“Let There Be Reggae” highlights reggae and dancehall at Art Basel

‘Let There Be Reggae,’ is a unique showcase and curated snapshot of reggae music and dancehall culture.

Art Basel Miami Beach 2017 will be held throughout South Florida from December 7 -10th.

The count-down has begun to Art Basel Miami Beach 2017 weekend and this year art fans can get ready to soak up the vibes of reggae and dance hall in pictures.

‘Let There Be Reggae,’ is a unique showcase, curated snapshot of reggae music and dancehall culture that will feature works of Australian artist/illustrator Robin Clare; Jamaican photographer Roy Sweetland; Jamaican-born photographer and current Fort Lauderdale resident, David Muir; ultimate Jamaican Dancehall street sign collector Maxine Walters and founder of Irish and Chin “sound clash promotions,” Garfield “Chin” Bourne.

The three-day exhibition will begin with an opening reception on Thursday, December 7th, from 6–10 p.m., in the Wynwood section of Miami.

‘Let There Be Reggae’ will give art and music lovers a flavor of the Caribbean musical scene while illustrating the odyssey of reggae music and current day dancehall.

For more information on the event, visit lettherebereggae.com. Art Basel will also feature numerous black artists via ‘Black and Basel.’

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