One striking aspect of the Daniel Templon booth was the diversity of the artists. These three show this.
Clemente was born in Naples, Italy and studied architecture--before abandoning those studies for art. His early work was on paper and latter work included murals at the Palladium night club in NYC (long ago demolished). This more recent piece, Father, is from 2007 and is oil on canvas.
Navarro is a Chilean artist. His work features neon, mirrors and light in sculptures and installations full of social and political implication. Growing up under the Pinochet regime the artist experienced politically motivated shutdowns of the electrical grid. His work is not only aimed at his homeland. His work, You Sit, You Die, includes the names of every person executed in Florida's electric chair.
Meese, a German artist, works in a multitude of media; he is a painter, sculptor, writer and performance artist. He has also been a stage designer. His first major solo exhibition was held at the Museum of Contemporary Art in North Miami (since relocated).