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Art Basel: pop-up shops remain

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At least two pop-up shops remain open this weekend, as Art Basel Miami Beach enters its final days.
 
Cult Collective, at 1655 Meridian Ave., just off Lincoln Road in Miami Beach, offers an array of apparel and jewelry from independent designers from Latin America and Miami. In addition to the colorful assortment of clothes, the store also has vintage furniture and home décor items.
Among the offerings: Carla Fernandez's collection of apparel, hand-woven in Mexico, priced from $75 to $450.
Overall, prices range from $35 for jewelry to $20,000 for a Fornasetti vintage table, said pop-up co-owner Claudia Mendoza.
Cult Collective will be open through Wednesday. 

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Art Market, in the lobby of the Mondrian, 1100 West Ave., Miami Beach, offers unusual, artist-designed products.
The pop-up, owned by Doreen Remen, has a range of items, including a puzzle of Andy Warhol's Marilyn Monroe, $16.99; a Keith Haring wooden pull-toy, $75; a Dee Ocleppo tote bag designed by Marc Quinn - whose proceeds go to Autism Speaks, $350; and a Jeff Koons split rocker plate, $475.
The pop-up shop will be open through Sunday, said Brianna Cohen, Art Market's content manager.
 
- Ina Paiva Cordle

 

 

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