Posted in November 2009

wetheat.tv is 1 Year Old! BALLS! (in the Air)

This summer Wet Heat Project captured the vibe between the seasons, and as it turned out all eyes were ahead on December’s art fair week. The resulting interview bites are today (WetHeat.TV’s one-year anniversary) launched as a Special presentation:
BALLS in the AIR

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From among the crowds streaming into the event at Locust Projects, 50 brave volunteers took the interview hotseat for a snapshot of their plans, opinions and state of mind.

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Art professionals, artists, collectors, avid supporters of all things cultural– we recorded a range of moods and expectations that represented the 2nd Saturday scene of July 2009.

Read our pre-event post here.

Visit the BALLS site now and start watching.

 

 

 

Have you seen Vasquez, Haden A-Rolls?

The most recent A-Roll episodes on WetHeat.TV are Richard Haden and Michael Vasquez. 

Vasquez’ solo show “How the Land Lies” opened last night at Fredric Snitzer Gallery in Wynwood. The music in this A-Roll is courtesy of Armies of PHarmies.

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Michael Vasquez at work in his studio on Miami’s Upper Eastside.

Haden’s “Venting” opened October 10 at the Dorsch Gallery’s freshly renovated space in Wynwood, the day after Haden was singled out in the NYT Art In Review. The music in this A-Roll is by Awesome New Republic, courtesy of Honor Roll Music.

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Richard Haden at work in his studio in the Little River area of Miami.