Places, days and times of all art fairs around Art Basel Miami Beach

The week of art in Miami transforms the city and its beaches. (REUTERS/Maria Alejandra Cardona) (MARIA ALEJANDRA CARDONA/)

During the last days of November and the beginning of December Miami and its beaches are filled with lovers of visual arts. Art Basel Miami Beach It is the star of the system around which many and very diverse art fairs orbit.

The story began in 1990, when the exhibition began ArtMiami, which systematized the strong bond of South Florida with plastic artists. There were always galleries that attracted collectors, but until the pioneer fair there was no talk of an art week.

More than three decades later, and with the extraordinarily powerful engine that became the local edition of Art Basel, Miami Art Week It is the most awaited moment of the year. Activities multiply in museums and hotels, galleries and streets. And the peripheral fairs have also grown in size and quality. There are many, it is convenient to put together an itinerary beforehand so as not to miss any.

DesignMiami/

Aerial view of the entrance to the Design Miami Fair / at Miami Art Week
Design Miami/, the sister fair of Art Basel Miami Beach.

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the theme of DesignMiami/2022chosen by this year’s curatorial director, Maria Cristina Didero, is “The golden age: looking to the future”. Chosen out of a sense of optimism, the concept unites shared experiences across cultures, across time and space, whether applied to utopian futures or idealized histories. This year’s hopeful curatorial strand unites 36 of the world’s leading historical and contemporary galleries, plus 13 curio exhibitors focused on conceptual explorations of avant-garde design.

Where: Convention Center Drive and 19th St. (neighboring Art Basel Miami Beach), Miami Beach

When: November 30, 1 pm-7 pm; December 1, 11 a.m.-7 p.m.; December 2 and 3, 12pm-7pm and December 4, 12pm-6pm

How much: $38 (general admission), $33 with discount for students and seniors, $31 per person for groups of 10+; USD 112.50 VIP Ticket+

Scope Miami Beach

Scope Fair at Miami Art Week
On the beach, the Scope fair is a favorite with visitors.

scope reopens this year with more than 150 exhibitors. To further its mission to promote new artists and mediaScope’s experiential and multidisciplinary pavilion in the arena, New Contemporary, will once again showcase large-scale installations and host musical performances, panel discussions, guided meditations and morning yoga sessions. At night, the space will transform into a nightclub complete with rotating DJs.

Where: 801 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach

When: November 30-December 4, 11am-8pm

How much: $60

pint miami

Aerial view of The Hangar, in Coconut Grove, where Feria Pinta Miami is part of Miami Art Week
The Pinta Miami fair, which specializes in Latin American art, can be visited at The Hangar, Coconut Grove.

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For its 16th edition, the eminent fair of latin american and hispanic artists moves to The Hangar, in Coconut Grove, where Pan American Airlines was once based. In a light-filled, high-tech hangar on the water’s edge, Pinta brings together international programs, initiatives and curators to ensure the visibility of Latin American art in a global context. This year, the fair has invited curators Omar-Pascual Castillo, Mario Gioia Y Jose Antonio Navarrete for the Main Section; Oscar Roldan Alzate in Solo-Duo Projects and Main Section; Felix Suazo for Special Projects; Florence Portocarrero for NEXT and gean moreno for Intersections. The architect Daniel Fisher He is the curator of the design and spatial distribution of the fair.

Where: Pan Am Hangar, 3385 Pan American Drive, Coconut Grove

When: December 1-3, 11 am-8 pm; December 4, 11am-6pm

How much: $30

ArtMiami

Art Miami Fair at Miami Art Week
In 1990 Art Miami began an adventure that today has been consolidated and identifies South Florida.

The doyen of Miami art fairs, and the second busiest in the world, returns to its illustrious bayfront location for its 32nd edition. It features a wide variety of investment-quality paintings, drawings, designs, sculptures, NFTs, video art, photography and prints from over 155 leading galleries in 17 countries. As the first major fair to open its doors to visitors, it marks the unofficial start of Miami Art Week.

Where: 1 Herald Plaza, NE 14th St, Miami

When: November 30-December 30 11am-7pm and December 4 11am-6pm

How Much: $40 to $275

Context Art Miami

Admission to Context Art Miami at Miami Art Week
Context Art Miami is a sister fair of the pioneer in the area.

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The shoot of the pioneer sample places the emerging artists in the middle. The lineup of 75 international galleries for this tenth anniversary includes Gallery G-77 (Kyoto, Japan) and Art.M (Luxembourg) and brings hundreds of artists from more than 20 countries.

