Kicking off Art Basel in Miami Beach this year, the highlights were mainly at the Convention Center, Context, Art Miami, Untitled, Scope and Red Dot. Aside from the art were the philanthropic efforts of experts in the field who are always finding ways to give back. One of them is Michelle Rosenfeld, who tours and explains art. Every Basel for the past twelve years, Mrs. Rosenfeld donates her time and energy to giving exclusive group tours to go towards raising money to the Fisher Island Philanthropic Fund, which goes to building playgrounds for disabled and handicapped children. Mrs. Rosenfeld spends months preparing and organizing these group tours of Art Basel’s best shows, where she shares her expert knowledge and experience in the art field.  The group tours cover Art Basel at the Convention Center on Wednesday and Thursday. They save Art Miami and Context Art Fair for Friday and Saturday, where they covered 20 galleries including her son, Jason’s who owns & runs ROSENFELD Gallery in NYC & Miami.

 

Rosenfeld Gallery, which is now run by Michelle’s son, Jason Rosenfeld, is a world-renowned public New York gallery with a focus in Modern and Contemporary Masters. Jason Rosenfeld owns & runs this gallery showing at Art Miami this year and drew crowds from all over the world. For each work of art, their expert staff conducts thorough research, documentation, provenance, exhibition history, condition, and literature. They provide the public and their private clients with a broad range of services, including advisory, appraisals, market analysis, placement, lighting, framing, and restoration.


The gallery can assist with the selection and purchase of an individual work of art or develop a complete cohesive collection. They exercise the utmost discretion with each and every client. Whether purchasing or selling through them, your satisfaction, comfort, and privacy is their goal.

   

About The Author

Sara Nardea is no stranger to the art world, selling her own paintings and curating exhibitions -- from pop art to abstraction and now to art journalism, she is bringing her New York success to the up-and-coming Miami scene. Sara is now a contributing writer and editor at L'Etage Magazine.

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