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Will Feature Works By: ANABELLA BORGES, ANTHONY BURKS, KEVIN DODGE, MARTA ECHAZARRETA, TED ELLIS, FARIDA GUL HAROON, MICHAEL GRAY, MARCUS JANSEN, CARL JUSTE, LYNDALE PETTUS, DON PERLYN, RALPH PROVISERO, HAILE KING RUBIE, MIGDALIA SALAZAR, LUIS VALLE and ROBERT ZUCKERMAN

MIAMI, FL – 3 Oct, 2016 – Do You Basel?™ / NRM PERKULATOR™announced today that An African American Art Perspective Free Range Art Show™ is scheduled to take place October 12 through October 16, 2016. Digital, Photographic Works and Works on Paper will be on display in The Melin Building (3930 NE 2nd Avenue, 2nd Floor, Suite 201, Miami FL 33137). Fine Art Exhibition will be on display at Palm Court, (Third Floor, 140 NE 39th Street, Third Floor Event Space, Miami, FL 33137). Exhibition Hours are Monday through Saturday from 10AM to 6PM and Sunday 10AM to 4PM.

An African American Art Perspective Free Range Art Show™ is an Invitational Salon Exhibition. Its purpose is to raise awareness of local, national and international artists and arts professionals. This free range art perspective, will highlight what is trending in contemporary and emerging art as well as highlight African-American master work, photography and works on paper among new gallerists, dealers, lesser-known established artists, and emerging artists.

Join us on Saturday, October 15, 2016 at 5:00 PM when NRM PERKULATOR™ Discussions and Performances will present a conversation and discussion with art historian Frank Martin from the I.P. Stanback Museum on the seminal 1969 Harlem On My Mind exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Forty seven years later, the relevance and historic impact of this exhibition on museums and popular culture will be considered.

To conclude the exhibition on Sunday, October 16, 2016 at 6:30 PM, Vernon Reid, internationally acclaimed guitar virtuoso and founder of the Grammy Award winning rock band Living Colour, along with innovative turntablist DJ Logic are special featured guests for an eclectic closing night multimedia musical performance.

Songwriter, Composer and Guitarist, Vernon Reid is best known as the founder and primary songwriter of the rock band Living Colour. Reid was named No. 66 on Rolling Stone magazine’s 2004 list of the 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time. Living Colour enjoyed double platinum-selling success with their debut album Vivid and their gold-certified successor, Time’s Up, earned two consecutive Grammy Awards in the category of Best Hard Rock Performance. Reid released his first solo album, Mistaken Identity in 1996 and collaborated with the choreographers Bill T. Jones on Still / Here and Donald Byrd on Jazztrain.

Reid composed the score for the the 2001 documentary Ghosts of Attica, the feature film 2002 film, Paid in Full, and he was the music supervisor for the 2004 film, Mr. 3000, starring Bernie Mac. His prolific session output includes playing live or on record with a variety of artists including The Roots, Eye & I, Mick Jagger, Rollins Band, Spearhead, Public Enemy, Janet Jackson, Mariah Carey, Tracy Chapman, Ronald Shannon Jackson, Defunkt, Santana, Bernie Worrell, MC 900 Ft. Jesus, B.B. King, Terry Bozzio, Black Sugar Transmission (Vernon solos on the title track of 2009’s Use It EP) and DJ Spooky. Reid and DJ Logic collaborated together as the “Yohimbe Brothers” and released the album Front End Lifter in 2002.

Special Guests / Featured Artists Include:

Farida Gul Haroon — born in 1954 in Peshawar, Pakistan. Her work in abstract and figurative painting speaks clearly on her commitment to artistic integrity. Miniature painting is an art form that was patronized by the medieval and often depicted historic occasions and the courtly lifestyles of these rulers. In her own work as a student at Punjab University she learned techniques of preserving authentic original miniatures. And then trained in drawing the jewelry worn by the subjects of these paintings with gold leaf and precious stone powders such as emeralds, pearls and rubies. This required an intricate technique, tremendous patience and a very steady hand. Each painting though only about five by five inches required two to three weeks to complete. The border of these paintings was about three inches wide and was also painted with the same intricate technique using a single haired sable brush. Farida currently resides and works in Coral Springs, FL.

Haile King Rubie’s purity of expression explores ideas of family, African and Caribbean culture as well as dance. Most people who discover his works are surprised to learn that he was born with Downs Syndrome. His commissioned painting, Welcome to Harlem (2011), was selected and etched in steel as part of the permanent installation of 15 works by contemporary Harlem Artists in the Harlem River Park Etched Steel Plaques Project. Haile’s other New York exhibitions include: JVC Jazz Festival; The Museum of Natural History; The National DOWNrightART Exhibition, CasaFrela Gallery; Artwalk Harlem; Soapbox Gallery, Brooklyn, 2011; Hutchins Gallery Exhibition, B. Davis Schwartz Memorial Library of the Long Island University and C.W. Post Campus. His awards include the 2014 FEGS/Haym Salomon People’s Choice Art Contest. He has received commendations from the City Council of NYC, Inner City Broadcasting; Studio Museum of Harlem; Hon. Michael Bloomberg (former Mayor of New York City) and many others.

PROGRAMMING SCHEDULE/LINK TO ARTIST BIOS (2016) at http://doyoubasel.miami

MONDAY, OCTOBER 10 through WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2016

Exhibition Previews (by appointment only) 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2016

Exhibition Hours: 10 AM – 6:00 PM Register: http://bit.ly/aaart2016 – Opening Reception (by invitation only) 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2016

Exhibition Hours: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Register: http://bit.ly/aaart2016

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2016

Exhibition Hours: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Register at: http://bit.ly/aaart2016

In SUITE 200, 3930 NE 2nd Avenue, 2nd FL Miami, FL 33137

3:00 PM Don Perlyn (Photographer)

5:00 PM Frank Martin (Art Historian)

Contact: Kendra Palomino

Tel: 1.305.741.2017

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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2016

Exhibition Hours: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM Register: http://bit.ly/aaart2016

CLOSING RECEPTION: 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM

in SUITE 200, 3930 NE 2nd Avenue, 2nd Floor, Miami, FL 33137

RSVP / Register: http://bit.ly/aaart2016

4:30 PM dei 7 free range music — a blend of genres and vibes for an afro-latin folk journey featuring Ivo Carvalho, Jay Rodriguez and Derin Young — RSVP / Register at: http://bit.ly/aaart2016

6:30 PM — VERNON REID and DJ LOGIC — multimedia music performance with internationally acclaimed guitarist and founder of rock group Living Colour, Vernon Reid and innovative turntablist, DJ Logic — RSVP / Register: http://bit.ly/aaart2016

LINK TO PROGRAMMING SCHEDULE (2016) – http://bit.ly/aaart2016

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