LET THERE BE REGGAE- ART BASEL 2018- CURATED SNAPSHOT OF REGGAE MUSIC AND DANCEHALL CULTURE
Let There Be Reggae, an exclusive reggae art event was held last night. The successful event was a unique vibe showcasing a curated snapshot of Reggae music and Dancehall culture through art. Miami Art Week and Art Basel brings together artists, celebrities, musicians and art lovers from all over the world to Miami to enjoy the arts.
This year, Let There Be Reggae featured exhibitors Patricia Chin, co-founder of VP Records; Ranking Levy & Ellen G from Tel Aviv, Israel; Maria Hitchins from Dancers of Jamaica and Photographer Jik-Reuben.
Art lovers who missed the opening night last night will have a chance to attend today as Let There Be Reggae runs two nights, Thursday, December 6th and Friday, December 7th from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm both nights at The Lab Miami 400 NW 26th Street, Miami, FL 33127 in the Wynwood Art District. There is a $25 entry fee for the Opening Reception. Tickets will be available at the door and online.
An Art Exhibition on Reggae music would not be complete without musical guests. The Opening Reception featured a performance by VP Recording artist Christopher Martin, legendary sound selector of Renaissance Disco – DJ Delano and Miami’s Eccentrix Sound.
Tonight, Let There Be Reggae is featuring vintage Selector Pepperbox and Miami’s IICONDJS. Entry is complimentary on Friday for art lovers.
Christopher Martin also attended an event Wednesday night put on by 305 Films hosted by Dwayne Wade. Visuals were provided by xx director Gil Green (pictured with Chris Martin), Jonathan Mannion, Claudia La Bianca, Jona Cerwinske, and sounds by Chromatic Sound, Dutty Dex LS One, Silent Addy and Tom La Roc.