Photographs of Art Miami/CONTEXT Art Miami VIP Preview on 12/1/15

Art Miami/CONTEXT Art Miami VIP Preview at Midtown Miami / Wynwood Arts District on Tuesday, December 1, 2105.  The Art Miami/CONTEXT Pavilions Midtown Miami | Wynwood Arts District located 2901 NE 1st Avenue, Miami, FL 33137

Art Miami, America’s foremost contemporary art fair, is returning for its 26th edition this December, maintaining its title as the original and longest-running Miami art fair. As the No. 1 ranked international art fair for attendance in the U.S. and second-most attended globally, Art Miami attracts more than 85,000 new and established collectors, curators, museum professionals, press and art world luminaries annually to its 200,000 square foot pavilion in the Wynwood Arts District.

Art Miami remains committed to showcasing the most important artworks from the 20th and 21st centuries for acquisition in collaboration with a highly vetted selection of international galleries, and will continue to preserve its well-known reputation as Miami’s premier anchor fair in 2015.

Art Miami’s 2015 line-up will features 120 galleries from 19 different countries, presenting important modern masters and blue chip contemporary artists, as well as the most sought after living artists from the around the world.

CONTEXT Art Miami continues its success by expanding and redesigning the fair. Ninety-five international galleries and projects from 20 countries, 53 cities with more than 540 artists from 60 countries have been carefully chosen by the selection and advisor/curatorial committee consisting of Ethan Cohen, Enrique Guerrero and fair director Julian Navarro, to bring Miami Art Week (Dec 1-6, 2015) the most promising cutting-edge, mid-career and established artists.

CONTEXT Art Miami is dedicated to the development and reinforcement of emerging and mid-career artists. Launched in 2012, CONTEXT Art Miami’s open atmosphere creates a meaningful dialogue between artists, galleries and collectors while providing the ultimate platform for the presentation of cutting-edge talent by emerging and established galleries. The combined efforts of CONTEXT Art Miami and Art Miami provide a unique and alternative opportunity for leading primary dealers and their artists to be marketed and promoted internationally during the most important week for contemporary art in America.

In addition to its group of international galleries, CONTEXT Art Miami will feature a series of solo artist projects, curated spaces, and special projects.

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Aqua Art Miami 2015 12/2/15-12/6/15

Aqua Art Miami 2015
VIP Preview, Access for Art Miami, CONTEXT and Aqua VIP Cardholders & Press, 2015aquaartWednesday, December 2, 3 pm – 10 pm
Thursday, December 3, 12 pm – 9 pm
Friday, December 4, 11 am – 9 pm
Saturday, December 5, 11 am – 9 pm
Sunday, December 6, 11 am – 6 pm
Aqua Hotel
1530 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139
One-day fair pass (Aqua Only) $15
Multi-day fair pass (Aqua, CONTEXT and Art Miami) $85
Students 12-18 years and Seniors 62 years + $10
Children under 12 years accompanied by adult Free
Groups 10 or more (Online tickets only) $10
A One-Day Fair Pass provides admission to Aqua Art Miami only.
A Multi-Day Fair Pass provides admission to Aqua Art Miami, CONTEXT, and Art Miami.
Buy Tickets
Art Miami/Context/Aqua 2015 Complimentary Day Pass

Aqua Art Miami, a boutique art exhibition and sister fair to the renowned Art Miami and CONTEXT Art Miami, has released its list of 45 international galleries for the fair’s 11th edition, taking place at the retro Aqua Hotel on South Beach from December 2 through December 6. Aqua Art Miami also announces the new director Katelijne De Backer, esteemed for her work with Art New York, Lehmann Maupin and The Armory Show, who carefully handpicked a dynamic range of galleries with strong emerging and mid-career artists.

“I am beyond thrilled to lead this year’s Aqua Art Miami as Director,” says De Backer. “Aqua is a little jewel of Miami Art Week—it provides exposure to the undiscovered works of young artists and galleries, which is a crucial aim of the fair and something that I personally love to support.”

With its intimate setting and refined presentation, Aqua Art Miami has cultivated a reputation as a fair to discover artists in the Aqua Hotel’s serene atmosphere. De Backer, a seasoned director, has been producing cutting-edge events since the beginning of her career. For over 10 years, she led The Armory Show to nearly triple in size and transformed it into one of the most important events on the international art marker’s calendar.

With all of her success, De Backer’s arrival to Aqua Art Miami will be sure to leave an indelible influence on this year’s fair. She has already made waves for the brand as the Director of the first-ever Art New York this past May, a position she will continue to lead into the following year. Under her direction, Aqua will host just over 100 artists with galleries from 28 cities and 10 countries.

Aqua Art Miami is billed to be one of the most highly anticipated contemporary art exhibitions in December. Opening night for VIP cardholders and select members of the press is Wednesday, December 2 from 3pm to 10pm. The fair will be open for public viewing starting Thursday, December 3rd from 12pm to 9pm and then through Saturday from 11am to 9pm, Sunday 11am – 6pm. There will be a daily complimentary shuttle service that will connect Art Miami and CONTEXT Art Miami with Aqua Art Miami. Single-day tickets to the Aqua fair exclusively are $15; and a multi-fair pass to Aqua Art Miami, CONTEXT Art Miami and Art Miami are $85, which can be purchased via Eventbrite, at the following link:

The following galleries have been confirmed for participation at Aqua Art Miami in 2015:

57 Projects l Los Angles; Arcilesi Homberg Fine Art l New York; Art Center Allapattah l Miami; Artfactory Club l Vienna; Aureus Contemporary l Wakefield; Azart Gallery l New York; C. Emerson Fine Arts l St. Petersburg, FL; Cansio Contemporary l Miami; CASS Contemporary l Tampa; Derek Gores Gallery l Melbourne, FL; Elisa Contemporary Art l New York; Ernest G.Welch School of Art & Design, Georgia State University l Atlanta, Georgia; Everything is Art l Moscow; Exposure Gallery, Truth or Consequences; Fiercely Curious l Brooklyn; Fine Art Consultancy l London & Tokyo; Frantic Gallery l Tokyo; Gallery 300 l Santa Rosa; Gallery Marcoux l Ta’ Xbiex, Malta; Gallery on Wade l Toronto; Ghostprint Gallery l Richmond; Haiti Friends l Pittsburgh; Hamiltonian Gallery l Washington, DC; Hang Art l San Francisco; Huberty-Breyne Gallery l Brussels; j fergeson gallery l Farmville; Jenny Green Gallery l Bend; McCaig-Welles l Brooklyn; Morton Fine Art l Washington, DC; New Apostle Gallery l Brooklyn; Pele Prints l St. Louis; Projects Gallery l Miami; Rademakers l Amsterdam; Red Corridor Gallery | Künzell; Revision Space l Pittsburgh; S Artspace Gallery l New York; Sandra Lee Gallery l San Francisco; Space 776 l Brooklyn; Spacewomb Gallery l New York; SPiN Galleries l Shanghai; Studio 26 Gallery l New York; Signature l Atlanta; Vertical Gallery l Chicago; Victori + Mo l Brooklyn; Working Method Contemporary l Tallahassee

Art Miami 2015 12/1/15 – 12/6/15

Art Miami 2015
VIP Art Miami Preview, By Invitation Only – VIP Cardholders and Members of the Press, December 1, 2015 | 5:30 p.m. – 10 p.m.
artmiamiDecember 2 – 5, 2015 | 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.
December 6, 2015 | 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.
The Art Miami/CONTEXT Pavilions
Midtown Miami | Wynwood Arts District
2901 NE 1st Avenue
Miami, FL 33137
One-day fair pass – $40
Multi-day fair pass – $85
Seniors 62 years + – $25
Students 12-18 years – $15
Children under 12 years accompanied by adult – Free
Groups 10 or more (online ticket purchases only) – $25

Art Miami, America’s foremost contemporary art fair, is returning for its 26th edition this December, maintaining its title as the original and longest-running Miami art fair. As the No. 1 ranked international art fair for attendance in the U.S. and second-most attended globally, Art Miami attracts more than 85,000 new and established collectors, curators, museum professionals, press and art world luminaries annually to its 200,000 square foot pavilion in the Wynwood Arts District.

Art Miami remains committed to showcasing the most important artworks from the 20th and 21st centuries for acquisition in collaboration with a highly vetted selection of international galleries, and will continue to preserve its well-known reputation as Miami’s premier anchor fair in 2015.

Art Miami’s 2015 line-up will feature 120 galleries from 19 different countries, presenting important modern masters and blue chip contemporary artists, as well as the most sought after living artists from the around the world. The following galleries have been confirmed for participation:

Adler & Conkright Fine Art | Miami; Allan Stone Projects | New York; Andrea Schwartz Gallery | San Francisco; Antoine Helwaser Gallery | New York; Arcature Fine Art | Palm Beach; ARCHEUS/POST-MODERN | London; Armand Bartos Fine Art | New York; Art Nouveau Gallery | Miami; Arthur Roger Gallery | New Orleans; Ascaso Gallery | Miami; Bernarducci Meisel Gallery | New York; Bernice Steinbaum Gallery | Coconut Grove; Berry Campbell Gallery | New York; Bridgette Mayer Gallery | Philadelphia; C. Grimaldis Gallery | Baltimore; C24 Gallery | New York; Casterline|Goodman Gallery | Aspen; Catherine Edelman | Chicago; Cernuda Arte | Coral Gables; Chowaiki & Co. | New York; CONNERSMITH. | Washington; Contessa Gallery | Cleveland; CORDEIROS GALERIA | Porto; Cynthia Corbett Gallery | London; CYNTHIA- REEVES | New York; David Benrimon Fine Art | New York; David Klein Gallery | Detroit; David Richard Gallery | Santa Fe; Dean Project | Miami Beach; Diana Lowenstein Gallery | Miami; DIE GALERIE | Frankfurt; Dillon Gallery | New York; Dolby Chadwick Gallery | San Francisco; Dranoff Fine Art | New York; Durban Segnini Gallery | Miami; Durham Press | Durham; Espace Meyer Zafra | Paris; ETHAN COHEN NEW YORK | New York; Evelyn Aimis Fine Art | Miami; Flowers London/New York | New York; GALERÍA ÁLVARO ALCÁZAR | Madrid; Galería Barbié | Barcelona; Galeria Freites | Caracas; GALERÍA LA COMETA | Bogota; Galerie Anhava | Helsinki; Galerie Boulakia | Paris; Galerie Ernst Hilger | Vienna; Galerie Forsblom | Helsinki; Renate Bender | Munich; Galerie Terminus | Munich; Galerie von Braunbehrens | Stuttgart; GALLERY ANDREAS BINDER | Munich; Gallery Rueb, Gallery Delaive, Torch | Amsterdam; Gazelli Art House | London; Gerald Peters Gallery | New York; Goya Contemporary Gallery | Baltimore; HackelBury Fine Art | London; Haines Gallery | San Francisco; Heller Gallery | New York; HEXTON | modern and contemporary | Chicago; Hollis Taggart Galleries | New York; Horrach Moya | Palma de Mallorca; Jackson Fine Art | Atlanta; James Barron Art LLC | Kent, CT / Rome, Italy; James Goodman Gallery | New York; Jerald Melberg Gallery | Charlotte; Jerome Zodo Contemporary | Milan; JONATHAN NOVAK CONTEMPORARY ART | Los Angeles; Klein Sun Gallery | New York; KM Fine Arts Chicago- Los Angeles | Los Angeles; Kuckei + Kuckei | Berlin; Leonard Hutton Galleries | New York; LESLIE FEELY | New York City; Lisa Sette Gallery | Phoenix; Long-Sharp Gallery | Indianapolis; Mark Borghi Fine Art | Palm Beach; Mayoral | Barcelona; McCormick Gallery | Chicago; Michael Goedhuis | London; Michael Schultz Gallery | Berlin; Mixografia | Los Angeles; MODERNISM INC. | San Francisco; Nancy Hoffman Gallery | New York; Nicholas Metivier Gallery | Toronto; Nikola Rukaj Gallery | Toronto; Now Contemporary Art | Miami; Olga Korper Gallery | Toronto; Omer Tiroche Contemporary Art | London; Osborne Samuel | London; Other Criteria | New York; Pan American Art Projects | Miami; Peter Blake Gallery | Laguna Beach; Peter Marcelle Project | Southampton; PIECE UNIQUE | Paris; Priveekollektie Contemporary Art | Design | Heusden aan de Maas; Queue Projects | Greenwich; Repetto Gallery | London; RGR + Art | Valencia; Rosenbaum Contemporary | Miami; Rosenfeld Gallery | New York; Scott White Contemporary Art | San Diego; Simon Capstick-Dale | New York; Sims Reed Gallery | London; Smith-Davidson | Amsterdam; Sous Les Etoiles Gallery | New York; Sundaram Tagore | New York / Hong Kong / Singapore; Taylor Graham | New York; Tresart | Coral Gables; UNIX Gallery | New York; Vallarino Fine Art | New York; VERTES | Zurich; Waterhouse & Dodd New York | London | New York; Wetterling Gallery | Stockholm; William Shearburn Gallery | Saint Louis; YARES ART PROJECTS | Santa Fe; Yufuku Gallery | Minato-Ku; Zemack Contemporary Art | Tel Aviv; Zolla/Lieberman Gallery | Chicago

Schedule of VIP Events:

Art Miami Kickoff VIP Cocktails + Dinner
November 12, 2015
As a kickoff to the collaboration with the Fair, Merrill Lynch will host a VIP Screening of the highly acclaimed and brilliant documentary entitled BERNICE, by first time filmmaker Kristina Sorge. This short format documentary tells the story of art world pioneer and instigator, Bernice Steinbaum. In this beautifully crafted documentary, Ms. Sorge highlights her subject’s lifelong efforts to support and empower female artists as well as artists of color throughout their careers. The personal obstacles and hardships faced by artists she so staunchly represented were amplified by the racial and gender inequality of the art world especially during the 1970s and 80s. Tickets for cocktails and the screening of the film at JW Marriott Marquis Miami, will go on sale mid October. An invitation only VIP dinner will follow the screening at db Bistro Moderne.

VIP Art Miami Preview:
December 1, 2015 | 5:30 p.m. – 10 p.m.
By Invitation Only – VIP Cardholders and Members of the Press
Collectors, curators, artists, art enthusiasts and members of the press are invited to experience an exclusive First View of the highly anticipated Art Miami and CONTEXT Presented by Merrill Lynch for a cocktail reception benefiting the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM). This can’t miss event is the first opportunity to acquire the finest works from the emerging, cutting-edge, contemporary and modern art movements prior to the fairs’ opening to the public the following day.

Exclusive VIP Reception
December 3, 2015
Merrill Lynch and Diamonds Unleashed, along with Art Miami, will come together and host an exclusive VIP reception in the fair’s VIP Lounge for Diamonds Unleashed Ambassadors, Miami Dolphins players, Merrill Lynch clients and top collectors. By Invitation Only

CONTEXT Art Miami 2015 12/1/15 – 12/6/15

CONTEXT Art Miami 2015
VIP Preview benefiting the P̩rez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), Access for VIP Cardholders and Accredited Press, Tuesday, December 1 | 5:30pm Р10:00pm
Wednesday, December 2 through Saturday, December 5 | 11am – 8pm
PrintSunday, December 6 | 11am – 6pm
Midtown Miami | Wynwood
2901 NE 1st Avenue
Miami, FL
$40 One day fair pass
$85 Multi-day fair pass
$15 Students 12-18 years
$25 Seniors 62 years +
$25 Groups 10 or more
Free Children under 12 accompanied by adult

CONTEXT Art Miami continues its success by expanding and redesigning the fair. Ninety-five international galleries and projects from 20 countries, 53 cities with more than 540 artists from 60 countries have been carefully chosen by the selection and advisor/curatorial committee consisting of Ethan Cohen, Enrique Guerrero and fair director Julian Navarro, to bring Miami Art Week (Dec 1-6, 2015) the most promising cutting-edge, mid-career and established artists.

CONTEXT Art Miami is dedicated to the development and reinforcement of emerging and mid-career artists. Launched in 2012, CONTEXT Art Miami’s open atmosphere creates a meaningful dialogue between artists, galleries and collectors while providing the ultimate platform for the presentation of cutting-edge talent by emerging and established galleries. The combined efforts of CONTEXT Art Miami and Art Miami provide a unique and alternative opportunity for leading primary dealers and their artists to be marketed and promoted internationally during the most important week for contemporary art in America.

In addition to its group of international galleries, CONTEXT Art Miami will feature a series of solo artist projects, curated spaces, and special projects.

