Art Basel Miami Beach isn’t technically off this year; instead, it is virtual and called OVR: Miami Beach. Art Basel Miami, The December edition of Art Basel’s Online Viewing Rooms, will feature an international lineup of 255 leading galleries from 30 countries and territories across North and South America, as well as Europe, Asia, and Africa. The presentations will be accompanied by a program of online events, including talks and gallery walk-throughs. Local museums, galleries, and cultural organizations will host various exhibitions and activations on the ground during Miami Art Week.
OVR: Miami Beach’ will feature 255 galleries from 30 countries and territories
Running December 4-6, 2020, with VIP Preview days from December 2-4, 2020, ‘OVR: Miami Beach’ will feature 255 galleries from 30 countries and territories. It will be accompanied by a series of online Conversations, gallery Walk-throughs, and virtual events hosted by our galleries and partners. Also, Miami Art Week will bring vibrant cultural programming to South Florida. Discover more now.
For its Art Basel OVR: Miami Beach virtual presentation, Sean Kelly Gallery stages a curated selection of new work by gallery artists including Jose Dávila, Dawoud Bey, Idris Khan, Kehinde Wiley, Antony Gormley, Callum Innes, Wu Chi-Tsung, Janaina Tschape, and Shahzia Sikander, in conjunction with Sikander’s current show at the gallery’s New York space, open through December 19.
303 Gallery, 47 Canal, A Gentil Carioca, Miguel Abreu Gallery, Acquavella Galleries, Altman Siegel, Applicat-Prazan, Alfonso Artiacogalería elba benítez, Ruth Benzacar Galeria de Arte, Bergamin & Gomide, Berggruen Gallery, Blum & Poe, Peter Blum Gallery, Marianne Boesky Gallery, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, Bortolami, Luciana Brito Galeria
Ben Brown Fine Arts, Galerie Buchholz, Canada, Cardi Gallery, Carlos/Ishikawa, Casa Triângulo, David Castillo Gallery, Cheim & Read, Clearing, James Cohan Gallery, Sadie Coles HQ, Galleria Continua, Paula Cooper Gallery, Pilar Corrias, Galerie Chantal Crousel, DAN Galeria
DC Moore Gallery, Massimo De Carlo, Andrew Edlin Gallery, Essex Street, Henrique Faria Fine Art, Eric Firestone Gallery, Konrad Fischer Galerie, Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel, Peter Freeman, Inc., Stephen Friedman GalleryGaga, Gagosian, Galerie Christophe Gaillard, Galerie 1900-2000
François Ghebaly, Gladstone Gallery, Galería Elvira González, Goodman Gallery, Marian Goodman Gallery, Galerie Bärbel Grässlin, Gray, Garth Greenan Gallery, Greene Naftali, Galerie Karsten Greve, Kavi Gupta, Hammer Galleries, Hauser & Wirth, Galerie Max Hetzler, High Art, Hirschl & Adler Modern, Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Edwynn Houk Gallery, Pippy, Houldsworth Gallery, Xavier Hufkens, hunt kastner, Ingleby Gallery, Alison Jacques Gallery, rodolphe janssen, Catriona Jeffries, Jenkins, Johnson Gallery, JTT, Annely Juda Fine Art, Kalfayan Galleries, Casey, Kaplan, Karma, Kasmin, kaufmann repetto, Kayne Griffin Corcoran, Sean Kelly, Kerlin Gallery, Anton Kern Gallery, Kewenig, Galerie Peter Kilchmann, Tina Kim Gallery, Kohn Gallery, David Kordansky Gallery
Andrew Kreps Gallery, Galerie Krinzinger, Kukje Gallery, kurimanzutto, Labor, Simon Lee Gallery, Lehmann Maupin, Galerie Lelong & Co., Lévy Gorvy, David Lewis, Josh Lilley, Lisson Gallery, Luhring Augustine, Magazzino, Mai 36 Galerie, Maisterravalbuena, Jorge Mara – La Ruche, Matthew Marks Gallery, Mary-Anne Martin Fine Art, Philip Martin Gallery, Barbara Mathes Gallery, Mayoral, Mazzoleni, Miles McEnery Gallery
