H.I.H. Princess Thi-Nga of Vietnam and Jim Suess,
President of Harry Winston

Luis Quintero and Diane Sepler
November 30, 2005

Art Basel Miami Beach VIP reception

On the opening night of Art Basel Miami Beach, the Bass Museum opened its doors to over 2,000 guests and hosted its biggest bash of the year.

Harry Winston, Friends of the Bass Museum, and Arte al Dia International Magazine generously sponsored the high profile event that brought together Bass Museum members with artists, gallerists, art collectors and distinguished guests from all over the globe.

The Art Basel event was preceded with an intimate gathering for upper level members, Friends of the Bass Museum, and special guests of Harry Winston and Arte al Dia.

Shortcuts between Reality and Fiction: Video, Installations and Painting from le Fonds National d'Art Contemporain is on view at the Bass Museum of Art on Miami Beach through January 29, 2006. For more information, contact Lee Ortega, Director of Marketing and Public Relations at 305-673-7530, Ext. 2001.

Donít miss the opening reception for I Wanna Be Loved by You: Photographs of Marilyn Monroe from the Leon and Michaela Constantiner Collection in February. To learn about membership to the Bass Museum of Art, visit www.bassmuseum.org.

Dr. Sanford Ziff and Norma Quintero

Artist Herve di Rosa with Diane Camber, Executive
Director of the Bass Museum

Jorge and Elena Blanco

Artist Orlan with Claude Allemand-Cosneau, Director of FNAC (Le Fonds National d'Art Contemporain)

Susy Korb, Chief Marketing Officer of Harry Winston

Visitors experiencing Malachi Farrell's interactive installation entitled Interview (Paparazzi)

Art enthusiasts posing in front of the Claude Closky silkscreen installation in the Bass Cafe

HernŠn Carrara, VP Marketing & Advertising Sales, and Maria Napoles from Arte al Dia International Magazine

Steven and Sharon Cantor

Jim Kelley, Director of Promotions for the Regent International Hotels, and Barbara Weinstein

Vivianne Kurzweil (center) and Dana Shear (right) with friend.

Art enthusiasts on the Bass terrace


Diane Camber and Wayne Haltiwarger

The Scull Sisters and son Michael made a special appearance

Spectators enjoying Bernard Lavier's installation
Walt Disney Productions 1947-1984

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