Michele Oka Doner, born and raised in Miami Beach, FL, is an internationally acclaimed artist whose prolific career spans four decades. The remarkable breadth of her artistic production encompasses public art, sculpture, furniture, jewelry, and functional objects. She is perhaps best known for her numerous public art commissions, including those at New York's Herald Square Subway Station and the Miami Beach airport. She is represented by the Marlborough Gallery in New York and is frequently featured in books (including "Michele Oka Doner: Natural Seduction") and print media in the U.S. and internationally. Oka Doner maintains studios in New York and Miami Beach.
Mitchell Wolfson, Founder, The Wolfsonian Museum and publisher, The Journal of Decorative & Propaganda Art, lives in Miami, Florida.
Alastair Gordon is a critic, curator, and author of several books, including Weekend Utopia: Modern Living in the Hamptons, Beach Houses: Andrew Geller, and Naked Airport: A Cultural History of the World's Most Revolutionary Structure. He writes regularly for The New York Times.