2015 CONTEXT Art Miami Exhibitor List
11. 12 GALLERY | Moscow; 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel | New York; 55Bellechasse | Paris; Accola Griefen | Brooklyn; Adah Rose Gallery | Kensington; Ai Bo Gallery | Greenwich; Alida Anderson Art Projects | Washington D.C.; Amstel Gallery | Amsterdam; Amy Li Gallery | Beijing; ANNA ZORINA GALLERY | New York; Anthony Brunelli Fine Arts | Binghamton; AP Contemporary | Hong Kong; Art Mûr | Montreal; Axis Gallery | New York; Bau-Xi Gallery | Toronto; Beatriz Esguerra Art | Bogota; Black Book Gallery | Denver; BLANK SPACE | New York; Bluerider ART | Taipei; Caldwell Snyder Gallery | San Francisco; Cámara Oscura Galeria | Madrid; Casa Cuadrada | Bogota; Christopher Martin Gallery | Dallas; Coates & Scarry | London; Denise Bibro Fine Art | New York; Dubner Moderne | Lausanne; Eduardo Secci Contemporary | Florence; Elizabeth Clement Fine Art | Danvers; Ethan Cohen Fine Art | New York; Fabien Castanier Gallery | Los Angeles; FIFTY24MX | Mexico City; FP CONTEMPORARY | Culver City; Frederic GOT | Paris; Galería Alfredo Ginocchio | Mexico City; Galeria Enrique Guerrero | Mexico City; Galería Juan Silió | Santander; Galería La Cometa | Bogota; Galería LGM | Bogota; Galerie de Bellefeuille | Montreal; Galleria Ca’ D’oro | Miami; Galleries Association of Korea – Baik Song | Seoul; Galleries Association of Korea – Cais Gallery | Seoul; Galleries Association of Korea – Galerie Bhak | Seoul; Galleries Association of Korea – Gallery Shilla | Daegu; Galleries Association of Korea – GALLERY SP | Seoul; Galleries Association of Korea – Keumsan Gallery | Seoul; Galleries Association of Korea – Nine Gallery | Gwangju; Galleries Association of Korea – PAIK HAE YOUNG GALLERY | Seoul; Galleries Association of Korea – The Columns Gallery | Seoul; Galleries Association of Korea – Wellside Gallery | Seoul; Gallery Henoch | New York; Heitsch Gallery | Munich; JanKossen Contemporary | Basel, New York; JJ Joong Jung Gallery | Seoul; Jonathan LeVine Gallery | New York; Kang Contemporary | New York; Kavachnina Contemporary | Miami; Knight Webb Gallery | London; Lawrence Cantor Fine Art | Venice; LICHT FELD Gallery | Basel; LIQUID ART SYSTEM | White Room | Capri; Lucía Mendoza Galería | Madrid; Lyle O. Reitzel Gallery | Santo Domingo; M+V ART | Miami; MAIOR, Pollença | Mallorca; Matilde Bensignor | Buenos Aires; METROQUADRO | Rivoli; Modus Gallery | Paris; Mugello Contemporary | Los Angeles; N2 Galeria | Barcelona; Paralelo | São Paulo; PSH Projects | Bogota; Rofa Projects | Potomac; Salamatina Gallery | Garden City; Sandra Lee Gallery | San Francisco; SASHA D. espacio de arte | Córdoba; SET ESPAI D’ART | Valencia; Shine Artists | London; Shirin Gallery | New York, Tehran; Sim Smith Gallery | London; Sponder Gallery | Miami; Susan Eley Fine Art | New York; ten472 Contemporary Art | Nevada City; Tezukayama Gallery | Osaka; The Chill Concept | Miami; The Gallery Association of Berlin (LVBG) – Berlin Lounge | Berlin; The Gallery Association of Berlin (LVBG) – Galerie Friedmann-Hahn | Berlin; The Gallery Association of Berlin (LVBG) – Galerie Kornfield | Berlin; The Gallery Association of Berlin (LVBG) – Podbleski Contemporary | Berlin; The Gallery Association of Berlin (LVBG) – Tammen & Partner | Berlin; The Gallery Association of Berlin (LVBG) – Wichtendahl Galerie | Berlin; The McLoughlin Gallery | San Francisco; Union Gallery | London; VisionQuesT Contemporary Photography | Genoa; Waltman Ortega Fine Art | Miami, Paris; Woolff Gallery | London

Special Projects Highlights
Sound Positions
Curated by Christoph Cox
Contributing Artists: Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Olivia Block, Maria Chavez, Holly Herndon, Ernst Karel, Matt Krefting, Chris Kubick, Jake Meginsky, Aura Satz, Jennifer Walshe, Yan Jun, Dajuin Yao.
Sound Positions creates immersive and intimate situations for listening to work by an international selection of emerging and established sound artists. The exhibition will feature 12 listening stations, each dedicated to the work of one artist.
Christoph Cox is Professor of Philosophy at Hampshire College and a faculty member at the Center for Curatorial Studies (CCS), Bard College. Cox is the author of Nietzsche: Naturalism and Interpretation (University of California Press, 1999) and co-editor of Realism Materialism Art (Sternberg, 2015) and Audio Culture: Readings in Modern Music (Continuum, 2004). The recipient of a 2009 Arts Writers Grant from Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation, Cox is editor-at-large for Cabinet magazine. His writing has appeared in October, Artforum, the Journal of the History of Philosophy, The Wire, the Journal of Visual Culture, Organised Sound, International Studies in Philosophy, The Review of Metaphysics, and elsewhere. He has curated exhibitions at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, The Kitchen in New York City, New Langton Arts in San Francisco, and G Fine Art Gallery in Washington D.C. Cox has written catalog essays for exhibitions at the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Museum of Modern Art, Mass MoCA, the South London Gallery, Berlin’s Akademie der Künste, the Museum of Contemporary Photography, the Oslo Kunstforening, and other venues. He is currently completing a conceptual and historical book about sound art, experimental music, and metaphysics.

Waypoint @ CONTEXT Art Miami 2015
A film series debut from Wet Heat Project and the Division of Fine Arts & Cultural Affairs at MIA
The new 24/7 art-centric video site WAYPOINT at Miami International Airport debuts its first original programming at CONTEXT Art Miami 2015. “We Make Passage” is a film series of portrait-making encounters between Miami-based artists and the men and women of the 24/7 working community of Miami International Airport. Diverse artists with distinct practices will engage four MIA workers with distinct professions; the in-situ poses that result will be produced as original artworks. The artists will be challenged to evoke the sense of dedication and tireless commitment that keeps one of the world’s busiest transportation centers in motion every day of every week of every year.
The fast-track portrait project will be captured as a series of individual films to premiere simultaneously on December 1, 2015 in a special project space at the CONTEXT Art Miami Fair (along with the artworks created for the project) and at WAYPOINT’s large-scale video screen in Miami International Airport’s newest international terminal area, Concourse J, which facilitates millions of passenger journeys every year.

WAYPOINT is a video exhibition programming initiative presented by the Division of Fine Arts & Cultural Affairs of the Miami-Dade Aviation Department (Yolanda Sanchez, Director) and Wet Heat Project (Bill Bilowit, Director).

Art From Berlin – The Galleries Association of Berlin (LVBG)
Art From Berlin offers insight into Berlin’s influential art scene with five contemporary galleries selected by a panel of Berlin based curators and art critics. ART FROM BERLIN is presented at CONTEXT Art Miami by the Galleries Association of Berlin, landesverband berliner galerien (lvbg), with official support from the municipality of Berlin and the European Union (EU). In the BERLIN LOUNGE, lvbg will install a curated exhibition and offer information on the city’s contemporary art galleries and institutions. This microcosm of the global art capital’s gallery community includes a cross-section of established and emerging exhibitors.

Art from Berlin jury:
Brigitte Werneburg (taz Newspaper), Guido Faßbender (Berlinische Galerie Museum for Modern Art, Photography and Architecture) and Andreas Herrmann (gallerist and vice chairman lvbg).

Participating Art From Berlin Galleries and artists:
Galerie Friedmann-Hahn; Josef Fischnaller, Edite Grinberga, Thomas Kaemmerer
Galerie Kornfeld; Stephane Couturier, Hubertus Hamm, Alexander Polzin
Podbielski Contemporary; Francesco Jodice, Loredana Nemes, Benyamin Reich
Tammen & Partner; Dietmar Brixy, Anke Eilergerhard, Thorsten Zwinger
Wichtendahl Galerie; Nicole Ahland, Katrin Günther, Annette Schröter

Berlin Lounge featuring: C/O Berlin Foundation
The Galleries Association of Berlin, landesverband berliner galerien (lvbg), represents art galleries in Berlin culturally and economically, supporting the sustainable development of Berlin as an internationally recognized center for the arts. Members of the Gallery Association of Berlin (lvbg) show a comprehensive range of art from the 20th and 21st century, fostering and marketing the careers of living artists through exhibitions, publications and public relations. The association, which operates by the standard guidelines of the Federation of European Art Galleries Association (FEAGA), is active in numerous committees of state-sponsored institutions for art and culture, and cultivates networking activities among many associates in the arts.

Galleries Association Of Korea
Galleries of Association Korea, as a meeting of nationwide galleries, was founded in 1976 with a sense of duty to the establishment of order in the circulation and to foster a sound art market as well as to promote the understanding and popularization of art and contribute to the global advancement of the culture of art. It was registered as a social organization of the ministry of culture and information in 1979. By being promoted to a corporation in 1991, its social obligation has been strengthened.
Participating Galleries Association of Korea and artists:
Baik Song Gallery, artists Lee Seung-Ha, KOH Chan-Gyu, Lee Yun-Bok.
Cais Gallery, artists So Young Choi, Kyoung Tack Hong, Doo Hwa Chung and Sun Young Lah.
Gallery Bhak, artists Young-Wook HAN, HARI, Soo-Jung CHOI, Mi Kyoung KIM.
Gallery Shilla, artist Moon-pil SHIM.
Gallery SP, artists Lee Kang-so and Hwang Yong-Jin.
Keumsan Gallery, artist KIM Changkyum, KWON Yeohyun, Debbie HAN.
Nine Gallery, artist Lee lee nam, Son bong chae, Park tae hoo and Shin hyunglok.
Paik Hae Young Gallery, artists JANG Seungtaik, KIM Byron, LEE Jung Jin and TOH Yunhee.
The Columns Gallery, artists Choi Myoung Young, Lee Ufan, Hur Hwang, and Suh Seung Won.
Wellside Gallery, artists Oh Se-Yeol and Park Seo-Bo.

Special Solo Exhibitions
Participating galleries and artists:
Dubner Moderne, Viviane Rombaldi Seppey
Knight Webb Gallery, Juliane Hundertmark
Mugello Contemporary, Mr. Herget
Paralelo Gallery, Isabelle Borges
Salamatina Gallery, Marc Andre Robinson
Sandra Lee Gallery, Jung San
Tezukayama Gallery, Satoru Tamura

One Art Nation
CONTEXT Art Miami has partnered with One Art Nation to feature daily symposia presented by leading art experts. Seminars focus on various art specialties. These educational programs are complimentary for fair attendees in the CONTEXT Art Miami Cafe daily.

Wynwood Art Walk to Showcase Miami Music Scene 8/13/16

Wynwood Art Walk to Showcase Miami Music Scene
Saturday, 08/13/2016 – 06:00 pm – 11:00 pm
SunGhosts-2016-photo-by-Keith-Hardy-36Wynwood Art Walk
NW 23rd Street and 5th Avenue,
Wynwood, Florida 33127
Cost: Free

Wynwood Art Walk has become one of the most iconic events in Miami, and SWARM, the creator of its epicenter along NW 23rd Street and 5th Avenue, is now poised to serve as an advocate for the Miami music scene by showcasing local talent. “We’re committed to bringing live music to Wynwood Art Walk, and much like our passion for all things local, we intend to give Miami musicians a platform to promote their music,” said Tony Albelo, partner of SWARM.

Wynwood Art Walk will include a main stage where several bands will be scheduled to perform starting at 6:00 p.m. On Saturday, August 13, SWARM is hosting four local bands, including the sun-drenched, garage rock headliners SunGhosts and their debut album release party. The album was recorded at Cutting Cane Studios in South Florida and was produced by two-time Grammy-winning producer Joel Someillán. Although the album is set for worldwide release (iTunes, Amazon, etc.) on August 23, eager fans will get to pre-purchase it at Wynwood Art Walk, ten days before its official launch. This installment of Wynwood Art Walk will also feature live music sets by Alexander Di Leo, KIDS, and Magic City Hippies. For info on pre-ordering SunGhosts’ new album, follow them on Facebook at

As always, Wynwood Art Walk is free and open to the public every second Saturday of the month. It’s the best place to people watch. It’s where locals get meet local artisans eager to showcase and sell their craft. It’s the place to satisfy that craving for five-star food trucks, and now, it’s the place to get up close and personal with Miami musicians who deserve to be center stage. For more information, follow For Wynwood Art Walk video, go to

UNTITLED Art Miami Beach 2015 12/2/15 – 12/6/15

UNTITLED 2015 Announces Special Projects For Fourth Edition
Wednesday, December 2 – Saturday, December 5, 11am – 7pm
Sunday, December 6, 11am – 5pm
untitledOn the beach
Ocean Drive and 12th Street
Miami Beach, FL 33139
General Admission: $28
Discounted Admission (Seniors and Students): $18
Miami Beach residents: $18
Groups of 15 or more: $18 per person
Children under 12: FREE

UNTITLED’s curatorial team, Artistic Director, Omar Lopez-Chahoud, curators Christophe Boutin and Melanie Scarciglia, along with Programming Director Amanda Schmitt, have identified a selection of special projects and programming that will engage visitors in the exhibitors’ booths and at various locations throughout the fair, indoors and outside.

“Working closely with our exhibitors we selected a strong group of special works by artists that are cross-generational,” states Amanda Schmitt. “The special programming elements from our non-profit and artist-run participants are integrated into the fair’s layout, demonstrating UNTITLED’s commitment to creating an environment unlike other art fairs.”

Visitors will be greeted by three special projects selected from submissions by UNTITLED exhibitors. Near the entrance will be a large-scale sculptural installation by Ronald Bladen presented by Loretta Howard Gallery (New York). Bladen was an influential artist who inspired a younger generation of minimalists such as Donald Judd, Carl Andre and Sol LeWitt. His work Chevrons (1974) explores the power and significance of this fundamental geometric shape, ubiquitous for its use in insignia, in language as punctuation, as a mathematical sign, and in design. The work consists of nine monolithic black sculptures that are arranged evenly in three rows, activating and highlighting the space between and surrounding the sculpture.

Los Angeles-based artist Scoli Acosta’s Earth Quartet (2013) is comprised of a series of pentagonal canvases, edged with jingles fashioned from flattened bottle caps. The work was inspired by Chris Marker’s documentary film, The Sixth Side of the Pentagon, that captures the 1967 Vietnam protest at the Pentagon. Acosta’s incorporation of playful bottle cap jingles also nods to Abbie Hoffman’s sarcastic attempt to levitate the Pentagon, in hopes it would turn orange and vibrate. Earth Quartet is presented by Galerie Laurent Godin (Paris).

Elise Ferguson’s paintings do not involve paint; she uses materials that are associated with sculpting: plaster and wood. Coloring the plaster with pigment, and layering the surface to a sculptural level, Ferguson’s work is based on mathematical puzzles, design and geometric variation. Ferguson’s Tess Ramble (2015), presented by Romer Young Gallery (San Francisco), is a three panel site-specific work that will be positioned in direct dialogue with the two other special projects, completing a minimal geometric trinity.

Art Basel Miami Beach 2015 12/2/15 – 12/6/15

Art Basel Miami Beach 2015
Private View, Wednesday, December 2, 2015, 11am to 8pm (by invitation only)
Vernissage, Thursday, December 3, 2015, 11am to 3pm (by invitation only)
Public Days
Thursday, December 3, 2015, 3pm to 8pm
Friday, December 4, 2015, 12noon to 8pm
Saturday, December 5, 2015, 12noon to 8pm
Sunday, December 6, 2015, 12noon to 6pm
artbasel2015Miami Beach Convention Center
1901 Convention Center Dr
Miami Beach, FL 33139

As the premier show of the Americas, Art Basel’s Miami Beach show presents established and emerging galleries from the United States, Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Mexico, Peru and Uruguay alongside many of the most important galleries from Europe, Asia and Africa. In total, half of the participating galleries have exhibition spaces in the Americas.

First-time participants from North and South America include Arredondo \ Arozarena, Castelli Gallery, Cristin Tierney Gallery, Essex Street, François Ghebaly Gallery, George Adams Gallery, Hannah Hoffman Gallery, Jenkins Johnson Gallery, SIM Galeria, Thomas Duncan Gallery and Universal Limited Art Editions. The galleries from Europe showing in Miami Beach for the first time are: Beck & Eggeling, Galerie Gregor Staiger, hunt kastner, KOW, Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler, Marcelle Alix, Mathew Gallery, Galerie Max Mayer, Mazzoleni, Noga Gallery of Contemporary Art, Galeria Plan B, Project Native Informant, Vedovi Gallery, Vistamare and Robilant + Voena. From the Asia-Pacific region, Beijing Art Now Gallery, Tokyo Gallery + BTAP and White Space Beijing will join the show for the first time. For the full gallery list, please visit

Galleries, the main sector of the show, features 191 galleries presenting the highest quality of painting, sculpture, drawing, installation, photography, video and editioned works. In addition to a strong list of returning exhibitors, Vedovi Gallery and Mazzoleni will exhibit for the first time at Art Basel in Miami Beach, while Galerie Barbara Thumm and ProjecteSD return to the Galleries sector after a brief hiatus. Having previously shown in Nova, Positions or Survey, Andrew Edlin Gallery, Kerlin Gallery and Mendes Wood DM have graduated into the Galleries sector, where, for the first time, they will present a wider range of their gallery programs.

With 12 global leaders in the field of prints and limited-editioned works, the Edition sector is a perennial highlight. This year’s show features Alan Cristea Gallery, Carolina Nitsch, Crown Point Press, Gemini G.E.L. LLC, Pace Prints, Paragon, Paul Stolper Gallery, Polígrafa Obra Gràfica, Sabine Knust, STPI, Two Palms and Universal Limited Art Editions.

