Sprayground Pop-Up coming to Art Basel !!



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Few & Far will unveil “10 Outta 10” gallery show, Museum of Graffiti Skate Ramp presented by BABE Rosé, Sprayground pop-up shop, VIP “Red” Opening Party by Eat Me Guilt Free and more

The Confidante Miami Beach, a playful oceanfront oasis located in Miami Beach’s popular Mid-Beach neighborhood, is pleased to announce its 2021 Miami Art Week lineup in partnership with the Museum of Graffiti.

During Miami Art Week, The Confidante and Museum of Graffiti are ‘ramping things up’ with Few & Far Women, an assemblage of talented female graffiti writers, street artists, activists and skaters from around the world, and BABE Rosé to create, paint and activate a custom-made large-scale skate ramp in the hotel’s Backyard between its two pools. Visitors can look forward to skate demonstrations from the Skate Nymphs, an inclusive group of skaters supporting women, men and the LGBTQAI+ community, along with other amateur local skaters throughout the week. As part of Museum of Graffiti Beachside’s rotating art residency, Few and Far will unveil the “10 Outta 10” art exhibit of 30 pieces celebrating the crew’s 10 year anniversary throughout the first floor of The Confidante. All work will be available for purchase and a scannable QR-code with a custom audio tour will be available to the public.

Festivities will begin Tuesday, November 30, 2021 at 7pm with an invite only VIP launch party presented by Eat Me Guilt Free, a female owned and operated company that is heavily focused on including female artists within their branding and corporate culture. The event will be a red-themed party, filled with skate demonstrations, celebrity DJ sets, and hand-crafted, artisan healthy foods with unprecedented protein-to-carbohydrate ratios.

Sprayground, the world’s most innovative  streetwear and lifestyle brand bringing bold and edgy products to life, will have an exclusive retail pop-up all week along inside The Confidante’s 1930s House, equipped with its stand-out street apparel as well as its iconic and world famous uniquely designed backpacks  for purchase, along with limited edition releases throughout the week.

The week will culminate with an all-female panel discussion highlighting the importance of including female artists in corporate culture, moderated by Miami social-media personality, talent manager and entrepreneur, Yes Julz.

“We are thrilled to provide our guests and the community with yet another exciting season of programming and partnerships,” said Amy Johnson, general manager of The Confidante Miami Beach. “The Confidante continues to produce experiences guests and visitors cannot find anywhere else from stand-out artwork to opportunities for the community. We strive to provide the arts and female artists a platform for their work and continue to be a leader as an inclusive hotel in South Florida.”

The ongoing partnership with the Museum of Graffiti named Museum of Graffiti Beachside features a quarterly rotating local art residency at the iconic hotel that aims to elevate graffiti while engaging new audiences with the art form. Few and Far’s show is the third installment coming after two incredible talents, Jel Martinez and Ahol Sniffs Glue. Few and Far has female members from around the world and seeks to validate emerging styles of art for the next generation. To-date, they have brought art to communities in Cuba, Bali, Thailand, India, the Bahamas, Spain, France, Germany, Sweden, UK, Canada, Mexico, Nepal, Brazil, Panama, Venezuela, Ecuador and Costa Rica. The Few & Far gallery show will be available for public viewing through February 22, 2022.

“We chose to present only female artists from this genre during the height of Miami’s art season in order to present a new perspective on a culture that is traditionally a male-dominated space,” said Allison Freidin, co-Founder of Museum of Graffiti. “We are especially thankful to our friends at Babe, Eat Me Guilt Free, and Sprayground who helped bring this vision to life.”

The Confidante Art Basel Events Schedule to Date:

  • Tuesday, November 30 (7PM – 10PM)
    • The Confidante x Museum of Graffiti Skatepark Presented by Babe Rosé, featuring a private VIP “red party in partnership with Eat Me Guilt Free l Invitation only 
      • Guests are encouraged to wear the color red in celebration of female empowerment and femininity
      • Skate Ramp to debut with skate crew Skate Nymphs, Sprayground opens doors to pop-up shop, Few & Far 10 Outta 10 exhibit to debut, celebrity DJ set (to be announced), Bites by Eat Me Guilt Free, Rosé by Babe Rosé, Cocktails by El Tequileño
  • Wednesday, December 1 through Friday, December 3 
    •  Daily Skate Demos 5-8PM l Open to the public
      • Local skate crews take over Museum of Graffiti’s custom skate ramp in The Backyard. Guests can hit the bar, watch daily skate demos, and shop at Sprayground. Thursday sounds by DJ Kira. The public is encouraged to join daily
  • Thursday, December 2 (5:00PM – 6:00PM) 
    • Female Panel Discussion with Yes Julz l Invitation Only
      • Panel to be moderated by Yes Julz with Eat Me Guilt Free CEO Cristie Besu, Museum of Graffiti Founder Allison Freidin, Founding Member of Few & Far, Sprayground VP and independent female artist, Sandflower.
      • Panel to discuss the importance of incorporating female artists in corporate culture and initiatives
  • DAILY – SPRAYGROUND POP UP: Wednesday, December 1 to Sunday, December 5 (11AM to 12AM)
    • Entry to Sprayground pop-up at The 1930s House through 41st Street l Open to the public

The Confidante’s Miami Art Week sponsors include BABE Rosé, Eat Me Guilt Free and El Tequileño. Follow along throughout Miami Art Week by following @TheConfidante and @MuseumofGrafitti on Instagram and each of the participating artists’ Instagram platforms: @FewAndFarWomen, and @Sprayground. Find locations to purchase BABE Rosé at @BeerinOurCity and MyCooler.com.


The Confidante Miami Beach is a playful oceanfront oasis that captures the mid-century quality of life in retro-glam style. Centrally located in the idyllic Mid-Beach neighborhood of Miami Beach, The Confidante pays tribute to Miami Beach’s 1950s glitz and glam with its vibrant mid-century modern design. The sophisticated and approachable hotel offers 339 Martin Brudnizki-designed guestrooms, including 35 suites and nearly 30,000 square-feet of newly renovated indoor and outdoor meeting space for upscale events. Built for sun seekers, amenities include two heated swimming pools (one for adults only), private plush cabanas and bungalows, pool and beachside service under pastel-colored umbrellas and a rooftop wellness deck featuring an indoor/outdoor fitness center and terrace with ocean views. At The Backyard, the Confidante’s whimsical outdoor lounge area, guests can indulge in fresh bites and hand crafted cocktails by day plus good vibes and laid back sounds by night. The Confidante’s new restaurant, Ambersweet offers breakfast, lunch and dinner with fresh local ingredients influenced by the many distinct neighborhoods of Miami, while its newly reimagined lobby bar, The Lounge offers signature retro cocktails and bites in a space that celebrates the fabulous energy of Miami Beach’s 1950s retro-glam heyday. The Confidante is located at 4041 Collins Avenue in Miami Beach, FL 33140. For more information, please call 305-424-1234 or visit  www.theconfidantehotel.com. Follow the hotel on social media: Facebook/theconfidantehotel and Twitter/Instagram @theconfidante.


Located in Miami’s Wynwood Art District, the Museum of Graffiti is the first institution in the world to exhibit, educate, and celebrate the thousands of graffiti artists who have transformed walls in their public spaces into vibrant masterpieces. At the Museum of Graffiti, visitors can explore the history of graffiti in an indoor and outdoor experiential setting with interactive exhibitions and unique art shows. Through changing exhibitions and programs, the Museum aims to introduce visitors to the artists, paintings, photos, sculptures, drawings, and designs that have formed the foundation for the fastest growing art form of modern times. Visit Museumofgraffiti.com for more information.

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