BKMIA-The Best of Brooklyn meets Miami! December 3-6!

Media Contact

Garrison Buxton



For Immediate Release:



December 3, 2009 at 7PM –Opening Night Reception with Artists

Complimentary Beverages provided by Amstel Light

Miami, FL – In an era where being from just “the City” doesn’t cut it, Brooklyn, New York has quickly become the newest epicenter for emerging arts and culture for not only the five boroughs but rather for the global audience. And as the international art world descends on Miami for Art Basel Miami Beach, the best of what Brooklyn has to offer will collectively congregate in the heart of the Miami Design District.

Ad Hoc Art brings you over 40 artists ranging from all mediums and styles that best represent the aesthetics and vision of the Brooklyn art scene. This comprehensive showcase will not only emphasize the visionary works of today’s biggest street artists such as The London Police, Lady Pink, Poster Boy and Skewville, but will highlight established contemporary artists such as Scott Draves, whose works in new media has been at the forefront of both art and technology. BKMIA is also proud to debut Mario Brothers, the latest addition to the Brooklyn street iconoclast whose mixed media collages can be seen on such high-profile publications as V Magazine and Interview.


With Miami serving as the perfect backdrop for this diverse group of artistry, BKMIA shines the spotlight on the unique alliance between the two cities as well as showcase the similarities of both cultures in relations to the contemporary art world.



Official BKMIA Artists Featured are:

• Avoid Pi

• Buxtonia {Alison & Garrison Buxton}

• Cahbasmn

• Cash4

• Celso

• Cycle

• Dan Taylor

• DarkClouds

• Dennis McNett

• Destroy & Rebuild

• Eastern District Collective

• Ezra Li Eismont

• Faro

• Flying Fortress

• Frank Russo

• Fred Harper

• Gaia

• Imminent Disaster

• Infinity

• Jim Kiernan

• Joe Vaux

• John Breiner

• John Fekner & Don Leicht

• Jonathan Villoch {DEPOE}

• JuseOne

• Keely Brandon

• Keith Haskel

• Kevin Brady

• Lady Pink

• Logik One

• Lucas

• Mario Brothers

• Martin Mazorra & Mike Houston {Cannonball Press}

• Martina Secondo Russo

• Michael Allen

• Mike De Feo

• Molly Crabapple

• Morning Breath

• NohJColey

• Peat Wollaeger

• Peripheral Media Projects

• Pez

• Poster Boy

Rafel Fuchs

Robert Steel


Royce Bannon

Ryan Doyle and UFO 930

Scott Draves & The Electric Sheep


The London Police

The Senator


Tod Seelie

Uhuru Design


About the BKMIA Team:

Garrison Buxton (Principal Curator) is the co-founder of Peripheral Media Projects, Inc. and Ad Hoc Art, Brooklyn.

Alison Buxton (Co-Curator) is the co-founder of Ad Hoc Art, Brooklyn.

Michael Cabrera (Co-Curator) is the owner and founder of Eastern District, Brooklyn.

Max Pierre (Creative Director) is the owner and founder of AE District, Miami.

Gallery Hours during Art Basel Miami Beach:

December 3, 2009 | 12PM to 5PM

o Opening Night Party 7PM – 11PM with special performances TBA

December 4, 2009 | 11AM to 7PM

December 5, 2009 | 11AM to 7PM

December 6, 2009 | 11AM to 5PM

o Closing Night Party 7PM – 11PM with special performances TBA

BKMIA | 4040 NE 2nd Avenue, Suite 103 | Moore Building | Miami, FL 33137 For more on BKMIA, visit www.BKMIA.COM

www.aedistrict.com www.eastern-district.com www.adhocart.org

Joe Vaux and Gilbert Oh Show Opening was Excellent…

(NOV 13th 2009) Ad Hoc Art & Eastern District had an outstanding opening featuring stunning works by Vaux & Oh.  Come see these gems before December 6th.

HOURS: Wednesday through Sunday, noon – 7pm.

Joe Vaux & Gilbert Oh November 13th- December 6th 2009.

"Protect Your Head" Joe Vaux "Gypsy Girl" Gilbert Oh

Opening Reception November 13th, 6-10pm.
at Eastern District, 43 Bogart Street.

Joe Vaux was born and raised on the east coast, and in 1996 he moved out to Los Angeles to start his career in animation. Vaux been working in animation for 10 years on various shows, painting in his free time. After having several shows in and around LA and the west coast, Vaux will return to the east coast next year for his first feature show in the NYC area. Gilbert Oh wrote his very first cartoon book, drawings and all, when he was six years old. He has never stopped reading cartoon books ever since and probably never will. http://gilbertoh1.blogspot.com/ http://joevaux.com/