Following its well-received debut last year, Survey returns with 14 exhibitions of historically informed works. Presentations include work by Charles Burchfield (DC Moore Gallery), Peter Campus (Cristin Tierney Gallery), Gianni Colombo (Robilant + Voena), Roy DeCarava (Jenkins Johnson Gallery), Rosalyn Drexler (Garth Greenan Gallery), Dorothy Iannone (Peres Projects), Wang Jinsong (Beijing Art Now Gallery), Heinz Mack (Beck & Eggeling), Roberto Burle Marx (Bergamin & Gomide), Shinjiro Okamoto (Tokyo Gallery + BTAP), Miguel Ángel Rojas (espaivisor), Peter Saul (George Adams Gallery), Keith Sonnier (Castelli Gallery) and Ettore Spalletti (Vistamare). Further details on the individual projects will be announced in the coming months.

The 16 curated solo booths of Positions provide a focus on emerging artists. The sector features a study on Mexican symbolism by Fritzia Irizar at Arredondo \ Arozarena; an installation by Dan Bayles at François Ghebaly Gallery, which will evolve during the show in response to other works on display; work by Vittorio Brodmann at Galerie Gregor Staiger; and new paintings and mixed-media work by Jaromír Novotný at hunt kastner. Daniel Keller will explore ecological and technological developments at the stand of Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler; Marcelle Alix will show a veiled installation of ‘Opaque’ by Pauline Boudry and Renate Lorenz; while Villa Design Group’s work at Mathew Gallery will question languages of design, violence, and subjectivity through an installation of 10 doorways that draw upon architectural details from the murder scene of Gianni Versace. As part of Positions, Galerie Max Mayer will present ‘Polyrhythm Technoir’, a three-part film by Henning Fehr and Philipp Rühr that allegorizes the present state of electronic music. The sector will further include an installation by Jiieh G Hur at One and J. Gallery; a new series of works inspired by nation-state branding campaigns by the artist collective GCC at Project Native Informant; a performance by Thomas Wachholz at RaebervonStenglin; and work by Andrei Koschmieder at Real Fine Art, examining the processes and systems by which the illicit is made useful and productive as it is integrated into the formal capitalist economy. SIM Galeria will present ‘Le carnaval des animaux’ by Romy Pocztaruk; explorations of the body by B. Ingrid Olson will be on view at Simone Subal Gallery; and Thomas Duncan Gallery will show mixed-media work by Sean Paul. At White Space Beijing, He Xiangyu will exhibit a series of ink on paper drawings.

Nova, which provides a platform for younger galleries to present new work by up to three artists, will feature 34 exhibitors. Freedman Fitzpatrick will present the set of a play in a collaboration between Tobias Madison and Matthew Lutz-Kinoy. On display at Take Ninagawa will be a group show featuring Elias Hansen, Shinro Ohtake and Aki Sasamoto. Luciano Figueiredo, Sandra Gamarra, Mauro Piva will convert Galeria Leme’s booth into a fictitious museum that challenges the artist’s position within the artworld. Continuing Nova’s reputation as a site of discovery, Anita Schwartz Galeria de Arte will show Gustavo Speridião and Nuno Ramos; Essex Street will present works by Park McArthur and Cameron Rowland; Galeria Plan B will feature Ciprian MureÅŸan and Navid Nuur; and Hannah Hoffman Gallery will debut new paintings by Matt Sheridan Smith.

KOW’s presentation for Nova will feature Eugenio Dittborn, Heinrich Dunst and Michael E. Smith; while Noga Gallery of Contemporary Art will show a new film by Keren Cytter. Pilar Corrias will return to the sector with an exploration of the mediation of images through technology by Rachel Rose, Ian Cheng and Ken Okiishi. Related themes will be considered by Antoine Catala and Gregory Edwards at 47 Canal; Nicolás Bacal, Tomás Espina and Jorge Pedro Núñez at Ignacio Liprandi Arte Contemporáneo; and Henry Chapman, Helen Marten and Tris Vonna-Michell at T293. History and symbology will also be a looked at, including works by Mandla Reuter and Armando Andrade Tudela at Francesca Minini; Felipe Arturo, Tania Candiani and Wilson Díaz at Instituto de visión; Nicholas Mangan at Labor; Carlos Motta, Rossella Biscotti and Teresa Margolles at mor charpentier; Sharon Hayes and Jimmy Robert at Tanya Leighton; and Asunción Molinos Gordo at Travesía Cuatro.

Compelling juxtapositions in the sector will include Austé and Emily Sundblad at Algus Greenspon; Nathan Mabry and Bernard Piffaretti at Cherry and Martin; Ian Wallace, Susanne M. Winterling and Julian Hoeber at Jessica Silverman Gallery; Néstor Sanmiguel Diest and B. Wurtz at Maisterravalbuena; Jorge Méndez Blake and Leon Vranken at Meessen De Clercq; Sam Anderson, Phoebe Collings-James and Noel McKenna at mother’s tankstation; Lucas Blalock, Andra Ursuta and Kaari Upson at Ramiken Crucible; Elena Damiani and Marlena Kudlicka at Revolver Galería; and Nelson Leirner, Marilá Dardot and Chiara Banfi at Silvia Cintra + Box 4. Through their divergent practices David Alesworth, Sudarshan Shetty and Avinash Veeraraghavan turn to craft as both a subject and conceptual framework at GALLERYSKE, while Stefan Brüggemann and Alejandro Cesarco consider a common interest in the formative aspect of language at Parra & Romero. Solo booths in Nova provide additional highlights, including Matt Hoyt at Bureau; Charlie Billingham with Supportico Lopez; Egan Frantz at Michael Jon Gallery; and Adrian Paci at Kalfayan Galleries.

In addition to showing premier artworks ranging from Modern masters to the latest contemporary pieces across five gallery sectors, many exhibitors will present works in Art Basel’s project-based sectors: Kabinett, Public and Film. Over the coming months, further details about these sectors as well as about the Conversations and Salon program of panels and talks will be released.

South Florida’s leading museums again time their strongest exhibitions of the year to coincide with Art Basel. Visitors from across the world will also have the opportunity to view the city’s internationally renowned private collections. This includes muchanticipated exhibitions at the Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation (CIFO), the de la Cruz Collection Contemporary Art Space, the Margulies Collection at the Warehouse and the Rubell Family Collection. In December the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) will present ‘Nari Ward: Sun Splashed’, ‘No Boundaries: Aboriginal Australian Contemporary Abstract Painting’, ‘Firelei Báez: Bloodlines’, and project galleries by Sheela Gowda, Jeff Wall, Nicolas Lobo and Bik Van der Pol. The Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami (ICA Miami) will present ‘Shannon Ebner – A Public Character’ and ‘Alex Bag – The Van (Redux)’ while NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale will show ‘Pablo Picasso: Painted Ceramics and Works on Paper, 1931-71’, ‘William J. Glackens: A Modernist in the Making’, ‘The Indestructible Lee Miller’, and ‘Revolution of the Eye: Modern Art and the Birth of American Television’. Other highlights include ‘Margin of Error’ and ‘Philodendron: From Pan-Latin Exotic to American Modern’ at the Wolfsonian-FIU; ‘The Summer of ’68: Photographing the Black Panthers’, ‘Vincent van Gogh’s The Poplars at Saint-Rémy’, ‘Edgar Degas’ Portrait of Mlle. Hortense Valpinçon’ at the Norton Museum of Art; and ‘Carlos Salas: Latin America and the Global Imagination’ at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA). As the Bass Museum of Art is undergoing renovation, it has instigated bassX – a series of artists’ projects, exhibitions, events and education programs – in the Miami Beach Library, directly across from the museum. In December bassX will present a new performance by Sylvie Fleury.

Featuring the world’s leading galleries specializing in twentieth and twenty-first century collectible design, the 11th edition of Design Miami, the leading global forum for design, will take place from December 2 to December 6, 2015 at Meridian & 19th Street, opposite the Miami Beach Convention Center. For more information, please visit

Invitation Only Miami Art Masters During Miami Art Week 12/1/15 – 12/6/15

Invitation Only Miami Art Masters During Miami Art Week
Tuesday, December 1st: Press Preview 4-6PM; VIP Preview 6-9PM
Wednesday, December 2nd: VIP First Open, Noon-6PM
Thursday, December 3rd: Noon – 6PM; Private Reception 6-9PM
Friday, December 4th: Noon – 6PM
Saturday, December 5th: Noon – 6PM
Sunday, December 6th: Noon – 6PM
Hibiscus Island
Miami Beach

By Invitation And Appointment Only
*The exhibition is not open to the public.
*Invitation is non-transferrable. No admission fee.
*RSVP required. Space is limited.
*On-site parking is very limited; guests are advised to come by private car or Uber.
To request a visit to the Miami Art Masters exhibition, please email Guests will receive a confirmation email, as requests are received.

*The exhibition will extend through January 17, 2016, by appointment only.

New, By-Appointment-Only Art Fair Showcases Historical Masterpieces Alongside Contemporary Art and Design in a Specially Curated “Collector’s Residence” on Hibiscus Island

For its inaugural exhibition and sale, Miami Art Masters will take place December 1st through December 6th, 2015 at an exclusive, private residence on Hibiscus Island, located between South Beach and Downtown Miami. Designed by award-winning architects, Touzet Studio, the residence provides a spectacular backdrop to a curated selection of Old Master paintings and drawings, along with contemporary art and design objects. Lyrically weaving museum quality Old Master artworks in conjunction with the presence of contemporary works, Miami Art Masters will offer a unique viewing opportunity, for both the seasoned and emerging collector.

Running concurrent with Art Basel Miami Beach, which attracts thousands of visitors to South Beach annually, Miami Art Masters promises an experience unlike any other, not only through the diverse presentation of historically important works of art but also by participating in an active contemporary dialogue merging elements of the past along with those representing our current time. This invitation-only exhibition and sale will be held in an expansive 12,000 square foot private home unlike many familiar art fair venues. With the goal of bridging the disconnect between artistic periods and art constituencies, Miami Art Masters will create an atmosphere where old meets new and where the dissimilar styles not only beautifully coexist but also engage in a compelling dialogue, adding richness to one’s surroundings.

Spanning 500 years, ranging from the 14th Century to the 19th Century, fifty works of art by prominent historic artists such as Jean-Honoré Fragonard, Bartolomé Esteban Murillo, Lo Scarsellino, Filippo Tarchiani, and Jean-Baptiste Oudry will be part of a highly anticipated showcase. Further complementing this selection of Old Master works, the team of specialists will integrate an assemblage of contemporary art and design, by internationally acclaimed galleries and designers such as Ralph Pucci, Herve Van der Straeten, and Paul Mathieu in conjunction with artists such as Tracey Emin, Cecily Brown, and Candida Höfer, among others. Set in a contemporary interpretation of a classic Parisian Hôtel Particulier, this art happening offers visitors and locals alike a taste of luxury.

Miami Art Masters, 2015 is delighted to create and present an exciting and wonderfully unique exhibition and sale, contributing to Miami’s vibrant artistic community. It will expand upon, rather than detract, from what is already being offered throughout the city. We look forward to sharing this experience with you.

The Team
Benedetta Corsini is an independent art consultant and Old Masters Paintings Specialist based in Milan, and former President of the renowned Old Master paintings gallery, Piero Corsini, Inc., New York.

Karen LaGatta brings more than 20 years of experience to the contemporary art world. She has served as a Director for some of the most prestigious NYC Galleries; in addition, she is an independent art consultant and publisher of limited editions by internationally renowned artists.

Paul Philippe Vögele is the proprietor of the Hibiscus Island Residence and Founder of Miami Art Masters; in addition, he is a commercial real estate professional, with extensive experience in publishing, and classical art and architecture.

Interior Design by Linda Zarifi: Zarifi Design is a full service boutique design firm specializing in high-end residential and hospitality design. With extensive training in the NYC design scene, Zarifi brings bespoke interiors embodying contemporary luxury to Miami. (

Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts Miami Legal Arts Forum 2/12/15

Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts Miami Legal Arts Forum
Thursday, 02/12/2015 – 05:30 pm – 08:00 pm
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2105 N. Miami Avenue,
Miami, Florida 33127
Cost: $20

Copyright and Street Art

Street art is a hot commodity in Miami, featured in our neighborhoods and in art auctions, fairs and events. It is also featured in advertisements, promotions and in other ways not always endorsed by the artists. Can street art be copyrighted? Artist’s rights have been in the news due to two well known law cases pitting street artists against corporate entities. The slippery nature of copyright law has
left many wondering where to draw the line. There are no easy answers. Join us for a moot court style forum to explore this important topic.

Featured speakers: Steve Eisenberg, Esq. & Jose Talavera, Esp. of Lipscomb Eisenberg & Baker PL; Jaime Gekas, Esq., Foley & Lardner LLP.

Along with curated art tours with street art specialist Sebastien Laboureau.

Networking cocktail reception follows event, a chance to mix and mingle with artists, attorneys, business professionals and others in creative industries.

Downtown Miami Lunch Break Art Tours 11/19/15

Downtown Miami Lunch Break Art Tours
Thursday, 11/19/2015 – 12/17/2015 12:00 pm – 02:00 pm
111 NE 1st Street, 8th Floor,
MIami, Florida 33132
Cost: Free

Winsome Bolt will be offering Thursday Lunch Break Art Tours of the “Where Art Meets Business” Art Exhibit at mindwarehouse. The Art Exhibit was curated by Maria Napoles of the Latin American Art Pavilion (LAAP). Ms. Bolt will be providing information and discussing the almost 60 works of art which have been introduced into the space.

The unique exhibit features artists and photographers from the Caribbean and Latin America. Artists featured include Lorena Abuchaibe (Colombia), Martha Espinoza (Costa Rica), Patricia Hashuel (Argentina) and Mabi Rod (Argentina). Some of the Photographers exhibiting are Luis Casteneda (Cuba), Mariza Formaggini (Brazil), Carl Juste (Haiti), and Coco Moni (Argentina).

Guests are welcomed to stop by any time between 12pm-2pm. Tours will be held every Thursday through December 17, 2015 (except for November 26, 2015).

Miami Project & Art on Paper Miami 12/1/15-12/6/15

Miami Project & Art on Paper Miami
Opening Reception: Tuesday December 1, 2015, 5:00pm to 10:00pm
mpaop-comp1day-finalWednesday, December 2, 2015 — 11:00am to 7:00pm
Thursday, December 3, 2015 — 11:00am to 7:00pm
Friday, December 4, 2015 — 11:00am to 7:00pm
Saturday, December 5, 2015 — 11:00am to 7:00pm
Sunday, December 6, 2015 — 11:00am to 6:00pm
Deauville Beach Resort
6701 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33141
Free One Day Pass

Miami Project and Art on Paper Miami open Tuesday, December 1st at The Deauville Beach Resort in the heart of Miami Beach. Building on the strong success of their previous editions, these co-located fairs will feature the best in modern and contemporary art presented by over seventy galleries from around the world.

Miami Project’s fourth edition will feature a unique confluence of historical and contemporary art, offering fair-goers a distinct Miami Beach experience. On the heels of Miami’s Unrealism exhibition – a direct response to one of the biggest new trends in the market today – and the figurative bend of MoMA PS1’s Greater New York show, Miami Project will include several of the world’s top figurative painting programs. The resurgence of this timeless form of art-making has found its new place at the foreground of the global art scene, and Miami Project’s leading galleries that focus on paintings of the person will be a must-visit stop for all those seeking pristine examples of bold figuration.

Joining Miami Project for the first time, New York City’s Hirschl & Adler Modern will show work by John Moore and Christopher Wilmarth. Fellow first-time exhibitor Jill Newhouse Gallery will exhibit rare works on paper by Pierre Bonnard and Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot. Making its Miami debut, Lori Bookstein Fine Art will show mixed media on panel by Hiroyuki Hamada with a series of screenprints on steel enamel plates by Jennifer Bartlett. Robert Fontaine Gallery will present significant work by Robert Rauschenberg including the artist’s 2007 Expresser (From The Runts Series) and 1980’s mixed media work Rush 3. Deborah Force Fine Art joins Miami Project to exhibit Charles Ephraim Burchfield’s Butterfly Festival, 1949-56, and a rare 1929 Edward Hopper watercolor on paper. Catharine Clark Gallery will present sculpture by Wanxin Zhang, Masami Teraoka’s 1984 watercolor and pencil on paper Work Painting for Wave Series, and Chris Doyle’s 2014 video The Fluid. Claire Oliver Gallery will show an exhibition of photographs by Laetitia Soulier and oil on canvas by Matt Bahen. Nancy Toomey Fine Art will present works on paper by Lynda Benglis and Larry Bell. Winston Wächter Fine Art will show a new monumental work on paper by Zaria Forman, Richard Levy Gallery will present painting by Mel Davis and Matt Magee, and Sasha Wolf Gallery will show large scale photography by Doug Fogelson and Christopher Rodriguez. To learn more about Miami Project, please visit

A Time Out New York Critic’s Pick and one of The New York Times’ must see March 2015 art fairs, Art on Paper New York welcomed over 18,000 visitors and played host to compelling, large-scale installations and critically acclaimed exhibitions over four buzzing days. The fair’s fresh Miami counterpart will be a similar forum for the exploration of a medium – a space for intimate conversation between exhibitor and collector with a refreshing focus on the artwork itself. Sasha Wolf returns as the fair’s Artistic Director working with James Stroud of Center Street Studio to guide the fair’s tightly curated paper-based program. To learn more about Art on Paper Miami, please visit

From December 1 – 6, The Deauville Beach Resort will play host to some of the country’s best food and cocktail programs. Miami’s renowned The Broken Shaker will take over the hotel’s beverage service, offering visitors the exclusive opportunity to experience the cocktail program recently voted this year’s Best Hotel Bar in America. New York City favorites Black Tree and Big Mozz will join the fairs to feature new menus crafted specifically for the Miami audience. Featuring two members of Zagat’s 30 Under 30, and one of the world’s best bars, The Deauville Beach Resort will be the ultimate Miami Art Week destination for top food and drink.

