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The Top 10 Instagram Photos From Art Basel 2013

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Generally a misconception, but December tends to be the most stressful month of the year. Between gift hunting for Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa, there are those silly holiday decorations you need put up, along with that sickly looking Christmas Tree currently in your living room, and the obscene amount of hangovers you have to go through after those so-called holiday parties (a.k.a. “excuses to get merry”). In addition to all the mayhem, there are preparations for Miami Art Week to consider as well, which is likely to push anyone’s blood pressure through the roof.

But why work harder when you can work smarter? Thanks to the advent of Instagram, you can be an armchair critic and collector all in the comfort of wherever you have cell reception. So tocatch up on what you may have missed, check out these Instagram photos that showcase all the action from this year’s Art Basel Miami Beach. For more recap on this year's Art Basel, check out the Boost Mobile Worlds Collide site for details

So many shows to go to, so many artworks to see... contemplating on what to do at this year's Art Basel Miami Beach...

While the giant clenched hands caught our attention at first, Caddy Beaudoin’s #LaterGram hashtag really described it all. With multiple art fairs, events, and venues dotted across Miami, you just can’t Instagram all the festivities fast enough...

The DeluxxFluxx Arcade by street art pioneers BAST and Faile provided a much needed “time out” from Miami Art Week’s hustle and bustle.

At just $5 per can, you can test your artistic talent with an assortment of Kobra Spray Paint.

A super embrace…

Thugs are people too… Definitely the cheapest way to control crime.

This year’s Art Basel Miami Beach marked the North American debut of 17th BMW Art Car, the 2010 BMW M3 GT2 created by American contemporary artist Jeff Koons. It was also one of the few to participate in the 24 Hours of Le Mans endurance race.

Thanks to the collaborative efforts from artists, galleries, real estate developers, and local residents, Miami’s Wynwood District is now a thriving art district comparable to SoHo and Chelsea of New York City.

A kaleidoscope of art, design, music, and technology, Boost Mobile hosted its first ever Worlds Collide exhibition during Miami Art Week.

Exactly how we feel about the end of Miami Art Week...