Untitled, Art. Miami Beach from Dec 5th – Dec 9th arrives soon to our southeastern shores! Here is your complete guide to this international curated art fair as it embarks on its seventh edition in Miami Beach with a dynamic roster of 133 international exhibitors from 29 countries and 55 cities.
Included is work by Sam Moyer, who is also currently on show in a solo exhibition WIDE WAKE at Sean Kelly’s New York space, Antony Gormley who has just had a significant monograph by Martin Caiger-Smith published by Rizzoli and Kehinde Wiley, who has been selected to paint the official presidential portrait of Barack Obama.
Additionally, there are a selection of works from artists Marina Abramoviç, Los Carpinteros, James Casebere, Julian Charrière, David Claerbout, Jose Dávila, Iran do Espírito Santo, Antony Gormley, Laurent Grasso, Callum Innes, Hugo McCloud, Mariko Mori, and Alec Soth.
The gallery will also present works by Landon Metz and Janaina Tschäpe , two artists who are new to the gallery’s program.
Located at Booth D14, make sure to add the Sean Kelly Gallery to your “must see” list while at Art Basel Miami Beach.
2016 was a banner year for me in meeting and getting to know artists from a wide variety of different genres including but not limited to film-making, performance art, music, multi-media art, painting, graphic arts and fashion. So, I’ve decided that it’s about darn time that I do posts about them and share why I love their works. First up in my Favorite Artist Spotlight is Philadelphia based artist Alex Kuhn, who’s amazing art practice centers on nature-related works and pyrography. Continue reading “Favorite Artist Spotlight: Alex Kuhn”
The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) Miami Beach 2016 Dec 1-4 returns for its 14th edition to the Deauville Beach Resort with exhibitors showcasing the best of of emerging contemporary art. This amazing arts non-profit organization’s dedication to celebrating new art from artists from around the globe offers a welcome respite to art collectors, artists and art aficionados.
“We are very excited for the 14th edition of NADA Miami Beach. This year, we continue to support NADA’s growing international community through programs such as NADA Projects and the NADA x Exhibitionary International Gallery Prize, with exhibiting galleries visiting from 17 different countries, 43 of which are participating for the first time,” says NADA Executive Director, Heather Hubbs.
NADA is on my must-see list!
VIP Preview by Invitation:
Thursday December 1, 10am – 12pm
Opening Preview By Invitation:
Thursday, December 1, 12 – 2pm
The 10th edition of Red Dot Miami Nov 30 – Dec 6 launches under new ownership by the Redwood Media Group and will feature up to 75 international galleries exhibiting paintings, sculpture, photography, and secondary market works.
The theme for Red Dot Miami 2016 is [EVOLVE]: At every turn, the art world is shifting. Galleries, artists, and collectors alike are continuously evolving, in turn imploring us to expand our perspectives.
Site-specific Art Lab projects, Art Talks, specially selected Spotlight Galleries and special events are some of the reasons why Red Dot Dot Miami has made my Miami Art Week Must-See List!
Also, Red Dot Miami tickets will grant you additional access to Spectrum Miamiand a percentage of all ticket sales go to benefit LIFE is ART, a local Miami-based charity.
Opening Night Preview Party: Wednesday, November 30, 2016 | 6 – 10pm
General Public Show Hours:
Thursday, December 1, 2016 | 12 – 8pm
Friday, December 2, 2016 | 12 – 8pm
Saturday, December 3, 2016 | 12 – 8pm
Sunday, December 4, 2016 | 12 – 5pm
Red Dot Miami Tent
1700 NE 2nd Ave. at NE 17th St.
Miami, FL 33132
Opening Night/5-Day Pass: $75 online / $85 at event
Opening Night Preview Pass: $50 online / $60 at event
General Admission, 1-Day Pass: $25 online / $30 at event
Seniors, 1-Day Pass: $15 online / $20 at event
Students, 1-Day Pass: $10 online / $20 at event
Art Basel 2016, with an attendance of more than 95,000 coming to see the works of 4,000+ artists across 6 days, proved that the contemporary art market is more than resilient enough against the current economic climes. This 47th edition, featuring 286 of the world’s leading galleries from 33 countries, reigned supreme above all the other contemporary art fairs so far in 2016.
With sectors like Galleries,Statements,Feature, Unlimited, Parcours, and Film there was somethingthere for collectors, whether private or institutional, and curators focused on seeing the best in Modern and Contemporary art to discover.
One of my favorites of the Art Basel sectors, regardless of the show location, is the Conversations and Salons series which brings together people from all over the art world and beyond to engage in enlightening, entertaining and sometimes very provocative discussions.
This year’s topics in Basel included 100 years of Dada, the COBRA group, the longer view of the impact of looting, race & justice and the challenges creating art in communities. Luckily for us who weren’t able to attend in person, we can watch these talks on YouTube .
This year’s show also included the announcement that Art Basel will be partnering with UBS to produce a new annual art market report, which makes perfect sense considering the years of Art Basel has been staging premier art shows.
The new ‘Art Basel and UBS Global Art Market Report’ will be an objective and independent study authored by Dr. Clare McAndrew and her Dublin-based research and consulting firm Arts Economics. Covering the main macro-economic trends and delivering fundamental data on the art market as a whole, the first ‘Art Basel and UBS Global Art Market Report’ will be published in March 2017 to coincide with Art Basel’s Hong Kong show.
Hopefully, next year will be the year I finally get to attend Art Basel in Basel!