Art Basel and Miami Art Week: agenda for Friday the 2nd

Feria Nada, from the organization of dealers New Art Dealers Alliance, promotes underexposed artists.

In addition to Art Basel Miami Beach and the fairs on the beach, like scope Y Untitledor in the streets, as shown Not Vacancyacross Biscayne Bay there are many must-do activities during Miami Art Week. One way to avoid heavy traffic is to take the ferry across and take in the natural beauty that South Florida also has to offer.


The particularity of this fair that brings together 146 galleries, art spaces and foundations from more than 40 cities around the world is that it is organized by the organization of art dealers New Art Dealers Alliance (NOTHING). The show has become known for showcasing underexposed artists and their works, bringing Miami Art Week to life with its young gallery owners, like the people of Toronto’s Franz Kaka and San Juan Embassy.

Where: Ice Palace Studios, 1400 North Miami Ave, Miami

When: until December 3

How Much: $35 to $150

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Perez Art Museum Miami

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“Swimming Pool”, by Leandro Erlich, is exhibited at PAMM as part of the “Liminal” exhibition by the Argentine artist.

The Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) offers the first individual exhibition of Leandro Erlich in the United States, in which 16 works selected by the curator will be seen Dan Cameronincluding the famous swimming pool (swimming pool), which was assembled by Artea, company of the curators Rodolfo de Athayde and Ania Rodríguez. Throughout two decades of work by the Argentine artist, the public will be able to learn about, and experience, research on the senses and space, which questions the certainties about perception.

Where: PAMM, 1103 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132

When: from November 29, from Thursday to Monday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

How much: from USD 12 to USD 16

Pussy Riot at the ICA

The Russian activist and feminist collective will perform in concert on Friday the 2nd as part of Miami Art Week.
The Russian activist and feminist collective will perform in concert on Friday the 2nd as part of Miami Art Week.

Russian feminist activists, arrested and imprisoned on numerous occasions for protesting against Vladimir Putin, will give a concert for the presentation of CryptoPunk #305, a pioneering web3 art installation that Yuga Labs donates to the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA). The Pussy Riot are a collective that has grown politically and musically in recent years, and became globally recognized when they invaded the playing field of the final match during the 2018 Soccer World Cup in Russia.

Tickets are free but sold out in hours – if you didn’t manage to snag one, don’t try as the venue has limited capacity.

Spectrum and Red Dot

Spectrum and Red Dot Fair Ticket at Miami Art Week
Spectrum and Red Dot Miami cover more than 100,000 square feet (9,290 square meters) in Wynwood.

Billed as two fairs under one roof, spectrum Y Red Dot are among the largest of Miami Art Week: Together they cover more than 100,000 square feet (9,290 square meters) of indoor exhibit space in the heart of Wynwood, the art district. This year, more than 35,000 attendees will see the work of more than 1,000 artists presented by more than 280 exhibitors.

Where: Mana Wynwood Convention Center, 2217 NW 5th Ave, Miami

When: December 1-3 12pm-8pm and December 4 12pm-6pm

Tickets: USD 25 to USD 100

“Pulse Topology” by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer

The work “Pulse Topology”, by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, has 3,000 light bulbs.
“Pulse Topology”, by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, moves to the rhythm of the heartbeat of the visitors.

Is immersive biometric artwork It consists of 3,000 suspended light bulbs, each of which glows to the beat of a different participant’s heart. As people traverse a series of ridges and valleys of pulsing lights, six sensors detect and record new heartbeats, which replace older ones, creating a memento mori. The technology that allows it photoplethysmography (PPG), uses computer vision algorithms to optically detect the heartbeats of passers-by.

part of the series Press Artworks of Rafael Lozano Hemmer, Press Topology It is the first to be presented in Miami.

Where: 1101 NW 23rd Street, Miami

When: Monday through Wednesday, 11am-7pm; Thursday and Sunday 10am-7pm; Friday and Saturday 10am-8pm, until August 2023.

How much: $36

“Alexandre Diop: 2022 Artist-in-Residence”, at Rubell Museum

Le Mensonge d'État, by Alexandre Diop at the Rubell Museum in Miami
Le Mensonge d’État, work in the show by the artist Alexandre Diop at the Rubell Museum

the collection of Don and Mera Rubell cIt contains one of the largest samples of contemporary art in the world, currently with more than 7,200 works. Since 1993 they opened it in the form of a museum and there is the exhibition of this Franco-Senegalese artist, chosen by the Knight Foundation as an artist-in-residence, who works with thrown away objects to transfigure them into works that spark conversations about culture, gender and socio-politics. Emigrated to Vienna, Diop grafts his African and European roots into a creative nursery that deals with varied themes such as ancestry and colonialism, the diaspora and historical violence.

Where: 1100 NW 23rd St, Miami.

When: December 2 and 3, 10am-7:30pm; December 4, 10am-5:30pm

Public Art Reveal, works commissioned by Miami-Dade County

New public art commissions on a monumental scale in Virgin Voyages Terminal V of port of miami. New commissions by artists Dara Friedman, Kelley Johnson, Jamilah Sabur, Kelly Breez and Jillian Mayer will be unveiled.

Where: 718 North Cruise Boulevard, Miami,

When: December 2 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Free activity but with tickets that are delivered in order of arrival


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