Italians really do do it better. Not only do they know their fine linens and silks, but they know their women, seeing each female designed as a work of art. TheFADER.com report on the activities of Art Basel 2010 Miami, in a similar vein, with references TheFADER.com noticed to women, neon lights, and even a little escapism (with the special one day art installation located on a little island reachable only by ferry). Meanwhile, back in the lab, FIAT’s Exhibitalia keeps brewing with creativity, with artists Jessy Nite, Gustavo Oviedo, and Italian artist Christian Balza0no all heavy at work designing their FIAT installation-on-a-car pieces.
Stay tuned for videos on these three artists to be featured sometime next week here on TheFADER.com. Cool guests strolled in and out most of the day to witness the retrospective of Italian photography, paintings and sculpture while snagging an espresso at the FIAT counter, and later the finest in fresh prosciutto hand-sliced by an Italian butcher on site (probably the most sumptuous prosciutto we’ve ever tasted). We repeat, Italians do it better, thanks to Diego.