During Art Basel Miami Beach, The Last Magazine curated a one-day exhibition called The Last Space at the Webster Miami. Half our masthead (Aimee, Alastair, Magnus, and Tenzin) was there working hard to make the magazine come to life—carrying, building, hanging, and dressing with great help from our local friend Lauren Gil and our Intern Samantha Tobias.
The show included artwork by artists like Josephine Meckseper, Mickey Smith, Marco Perego, and Stephen Irwin next to objects from some of the people we featured in the latest issue, like jewelry designer Eddie Borgo, boxer John Duddy, and race car driver Santino Ferrucci. Young fashion designers Alexander Wang, Joseph Altuzarra, and Graeme Armour hung next to the legendary houses of Yves Saint Laurent, Givenchy, and Balmain. We screened films by Ragnhei∂ur Gestsdóttir (As If We Existed) and Daniel Peddle (Trail Angels), as well as our own performance art piece by Nicolas Pol and Natasa Vojnovic. Listening stations provided poetry by Quinn Latimer and music from artists like Tame Impala and Salem.
The one-day exhibition ended with a cocktail reception presented by Mount Gay Rum and hosted by Arden Wohl, Brooke Geahan, Eddie Borgo and our dear friends at the Webster Miami.