Art Miami 2014 12/2/14-12/7/14

Art Miami
Tuesday, December 2nd, 5:30pm – 10pm, VIP Preview (Access for Art Miami VIP Cardholders and Press
artmiamiWednesday, December 3rd, 11am – 7pm
Thursday, December 4th, 11am – 7pm
Friday, December 5th, 11am – 8pm
Saturday, December 6th, 11am – 7pm
Sunday, December 7th, 11am – 6pm
Midtown Miami
3101 NE 1st Avenue
Miami, FL 33137
$35 one day, $75 multi-day pass, $15 Students 12-18 years and Seniors
A One Day Fair Pass provides admission to Art Miami and CONTEXT Art Miami Fairs.
A Multi-Day Pass provides admission to Art Miami, CONTEXT Art Miami and Aqua Art Miami Fairs.

Known as Miami’s premier anchor fair, Art Miami kicks off the opening day of Art Week — the first week of December when thousands of collectors, dealers, curators and artists descend upon Miami. World-famous for its stylish gallery-like decor, its outstanding quality and extraordinary variety, Art Miami showcases the best in modern and contemporary art from 125 international art galleries.

Art Miami maintains a preeminent position in America’s contemporary art fair market. With a rich history, it is the original and longest-running contemporary art fair in Miami and continues to receive praise for the variety of unparalleled art that it offers. It is the “can’t miss” event for all serious collectors, curators, museum directors and interior designers, providing an intimate look at some of the most important work at the forefront of the international contemporary art movement.

The fair will commence on December 2, 2014, with Art Miami’s highly anticipated Opening Night VIP Preview. In 2013 Art Miami attracted 13,600 collectors, curators, artists, connoisseurs and designers during its Opening Night to benefit the Miami Art Museum (PAMM) and hosted 75,000 attendees over a six-day period.

The Fearless Artist Pop Up Gallery Returns To Miami Art Week 2015 12/1/15

The Fearless Artist Pop Up Gallery Returns To Miami Art Week 2015
Tuesday, 12/01/2015 – 12/06/2015 06:00 pm – 12:00 am
FullSizeRender-12The Fearless Artist Gallery
175 NW 25th and 2nd Ave,
Miami, Florida 33127
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Be fearless during Miami Art Week! The Fearless Artist Pop Up Gallery is a unique event featuring more than 30 contemporary artists and designers all over the world. The Pop Up show will transform a 3,000 square ft. warehouse, in the heart of Miami’s Art and Design District, into an interactive art and entertainment experience. The exhibition will be open to the thousands of fans and collectors visiting the area during Art Basel from Dec 1 to Dec 6. Last year’s successful pop up show featured 35 artists and hosted over 7,000 visitors. Returning artist, Peter Smith, sold nine sculptures and artist Chris Saunders completely sold out. The show offers the opportunity for art industry professionals and aficionados to network, engage and connect with veteran and emerging artists.

Red Dot Art Fair Miami 2015 12/2/15 – 12/6/15

Red Dot Art Fair Miami 2015
Opening Reception Benefiting The National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Wednesday, December 2, 6 – 10 Pm
reddotWednesday, December 2, Noon – 6pm (reception 6 – 10pm)
Thursday, December 3, Noon – 8 Pm Free Day!
Friday, December 4, Noon – 8 Pm Free Day!
Saturday, December 5, Noon – 8 Pm
Sunday, December 6, Noon – 6 Pm (DOORS Close At 5 Pm)
1700 NE 2nd AVE
Miami, FL 33132
(Corner of NE 2nd AVE and NE 17th Street)
Arts and Entertainment District of Miami

Tickets may be purchased on site for the opening night reception as well as general admission. Opening night reception is open to the public.
General admission is $20. Which includes both spectrum miami and red dot fair
opening night reception and week pass is $25. Which includes both spectrum miami and red dot fair
Buy Tickets Online

Red Dot Art Fair is pleased to announce its 9th edition in our new location in the Arts and Entertainment District in Miami concurrent with Art Basel Miami Beach. Building upon its reputation as a diverse fair, Red Dot will offer a unique selection of approximately fifty galleries exhibiting contemporary painting, sculpture, photography and secondary market.

Red Dot Art Fair strives to create a fair for galleries specializing in emerging, mid-career and established artists that present work of lasting value. The luxurious layout of the fifty thousand square foot venue will provide visitors with a sophisticated and friendly environment to view artwork presented by galleries and dealers. Red Dot is excited about being part of Miami’s vibrant art scene and its great fabric of galleries, museums and cultural institutions.

Red Dot Art Fair is pleased to announce that the Spectrum Miami tent will share the new 7 acre location at 1700 NE 2nd Avenue (corner of NE 17th Street) and tickets will be valid for both art fairs. Each fair will have their own tents and entrances, tickets will be valid for entrance to both fairs.

About our new location: The Arts and Entertainment District has recently seen a renaissance of creative energy with the advent of Miami’s premier performance space (The Adrienne Arscht Center), and the opening of hip restaurants and speakeasy-inspired bars. There’s no doubt that its location just minutes from all of Miami’s hottest neighborhoods (including Wynwood, Design District, Downtown and South Beach) make The Arts and Entertainment District Miami’s next big discovery. Still being defined by the burgeoning creative scene, the Arts and Entertainment District is poised for exceptional growth in the coming years.

ArtAfrica Miami Arts Fair 2015 12/2/15 – 12/6/15

ArtAfrica Miami Arts Fair
artafricaArt & Fashion VIP Opening, Wednesday Dec. 2, 7pm to 10pm
Thursday Dec. 3 11am – 7pm
Friday Dec. 4, 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Saturday Dec. 5, 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Soul Basel Farewell Brunch powered by TheUrbanCollective, Sunday Dec. 6, 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
The Carver Building
801 NW 3rd Avenue
Miami, FL

Art Africa Miami Arts Fair is a juried multidisciplinary exhibition of fine contemporary art from the global African Diaspora. The central idea of Art Africa Miami is to present an array of visual works that pay homage to the centrality of Africa and its descendants contribution to the modern art world.

“Art has always been a tool to claim space, build power and to question the injustices that have shaped our social experiences,” Neil Hall, Founder. In the world of art and culture, artists are responsible for offering the viewer a chance to challenge society by bringing new meaning to the way we perceive the world.

Culture is space where we can introduce ideas, attack emotions, change values and find inspiration. Art is where we can imagine what change looks and feels like. Come join us as we seek to do our part in transforming our world to be more just and beautiful in all we do. This year, we continue our transformation of the historic community of Overtown.

Our aim is to continue advancing artists from the African Diaspora, including artists from Africa, North America, South America, the Caribbean, and Europe. Art Africa Miami brings a vital and essential cultural service to the South Florida community, lending the Magic City a true international flair.

Art Wynwood 2/11/16

Art Wynwood
Thursday, 02/11/2016 – 02/15/2016 06:00 pm –
Art Wynwood Pavilion
2901 NE 1st Ave.,
Miami Beach, Florida 33137

Art Wynwood solidifies its reputation as the winter season’s premier art fair with this year’s roster of highly respected galleries and artists. Produced by Art Miami, the annual Presidents Day Weekend fair presents its fifth edition with a dynamic array of works from street artists and muralists, emerging young talent and world-renowned contemporary and modern artists. Regarded for its distinct identity among Miami art fairs, Art Wynwood will be set apart further by its unique approach to audience engagement as characterized by a new exhibition on the ‘60s and a focus on Miami institutions.

Friday February 12 – Sunday February 14, 2016, 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Monday February 15, 2016, 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM

SPECTRUM Miami Contemporary Art Show 12/2/15 -12/6/15

SPECTRUM Miami Contemporary Art Show
Wednesday, 12/02/2015 – Sunday, 12/06/2015
Opening Reception, Wednesday, Dec. 2, 6-10pm
Thursday, Dec. 3, 1pm-9pm
Friday, Dec. 4, 1pm-9pm
Saturday, Dec. 5, 1pm-9pm
Sunday, Dec. 6, 12pm-6pm
Spectrum-MiamiSpectrum Miami Tent
1700 NE 2nd Ave. at NE 17th St.
Miami, Florida 33137
Admission Cost: VIP WEEK PASS: $25 | Grants the holder and one guest access to all Show Days and Opening Night Preview; valid for both Spectrum Miami and Red Dot Art Fair
General Admission: Thursday and Friday: Complimentary admission
Saturday and Sunday: $20; valid for one day only for both Spectrum Miami and Red Dot Art Fair; excludes VIP Opening Preview

SPECTRUM Miami Contemporary Art Show returns to the heart of the Wynwood Art District with open show days for the public from Friday December 4 to Sunday December 6 during Miami Art Week. Spectrum Miami is more than an art show—it’s a five-day fine art experience featuring top galleries and artists from across the U.S. and around the world, along with live performances, curated projects, and late night parties. This year’s theme, [EMERGENCE]—innovative vision coming to life. Spectrum Miami features specially curated programs that are informed by the theme, including site-specific projects, art talks, and panel discussions; a selection of dynamic and cutting-edge film, video, and new media works; and a curated selection of emerging and spotlight artists. These programs provide a dynamic experience for attendees, allowing them to view and interact with works by leading international artists, experience leading museums “outside the museum walls,” and enjoy exhibitions that showcase the thriving art landscape of Miami.

“At Home with Art” Miami Artist Showcase: Home Design and Remodeling Show 3/18/16, 3/19/16, 3/20/16, 3/21/16

“At Home with Art” Miami Artist Showcase: Home Design and Remodeling Show
Friday, 03/18/2016 – 03/21/2016 04:30 pm – 10:30 pm
CollageMiami Beach Convention Center
1901 Convention Center Drive,
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Cost: $10 adults, $1.00 children under 11. Special advance discount of $7 for adults with online ticket purchases by March 17, 2016.

28 Miami artists showcase their work within 10 curated art exhibit spaces, grouped together to make one large feature area titled, “At Home with Art.” The focus of this feature is to demonstrate the high quality and range of choices available in South Florida in all mediums including: paintings, sculptures, mixed and digital media, photography, and stained glass. Artists and experts will be present to help Show-goers better understand the process behind creating fine art and provide tips on starting or adding to a collection. The 2016 Ambassador Artists are: BJ and Richeille Formento (Formento + Formento); Sandra Garcia-Pardo; Daniel Fiorda; Brian Deutzman; Nate Dee; Rebecca Barba; Victor Gomez; Aimee Perez; Ismael Gomez Peralta; Gina Guzman; Elidea (Elide Arosio); Kris Tamburello; Sacha Suarez; Rosaria Vigorito; Linda Fleischman; Meg Wallace; Griselda Lechini; Alicia Vallejo; Natalya Kochak; Jonathan Brooks; Miguel Rodez; MANO; Franks Christopher; Giselle Fajardo; and Raul Proenza. Christopher, Fajardo and Proenza represent the Little Havana Art District and Viernes Culturales; and Rodez and MANO will collaborate with RUN Art Foundry that will present sculptures by: Jose Bedia, Pedro Pablo Oliva, and Uldis Lopez. For a schedule and to read more about each artist, visit:

Aqua Art Miami 2014 12/3/14-12/7/14

Aqua Art Miami 2014
aquaVIP Wednesday, December 3, 3 pm – 10 pm, Access for Aqua Art Miami VIP Cardholders, Art Miami & CONTEXT VIP Cardholders, and Press
Thursday, December 4, 12 pm – 9 pm
Friday, December 5, 11 am – 9 pm
Saturday, December 6, 11 am – 9 pm
Sunday, December 7, 11 am – 6 pm
Aqua Hotel
1530 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139
$15 One-day pass to Aqua
$75 Multi-day pass to Art Miami, CONTEXT, Aqua
$10 Students 12-18 years and Seniors
Free Children under 12 accompanied by adult
$10 Groups of 10 or more (per person)

Aqua Art Miami is pleased to announce its roster of confirmed exhibitors for Art Week, when the popular contemporary art fair runs Dec. 3 through Dec. 7, 2014. Long known as one of the top emerging art fairs during Miami Art Week, Aqua Art Miami is critically recognized for presenting vibrant and noteworthy international art programs showcasing emerging and mid-career artists.

Set within a classic Art Deco hotel on South Beach with spacious exhibition rooms that open onto a breezy, charming courtyard, the unique fair has become a favorite gathering spot during the busy week to acquire work, exchange ideas and discover new pieces by well-known artists as well as names new to the international art market. Under its new ownership by Art Miami LLC, Aqua 2013’s VIP Preview opened with a line of collectors down Collins Avenue waiting to gain entrance – a first in the history of the fair – and closed on a high note with record breaking sales, outstanding press coverage, and overall attendance of more than 10,000 visitors, which doubled from previous years.

Aqua Art Miami’s 2014 edition will feature 46 international exhibitors and a dynamic range of high-quality art that maintains the fair’s signature unique atmosphere and energy, showcasing emerging and mid-career artists working in all media from painting, photography and works on paper to design, sculpture, installation, video and multimedia art. “Aqua’s affiliation with Art Miami has clearly expanded the fair’s ability to reach out to new galleries as well as collecting audiences,” said Director Jennifer Jacobs. “Aqua’s unique setting and increasingly refined environment transcends notions of the typical hotel fair, and we’re incredibly excited for this edition, celebrating Aqua’s 10th Anniversary and highlighting the fair’s continuing curatorial evolution. We’re welcoming back some of the established exhibitors that have defined the fair’s success over the years along with fresh galleries new to the Miami art scene, together presenting an exciting roster of solo exhibitions and projects spanning visual art, multimedia, and performance.”

For the first time in Aqua’s history, exhibitors were selected through an Advisory Committee, comprised of Mat Gleason of Coagula Curatorial, Los Angeles, Nancy Toomey of Toomey Tourrell Fine Art, San Francisco, and Henry Chung and Robert Walden of Robert Henry Contemporary, Brooklyn, NY. Approximately half of the galleries who have contributed to Aqua’s success over the years are returning for the 2014 edition, with a number of new participants traveling to the fair from the Americas, Asia and Europe, many exhibiting in Miami for the first time. Aqua will also debut a design exhibitor for the first time in its history, with Industry Gallery of Los Angeles/Washington DC transforming the hotel’s penthouse; and as in years past, the online network and magazine ArtSlant will unveil the winners of a yearlong contest to select several artists from an international open call juried by a panel of art world luminaries.

In honor of the fair’s 10th anniversary, Aqua will present innovative performance programs encouraging audience participation in the creative process. Highlights include: Coagula Curatorial presenting renowned performance artist Karen Finley, who will reprise her Artist Anonymous series of ‘meetings’ encouraging audiences to explore their relationship with art. This series originally premiered as part of the Museum of Art and Design’s 2014 MAD Biennial; Elizabeth Leach Gallery will present MK Guth’s Advice Station, part psychiatry office and part information booth. Here visitors can sit and talk about their experiences and offer their tips, pointers and opinions about the art fairs in Miami, to be included in a book that can be ordered and shipped after the fair. These projects will be enhanced by a number of pop-up installations and ‘performance interruptions’ curated throughout the week, enhancing the fair experience for Aqua visitors.

These facets will add to the unique and invigorating atmosphere that has made Aqua Art Miami’s opening the annual destination on Wednesday of Art Week for influential collectors, connoisseurs and art professionals who migrate en masse from Art Basel Miami Beach’s VIP Preview a short walk away. This exclusive first view starting at 3 PM encourages VIP Cardholders to explore the room displays until the festivities wind down at 10 PM, gaining insight from exhibitors and artists while seizing the opportunity to acquire work before the fair opens to the public at noon the following day.

The following galleries have been confirmed for participation at Aqua Art Miami 2014:
Antonio Colombo Milan | ARCO Gallery NYC | Artêria Montreal | ArtSlant Los Angeles | Autobody Fine Art Oakland | AWOL Toronto | Coagula Curatorial Los Angeles | Elisa Contemporary Art Riverdale, NY | Elizabeth Leach Gallery Portland | Ernest G Welch School of Art, Georgia State University Atlanta | Exhibit A Corning, NY | galerie juliane hundertmark Berlin | galerie 103 Kauai | Gallery 300 Santa Rosa, CA | Ghostprint Farmville, VA | Hamiltonian Gallery Washington, DC | Hang Art San Francisco | Imago Verbosa London | Industry Gallery Los Angeles / Washington, DC | j ferguson gallery Richmond, VA | John Wolf Fine Art Los Angeles | Kathryn Miriam Contemporary NYC | Matteawan Gallery Beacon, NY | Mayer Fine Art Norfolk, VA | Michelle Mariaud NYC | Mindy Solomon Gallery Miami | Morton Fine Art Washington DC | Muriel Guepin Gallery NYC | Pele Prints St. Louis | Perihelion Press Phoenix | Projects Gallery Miami | Red Pipe Gallery Los Angeles | Rice Polak Gallery Provincetown, MA | Robert Henry Contemporary Brooklyn, NY | Roza Azora Moscow | Sandra Lee Gallery San Francisco | Seager Gray Gallery Mill Valley, CA | Shulamit Gallery Los Angeles | Space 776 Brooklyn, NY | The Good Luck Gallery Los Angeles | Thinkspace Gallery Culver City, CA | Toomey Tourell Gallery San Francisco | Victori Contemporary NYC | Whitespace Atlanta | William Bazcek Fine Arts Northampton, MA

Art Wynwood Tony Goldman Lifetime Artistic Achievement Award Dinner 2/12/16

Art Wynwood Tony Goldman Lifetime Artistic Achievement Award Dinner
Sunday, 02/12/2016 – 07:30 pm – 10:30 pm
art-wynwood-logo-small-1db Bistro Moderne
255 Biscayne Blvd Way,
Miami, Florida 33131

Art Wynwood, the winter season’s premier art fair, will hold a private dinner and cocktail reception to honor iconic photographer Martha Cooper with the fair’s second annual Tony Goldman Award. Presented in partnership with Wynwood Walls, the award acknowledges individuals in art whose careers have changed the industry. Cooper has made an indelible mark on the urban art scene, elevating the perception of graffiti and street art from an underground subculture to a new art movement celebrated around the world.

