SIXTY’s Best of Miami Art Week

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Well, it was most certainly a whirlwind, but SIXTY’s first venture into the deep waters of Miami Art Week was a success. Nautilus, a SIXTY Hotel, open since just this fall, played host to art installations, surprise performances, dignified luncheons, and just enough debauchery to quicken the pulse. What’s high culture, after all, if not juxtaposed against a bit of low? During the day, we had installations with both Artsy and Depart Foundation. In the early evening, parties with everyone from Flaunt Magazine to Interview. And, on the daringly later side, our beach-side tent offered revelers a place to party into the wee hours of the morning, only to wake up and do it all again. Herewith, we’ve selected some of our favorite moments from the week. Until next year, friends.

Artsy Projects: Nautilus

Throughout the week, Artsy and SIXTY Hotels came together to put on Artsy Projects: Nautilus, packed to the brim with on-site installations from artists Katherine Bernhardt, Dan Colen, Mira Dancy, Nicolas Lobo, Eddie Peake, Scott & Tyson Reeder, Nick van Woert, and Chloe Wise.

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Eddie Peake installation from above.

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Nick van Woert installation. Photo by Carla Barraez.

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Mira Dancy installation. Photo by Carla Barraez.

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Dan Colen installation. Photo by Harrison Boyce.

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Detail from Katherine Bernhardt pool installation. Photo by Carla Barraez.          65uCi

Depart Foundation and Nautilus Present ‘WONDERWHEEL’

Curated by editorial platform, CURE, WONDERWHEEL will be presented on the walls of Nautilus through September 30, 2016. Here, you’ll find works from artists Zachary Armstrong, Petra Cortright, Gabriele De Santis, Trenton Doyle Hancock, Ryan Gander, Marc Horowitz, Oliver Laric, Helen Marten, Takeshi Murata, Oliver Osborne, Marco Palmieri, Grear Patterson, Eddie Peake, Cameron Platter, Jon Rafman, Francesco Simeti, Martin Soto Climent, and Kyle Thurman.

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Zachary Armstrong detail from ‘WONDERWHEEL.’

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The walls of NAUTILUS, featuring ‘WONDERWHEEL.’

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Grear Patterson installation for ‘WONDERWHEEL.’

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Collage from ‘WONDERHWHEEL.’ Photo by Carla Barraez.

Flaunt Magazine with Pusha T

Pusha T came on for a surprise performance at the Flaunt Magazine x Guess party at Nautilus. In celebration of his appearance on the mag’s cover, Pusha also debuted the trailer for his film, Darkest Before Dawn.

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Pusha T. Photo by Harrison Boyce.

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Pusha T. Photo by Harrison Boyce.

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Miguel. Photo by Harrison Boyce.

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The Martinez Brothers. Photo by Harrison Boyce.

TOME and Solange at Driftwood Room 

CFDA Vogue Fashion Fund alumni TOME hosted a gorgeous luncheon outside of Nautilus’ Driftwood Room. Solange, stunning in white, hosted, while DJ Kitty Cash manned the turntables.

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DJ Kitty Cash with Solange. Photo by Carla Barraez.

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Lunch with TOME on the patio of Driftwood Room. Photo by Carla Barraez.

Beach Painting Club with Sandro and Interview Magazine

Ending the week with a bang, Interview Magazine and Sandro hosted Beach Painting Club where, aptly, works were made seaside. Later in the evening, Miguel came on for a very special performance.

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View from the tent. Photo by Carla Barraez.

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Detail of art made at Beach Painting Club. Photo by Carla Barraez.

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Miguel performing. Photo by Carla Barraez.

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