Where: 1 Herald Plaza, NE 14th St, Miami

When: November 30-December 30 11am-7pm and December 4 11am-6pm

How Much: $40 to $275

Nothing Miami

People at the Nada Fair part of Miami Art Week
The Nada fair turns 20 in this edition with 146 participating galleries.

Celebrating 20 years in Miami, New Art Dealers Alliance (ANY) has become known for showcasing underexposed artists and their works, bringing Miami Art Week to life with its young gallerists, like the people of Franz Kaka from Toronto and Embassy of San Juan. This year expect to see 146 galleries, art spaces and non-profit organizations from more than 40 cities around the world. That’s a slight drop from last year’s 170 exhibitors, but a huge jump from the 35 galleries that participated in the inaugural edition of NADA Miami in 2003.

Where: Ice Palace Studios1400 North Miami Ave, Miami

When: November 30 to December 3

How Much: $35 to $150

Satellite Art Show

Work at the Satellite Miami fair as part of Miami Art Week
The Satellite Miami fair is characterized by being directed by artists.

Is artist run fairReturning for its seventh edition, , literally brings art to life. satellite focuses on performance, time-based media, and installations, but this year also brings back exhibitors and VR/AR activations. will also move to Indian Beach Parkthe former location of the Pulse Art Fair next to the Hotel Fontainebleau. Projects, performances and videos will be presented from inside shipping containers amid outdoor installations.

Where: 4601 Collins Ave, Miami Beach

When: November 30 to December 3 12 pm-7 pm and December 4 12 pm-5 pm

How Much: $20 to $100

Untitled Art Miami Beach

View of Untitled Art on the beach during Miami Art Week
Untitled Art brings together emerging artists and historical figures of contemporary art.

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Another great art fair on the sands of Miami Beach, Untitled aims to be an inclusive and collaborative platform to discover the contemporary art of emerging artists and historical figures. The most recent program of him, NEST, creates a new sector of subsidized stands to help mitigate traditional entry barriers to participation in art fairs. Untitled is interested in ensuring that local galleries are represented and works with the City of Miami Beach to ensure a presentation without impact on the environment.

Where: Ocean Dr and 12th St, Miami Beach

When: November 29 to December 3, 11 am-7 pm

How Much: $45 to $75

Spectrum Miami and Red Dot Miami

Spectrum and Red Dot Fair Ticket at Miami Art Week
Spectrum and Red Dot Miami, together, will present more than 280 exhibitors with 1,000 artists.

Billed as two fairs under one roof, spectrum Y Red Dot are among the largest in the Miami Art Week: together they cover more than 100,000 square feet (9,290 square meters) of indoor exhibition space in the heart of Wynwood’s 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

Aqua Art Miami

Public in front of Aqua Fair at Miami Art Week
Aqua Feria, also an Art Miami offshoot, transforms a hotel into a mini-gallery node.

Each individual room of a south beach boutique hotel is transformed into gallery spaces for the 16th annual Aqua Fair, bringing an intimate and authentic local vibe to art week. International exhibitors follow one another in these mini-galleries, with hundreds of artists from Miami and around the world. It also has a space for conversation in the hotel’s cheerful patio.

Where: Aqua Hotel, 1530 Collins Ave, Miami Beach

When: December 1 12pm-9pm; December 2 and 3 11 am-9 pm; December 4 11am-6pm

How Much: $20 to $275

Fridge Art Fair

Artistic bus from Espacio de Abuela where the Fridge Fair will take place during Miami Art Week
The Art Fridge fair in New York will bring the camp to the Espacio de Abuela in Miami.

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Founded in 2013 on the Lower East Side of New York, the fair Art Fridge today remains dedicated to presenting eclectic and anti-commercial art along with Frieze Week in New York and Art Basel Miami Beach. This year he returns to his base of operations in Grandma’s Corner in the neighborhood allapattah of Miami. The theme for 2022 is ArtCamp, a challenge for the presenters to use the unique features of the venue. Artists, curators and merchants of all ages and from all over the world will set up their tents and present their works outdoors and in semi-enclosed spaces. There will be campfires, s’mores, and lots of good inclusive energy at this pet-friendly fair.

Where: Esquina de Abuela, 2705 NW 22nd Ave

When: November 29-December 3, 12pm-6:30pm

Free entrance

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