This event is open to ticket holders only. Tickets may be purchased here:

Fridge Art Fair : The Fridge Fudge Pop: Miami Beach & Pop Up At The Center 12/3/15 – 12/6/15

Fridge Art Fair : The Fridge Fudge Pop: Miami Beach & Pop Up At The Center
Thursday, December 3, press/VIP preview 5:00 to 7:00pm, Benefit Gala 7:00 to 10:00pm.
Friday, December 4th and Saturday, December 5th, 11:00am to 9:00pm
Sunday, December 6th, 11:00am to 6:00pm.
fridgeartfairHoliday Inn-Miami Beach
4333 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Suggested admission is $10
Advance general admission tickets

Fridge Art Fair is pleased to announce its third Miami Edition, The Fridge Fudge Pop, hosted at Holiday Inn-Miami Beach, steps from this year’s NADA and Pulse Fairs, with easy access to Art Basel, Scope and Aqua.

Opening day events include the VIP and Press Preview on Thursday, December 3, 2015 from 5:00pm to 7:00pm. Immediately following that, from 7:00 to 10:00pm, the opening benefit gala, The Grand Fudge Pop, will feature a special performance by NYC’s drag star Sweetie, and will benefit the LGBT Visitor Center of Miami Beach. Advance general admission Benefit Gala tickets are $35 and are available here. At the door, general admission tickets will be $45, a limited number of “rush” student/senior tickets will be $20 (with ID at the door at 7:00pm). The event will also include a raffle, music and more. RSVP: (VIP) or (press).

Fridge Art Fair’s philosophy is to make the art fair scene accessible to diverse exhibitors and visitors alike. “Our booth fees are low,” said Eric Ginsburg, the Artist and Founding Director known throughout the world for his Dog and Cat paintings. Admission is ten dollars but on the door policy is: “No one is ever turned away. Generous donations will help keep this a reality.”

Fridge Art Fair celebrates creative freedom and diversity, encouraging exhibitors to explore all possibilities within their spaces as, in the words of Fridge Curator Linda DiGusta, “exploration, energetic participation and enthusiastic support create transformative energy, rules kill spirit.” Exhibitors are drawn from the world art community and include dealers, collectives and unrepresented artists – many “regulars,” and some new to Fridge.

This year the Fair welcomes a major collaboration with Art Shape Mammoth, who will curate and present large-scale sculpture, performances – dance and movement artist Laura Gordon will work with the large-scale paintings of new Fridge artist Iliyan Ivanov as a backdrop and Anna Marie Shogren will dance a durational performance – and guest artists from Shanghai, China in addition to their core program.

Special presentations also include an exhibition by students of Virginia Erdie’s youth art program in Miami, a screening of Katherine Delaney’s documentary/love letter to the drag world, Charmed Life, and works of Kazuko Miyamoto and Eva LeWitt presented by Gallery 128, the Lower East Side fixture and magnet that hosted the inaugural Fridge Art Fair in May 2013.

Founder renowned artist Eric Ginsburg will present his signature pet portraits and accept commissions to benefit BARC Animal Rescue in Brooklyn, NY – bring a photo of Fido or Fluffy and save a life! His work will be featured in the exhibition. Additionally, a satellite exhibition curated by the Fair will open in November, hosted by LGBT Visitor Center, 1130 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach. Details to be announced.

Fridge Art Fair, a play on “Freeze,” was born in 2013 on the Lower East Side, as a satellite of Frieze New York. The inaugural Fair was filled to capacity with exhibitors who answered Founder Eric Ginsburg’s challenge, “Can you fit into the Fridge?” at Kazuko Miyamoto’s small but storied storefront, Gallery OneTwentyEight. The Fair has gathered a growing following of exhibitors, sponsors, and visitors through two more New York editions, as well as two previous Miami fairs in 2013 and 2014. The 2015 edition will mark Fridge’s Miami Beach debut, where the fair’s unique character will complement the offerings of the nearby Pulse and NADA shows, as well as Scope, Aqua and Art Basel in South Beach.

More information about exhibiting, sponsoring or visiting the Fridge at

o The LGBT Visitor Center in Miami Beach opens its door with Pride to thousands of tourists from around the globe each year. Situated in the historic Old City Hall building, we’re literally at the epicenter of LGBTQ activity in South Beach. The vibrant LGBTQ community helps make Miami and the beaches one of the top LGBTQ destinations in the world! A place of community, information and resources, we offer weekly support groups including Narcotics Anonymous and Smart Recovery, Yoga and Dance classes, Educational Workshops and an array of Social Events. The LGBT Visitor Center is operated by the MDGLCC Foundation, Inc., the 501c3 nonprofit foundation of the Miami Dade Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce.

o Self-described “big titted, honky soul momma” Sweetie arrived in NYC at 19 having never been to the big city, but always knowing it would one day be her home. Seduced by the grit and glitter of New York by films like Midnight Cowboy and Taxi Driver, she escaped her suburban Detroit roots to study theatre…

o ArtShape Mammoth (ASM) is a nationwide organization supporting the development of artists by connecting them with new communities. ASM is designing a new structure of representation for artists, and is currently representing thirty artists, organizing curated exhibitions and artist lectures nationally and internationally. Additionally, ASM facilitates the ONE Arts Center gallery and workshop space in Vermont, the Visitor Center Artist Camp near-wilderness residency site in the UP of Michigan, an international Shanghai artist exchange program, and traveling experiential workshops in metal-casting and ceramics.

o BARC’s mission is to provide a safe haven for abandoned animals and to find permanent loving homes for them. While in our care, we provide them with quality food, shelter, medical attention, and the love they deserve. We are proud to be a no kill shelter.

o Virginia Erdie’s program

o Eric Ginsburg’s paintings of dogs and cats are exhibited and sold internationally, and will be featured alongside works by William Wegman in the November exhibition Man’s Best Friend at WAH Center. In addition to animals, he loves art and artists, and Fridge Art Fair is part of his mission to give back to that community.

o Miami native and photographer Cara Hunter Viera has been with Fridge since its inception and acts as Associate Director for Fridge Miami.

o Writer/curator/artist/dealer Linda DiGusta has worked within the contemporary art community in NYC since 2004. She joined Fridge as an exhibitor in 2013 and curator in 2014.

The Miami Art Expo 2015 6/19/15 – 6/26/15

The Miami Art Expo 2015
Saturday 20th June 2015 – Friday 26th June 2015 : 11.00pm – 17.00pm Open to the public
Nina Torres Fine Art Gallery
themiamiartexpo1800 N Bayshore Dr
Miami, FL 33132
Free entry
Prebook Free tickets online and enter a draw to win an original artwork. Prebook or just walk-in and we will see you there!
Friday 19th June 2015 : 6.00pm – 9.00pm Grand Opening, Private View, Champagne Reception sponsored by Juve & Camps.
Private View & Vernissage only $10.00 per VIP ticket.

The Miami Art Expo is an exciting show for the Miami Art Aficionado’s and Collectors to enjoy. An international Exhibition of Contemporary Art that will showcase some of the best artworks by a great selection of emerging artists from around the world including many from UK & Europe.

Visitors can expect a variety of paintings, photography art, urban art, sculptures, in different styles. The event gives a great opportunity to invest into international art, and is a showcase of the established artist as well as young talent displayed at the Nina Torres Fine Art Gallery water view venue providing an extraordinary setting for the Miami Art Expo.

All artworks on show are for sale between a price range from $ 200 USD up to $ 15.000 USD.

Fearless Artist Pop Up Gallery Presents Celebrity Artists and Latin Night 12/3/15

Fearless Artist Pop Up Gallery Presents Celebrity Artists and Latin Night
Thursday, 12/03/2015 – 12/03/2015 06:00 pm – 02:00 am
Fearless-Artist-FlyerFearless Artist Pop Up Gallery
175 NW 25th Street,
Miami, Florida 33127
Cost: Free

Experience a whole new take on Art Basel with the Fearless Artist Pop Up Gallery tonight! This exciting and unique event brings together over 35 artists from all over the world together in the same space. Last year’s successful pop-up gallery hosted artists and provided over 7,000 visitors, a totally different Art Basel experience from all the other galleries around.

Tonight will feature a “Latin Night” where hosts Sebastian ‘Blue Hart’ and Monique ‘MOMO’, who currently released her remix of ‘El Perdon’ featuring Pitbull, will set the mood for an exciting Basel night. Mexican artist Michelle Lopez, who is being sponsored by both the Mexican government as well as Don Ramon Tequila, will be showcasing her work.

Confirmed artists for this year include: Cannon Hersey, Lisa Waltuch, Anisa Romero, Rodney Allen Trice, Peter Smith, an artist that completely SOLD OUT last year, from LA Arts Collective “Gallery 38”, artists SNIPT, Julie Lehite, Dakoro Edwards, Miscre8 & BD White, and many more including Uncutt Art, the artist responsible for the ‘Protect Yo Heart’ piece Miranda Lambert laid next to announcing her divorce.

Every night is sure to provide guests with a different experience, with tonight being dedicated to celebrating the importance and presence of Latin’s in Miami.

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Sculpt Miami Contemporary Sculpture Art Fair 12/3/14-12/7/14

Sculpt Miami Contemporary Sculpture Art Fair
Wednesday, December 3rd, 11am – Noon, Opening Reception for VIP and Press
Sculpt-Miami-2014-Invitation-and-InfoThursday, December 4th, 11am – 8pm
Friday, December 5th, 11am – 8pm
Saturday, December 6th, 11am – 8pm
Sunday, December 7th, 11am – 8pm
46 NW 36th Street
Miami FL 33127

After its successful debut in 2008 as a unique sculpture art fair, Sculpt Miami is looking forward to welcoming sculpture lovers again in 2014. The fair showcases outstanding large-scale indoor and outdoor sculptures by prominent modern artists from around the world. It focuses on the newest aesthetic tendencies in contemporary sculpture highlighting innovative techniques and the use of original materials. Sculpt Miami is the only art space completely dedicated to showcasing contemporary sculpture, making it a vital source for art lovers who wish to discover new developments in modern sculpturing.

In the heart of the popular Wynwood Art District on 46 NW 36th Street within walking distance of the Design District and Midtown, which hosts important satellite art fairs including: Art Miami, Context, Miami Project, Red Dot and Spectrum.

StyleMarket at Downtown Dadeland 11/21/15

StyleMarket at Downtown Dadeland
Saturday, 11/21/2015 – 11/21/2015 12:00 pm – 05:00 pm
StyleMarket-ImageDowntown Dadeland
7250 N Kendall Dr, Miami, FL 33156,
Miami, Florida 33156
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Cost: Free

Downtown Dadeland, Kendall’s urban lifestyle center, is hosting its first-ever StyleMarket on Nov. 21 from noon until 5 p.m. As one of Miami’s original outdoor bazaars, StyleMarket will feature a variety of fashion, art and artisan creations from designers, artisans and local artists across South Florida. Known for being a launch pad for more than 100 designers, StyleMarket is the next step in Downtown Dadeland’s revitalization plan and will showcase the lifestyle center’s growing fashion presence. Since its creation four years ago, South Florida’s most popular outdoor bazaar has enabled several designers and online boutiques to expand to brick and mortar locations.

CIFO presents Gustavo Perez Monzon: Tramas 12/2/15

CIFO presents Gustavo Perez Monzon: Tramas
Wednesday, 12/02/2015 – 12/06/2015 09:00 am – 04:00 pm
CIFO Space
1018 North Miami Avenue,
miami, Florida 33136
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Cost: Free

The Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation (CIFO) will present the first solo exhibition in the United Stated of seminal Cuban artist Gustavo Pérez Monzón. The exhibition, which brings together more than 70 works created between 1979 and the late 1980’s, provides a close look at the artist’s practice during the final decade that he lived and worked in Cuba. Curated by Elsa Vega and René Francisco Rodríguez, the anthological exhibition traces Pérez Monzón’s career through one of his most prolific periods. The exhibition will include a series of drawings, installations, and site-specific works reflecting Pérez Monzón’s interest in exploring Geometric Abstraction, Abstract Expressionism, and Spatialism.

Who Needs Paris Flea Market 11/14/15

Who Needs Paris Flea Market
Saturday, 11/14/2015 – 03/26/2016 11:00 am – 05:00 pm
Casa Twice
4215 SW 72 Ave,
Miami, Florida 33155
Cost: FREE

The “Who Needs Paris” Vintage Market is an upscale open-air market featuring vintage and vintage inspired collections for all ages.

The event will take place this Saturday November 14th in the Courtyard at Casa Twice.

Smashed Canvas – A Basel Experience (Grand Opening) 11/27/15

Smashed Canvas – A Basel Experience (Grand Opening)
Friday, 11/27/2015 – 02:00 pm – 12:00 am
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244 NW 29th Street,
Miami, Florida 33127
Cost: Access to Complimentary Tastings: Free

Join us for a special grand opening welcoming event created especially for the locals and early arrivers to experience Smashed Canvas before Basel 2015 is in full swing. Join us for special offerings, entertainment and loads of surprises while checking out a huge undertaking of artists taking over the walls around our beloved little watering hole.

What is Smashed Canvas?

Right smack in the middle of the biggest mural takeover during Basel 2015 you can find the sweetest little public house featuring craft beer, cocktails and delicious food. Over 20 of the world’s best muralists will be painting the entire block between NW 2nd andamp, 3rd avenue and 28th andamp, 29th street creating the ultimate welcome mat to the beautiful Wynwood Art District. The Smashed experience lets you sit back and relax while enjoying some of the most amazing attractions Basel has to offer. You can savor a myriad of bites and imbibe on exclusive craft beers and hand-made cocktails while rubbing elbows with the world’s foremost figures in contemporary urban art. A full slate of activities and performances makes Smashed Canvas a must-see destination during this year’s Basel events. Come by early or late and we will make sure that you can enjoy your #BaselSmashed.
Brought to you by Brewed Events, Wynwood Map, The Secret Garden, Minimax and SWARM.

Calling All Artists, Art Lovers and Creative Spirits to the Sabra Art House 12/5/16

Calling All Artists, Art Lovers and Creative Spirits to the Sabra Art House
Saturday, 12/05/2015 – 12/06/2015 01:00 pm – 09:00 pm
Screen-Shot-2015-11-30-at-12.40.45-PMSabra Art House
160 NW 26th Street,
Miami, Florida 33127
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On December 5th & 6th, Sabra Art House will host an immersive installation completed with your help from 1 pm – 9pm. Join Sabra to co-create larger-than-life murals, sidewalk art and mosaic installation set to the sounds of guest DJ Austin Pollis. Bring your creative spirit and sense of adventure!

Photographs of Life Is ArtPlay at Spectrum Miami Artist Reception Party on 12/3/15

Life Is ArtPlay at Spectrum Miami Artist Reception Party on Thursday, December 3, 2015. We watch art come alive during Artplay, as Life Is Art’s specially chosen group of artists create their next masterpiece Inspired by Spectrum’s [EMERGENCE] theme, the artists offered a glimpse into how each piece of art uniquely emerges, giving light to the artist’s creativity and medium.

Participating Artists: Renuka Adhav, Amauri Torezan, Chytea, Irena Gapkovska, Nate Dee, Andres Martinez, Cory Hunter
Emerson Calderon, Kirk Jenkins, Smileymade.

Cocktails Sponsored by Baron Tequila, Russian Standard Vodka and Creativas Branding | Public Relations
Music by DJ Hank Justice

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2nd Annual Soul Basel Brunch 12/6/15

2nd Annual Soul Basel Brunch
Sunday, 12/06/2015 – 11:00 am – 02:00 pm
The Black Archives Historical Lyric Theater Cultural Arts Complex
819 NW 2nd Ave,
Miami, Florida 33136
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Arts and Culture is authentically a part of Historic Overtown’s soul that has a history of contributions from artists like Purvis Young, Gene Tinney, Adonis Parker and others who continue to create energy for the #HistoricOvertown community. Join us along with our esteemed host Kalyn James(WPBT-Art Loft) and key cultural and communnity influencers:

Clarence Woods-Executive Director-Southeast Overtown Park West CRA
Elijah Wells- Founder-Elijah Wells Films
Barron Channer- Co-Chair of PAMM Ambassadors for African-American Art
Andre Williams-Founder-Overtown Media Hub
Emily Gunter- Director of Building Literacy Through Arts & Culture
Partial proceeds to benefit Overtown Children and Youth Coalition

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Artisan Bazaar 11/8/15

Artisan Bazaar
Sunday, 11/08/2015 – 12:30 pm – 04:30 pm
111 NE 1st Street 7th Floor,
Miami, Florida 33132
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Cost: Free

Join The Modern Local and WD/ELL on Sunday November 8th from 12:30 – 4:30 PM at Mindwarehouse for an Artisan Bazaar featuring Maggie Batista of EAT BOUTIQUE as she launches her new Cookbook FOOD GIFT LOVE

Meet Maggie, buy your copy of Food Gift Love, and sign up to watch Maggie create two recipes from the new cookbook!

