Art Week Miami | Fairs that gather the best of contemporary art

The famous art week in Miami keeps its position in the American scene, bringing about 1200 art galleries from all over the world. An amazing chance to purchase all most fascinating pieces of last years

In Miami, United Stated, in December well be celebrated the contemporary art fair filled with the best exhibitors, gallerists, artists, street performances and all kind of free and paid artistic manifestations in this cultural festival typical of the city

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We leave below basic information of some of the neuralgic meetings of Art Week Miami 2018:

Art Basel

The 18th edition of the expected Art Basel Miami Beach fair will take place between 5 (opening) and 9 December at the new and modern Miami Beach Convention Center and will be a meeting place for 293 galleries, with works close to of 4,000 artists from five continents with the highlights of the world art market, both modern and contemporary.

The Galleries section will exhibit contemporary works of the 20th and 21st centuries in various formats, such as painting, drawing, sculpture, installation, printmaking, photography, film, video and digital art, which will be sold at various prices, and with authorizations from established artists to young people emerging

It is worth noting the presence of Latin America, where Brazil and Mexico will be the leading Latin American countries in this meeting.

Art Miami + Art Miami Context

From Tuesday 4 December to Sunday 9 December. This fair that includes more than 10 activities, brings with it different gallery and exhibitions of the world art scene. One of the venues will be the JW Marriott Marquis Miami and Beaux Arts Miami, which will showcase our special emerging talent, on the other hand, The New York Academy of Art will present an exhibition curated by Academy Trustee Brooke Shields and President David Kratz. The drawings, paintings and sculptures were created by students of the Academy’s MFA program: Will Kurtz, Elliot Purse, James Razko, Kathy Stecko, among others.

The week will also provide plenty of galleries of renowned renowned art groups. Galleries such as 312 ART PROJECT, ABSOLUTE ART, Adelson Galleries, Amy Li Gallery, Art Nouveau Gallery, Freites Gallery, La Cometa Gallery and Artscape Art, will meet this week.

DeXtinction by Interprospekt and Avant Mining will be one of the most surprising exhibitions, which will show an archaic, rustic and primary side of the postmodern era, putting in value and light the beauty and magnificence of the planet’s timeless treasures, through pieces such as artifacts and jewelry more than 100 million years old.

Scope Miami Beach

From December 4 to 9. The now traditional Miami Beach Scope comes in its 18th week of art with more than 140 international exhibitors from 25 countries and 60 cities, which will welcome more than 55 thousand visitors during the week.

PINTA Miami 

PINTA MIAMI – Crossing Cultures is preparing for its twelfth edition, where different projects with international curators will be presented, offering a different platform to all the proposals and positioning itself as the Latin American Fair with an opening to a more global look. One more year, the fair is held in the Mana Wynwood space, located in the “Miami Art District”, between December 5 and 9.

Aqua Art Miami

From December 5 to 9. This fair has positioned itself as the great favorite for collectors, curators and art lovers who wish to discover new talents. An opportunity to refresh the view with new works and exchange ideas.

Among the exhibitors are: 212 Arts (New York), AC Contemporary Art (Buenos Aires), Alessandro Berni Gallery (Perugia), Art In The Game (London) ArtApparent (Miami), ArtHelix / SHIM (Brooklyn), Artig Gallery / SHIM (Barcelona, ​​Stamford), Artsaroma (New Delhi), ASMP NY (New York), Aureus Contemporary (Providence), BB Giordano (Boynton Beach), belenmorenoSTUDIO (New York), BEN Gallery (Guangzhou), Blackship (Miami) , BoxHeart Gallery (Pittsburgh).

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Check the programs of the other fairs included in Art Week Miami 2018:

UNTITLED Miami Beach:


Red Dot Miami


Cover Image: Trevor Paglen, Agathla Peak Hough Transform; Haar, 2018 / Courtesy of the Artist and Altman Siegel, San Francisco. Check the article about Trevor Paglen in AAL Journal.



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