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That’s a Wrap! End of the Year Message

Miami— December 14, 2022 — As the year draws to an end, we reflect on 2022 and the work we performed and the many accomplishments we achieved. Our success would have been impossible without you, our community of clients, friends, and supporters.  It is with humbleness and great appreciation that we share with you some of the highlights of our year.  

In 2022, we hung an array of artists at our art loft in Miami’s Wynwood district, from modern masters of the statue of Joseph Cornell and Alexander Calder and established contemporary artists like Julian Schnabel and George Condo to rising stars Amoako Boafo and Kennedy Yanko. Our space became the perfect setting to experience art in a comfortable and intimate way and for innumerable fulfilling conversations with clients, artists, art professionals, partners, and many other Tresart friends, furthering our ongoing goal of nurturing meaningful relationships. 

Keeping a close look on the market, we visited international fairs like ARCO Madrid, Frieze New York, Art Basel, Contemporary Art Now Art Fair Ibiza, TEFAF New York, The Armory Show, Paris+ par Art Basel, and Art Basel Miami Beach. We participated in major auctions in person, on the phone or online; visited this year’s spectacular Venice Biennial, and met with clients and partners in a multitude of international cities.

This year, we continued broadening our research and inventory to include established and up-and-coming contemporary artists, offering our clients a variety of opportunities. We saw the market regain its confidence in modern and contemporary art and had the privilege of placing important works by prestigious and esteemed artists, such as Alberto Giacometti, Wifredo Lam, Amoako Boafo, Sarah Hughes, Belkis Ayón, Nicolas Party, among many others. 

We supported our local museums, particularly The Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach’s contemporary art museum, founded in 1964. We encourage you to support your local museum in your end-of-year philanthropic giving. 

In 2023, we will continue supporting our clients, keeping the art market’s pulse, exploring new artists and offering our support and services to the art community.  We look forward to welcoming you back to the gallery in the new year. 

Please note that Tresart will remain open (by appointment only) until Friday, December 23rd at noon and will resume operations on Wednesday January 4th, 2023.

We hope this holiday season will be a time of joy, peace, and renewal for you and your families. Happy holidays! 

Antonio de la Guardia, Principal

Tresart Gallery

Photos, clockwise from top left:
Installation view of Ugo Rondinone ’the water is a poem, unwritten by the air, no. the earth is a poem, unwritten by the fire’, Petit Palais, Paris; Installation view of works by Kennedy Yanko, Mickalene Thomas and Julie Curtiss at Tresart’s Wynwood Loft, Miami; Tresart Team, Marlen Batista & Antonio de la Guardia, at Tresart’s Wynwood Loft, Miami; Tresart Team at Christie’s Post-War and Contemporary Art Day Sale viewing, New York; Ingrid Maspoch & Antonio de la Guardia at The Bass Ball 2022, The Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach; Phillips NY salesroom during Phillip’s 20th Century & Contemporary Art Evening Sale, May 18 2022, New York.