Enjoy a leisurely Sunday sipping on craft beer, enjoying local food, and perusing various artisan booths.

STUDIOcrawl 11/4/15

Wednesday, 11/04/2015 – 07:00 pm – 10:00 pm
ArtCenter/South Florida
924 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Cost: Free

Join ArtCenter/South Florida and internally renowned artists for an evening of music, artwork, wine, performances, and a farewell to the first group of resident artists under the new residency program.

Found In The River 12/4/15

Found In The River
Friday, 12/04/2015 – 07:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Found-In-the-river-1-4MADE at The Citadel
8325 NE 2nd Avenue,
Miami, Florida 33138
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Cost: donation

Found In The River is a collective of artists, musicians, fashioners, and MADE members representing different components of The Miami River.
This exhibiton takes place at, MADE at The Citadel, a co-working space dedicated to growing the creative community in Miami.
Live Outdoor Mural: Gera & WERC
Film Screening: Coral Morphologic
Performance Art: Brittni Winkler and Carlos Fernandez
Improv Shows: Villain Theater
Interactive workshops, open houses, exhibitions and demos by MADE Members: Common Threads, EMILKA, Dream Defenders, Pepe Loves Books, Susie K. Taylor, ABCSilk, SHAKE 108, REACH Design Co., Calamarie, Share Squared, and TREK6
Featuring over 40 local artists and musicians, experience what Miami residents have been bubbling underneath the surface.

10th Annual Moksha Art Fair “Entheosis” 12/2/15

10th Annual Moksha Art Fair “Entheosis”
Wednesday, 12/02/2015 – 12/06/2015 06:00 pm – 08:00 pm
Delinquent Design Gallery
122 NW 25th Street,
Miami, Florida 33127
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Cost: FREE – $50

Miami’s Moksha Family Arts Collective, produced by visionary and arts patron Ray Orraca, has for more than a decade fostered cultural and artistic expression from their long-standing home base in Little Haiti (the previous location of 7th Circuit Studio). This year, the organization’s annual Moksha Art Fair will largely be held at Delinquent Designs Gallery (122 NW 25th Street, Miami, FL 33127), in the heart of the Wynwood Arts District December 2-6, 2015.

The gallery will feature original works from a bevy of artists, two high-profile lectures by Alex Grey (artist, author, teacher) and Bruce Pavitt (Sub Pop Records), a panel discussion, several showcases and the Main Event Celebration on Saturday, December 5.

Full schedule of events available here:

Mana Contemporary Inaugural Miami Art Fair 12/2/14 – 12/7/14

Mana Contemporary Inaugural Miami Art Fair
mana-12-01-14December 2nd – 7th, 2014
Preview Hours: December 2nd, 5:30pm – 10:00pm (by invitation only)
Public Hours: December 3rd – 6th, 10:00am – 9:00pm
December 7th, 10:00am – 5:00pm
Mana Miami
318 NW 23rd Street
Miami, FL 33127
Free shuttle buses provided to and from Mana Miami, Art Miami, and Art Basel Miami Beach.

Forward-thinking and unique, the inaugural Mana Miami art fair presents a dynamic agenda of exhibitions, conversations, and events organized by Mana Contemporary. Held at Mana’s Wynwood campus, a 140,000-square-foot facility that covers 22 acres, the fair offers collectors a diverse roster of programming that echoes the art organization’s commitment to the creative process.

Mana Miami includes three distinct displays: Mana Monumental, a selection of large-scale works by artists who have a studio in, exhibited at, or are otherwise connected to Mana; GLE at Mana, recent projects from the celebrated screen-printing studio Gary Lichtenstein Editions; and Dirty Geometry, a survey of twenty-three Latin American artists who reject traditional geometric style in favor of a playful, erotic ethos. Daily roundtable discussions, called Mana Sessions, explore themes such as alternative museum pedagogy, the evolution of independent art publications, and social media-driven shifts in aesthetic perception. An exclusive VIP Lounge doubles as a rendezvous for guests to connect with participating artists. Conceived as an alternative to the traditional art fair model, Mana Miami explores the making process of a contemporary art community that is at once relevant, progressive, and profound.

Mana Sessions include:
Wednesday, December 3
3PM: A Dialogue About the Creation of the i feel ya exhibition
Moderator: Andrew Bevan, Style Features Director, Teen Vogue
Paula Wallace, president and co-founder, SCAD
André 3000 Benjamin, artist
Greg Brunkalla, new media director

Thursday, December 4
10AM: Perpetual Syncretism: Rail(s) in Dialogue
Phong Bui, publisher and editor-in-chief, The Brooklyn Rail
Cameron Gainer, artist and publisher, The Third Rail
Nina Johnson-Milewski, publisher and founder, The Miami Rail
2PM: This Is What I’d Tell You If We Were Alone: A View of Alternative Pedagogy
Moderator: Jarrett Earnest, artist and writer, The Brooklyn Rail and SFAQ
Andrea Arrubla, artist and facility manager, Bruce High Quality Foundation University (BHQFU)
Sean J Patrick Carney, comedian and staff member, BHQFU
Joe Kay, artist and events director, BHQFU
Josh Lawson, artist, BHQFU
Friday, December 5
12PM: Dirty Geometry Roundtable
Moderator: Osvaldo Romberg, artist and curator, Dirty Geometry
Cecilia Fajardo-Hill, art historian and curator
Pablo León de la Barra, curator, Latin America, Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative
5PM: 24/7: Formal Strategies for Addressing Perception in a Digital Age
Alex Bacon, curator
Anna-Sophie Berger, artist
Jamian Juliano-Villani, artist
Harrison Tenzer, curator
Torey Thornton, artist

Saturday, December 6
2PM: Identifications: A Discussion About Non-Conformity, Labeling, and Forms of Identity
Presented by: Witches of Bushwick
Moderator: C. Finley, artist
Alli Coates, artist
Hayden Dunham, artist
Abel Macias, artist
James Moore, artist
Signe Pierce, artist
Ilana Savdie, artist

Founded in 2011, Mana Contemporary is a leading arts destination dedicated to celebrating the creative process. Headquartered in Jersey City, it unites artists’ studios, exhibition spaces, and ancillary services in a single location, facilitating conversation and collaboration among its burgeoning creative community. Together with its sister campuses in Chicago and Miami, Mana serves as a lively center for all members of the art world. Visitors receive unparalleled access to all projects occurring within each space’s lively interior, and experience a range of art-making techniques and presentations first-hand. A transparent, comprehensive hub of creativity, Mana offers a profound, personal approach to contemporary art. For more information, visit

Image: Urs Fischer, Fireplace, 2014.

A Portal in Miami 12/1/15

A Portal in Miami
Tuesday, 12/01/2015 – 12/05/2015 09:00 am – 11:00 pm
Miami-Portal-FlierMiami Portal
1671 Collins Avenue,
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
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Cost: 0

Step out of your world through PORTALS, the global public art initiative coming to Miami for Art Basel Miami Beach thanks to the Sagamore Art hotel. You can enter the Portal anytime between 9AM to Midnight and talk to a stranger abroad for up to 20-minutes live, as if in the same room. Those strangers could be in Iran, Mexico, Cuba, Afghanistan, Zimbabwe, or Honduras. Yes, translation is available.

Complimentary Lagunitas Beer Tasting at Smashed Canvas 12/5/15

Complimentary Lagunitas Beer Tasting at Smashed Canvas
Saturday, 12/05/2015 – 12/06/2015 02:00 pm – 02:00 am
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279 NW 28th Street,
Miami, Florida 33127
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Cost: Free

Lagunitas Brewing Co, one of the biggest names in beer, is taking over for a very special Basel 2015 Experience at Smashed Canvas.

Smashed Canvas is an experience no one will want to miss. Smack-dab in the middle of Wynwood, you can find one of the largest independently produced mural installations of Basel along with your perfect getaway; a sweet, little public house featuring craft beer, cocktails and delicious food. Over 30 of the world’s best muralists, including artists such as Brain Butler, Caratoes, D*Face, Jeff Grass and Tatiana Suarez, will be painting the entire block between NW 2nd & 3rd Ave and 28th & 29th street creating the perfect reception to the beautiful Wynwood Art District. Live Entertainemt will be represented by the number of popular bands. Just to name a few: Afrobeta, Wrestlers, Moxie Raia, Denabi and World War 3. The Smashed Canvas is more than an event – it’s an experience.

Along with the complimentary beer tasting upon the RSVP, Smashed Canvas will provide the event space for Secret Walls X Art Basel 2015. Secret Walls (formerly Secret Wars) is the World’s premier live illustration battle. Working in a similar way to Fight Club, Secret Walls battles are set up and promoted through word of mouth & social media.

Bien Conectao Domino Tournament at Prizm Block Party 12/5/15

Bien Conectao Domino Tournament at Prizm Block Party
Saturday, 12/05/2015 – 12/05/2015 12:00 pm – 07:00 pm
7300 Biscayne Blvd,
Miami, Florida 33138

This Miami Art Week, Inez Suen, Brooklyn based art consultant and Bien Conectao teams up with the multidisciplinary and cutting-edge Prizm Art Fair to debut The Bien Conectao Domino Tournament at the Prizm Block Party. All proceeds will benefit future programing at Miami-based Prizm Art Fair, fiscally sponsored by Fractured Atlas.

Bien Conectao is a Brooklyn based collaboration based around the game of Dominoes with a mission to expose people to the game through art and culture. Bien Conectao creates one-of-a-kind tables not only as objects of beauty but also serves as conversation piece for the domino players.

Silk and Steel: Sculptures and Other Works by Blair Martin Cahill 12/2/15 – 12/6/15

Silk and Steel: Sculptures and Other Works by Blair Martin Cahill
Wednesday, 12/02/2015 – 12/06/2015 12:00 pm – 08:00 pm
LOW-RES-1-Sphere-30-by-Blair-Cahill-Detail-ShotSPECTRUM Miami,  Booth 715
1700 NE 2nd Avenue (NE 2nd Ave. at NE 17th St.)
Miami, Florida 33330
Cost: $20.00

California based artist, Blair Martin Cahill exhibits sculptures and other works that present a completely unique art series, from December 2-6, 2015 at SPECTRUM Miami located in the Arts + Entertainment District. Cahill’s work explores the fragile and impermeable through the juxtaposition of dissimilar materials in her work, such as steel and silk, making it clear that strength should not be judged by perception alone. Her new work, which will be debuted at SPECTRUM Miami, is a concise collection of sculptural embroidery with a definite contemporary edge. With Sphere 30, Cahill employs embroidery with vivid sculptural effects — rich blue, greens and silvers permeate delicate silk suspended within a dissected sphere of stainless steel. Suspended over a highly polished base of metal, the sphere appears to glow from within. The center rings of Sphere 30 (48″ W X 80″ L X 45″ H) are some of the largest embroidered areas to ever have been produced. Being shown for the first time, See no Evil, highlights three Japanese ladies embroidered on almost translucent silk in a folding screen of maple and brushed aluminum. The ladies gaze from the screen intently, watching but not passing judgment as they speak, see and hear no evil. Cahill has exhibited extensively this year in the United States and abroad including Apricot Gallery London, UK; Amsterdam International Art Fair; and Governor’s Island Art Fair, New York City; Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, Los Angeles California; Art San Diego, San Diego California.

Opening Preview: Wednesday, Dec. 2 / 6-10pm

Show Hours: Thursday, Dec. 3 / 12pm-8pm; Friday, Dec. 4 / 12pm-8pm; Saturday, Dec. 5 / 12pm-8pm;
Sunday, Dec. 6 / 12pm-5pm

NADA Miami Beach 2015 12/3/15 – 12/6/15

NADA Miami Beach 2015
Opening Preview by Invitation: Thursday, December 3 10AM–2PM
nadaThursday, Dec 3; 2PM–7PM
Friday, Dec 4; 10AM–7PM
Saturday, Dec 5; 10AM–6PM
The Fontainebleau Miami Beach
4441 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33140
Run of Show, $40
Single Day, $20
Student Single Day, $10
Senior Single Day, $10
Purchase Tickets

Each December in Miami, NADA holds a renowned art fair to vigorously pursue our goals of exploring new or underexposed art that is not typical of the “art establishment.” NADA Miami Beach is recognized as a much needed alternative assembly of the world’s youngest and strongest art galleries dealing with emerging contemporary art. It is the only major American art fair to be run by a non-profit organization. The fair is open for both members and non-members of NADA to apply.

For the 13th edition of the fair, NADA Miami Beach remains committed to a selected presentation of exhibitors with this new venture at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach. Centrally located, the transition to an epicenter of activity better serves both NADA’s exhibitors and its audience, and reflects the continued growth of NADA as an international platform for contemporary art.

Proceeds raised from NADA Miami Beach ticket sales will go towards establishing the NADA International Exhibitor Prize, a new initiative to support first-time exhibitors traveling internationally to the fair in 2016.

The Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation (CIFO) presents Intersections (after Lautremont) 9/4/15

The Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation (CIFO) presents “Intersections (after Lautremont)”
Friday, 09/04/2015 – 11/01/2015 10:00 am – 06:00 pm
Screen-Shot-2015-09-03-at-11.29.54-AMCIFO Space
1018 North Miami Avenue,
Miami, Florida 33136
No Link
Cost: Free

The title of the exhibition, Intersections (after Lautréamont) refers to the notion of beauty and how, during each era, art is responsible for reformulating, subverting, and/or proposing alternative ways of understanding beauty. There is no single criterion in the exhibition, opening spaces for tense intersections, armed with both correspondence and friction. Placing the questions raised by the works of this year’s winners through the prism of this new juncture in the city that hosts them, could produce moments of estrangement, disturbing crossroads, poetic collisions. That is already an initial point of convergence, among other possible intersections offered by this exhibition: on one hand, the changes produced in the Miami scene in relation to Latin America; on the other hand, the wide range of concerns that occupy the award-winning artists.

Pulse Contemporary Art Fair 12/1/15 – 12/5/15

Pulse Contemporary Art Fair
Private Preview Brunch (VIP Invitation Only), Tuesday, December 1 1pm – 4pm
Opening Celebration, Tuesday, December 1 4pm – 7pm
pulseWednesday, December 2 10am – 7pm
Thursday, December 3 10am – 7pm
Friday, December 4 10am – 7pm
Saturday, December 5 10am – 5pm
Sunset Celebration, Saturday, December 5 5pm – 7pm
Indian Beach Park
4601 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33140

PULSE Contemporary Art Fair is pleased to announce a full series of
programming and innovative partnerships in honor of its eleventh edition in Miami Beach taking place at Indian Beach Park from Tuesday, December 1 through Saturday, December 5, 2015. PULSE’s programs are inspired by the desire to cultivate a dynamic environment in which visitors can connect and engage with art, performance and current topics in the art market. The programming for each edition of the fair is filtered through the lens of an overarching theme, which for PULSE Miami Beach is Spectacle.

On Tuesday, December 1, PULSE Miami Beach will kick-off Miami Art Week with its signature Private Preview Brunch from 1pm-4pm. The invitation-only event will allow VIP guests of PULSE to enjoy a first-look at exhibitions and special projects. Guests will be invited to experience an interactive augmented reality installation by Amir Baradaran presented by Morgan Stanley and will enjoy refreshments courtesy of FIOL, PULSE’s Official Bubby Sponsor. VIP car service will be available during the Private Preview Brunch, Opening Celebration, and Sunset Celebration to and from Indian Beach Park courtesy of Official Automotive Sponsor Cadillac with a special South Beach pick-up and drop-off point at Shore Club, 1901 Collins Avenue.

Immediately following the Private Preview Brunch, PULSE will officially open to the public at 4pm on December 1 with an Opening Celebration featuring music, performance art and a PERSPECTIVES panel discussion. Hyperallergic, the art world’s trusted resource for critical discourse, partners with PULSE to present PERSPECTIVES talks at PULSE Miami Beach 2015 and at PULSE New York in 2016. Spectacle, Spector and Performance, moderated by Hyperallergic founder and editor-in-chief Hrag Vartanian, will be the first panel in this series bringing PLAY curator Stacy Engman and artists Kalup Linzy, Kate Durbin and Amir Baradaran into conversation. Performance artist Kate Durbin will bring to life an interactive piece entitled Hello Selfie! courtesy of TRANSFER gallery. Celebrated multi-disciplinary artist and recent New York Foundation of the Arts fellowship awardee Kalup Linzy will also debut Season 2 of his satirical art industry soap opera, As the Art World Might Turn. The evening will culminate with Linzy performing as Kaye, a singer and video artist who soul searches and simultaneously creates work about love, relationships, and family.

PULSE will celebrate Miami on Saturday, December 5 with a day dedicated to the city’s cultural richness. Miami- Dade residents will receive complimentary access to PULSE Miami Beach upon presentation of a valid ID between 10am and 5pm that day. The Sunset Celebration, which begins at 5pm, will feature Future Visions of Miami, an insightful PERSPECTIVES talk focused on the Miami art scene with in-depth conversations between prominent local art-world insiders, and a performance presented by the Knight Foundation.

