BACARDÃ, Swizz Beatz, and The Dean Collection kicked off NO COMMISSION: Miami 2017, a three-day, art and music experience taking place December 7 â€“ 9, 2017, at Soho Studios in Wynwood on Thursday, December 7. NO COMMISSION is a roving experiential platform that forges a direct link between art and art patronage. All artists are given their exhibition space for free and 100 percent of the sale of each artwork goes directly to the artists.
BACARDÃ and Grammy Award-winning music producer Swizz Beatz brought together some of the most disruptive creatives in todayâ€™s culture to discuss the future of creativity during an intimate panel discussion on the first day of the immersive art and music fair. During the â€œFuture of Creativityâ€ panel, which was moderated by Brooklyn Museum Director Anne Pasternak and featured Swizz Beatz, Virgil Abloh, Kimberly Drew, Nora Khan and Carmen Aguilar Y Wedge, panelists discussed topics such as social responsibility, the impact of social media, corporate accountability and the role creatives play in todayâ€™s culture.
NO COMMISSION: Miami 2017 panel
Alicia Keys & Swizz Beatz
NO COMMISSION: Miami 2017 panelists
Jonathan Mannion & Swizz Beatz
Jillionaire & Swizz Beatz
No Commission: Miami is open to the public. Entry is free for guests ages 21 and over; but pre-registration is required at www.nocommission.bacardi.com (availability is limited). The exhibition will host more than 30 pieces of artwork â€“ ranging from $50.00 to $30,000. A full list of artists can be found below.