Friday, November 8, 2013

Gator In The Bay is the #1 Recommended, Must-See Art Exhibit During Art Basel Miami Beach 2o13

Miami-based artist Lloyd Goradesky's Gator In The Bay is at the top of the charts, receiving worldwide attention and this is just the beginning. As we countdown to Art Week in Miami, Goradesky's Floating Tile Art pieces are expected to increase in value exponentially. There are 1o4 Floating Tile Art pieces that collectively make up Gator In The Bay, which will be on display at the Miami Yacht Club, Dec.4-8, 2o13 located at 1oo1 MacArthur Causeway in Miami, Florida 33132.

The Gator In The Bay is an international sensation - the purpose of the project was to raise awareness for the Florida Everglades, and the purpose of the art is to show the cooperation between Industry & Nature. The media coverage for Gator In The Bay is beyond the norm, anyone who is anybody within the art world and art circuit is following the project every step of the way.

The world's largest Gator is invading Art Basel Miami with a five day spectacular event beginning on Dec.1, 2o13 with a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at the Las Olas Riverfront in Fort Lauderdale with Mayor Jack Seiler at 5pm. From this point the Gator will be traveling down New River through the Intracoastal Waterway and toward the Miami Yacht Club. At which time the Miami Yacht Club will be having an additional Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Dec.3 at 3pm. with City of Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado and City of Miami Beach Mayor Matti Herrerra Bower. On Dec.4 from 8am-10pm the Gator In The Bay will be open for public viewing while the Floating Art Tiles are displayed on the shoreline of the Miami Yacht Club. The next day on Dec.5, the tiles will be assembled to the head of the Gator and float on Biscayne Bay at the Miami Yacht Club, with the exception of the last two tiles (1o3 & 1o4). The lighting of the Gator will take place on Dec.6 and the remaining two tiles will be assembled to complete the Gator for the lighting phenomenon. Then on Dec.7, Gator In The Bay 'swims' towards Downtown Miami and back to the Miami Yacht Club for celebration activities. Dec. 8 will be the last day to see the Gator In The Bay assembled, the Floating Art Tiles will be disassembled at 6pm. and prepared for sale.

Miami Art Scene is representing Miami-based artist Lloyd Goradesky and his monumental Gator In The Bay. We are selling the Floating Art Tiles to collectors, art buyers, fans of the Gator and art aficionados worldwide. Gator In The Bay is a major public art installation that is being compared to Christo's Surrounding Islands from 1983 and supercedes any known project in this caliber within the last 3o years. Gator In The Bay is the #1 recommended, must-see art exhibit during Art Basel Miami 2o13. Each Floating Art Tile is sold in a package, which includes:

  • A Floating Art Tile and the riggings used to connect to the head (barge) 
  • A licensed aeriel photograph
  • Diagram of the project with a highlight of your specific Floating Art Tile
  • Signed explanation of the project by the artist
  • Certificate of Authenticity that your tile is a unique art piece from the Gator

Own the legacy, Gator In The Bay has all the characteristics of an investment art piece. For sales inquiries please contact Kat Wagner at (786)571-6112 or via

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