Gallery: Inhabitat’s Top Eco Art Picks from Art Basel Week in Miami

The art world’s biggest week has just come to a close. Art Basel Miami and the satellite art fairs draw galleries, artists, and collectors from all over the world for one week in early December, to showcase the latest artworks, installations, and parties in sunny Miami. Inhabitat was on hand to check out the fairs, and round up some of our favorite pieces by artists who use found objects and recycled materials.
Buffalo-based Jason D’Aquino’s tiny pencil drawings on vintage matchbook covers sold out from The Shop’s booth at Scope Art Fair. The miniaturist creates finely detailed drawings on found objects such as matchbooks, antique ledgers, calendars and leaflets. D’Aquino often reminds his viewers of the past life of the found materials he uses by fuses elements from the original pieces with his drawings.

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