By purchasing a ticket to the Shorts Program you may also attend the Gender & Short Films: Emerging Female Filmmakers and the Barriers Surrounding Their Careers panel following Shorts Program 1 on a first come first serve basis.
“Your first glimpses of Bernice Steinbaum, one of Manhattan and Miami’s most fondly remembered art gallery owners, will remind you of Iris Apfel, the self- described “geriatric starlet” of her own recent feature biopic”, writes Kurt Brokaw.
To kick off its 26th edition, Art Miami, America’s foremost contemporary art fair, hosted a private cocktail reception and screening of the award-winning film BERNICE, by first time filmmaker Kristina Sorge. Presented by Art Miami and Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, the event honored Bernice Steinbaum, who is celebrating her 10th year exhibiting at Art Miami.
For Bernice’s 10th anniversary at Art Miami, she curated a booth titled “The Peaceable Kingdom.” This booth will display work by Enrique Gomez de Marina, Troy Abbott, Carolla Bravo and Patrick Jacob.
Artists and their art. Sideshow of the Absurd (USA, 14 min., Tina DiFeliciantonio, Jane C. Wagner) profiles antique carnival attractions. Cindy Sherman: “Untitled Film Stills” (USA, 4 min., Douglas Sloan) puts the famed photographer’s early work into focus. Colors of Life (Japan, 14 min., Goro Ushijima) explores the Japanese practice of creating colors found in nature. Artspeak (USA, 16 min., Bill Claps) affectionately critiques art world jargon. A force of nature in the New York art scene, Bernice (USA, 30 min., Kristina Sorge) has devoted her life to championing artists in their work and lives.