5 Best Booths at Miami Project 2015
December 4, 2015

This year’s Miami Project headed to the Deauville Beach Resort, spreading across the hotel’s lobby and ballrooms. Like the casual set-up itself, the art was a bit lighter in spirit and often elided the intellectual for a quirky charm. Here’s a look at some of the fair’s best booths. Read full article >

Sussing Out the Good Stuff at Art on Paper and Miami Project
December 2, 2015

The Deauville Beach Resort has been the home of the NADA art fair since 2009, but times change. This year NADA has moved further downtown, and the hotel is hosting two sister satellite fairs on its sprawling first floor: Art on Paper, which is celebrating its inaugural edition on sandy beaches, and Miami Project, now in its fourth year and known for exhibiting more under-the-radar galleries. Although the former is much smaller, offering only 17 booths compared to the latter’s nearly 50 exhibitors, the two essentially run symbiotically (they’re both organized by Art Market Productions), with some paper-centric works spilling into the grand rooms housing Miami Project booths. Read full article >

“Another Shitty Painting” By Michael S. 
December 3, 2015

At Art on Paper Miami, this outsized piece by Michael Scoggins has reportedly been a favorite subject of photographers weary from the fairs. You can see it at the booth of Brooklyn gallery Victori+Mo. Read full article >

The MOO Blog
Paper-viewing Art Basel Miami with A. Moret – Day Two
December 3, 2015

Art Basel Miami is one of the largest celebrations of contemporary art in the world. And it’s on right now until the 6th December. Never ones to miss a party, we’ve collaborated with artist Aerosyn-Lex Mestrovic on his latest work CODICES and we’re showing it at SCOPE Miami Beach. If you’re in Miami and want to say hi, we’re in the big tent on the beach! While we’re busy inside the tent, curator, editor (and good friend), A. Moret is spending three days on the lookout for her favourite paper artists at Art Basel Miami. Here are her faves on her second day at the event. Read full article >

ArtNet News
Market Art + Design Brings Hip Galleries and Celebrity Artists in Search of Summer Money
July 10, 2015

If Hamptons art fairs often get a bad rap, Market Art + Design (formerly known as Art Market Hamptons) is doing everything in its power to rid the East End of its stereotype of hosting mediocre Pop art and overpriced beach house decor by showcasing hip, emerging galleries and an eclectic variety of fine art and design in a chill, food truck-filled farm by the bay. Read full article >

W Magazine
Cross Words
July 1, 2015

Whether or not kids still pass notes in classrooms—ironically, perhaps—the artist Michael Scoggins’ works on wide-ruled paper evoke particular traits of adolescence (rage, contradiction) still applicable to the adult (art) world. The message just sounds better in schoolboy vernacular. Michael Scoggins and Joe Nanashe’s two-man exhibition “Dirty Words” is on view through July 31 at New York’s Victori + Mo gallery. Read full article >

Guest of a Guest
Interview: Ed Victori & Celine Mo, The Young Gallerists Who Took Over Art Basel Miami 2014
December 18, 2014

Entrepreneurial dealer and ex-risk analyst, Ed Victori, is teaming up with gallery veteran and art history buff, Celine Mo, to take on the art world with a fresh vision and progressive model in the new year. We caught up with Ed and Celine at Art Basel Miami this year and had the opportunity to learn all about this duo and how Victori+Mo first began, how art influences their personal lives, what the duo has in store for us next, and much more. Read full article >