In its second year, ART ASIA Miami (December 2-6, 2009) is taking place at the renowned SOHO STUDIOS in the gallery district of Wynwood. With a new curatorial and educational focus that culminates in the landmark exhibition titled Truly Truthful,ART ASIA features participating galleries and artists from over 15 countries such as Korea, China, Japan, India, Cambodia, Thailand, Lebanon, Pakistan, Taiwan, Albania, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Switzerland, France, and the US. ART ASIA and the exhibition Truly Truthful are open to the public from Thursday, December 3 to Sunday, December 5 with a sneak preview for VIPs and Press on Wednesday, December 2.


2136 NW 1st Avenue,
Miami, Florida, 33127



Wednesday | Dec 2 | 11am-6pm
VIP only

Press View
Wednesday | Dec 2 | 11am-6pm
Press only

Cocktail reception for VIP and Press
Wednesday | Dec 2 | 4pm-6pm
Sponsored by SAAGA Vodka

General Admission

Thursday | Dec 3 | 11am-7pm

Friday | Dec 4 | 11am-7pm

Saturday | Dec 5 | 11am-7pm

Sunday | Dec 6 | 11am-6pm


Special Events

Cocktail reception for Truly Truthful curated by Leeza Ahmady
Friday | Dec 4 | 4pm-6pm
Sponsored by SAAGA Vodka

Happening in front of Miami's new landmark building Marquis, Time After Self Portrait by Marya Kazoun is an off-site installation of stuffed "creatures," positioned throughout the plaza, who will come alive during a dazzling performance on Friday, December 4 at Marquis (12pm champagne reception). 

Another smaller scale performance is scheduled on Friday, December 5 (5pm) at ART ASIA Miami for Truly Truthful, an exhibition curated by Leeza Ahmady. Working primarily in installation and performance, Kazoun created worlds that parallel the one in which we live - exploring micro versus macro, beauty versus ugliness. Her artistic approach is predominantly feminine, as seen in her dexterity with materials and mastery of ancestral techniques like sewing and weaving. There will be a special cocktail reception hosted by SAAGA Vodka from 4pm-6pm. 

This project is made possible by: Africa Israel USA, Art Assets, and ART ASIA. Co-curated by Ombretta Agro' Andruff and Leeza Ahmady.