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A fireworks project by Pierre Huyghe and Philippe Parreno  
A SMILE WITHOUT A CAT (Celebration of Annlee?s Vanishing)  

TRANS> editions is releasing a film and photographs of this last artwork with Annlee, A SMILE WITHOUT A CAT (Celebration of Annlee’s Vanishing), in 2003.

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TRANS> invites you to the celebration of Annlee's vanishing during the inaugural night of Art Basel Miami Beach on December 4, 2002 at 9:30 pm. This will be her last manifestation as her silhouette sparkles and dissipates in a series of fireworks over the skies of Miami Beach as she is finally disappearing from the kingdom of representation. This is a party, the last blinking.

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About Art Basel Miami Beach:

Art Basel is the most important international fair for contemporary art, drawing more than 50,000 art lovers, collectors and professional visitors, and over 1,500 representatives of the media from all parts of the world to view presentations by more than 200 leading international galleries. This December, Art Basel will launch their eagerly awaited debut on the American continent.

Howard & Sons
A world leader in the field of pyrotechnics, Howard & Sons is a well-established, globally renowned company responsible for some of the world's most spectacular fireworks displays. Howard & Sons has been supplying Disneyland and Disney World in the USA, the largest daily users of fireworks in the world, for 27 years and has helped developed the pyrotechnic technique that is only used by Disney Enterprises: air launch, chip inside the aerial shells and the debris-less fireworks.

Special thanks to John S. Johnson, founder of Eyebeam; John Melick, Blue Medium; Sam Keller and Lauren Weiner, Art Basel Miami Beach; Dillon Cohen; Ilene Kurtz; Marjory Jacobson; FDTdesign; e-flux, and Padre Pio.

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