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The Bang & Olufsen Beogram turntable.

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Coke Slab by Sebastian Errazuriz. Courtesy of Grey Space.

Last night we went to the opening reception of Grey Area, co-founded by Kyle de Woody and Manish Vora. They told us about the old Scarface Miami element they’ve noticed at their art and object shop at the Bass Museum. Check out Coke Slab by Sebastian Errazuriz, Ghetto Blaster by Ryan Humphrey and Ak-47 by Dustin Yellin. “Two days into the fair there’s a real appetite to buy,” says Vora. “So many of our objects are done by famous artists for affordable prices, so people have been coming in and saying, ‘Show me something to buy!’ We’re making famous artists’ work more affordable.” Through December 4 at Bass Museum of Art;


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