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Art Basel this year has proven to be a memorable one. From all the cool fashion exhibits to all the chic pop-ups, it's been a wonderful week so far. It's also been a star-studded event with celebs in every corner of the city. This year, however, the stars aren't just attending the shows; they're the artists of the galleries you may have already glimpsed at through your Basel travels.
Music legend, Lenny Kravitz decided to turn the camera on the camera for his exhibition, "Flash." The show is being held in a two-story space in the Design District, and it features about forty photos of swarming fans and paparazzi taking photos of the musician. You can take your own photos this week through Sunday from 11am-8pm at 160 NE 40th St., Miami.
Adrien Brody is also dabbling in the art world, but with a dark twist. His exhibition, "Hotdogs, Hamburgers, and Handguns" features photos of fast food paired with dark aspects of our society. "It's about the proliferation on both fast food and guns in our culture and the fact that violence is as commonplace as fast food," he says. You can check out his eccentric and bloody art pieces this week at Domingo Zapata's pop-up gallery at Lulu Laboratorium.