our first stop was SCOPE Miami Beach. We could have checked into our hostel right away, but instead we decided to waste no time in seeing what SCOPE had to offer. There were a lot of familiar faces at the fair. We spotted works by Shawn Huckins (featured in our last print issue), ran into acclaimed artist Naturel, and stopped by to see our friends from Castle Fitzjohns. Standout pieces included a hyperreal sculpture by Kazuhiro Tsuji, a gallery of works by Buff Monster and a large scale aluminum piece by Han Young-Wook.


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