As art enthusiasts and collectors gear up for Art Basel, Miami Art Week kicks off with its signature satellite art fairs.
Beginning Dec. 4, Miami Art Week is promising to showcase a week full of world-renowned and emerging artists who are set to exhibit a diverse array of immersive, contemporary and visual art masterpieces.
SCOPE returns to 801 Ocean Dr. in Miami Beach with over 150 new contemporary exhibitions. Now on its 21st anniversary, the art fair presents daily programming that blends genres. Throughout the years, SCOPE has been committed to making art and technology accessible. Details: https://scope-art.com.
Design Miami at Convention Center Drive and 19th Street in Miami Beach spotlights museum-quality exhibitions of 20th and 21st century furniture, lighting and architecture. On its 19th edition, the art fair will feature collaborations with designers and design institutions, panels and lectures from the world of design, architecture, art and fashion. Details: https://designmiami.com.
Untitled Art being held on Ocean Drive and 12th Street is planning to feature over 160 international galleries. Since its debut in 2012, the fair annually selects a curatorial team to identify and select international galleries, emerging artists and non-profit organizations. This year’s edition will focus more on gender inclusive through “Gender Equality in the Arts,” which is giving opportunities for artists of all genders to participate. Details: https://untitledartfairs.com.
Art Miami at One Herald Plaza in Downtown Miami is a leading international contemporary and modern art fair. Now in its 32nd year, the fair will showcase artworks of the 20th and 21st centuries along with a selection of the world’s most respected galleries. CONTEXT Art Miami, presented by Art Miami, will also return for its 11th edition. It will feature over 75 innovative galleries. The fair offers a platform for collectors to discover and acquire fresh works in today’s art market. Details: https://www.artmiami.com.
Aqua Art Miami at 1530 Collins Ave. in Miami Beach has become a favorite must-see art fair where prominent collectors and curators procure works by emerging and mid-level artists. Over 60 art exhibitors are expected to be featured. Details: www.aquaartmiami.com.
NADA Miami at 1400 N Miami Ave. will feature a selection of over 145 galleries and art spaces. This year’s fair includes many first-time exhibitors. The art fair is dedicated to celebrating rising talents from around the world. NADA Miami’s main focus is to reinvent the experience and presentation of art while giving exposure to emerging artists. Details: https://www.newartdealers.org.
Fridge Art Fair at 2649 S Bayshore Dr. in Coconut Grove is celebrating 10 years and will honor the LGBTQ+ community. New projects include a community fridge from Buddy System MIA and a postcard creation project in support of the LGBTQ+ community by collaboARTive. Details: https://www.fridgeartfair.com.
Red Dot Miami at 2217 NW Fifth Ave. is set to showcase over 75 of the top artists from around the world. Every year, the art fair commissions and curates art installations specifically for Miami Art Week. Details: https://redwoodartgroup.com/red-dot-miami/.
INK Miami Art Fair at 1850 Collins Ave, in Miami Beach is a specialty fair featuring exhibitors who focus on art pieces that are on paper and prints. Since 2006, the independently run fair has attracted museum curators and collectors that seek on paper art pieces. Details: https://www.inkartfair.com.
This year, SATELLITE Art Fair at 700 Lincoln Road in Miami Beach is presenting over 30 free-standing art installations and workshops. The fair is expected to have live performances from artists, live music and tech-savvy programming. Highlights include a meat sweats installation, a fiber coliseum and immersive virtual reality projects. Details: https://www.satellite-show.com.
In its 17th anniversary, Pinta at 3385 Pan American Dr. in Coconut Grove is planning to blend the best of Latin American and Spanish exhibitors. Pinta is committed to an international platform of Ibero American modern and contemporary art, and Latin American. Details: https://miami.pinta.art.
Spectrum Miami at 2217 NW Fifth Ave. will present over 150 artists, installations and galleries. Art lovers will be exposed to emerging and new artists who like to push boundaries and limitations. Details: https://redwoodartgroup.com/spectrum-miami.
The Miami River Art Fair at 125 SW North River Dr. is an international art fair that will have a focus on NFT projects, virtual and individual artists booths. This year, the art fair will present its “Cosmos Edition.” Details: https://miamiriverartfair.com.
Source: Miami Today