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.
This year’s edition of the fair will welcome 46 new exhibitors from around the globe including galleries from Georgia, Ghana, Greece, Italy, Peru, Switzerland, and Zimbabwe as well as a continuing strong presence of galleries from Europe, and Latin and North America. Untitled, Art provides the opportunity to discover a diverse range of works by emerging, established and historical artists from around the world.
For the fair’s seventh edition Artistic Director, Omar Lopez-Chahoud, under the direction of Executive Director, Manuela Mozo, worked with AGUAS, an artist-run curatorial platform to curate a cohesive presentation of distinctive works and artist projects.
Several new and returning exhibitors will highlight the work of a single artist, allowing for a more focused presentation and in-depth look at a body of work or artistic practice.
New exhibitor Project ArtBeat of Tbilsi, Georgia will present an installation of work by Maia Naveriani consisting of drawings and inkjet prints on silk fabric. The minimal work of Robert Kelly which sits within the broad tradition of Constructivism drawing will be presented by Frameless Gallery of London. De Buck Gallery of New York will present newly created paintings and embroidered compositions by emerging Belgian artist Gommaar Gilliams. Beers London will present new paintings by Canadian artist Kim Dorland.
Returning exhibitors presenting solo booths include albertz benda with the first fair presentation outside of Australia and Asia of work by Australian artist Del Kathryn Barton. SMAC Gallery will present one of South Africa’s foremost contemporary painters living and working in the country today, Georgina Gratix. The celebrated work of emerging artist Sadie Barnette will be highlighted by New York’s Fort Gansevoort, and Denny Dimin Gallery will feature new photographs from Erin O’Keefe’s ongoing series Things As They Are and Built Work. Walden Gallery from Buenos Aries will show a series of drawings and paintings by Argentinian artist Marcelo Alzetta, and Zilberman Gallery of Istanbul and Berlin will show sculptures and paintings by Antonio Cosentino. Henrique Faria Buenos Aries will mount a
special historic presentation of works from the 1970’s by renowned Venezulan artist Sigfredo Chacón.
Artists from Africa and of African Diaspora
A number of exhibitors, new and returning, will focus on or include works by African artists or artists of African diaspora, addressing various issues such as exile, migration and identity through a number of different forms.
Gallery1957 from Accra, Ghana will present the work of two African artists Serge Attukwei Clottey and Godfried Donkor. Mariane Ibrahim Gallery will include works by Clay Apenouvon and Alexandra Karakashian that explore the concept of “exile” through current issues, mourning, migration and refugee status. Several London galleries who focus on contemporary African art will take part of the seventh edition of the fair including Tyburn Gallery showing two artists from Zimbabwe, Wallen Mapondera and Moffat Takadiwa; 50 Goldborne presenting works by Malala Andrialavidrazana and Wura-Natasha Ogunji; and TAFETA with two Nigerian artists Niyi Olagunju and Babajide Olatunji. Jenkins Johnson of San Francisco will have works by Aida Muluneh, Blessing Ngobeni, Deborah Roberts and Vaughn Spann, while Rosenfeld Porcini will have works by Nigerian artist Ndidi Emefiele. From New York Burning in Water will mount a solo booth of wall sculptures by Rachel Eulena Williams, while Catinca Tabacaru’s presentation will include the work of Terrence Musekiwa from Zimbabwe.
Nonprofit Exhibitors and Partners
This year Untitled, Art once again welcomes a number of non-profit exhibitors and collaborators whose booths will be integrated into the overall layout of the fair, positioning artworks and artists in direct dialogue. This year’s non-profit exhibitors and partners include ACRIA, Aperture Foundation, The Bass, Girl’s Club, LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies, Miami Girls Foundation, and Pratt Institute.
Press and VIP Preview
1pm – 8pm
December 5 – 9
Open to the public
Open Wed–Sat: 11am – 7pm
Open Sun: 11am – 5pm
General Admission: $35
Discounted Admission (Seniors and Students): $25
Miami Beach residents: $25
Groups of 15 or more: $25 per person
Children under 12: FREE