The final It Ain’t Fair (IAF) moves from the Design District to a 6,000 square foot location on the beach to accommodate a large-scale exhibition and various projects, delivering a climactic conclusion to this definitive enterprise. It Ain‘t Fair 2012 assembles a selection of over 30 contemporary artists, many who contributed in past years, along with several new names: David Adamo, Diana Al-Hadid, Daniel Arsham, Scott Campbell, Julia Chiang, Dan Colen, Brian DeGraw, James Franco, Michael Genovese, Luis Gispert, Drew Heitzler, George Herms, KAWS, Harmony Korine, Hanna Liden, Nate Lowman, Ryan McGinley, Laurel Nakadate, Eddie Peake, Terry Richardson, Bert Rodriguez, Amanda Ross-Ho, Prem Sahib, Aurel Schmidt, Jack Siegel, Lucien Smith, Agathe Snow, Kon Trubkovich, Nick van Woert, Garth Weiser, Amy Yao, and Kim Ye, among others.
In addition, OHWOW brings its Los Angeles-based pirate station, Know Wave Radio (www.know-wave.com), to Miami Beach for a full week of live programming to include performances, DJ sets, and interviews. Part art project, part community broadcast, Know Wave has presented a rotating cast of special guests such as Mykki Blanco, Nate Lowman, Kate and Laura Mulleavy, and Cat Power, among others. IAF 2012 will also host a soup kitchen – a social project that provides free dinner to anyone wanting a meal, daily from 5 to 7 PM.