PLAY, the fair’s platform for video and new media art, will be curated by New York-based independent curator Stacy Engman and will debut on Tumblr on Monday, November 30 with a dedicated screening area at the fair. Programming partner, Target Too, will offer visitors a place where products come to play and come to life. Introduced in New York City in March 2015, Target Too takes items sold at Target and combines them in inventive, unexpected ways. PULSE attendees will have the opportunity to experience installations from the original unveiling, as well as several new pieces built specifically for Miami Art Week.

Starting November 24, Artsy will launch PULSE Miami Beach 2015 online via and the apps for iPhone and iPad and will offer the opportunity to browse exhibitor booths, read exclusive editorial content, and make direct sales inquiries on works before the fair opens.

Photographs of Dwntwn Arts Fair 9/12/15 – 9/13/15

On September 12th and 13th, 2015 Life Is Art in partnership with Buskerfest, YO Miami, Kondoit, Indiegals, Celebrate Diversity Miami, Eat Your Poem, and Elwoods GastroPub brought an arts street party to downtown Miami, the DWNTWN Arts Fair, Part of DWNTWN ART DAYS, Located along NE 3rd Avenue between NE 1st and 2nd Street, this free, family friendly show, the DWNTWN Arts Fair was a family-friendly street fest filled with art, music, crafts, and performance with the goal to foster the growth of all the different artistic elements that make up our city’s culture.

Event highlights included an art exhibition of local artists curated by Life Is Art, live music and performances organized by Buskerfest, local urban artists and live painting showcase by YOMiami & Kondoit, photo-voice activities by Celebrate Diversity Miami, social-issues brainstorming meal with FoodSpark: Miami, pop-up Artisanal Tienda of arts & handcrafted works by Indiegals, and a pop-Up Poetry Station with Eat Your Poem.

Music performances by Christ Fellowship, GPS Trio, Funky Serve Bots, Gypsy Cat, The Bows and Ties, Celestial and Liam O’Brien, and Pocket of Lollipops.

Visual artists: Geno Jaramillo, Virginia Hanley, Chris Costa, Glenda Ramos, Amanda Madrigal, Jovan Karlo Villalba, Kristen D Borrego, Midalia Rosales, Nancy Campos, Star Trauth, Gary Fonseca, Christovedo Art, Jackie Colome, GusColors, Mohammed, Arboleya-Moreno Art, Ana Rossi, Rei Ramirez (live painting), Teepop (live painting), Jessica Schnur (display), Claudia Labianca (live painting), Surge

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Kreemart and CIFO Presents Alexandre Arrechea “More Beautiful than Silence” 12/3/15

Kreemart and CIFO Presents Alexandre Arrechea “More Beautiful than Silence”
Thursday, 12/03/2015 – 09:00 am – 04:00 pm
1018 N Miami Ave,
Miami, Florida 33136
No Link
Cost: Free

Kreemart presents Alexandre Arrechea at CIFO Miami Art Basel 2015. In collaboration, Kreemart and Arrechea are exploring a series of written word sentences translating into sounds that one might encounter in daily life provoking a sense of nostalgia.

Sounds that one may or may have not actually experienced are being brought as a challenge and in order to encounter this experience, we invite our audience to break free from contained boxes. This may be seen as a liberation of contained memories or dream like states that reside in the psyche. Once unleashed, can written word provoke the imagination enough for someone to actually experience sound through silence?

These sentences are phrases that are meant to arouse or keep our curiosity. The act of hitting with a hammer reveals another blow, another friction and echoing each sentence that runs in our memory as a sound.

The boxes containing each sound are made of sugar. Our audience may taste the fondant or just let it go it go on the floor. The exploration is abstraction of taste through sound. The taste here is not be the central experience but the abstraction of it.

ARTundressed 2016 Creative Nude Art Festival 5/19/16 – 5/21/16

ARTundressed 2016 Creative Nude Art Festival
Thursday, 05/19/2016 – 05/21/2016 06:00 pm – 12:00 am
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9801 NW 7th Avenue,
Miami, Florida 33150
Cost: Check website

South Florida’s Sexiest Art Exhibition returns in 2016

Explore the fiery sensuality of the human form at ARTundressed – A Creative Nude Art Festival. Featuring works from emerging and established artists from around the world, the festival is part entertainment and part exhibition: a carefully curated showcase of truly creative, truly original, and truly erotic artwork, and a multi-day extravaganza with live music, performances, interactive workshops and activities; celebrating the human body and spirit in its most innate state. ARTundressed enables art collectors, enthusiasts, as well as the general public to discover artistic talent in both visual and performance aspects of the nude art genre.

This year, ARTundressed 2016 will take place at two locations:

This year, ARTundressed 2016 will take place at two locations:

• Thur. May 19th, 8pm – Midnight — The Opening Reception at R HOUSE (2727 NW 2nd Avenue, Wynwood, FL), welcomes participating artists, performers, contributors, staff and the public to mingle and enjoy a great night of reprised nude art, plus entertainment by some of South Florida’s finest burlesque dancers and sketch artists.

• Fri. May 20, 6pm – Midnight & Sat. May 21, 4pm – 10pm –– The Main Event is at EMINENT DOMAIN – (9801 NW 7th Ave., N. Miami, FL). Expect to experience something different each day with multiple themes covering Burlesque and Circus acts, and Fetish Performances. Get ready to join in the interactive activities and various workshops that are designed to engage the attending guests and convert them from observers to participants.

Event Highlights:
• Art Exhibition showcasing over 200 exceptional curated art pieces
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• An impressive collection of creative erogenous artworks hardly seen
• More than 60 participating artists are planning to attend the Exhibition
• Participation and art installations by local and international artists, performers
• Live shows and performances; Live music, deejays; Chic Provocative Fashion
• Fetish Fashion Show by Von Guttenberg Magazine
• Theatrical and Choreographed performances by CircX
• Cine Noir – Showing a collection of Erogenous Short Films, Videos, and Animation
• Live Art Workshops and Interactive Community Art Wall for guests participation
• Art contests for Body Painting; Live Drawing and Photoshoot Sessions
• Catering Services offering appetizing food, beverages, and cocktails
• The Closing Party: “the GOOD, the BAD, and the NAUGHTY” (Saturday night)

We are looking for Volunteers and Performers… If interested, sign up on the website:

PLEASE NOTE: All Press/Media personnel must apply for accreditation and acquire proper Press Passes for coverage of the ARTundressed ’16 Creative Nude Art Festival. Info and Registration Forms for ‘Press Pass Request’ can be found in the |PARTICIPATE| menu at the top section of the event site.

Scope Miami Beach 2015 12/1/15 – 12/6/15

Scope Miami Beach
Platinum First View, Hosted by VICTOR Private Jet Charters, Invitation or Platinum VIP card for entry, Tue | Dec 1 | 12:00PM – 4:00PM
VIP | Press Preview, VIP card holders and Press only, Tue | Dec 1 | 4:00PM – 8:00PM
scopeWed | Dec 2 | 11:00AM – 8:00PM
Thu | Dec 3 | 11:00AM – 8:00PM
Fri | Dec 4 | 11:00AM – 8:00PM
Sat | Dec 5 | 11:00AM – 8:00PM
Sun | Dec 6 | 11:00AM – 8:00PM
801 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Free for VIP cardholders
Platinum First View | Tue | $150
General VIP & Press | Tue | $100
Public | Wed – Sun | $35
Student | Wed – Sun | $25

The SCOPE Miami Beach Pavilion will once again be situated on the sands of historic Ocean Drive, featuring a monumental entrance Atrium designed by Leeser Architecture. Celebrating its 15th anniversary edition, SCOPE will welcome 118 International Exhibitors from 22 countries and 57 cities. With many well-established galleries upgrading to larger booths, SCOPE Miami Beach will debut a more spacious pavilion to showcase a robust VIP program featuring three curated sections: Juxtapoz Presents, the Breeder Program, and FEATURE.

SCOPE Miami Beach opens on Tuesday, December 1, with its exclusive Platinum First View from 12 – 4pm followed by the VIP & Press First View 4 – 8pm. SCOPE will open to the general public December 2 – 5, 2015.

VH1, SCOPEÂ’s longtime media partner, will host a reception to close out Opening Day from 8-9pm in the SCOPE Atrium. SCOPE VIP cardholders and registered press are welcome to attend, entry based on capacity.

Event highlights include: The Platinum First View Brunch, on Tuesday, December 1, 12-4PM: Featuring complimentary cocktails and light fare. This event is free for Platinum VIP cardholders, by invitation, or $150 ticket at the door. Also on Tuesday, December 1, SCOPE welcomes registered Press and VIP cardholders to our Preview reception, with complimentary cocktails from 4 – 8PM.

Also on the calendar is the SCOPE Official Party, presented by BMI at Nikki Beach, on Friday, December 4, 8PM-12AM, featuring a live music performance from Mack Wilds and LilÂ’ Dicky. This event is by invitation and confirmed RSVP only.

With over 75 art shows spanning more than 15 years, SCOPE is the largest and most global art fair in the world, celebrated as the premier showcase for international emerging contemporary art and multi-disciplinary creative programming. Renowned for its uncanny ability to forecast new visual trends that are embraced globally, SCOPE Art Shows in Miami, Basel, New York, London and the Hamptons have garnered extensive critical acclaim, with sales of over 1 billion and attendance of over 1.2 million visitors.

Celebrating its 15th anniversary edition in Miami and its third consecutive year on the sands of Miami Beach, SCOPE attracts 45,000 visitors over the course of 6 days. With an emphasis on activating the careers of emerging artists, attendees to SCOPE are seasoned tastemakers looking for new discovery. Our audience is a diverse crowd of stylish innovators, all of whom define our cultural landscape across a variety of creative disciplines.

SCOPE taps into the cultural psyche to present only the most pioneering work across multiple creative disciplines. With over a decade of critically acclaimed art fairs and non-profit initiatives that extend beyond the ordinary in contemporary art.

Satellite Miami Beach 12/1/15 – 12/6/15

Satellite Miami Beach
Press Preview & Vernisage, Tuesday, December 1, 2015 – 4:00pm to 10:00pm
Wednesday, December 2, 2015 – 12:00pm to 9:00pm
Thursday, December 3, 2015 – 12:00pm to 10:00pm
Friday, December 4, 2015 – 12:00pm to 10:00pm
Saturday, December 5, 2015 – 12:00pm to 10:00pm
Sunday, December 6, 2015 – 12:00pm to 6:00pm
pharmacy1Exhibition Locations
Ocean Terrace Hotel
7410 Ocean Terrace
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Surf Med Pharmacy
7430 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL

The Parking Garage
6625 Indian Creek Drive
Miami Beach, FL

North Beach Bandshell
7275 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL

The Deauville Hotel
6701 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL

Ocean Terrace Hotel
Tiger Strikes Asteroid is pleased to announce its Satellite Art Show programing, that will focus entirely on the “artist-run space”, a thriving alternate model of support, exchange, and community to the established commercial market. From collectives with permanent spaces to one-person pop-up curatorial nomads, Tiger Strikes Asteroid will bring together an international representation of nearly 40 of these initiatives in our repurposed hotel. Each room will feature a different installation/environment by one of these groups.

Surf Med Pharmacy
Exhibition: Dimoda
Satellite is pleased to announce Transfers installation of DiMoDA – ‘The Digital Museum of Digital Art’ in conjunction with The Wrong New Media Biennale.
DiMoDA is a preeminent virtual institution and a virtual reality exhibition platform dedicated to the distribution and promotion of New Media Art. For it’s debut, DiMoDA will be presenting works by Jacolby Satterwhite (NY), Claudia Hart (NY/CHICAGO), Tim Berresheim (DE) and a project by Aquanet 2001 (Salvador Loza and Gibran Morgado) from Mexico City.

Design Miami/ 2015 12/1/15 – 12/6/15

Design Miami/ 2015
Preview Day By Invitation only/ December 1, 2015, Collectors Preview/ 12-6pm, Vernissage/ 6-8pm
designmiamiDecember 2-3/ 10am-8pm
December 4/ 11am-8pm
December 5/ 12-8pm
December 6/ 12-6pm
Meridian Avenue & 19th Street
Adjacent to the Miami Beach Convention Center
Miami Beach, USA

Design Miami/ expands geographic and creative horizons for 2015 edition. Design Miami/ welcomes first-time galleries from São Paulo, Rome, London, New York, Brussels and Beijing. Annual pavilion commission awarded to student team from Harvard University Graduate School of Design Fair’s engagement with graphic arts continues with 2015 fair identity from French illustrator Pierre Le-Tan.

his December 2-6, the ongoing evolution of Design Miami/ will see a number of exciting ‘firsts’ for the fair alongside the maturation of its core relationships and initiatives.

The abiding strength of interest in design from Brazil is marked by the inaugural participation of Firma Casa from São Paulo. Design Miami’s dedication to supporting young and emerging design talent takes a new turn as the fair partners with Harvard University Graduate School of Design (Harvard GSD) on a unique pavilion commission. Following the attention garnered by the dedicated watch satellites at Design Miami/ Basel this summer, the December 2015 fair will for the first time host a horological exhibitor in the gallery program. The joie de vivre associated with the fair’s graphic identity in recent editions will be given fresh verve by the celebrated French illustrator Pierre Le-Tan. The Design Curio program for special projects that challenge and contextualize collectible design will return for its second Miami edition.

This December sees a number of new galleries joining Design Miami’s impressive roster of exhibitors. Firma Casa, São Paulo will show a new series of works by the Campana Brothers; Galerie Philippe Gravier, Paris, specialist in architecture, will show two monumental pavilions by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma; cutting edge and experimental contemporary design from Gallery ALL of Beijing, which exhibited in 2014 as a Design Curio; the rare watch dealership Le Collection’Heure, Brussels; collectible contemporary works from PHOS ART + DESIGN (formerly Sarah Myerscough), London; and Secondome, Rome, a dynamic project space that commissions hand-crafted editions from an international list of designers.

UNBUILT: Design Miami/ Harvard GSD Pavilion
Following a school-wide competition in which over 100 students from 32 student teams participated, a judging panel comprising both Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD) faculty and representatives of Design Miami/ selected the winning concept. This commission represents the first time Design Miami/ collaborates with a school and the very first design competition organized by the fair.

The chosen project was developed by a team of five students enrolled in the Harvard GSD Master in Architecture program: Joanne Cheung, Jenny Shen, Steven Meyer, Doug Harsevoort, and Yiliu Shen-Burke. As the name would suggest, UNBUILT is a celebration of unrealized design projects that will be realized as 3D foam models, which will form the pavilion’s canopy. The unmade designs that compose the pavilion are being collected from across the Harvard GSD community, and information on each will be accessible via an app developed by the digital design firm Modelo.

Craig Robins, Founder of Design Miami/, states “It is a privilege to partner with Harvard GSD, one of the most amazing sources of creative thinking in the world of design. We are excited to see the students’ vision realized at Design Miami/ – a platform that has always been committed to presenting the work of emerging talent alongside material by established and historic designers.”

Placed at the entrance to Design Miami/, UNBUILT will offer secluded and sociable seating areas; zones of greater or lesser canopy cover to shield visitors from sun or rain; and integrated lighting to create an intriguing and atmospheric night time environment.

Pierre Le-Tan’s Miami/
Design Miami/ has commissioned Parisian illustrator Pierre Le-Tan to create a portfolio of sketches inspired by the fair’s home city. Le-Tan, known for his evocative New Yorker covers, and for delicately colored, crosshatched drawings for magazines including Vogue, Tatler and The World of Interiors, has produced a vision of Miami in his signature whimsical style. The illustrator’s interpretation is peopled with bathing beauties, flamingos and fearsome aquatic creatures set against a backdrop of Art Deco hotels and Key lime pies. The sketches will not only provide the graphic identity for this year’s fair, but will also form the inspiration for a capsule collection produced in collaboration with J.Crew. The collection will be available to purchase on site at the Design Miami/ fair and at select J.Crew stores in Miami, New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris and Hong Kong.

Awards, Events and Collaborations/
This year’s fair will see the second edition of the Design Visionary Award, celebrating an exceptional individual or group that has supported, promoted or extended design practice or connoisseurship. The laureate of the award is recognized as having a continued and tangible impact on the design world and will be announced at a special event on September 29th.

This December will also see the return of the Design Curio program: a platform for immersive and surprising installations from the design world’s outer edges. Showcasing everything from handcrafts to cutting edge technology, contemporary conceptual design to historical phenomena, these contemporary ‘cabinets of curiosities’ are interspersed among the gallery booths throughout the fair.

Design Miami/ 2015 will host the ever-popular and dynamic Design Talks series, presented by the Surf Club and will play host to design installations by long-term partners Audi, Swarovski, Fendi and Perrier-Jouët.

Art and Environment Conversation At The Miami River Art Fair 12/6/14

Art and Environment Conversation At The Miami River Art Fair
Saturday, 12/06/2014 – 04:00 pm – 06:00 pm
insj-invitacion-26James L Knight Center
400 SE 2nd Avenue,
Miami, Florida 33131
Cost: Free

INSJ will be hosting a Art + Environment: An Interview with Ruben Santurian and Nina Torres; with art critic, Adriana Herrera. The conversation will be a reflection on the relationship between art, social communication and the ecological interaction that links human beings, their means of production, creativity and the environment as a whole.

