Sunday's Best Art Basel Miami Beach 2011 Events
|Photo by Ciara LaVelle|
|Bik Ismo's mural at The Collective|
Duran Blu's Pop-Up Performance: The funky duo of Gaby Duran and Lola Blu finish off the Steinway Pop-Up Piano Concert Series with a performance at Village Green Park, on a piano designed by Lorie Setton and Kazilla. The show starts at 12pm.
Gray at MBC: Last summer, Nicolas Taylor and Michael Holman teamed up for the first time in two decades to bring Gray, the band they started with Jean-Michel Basquiat, to the stage at the New Museum in New York. Catch film of the performance, which includes samples of the late Basquiat's voice, at the Miami Beach Cinematheque tonight at 7pm.
Get Lost: No, seriously. Miami is still dominated by Basel tourists for one more night, so you'll want to lose yourself at Electric Pickle's early-morning to late-night boozefest, designed to let you drink the art overload away, no matter how long it takes. The party started at 5:30am this morning, and continues until everybody in the place passes out.
Incubation: The Sunday after Basel is no time for an average Miami brunch. Instead, head to Jennifer Rubell's annual installation at the Rubell Family Collection where this year the artist is making yogurt and "anointing" it with honey before serving it to attendees. The installation runs from 9am to noon this morning.