R.S.V.P. Cocktail Skinnies “Skinny Bar” At HIVE Art Village 12/2/15, 12/3/15, 12/4/15, 12/5/15, 12/6/15

R.S.V.P. Cocktail Skinnies “Skinny Bar” At HIVE Art Village
Wednesday, 12/02/2015 – 12/06/2015 04:00 pm – 12:00 am
Hive-4x6MANA Wynwood
2250 NW 2nd Ave.,
Miami, Florida 33127
Cost: FREE

FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC the HIVE Art Village in Wynwood (2250 NW 2nd Ave) will be taking place December 2nd-6th and R.S.V.P. Cocktail Skinnies,the brand new Zero Calorie, Zero Sugar, Cocktail Mixer will be serving up free cocktail samples at their own “Skinny Bar” from Dec 2nd-6th. It’s the holiday season and who doesn’t want to get their “Art Boozel” on while sipping a low calorie cocktail!! And of course R.S.V.P. will also have a photo booth available at the bar so guests can make the memories (or lack lack there of) last longer!

“At Home with Art” – Fine Art for the Home plus NEW Urban ArtSpace 9/4/15 – 9/8/15

“At Home with Art” – Fine Art for the Home plus NEW Urban ArtSpace
Friday, 09/04/2015 – 09/08/2015 06:00 pm – 10:30 am
AtHomewithArt-LogoMiami Beach Convention Center
1901 Convention Center Dr.,
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Webpage Link
Cost: Regular Price $10 adults, $1.00 children under 11. Special advance discount of $7 for adults with online ticket purchases before September 3, 2015.

Miami Home Design and Remodeling Show fine art showcase featuring the works of 20+ Miami artists: (1) Four curated art spaces combining two and three dimensional original art by emerging and mid-career artists; (2) Viernes Culturales presents an exhibit of art from the Little Havana Art District; (3) and launch of Urban ArtSpace — Some of Miami’s most popular graffiti artists will collaborate on a live painting performance. Creativity unfolds throughout the weekend on a large, “wall” size canvas that will be donated to an Aspira of Florida school. Plus, Street art vs. Fine Art? Totally different or somehow the same? Join a panel of professional artists, gallerists, interior designers, and visual art journalists who will give insight to how, and how much to invest in art along with some friendly rivalry among artists and professionals from both sides of the spectrum. Exhibit sponsored by AroundTown Arts and Culture Magazine and the Art|Experience. Check website for times and dates

Conception Art Fair 12/4/15 – 12/6/15

Conception Art Fair
Friday, 12/04/2015 – 12/06/2015 12:00 pm – 12:00 am
Conception Art Fair
560 NW 29th st,
Miami, Florida 33227
Cost: Free

The first Contemporary Art Fair owned exclusively by women. Featuring over 20 galleries, collectives and artists with a focus on art by minorities for social or political change.

Highlights include:

t.Rutt Trump bus installation – Donald Trumps former campaign bus turned conceptual art exhibit on display in the courtyard.

Swoon Solo booth.

Artist talks, live mural painting, DJ and live music. Open bar.

Five Leading Architects From Ethiopia Discuss How Their Work Is Driving Change In The Horn Of Africa 8/26/16

Five Leading Architects From Ethiopia Discuss How Their Work Is Driving Change In The Horn Of Africa
Friday, 08/26/2016 – 06:00 pm – 09:00 pm
ethiopia-slider-AIAMiami Center for Architecture & Design (MCAD)
100 NE 1st Avenue,
Miami, Florida 33132
RSVP / Register
Cost: Free

The Miami Center for Architecture & Design (MCAD) is hosting Ethiopia Now!, a discussion on contemporary architecture in Africa for the premier of After the Millennium: Contemporary Architecture in Ethiopia, an exhibition featuring 26 projects by 19 designers in the past decade.

The open discussion is free and and includes architects, designers, and academics who will be featured in the show. Curated by David Rifkind from FIU, Dawit Benti and Jürgen Strohmayer, the discussion highlights five architects whose work will be featured in the exhibition.

-Open Discussion, Miami Center for Architecture and Design, August 26th 6-9pm, Free
-Exhibit Open August 26th- November 15th

Prizm Art Fair 2015 12/1/15 – 12/13/15

Prizm Art Fair 2015
Opening Reception, By Invitation, Tuesday December 1st 7pm – 10pm, 7 Pm – 10 Pm
Prizm Panels, Saturday December 5th 12pm – 5:30pm
Prizm Block Party, Saturday December 5th 12pm – 7:00pm
prizm10 Am – 5pm Weekdays
12 Pm – 5pm Weekend
7300 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, FL 33138

PRIZM is the producer of a cutting-edge art fair that is multidisciplinary in scope. Our goal is to expand the spectrum of international artists from the African Diaspora and emerging markets at one of the most prestigious art festivals in the world.

Our mission is to promote the work of artists of color, who reflect global trends in contemporary art, through a blockbuster exhibit held during Art Basel/Miami. Workshops and special events will be organized throughout the year to advance the careers of local and regional artists. We are committed to the Miami cultural community and will work to expand its visual arts landscape, nurture and educate its constituents and provide forums for cross cultural exchange.

In 2014, Prizm will exhibit a dynamic group or contemporary artists during Art Basel/Miami at the Miami Center for Architecture and Design. Salient works will be presented that highlight the diversity evident in contemporary visual art practices today, including painting sculpture and mixed media installations.

Additionally, PRIZM will feature the work of emerging Miami-based artists of African descent, such as T. Eliot, and Asser Saint Val. These artists redefine their world and bring into focus socio-political and cultural issues pertinent to the people of African descent in Miami and beyond. The select artists are actively engaged in perpetuating Miami’s growth as a cultural hub.

Opening Reception
Join Prizm To For An Evening Of Cocktails With Our Exhibiting Artists To Mark The Beginning Miami Art Week.

Prizm Panels Presented By The Green Family Foundation & Fiu African & African Diaspora Studies At The Steven J. Green School Of International And Public Affairs
Prizm hosts Prizm panels; a series of conversations & film screenings presented by leading thinkers and practitioners in contemporary African and African diaspora art. Panelists will include Kebona Mercer, Professor of Art and African American Studies at Yale University, contemporary visual artist, Jefferson Pinder, Charlotte Mouquin Voznesenskaya & Oshun Layne of Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation, and others more.

12:00 PM – 12:30PM Serendipity a conceptual film by Awol Erizku
1:00 PM – 2:30pm Prizm Panel Talk with Prof. Kobena Mercer moderated by Prof. Patricia Saunders
Prof. Mercer will discuss his new book, Travel & See, in which he presents a diasporic model of criticism that pays close attention to the aesthetic strategies in contemporary Black diaspora art. He also traces the shifting political and cultural contexts in which black visual art circulates over the last 35 years.
2:45 PM – 3:15PM Film Screening Papa Machete A Third Horizon Film
More than two hundred years ago, the slaves of Haiti defeated Napoleon’s armies in the historic revolutions that took place between 1791-1804. One of their weapons was the very tool they used to work the land, the machete. Papa Machete explores the esoteric martial art that evolved during the slave revolts through the practice and life of a farmer named Alfred Avril. The short film documents his proud devotion to his heritage in the face of bitter poverty, and his efforts to keep this mysterious art alive.
3:30 Pm – 4:15 Pm Prizm Panel Talk With Contemporary Visual Artist Jefferson Pinder
4:30 Pm – 5:30 Pm Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation talks about their work in Brooklyn and how they’re using the arts to educate.

Prizm Block Party
With Sonic Sounds From King Britt. Prizm Will Also Host A Basel Domino Tournament.
12 pm – 7 pm
A break from Miami Art Week, Prizm hosts a mid-day social. Join us with our co-hosts rush philanthropic arts foundation for cocktails, music, light bites and networking with friends in art. King Britt will provide the righteous beats for the day. At 5:30 PM, contemporary artist, Jefferson Pinder, will present his performance piece Dark Matter(s) reaching Lionz of Zion. Jefferson Pinder has created a morality play of sorts in which there is entanglement of music, athleticism and power. Slightly didactic, partly formal and consistently explosive, these break dancers will be lying their bodies On-The-Line to produce a dynamic performance that frighteningly brings rioting and B-Boy battles to contemporary art.

Art Africa Miami Arts Fair Set To Weave Art and Culture Into The Fabric Of The #HistoricOvertown Cultural Movement 12/3/14

Art Africa Miami Arts Fair Set To Weave Art and Culture Into The Fabric Of The #HistoricOvertown Cultural Movement
Wednesday, 12/03/2014 – 07:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Opening-Night-ReceptionAAMAFCarver Building
801 NW 3rd Ave,
Miami, Florida 33136
More Info Link
Cost: Free

Art Africa Miami Arts Fair(AAMAF)-Contemporary Art Fair-Celebrating Creative Expressions of underground, emerging and established artists whose artwork promises to engage and inspire the diverse audiences in town for Art Basel 2014
Dates of AAMAF -December 3-7, 2014
Produced by :The Urban Collective
Sponsored by: City of Miami Commissioner Keon Hardemon & Southeast Parkwest Overtown Community Redevelopment Agency
Schedule of Events, please visit

Art Africa Miami Arts Fair Set To Weave Art and Culture Into The Fabric Of The #HistoricOvertown Cultural Movement

#HistoricOvertownSoulBasel Is The Cultural Epicenter of Cultural Influence For Arts, Culture and Music

Miami, Fl-November 18, 2014-The Urban Collective continues to invigorate the cultural landscape of the Historic Overtown community with the anticipation of this year’s 2014 Art Africa Miami Arts Fair(AAMAF), taking place December 3-7, 2014 at 801 NW 3rd Ave, Miami, Fl 33136. The AAMAF remains relevant in its 4th year, and continues to push boundaries, leading the way for innovation, creativity and inclusion of some of the top art artist influencers of the African and Caribbean Diaspora. The Art Africa Arts Fair  is funded by the Southeast Overtown/ Park West Community Redevelopment Agency This year’s fair falls under the marketing campaign and moniker of #HistoricOvertownSoulBasel and was orchestrated by The Urban Collective’s CEO, Neil Hall, as a collaborative partnership between the City of Miami Commissioner Keon Hardemon, Southeast Overtown Parkwest Community Redevelopment Agency and the Black Archives of art cultural offerings throughout Overtown during Art Basel in December. #HistoricOvertownSoulBasel celebrates Overtown’s music, art and cultural vibe. The Urban Collective is a social conscious design, art and culture lifestyle brand created to inform, inspire and engage underserved communities in the power of the arts to transform their environment.

In 2011, visionary, architect and creator of AAMAF, Neil Hall launched the inaugural AAMAF that showcased engaging and thought provoking art that served a continuum of the Black, Caribbean, social, political, hip hop artistic strand that spoke to the Black presence missing from the Art Basel script. The AAMAF narrative has ignited a spark in the urban art community resulting in the creation of art fairs like Prizm, Kroma, Fusion Mia, Global Caribbean and Multitudes added to this cultural revolution. The wave of celebrations continues with the appointment of Babacar M’Bow as the Director of MOCA North Miami and also the Greater Miami Convention and Visitor’s Bureau’s Cultural Department’s marketing campaign Art of Black Miami. This years location for AAMAF was make possible by a partnership with the Mt. Zion Developments, Incorporated.

“This year’s effort continues to sustain the dynamic discourse of the AAMAF narrative and artistic strands of Black and Caribbean culture revolution”, boldly stated by cultural influencer, Neil Hall.

“Art, music, dance, and culture once reflected the vibrancy of the Overtown community. The Art Africa Arts Fair assists Historic Overtown in highlighting such a rich history while ensuring it participates in the blossoming of a new era of excellence,” stated by District 5, City of Miami Commissioner Keon Hardemon.
“All across the country, art has been a catalyst for the rebirth of communities that have been disinvested,” said Clarence Woods, SEOPW CRA Executive Director “ We see Art Africa as one of the sparks that will help to light the flames of economic prosperity here in Overtown.

AAMAF opens Wednesday, December 3, 2014 with a reception from 7pm-10pm,immediately following the opening night of #HistoricOvertownSoulBasel: A Celebration of Art, Music that will showcase the works of the late Overtown artist Purvis Young at the Lyric Theatre. The AAMAF gallery opens daily from 11am-7pm.

Other cultural offerings during the fair include a live mural being curated by Kyle Holbrook, CEO of Moving Lives of Kids Community Mural Project; artist’s talks produced by Caribbean-American intellectual, Dr. Carol Boyce Davies and Soul Basel Brunch and Conversation.

Media inquiries and interviews please call Harris Public Relations at 786.897.8854 or email:

About The Urban Collective

The Urban Collective is a social conscious design, art and culture lifestyle brand created to inform, inspire and engage underserved communities in the power of the arts to transform their environment. Our brand emerged as one of the new urban lifestyle boutiques located in Miami’s Midtown on N. Miami Ave in 2004 and continues to support the work of these artisans through our partnership and collaboration with a number of non-profit organizations including Global Partners for Development, Aid to Artisans, League of Artisans and NEST, which is dedicated to changing the lives of women artisans by giving them small loans to build and maintain art or craft-based businesses. We proudly support the work of artisans who design, fabricate and offer our patrons a collection of beautiful products that marries the raw authenticity of African craftsmanship with the sleekness of modernity.

ArtPalmBeach 2016 1/20/16, 1/21/16, 1/22/16, 1/23/16, 1/24/16

ArtPalmBeach 2016
Wednesday, 01/20/2016 – 01/24/2016 12:00 pm – 07:00 pm
Palm Beach County Convention Center
650 Okeechobee Boulevard,
West Palm Beach, Florida 33401
Webpage Link

ArtPalmBeach celebrates its 19th anniversary at the Palm Beach County Convention
Center from January 20-24, 2016 with a preview evening January 20th. ArtPalmBeach
is considered one of the most infuential contemporary art fairs on Florida’s Gold Coast
by both critics and art enthusiasts. Over 80 international galleries will be exhibiting contemporary
and emerging artists. Organized by Lee Ann and David Lester, principals of
IFAE LLC a Miami based international art fair company established in 1989, founders of
Art Miami, ArtPalmBeach, American International Fine Art Fair
All forms of modern,
contemporary and
emerging art
Lee Ann Lester
+1 239 272 6716

At Home with Art – Spotlight on Miami’s Art Districts at the Miami Home Design and Remodeling Show 3/27/15 – 3/30/15

At Home with Art – Spotlight on Miami’s Art Districts at the Miami Home Design and Remodeling Show
Friday, 03/27/2015 – 03/30/2015 04:00 pm – 10:30 pm
atHomeWithArt-art-02Miami Beach Convention Center
1901 Convention Center Dr.,
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Webpage Link
Cost: $1.00 12 & under; $7.00 +12

The 2015 Miami Home Design and Remodeling Show places the spotlight on 20+ well-established Miami artists and vibrant art districts. Show goers can meet the artists and see their work, as well as experience 7 curated art district exhibits in one large exhibition area. This feature connects the art and interior design professionals with the consumer to help them make South Florida fine art a part of their home and office design. Art district representatives will also be on hand with information about art walks, museums, galleries and openings, plus cultural events.

The 2015 Miami Art District Ambassadors:

North Miami by artists from The Fountainhead Studios – Paolo Ambu, Marco Beria, and Carla Fache; Wynwood Art District –Sandra Garcia-Pardo (ArtLink Gallery), David Gary Lloyd, and Tina Salvesen (Bakehouse Art Complex); Miami Beach – Emanuele Viscuso; Miami Downtown Arts District (MDAD) – Benedicte Blanc-Fontenille (McCormick Place); Adriana Carvalho (Artisan Lounge); Rafael Consuegra (MDAD), Cesar Rey (Aluna Art Foundation) and curated by David Zalben (Pink Bastard); Little Havana/Viernes Culturales – Agustin Gainza, Santos Mendez and Katey Penner (Futurama); Bird Road Art District – Jane Harris, Sandy Levy, MANO, Miguel Rodez, and Gabriel Saldivia (White’s Art Gallery); and South Miami – Klara Chavarria of Coral Gables, and Gerry Stecca, resident artist at Deering Estate.


March 27-30, 2015
Friday 4:00 pm -10:30 pm
Saturday 12:00 pm -10:30 pm
Sunday 12:00 pm -7:30 pm
Monday 6:00 pm -10:30 pm

PINTA Miami 12/3/15 – 12/6/15

Sunday, 12/03/2015 – 12/06/2015 11:00 am – 08:00 pm
PINTA-Miami_image-for-Herald-01MANA Wynwood
318 NW 23 Street,
Miami, Florida 33127
Cost: $20

PINTA Miami is the only curated boutique art fair with a specific geographic focus that looks to be an international platform for Ibero-american art identities and issues. The fair will showcase the best of abstract, concrete, neo-concrete, kinetic and conceptual art movements.

PINTA Miami fosters cultural collaborations through five different sections:
• PINTA Contemporary by a curatorial committee.
• PINTA Modern by Osbel Suarez.
• PINTA Photography by José Antonio Navarrete and Rodrigo Alonso.
• PINTA Drawing by Roc Laseca
• PINTA Project – Time Sensitive by Jesus Fuenmayor

This year, PINTA Miami will welcome over 50 of the most prestigious art galleries from Latin America, Spain, and Portugal in addition to a series of conferences and conversations known as PINTA Forum and curated by Roc Laseca. The venue will also be hosting and collaborating with the Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation, the Miami Symphony Orchestra and Tiroche DeLeon Collection, among others.