Galerie Greta Meert, Anthony Meier Fine Arts, Menconi + Schoelkopf, Mendes Wood DM, kamel mennour, Metro Pictures, Meyer Riegger, Mignoni, Galeria Millan, Victoria Miro, Modern Art, The Modern Institute, moniquemeloche, mor charpentier, Morán Morán, Galerie nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder, Edward Tyler Nahem, Helly Nahmad Gallery, Nanzuka, Galería Leandro Navarro, neugerriemschneider, Galleria Franco Noero, David Nolan Gallery, Galerie Nordenhake, Galerie Nathalie Obadia, OMR, Galleria Lorcan O’Neill Roma, P.P.O.W, Pace Gallery, Franklin Parrasch Gallery, Peres Projects, Perrotin, Petzel, Galerie Eva, Presenhuber, Proyectos Monclova, Ratio 3, Almine Rech, Reena Spaulings, Fine Art, Regen Projects, Revolver Galería, Roberts Projects, Robilant + Voena, Galeria Nara Roesler, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, Salon 94, SCAI The Bathhouse, Esther Schipper,, Galerie Thomas Schulte, Marc Selwyn Fine Art, Jack Shainman Gallery,, Sicardi Ayers Bacino, Sikkema Jenkins & Co., Jessica Silverman Gallery, Simões de Assis, Skarstedt, Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Sperone Westwater
Sprüth Magers, Stevenson, Galeria Luisa Strina Simone Subal Gallery, Timothy Taylor, Templon, Galerie Thomas, Tornabuoni Art, Travesía Cuatro, Van de Weghe, Van Doren Waxter, Vedovi Gallery, Venus Over Manhattan, Vermelho, Vielmetter Los Angeles, Waddington Custot
Andréhn-Schiptjenko, Galería Isabel Aninat, Bank, blank projects, Central Fine, Chapter NY, Company Gallery, Galerie Crèvecœur, Galería Agustina Ferreyra, half gallery, Instituto de visión, Charlie James Gallery, Galeria Kogan Amaro, mother’s tankstation limited, Shulamit Nazarian, Patron
Arcadia Missa, Matthew Brown Los Angeles, Central Galeria, Commonwealth and Council, Curro, Grimm, Isla Flotante, Koppe Astner, Maia Contemporary, Martos Gallery, Kai Matsumiya, Project Native Informant, Park View / Paul Soto, Sultana
1 Mira Madrid, acb, Tibor de Nagy, Anat Ebgi, Larkin Erdmann Gallery, James Fuentes, Hales Gallery, Galerie Knoell,Galerie Mitterrand, Parker Gallery, Polka, Richard Saltoun Gallery, Semiose, Louis Stern Fine Artswaldengaller, Steven Zevitas Gallery
ART MIAMI | CONTEXT ART MIAMI SPECIAL ONLINE EDITION | EXCLUSIVELY ON ARTSY
Art Miami has announced that in lieu of a physical event, Art Miami and CONTEXT Art Miami will take place. From December 2-20, The public is invited to explore booths, experience our online event, and buy work directly from a roster of 150+ premier galleries on the largest and leading global online marketplace for fine art.
CONTEXT Art Miami takes place alongside the Art Miami and features emerging and mid-career artists presented by leading contemporary galleries. In addition, CONTEXT annually showcases new works specifically crafted for the fair including curatorial projects, solo artists presentations and a series of special exhibitions.
UNTITLED, ART, MIAMI BEACH OVR DECEMBER 2-6, 2020
VIP PREVIEW: DECEMBER 1, 11 am ET
For the ninth edition of UNTITLED, ART Miami Beach, 60 galleries from 18 countries will present in its online viewing room, complemented by cultural programming and digital events throughout the week. The focus of this year’s program is Contemporary Artists from the Caribbean, spotlighting artists and organizations from this region, who are creating innovative and essential work across the globe. Leadership from nonprofits and groups including Teorética Costa Rica, Caribbean Art Initiatives, and the forthcoming Kingston, Jamaica-based Museum of Contemporary Caribbean Art will be included in live-streamed programming during the week of December 1-6. The fair will continue to maintain relationships with its cultural partners across the city of Miami, as well as provide support to local nonprofits which often rely on an influx of tourism during Miami Art Week. untitled.artland.com
For this year’s online iteration of UNTITLED, ART Miami Beach, Denny Dimin Gallery presents new works by Amanda Valdez, Jessie Edelman, Justine Hill, and Paula Wilson. Spanning textiles and woodcuts to sculptural canvases collaged with paint and paper, each of these artists centralizes materiality and medium in their works. Wilson, whose video work will be on view at Locust Projects in Miami (November 21, 2020–January 23, 2021), draws upon race, technology, and gender in her multimedia practice.
Baert Gallery, La Balsa Arte, Richard Beavers Gallery, BEERS London, Bode Projects,Rutger Brandt Gallery, Tanya Brillembourg Art, Cirrus Gallery, Erin Cluley Gallery, Cob Gallery, COHJU contemporary Art, C O U N T Y, Davidson Gallery, De Buck Gallery, Luis De Jesus Los Angeles, Denny Dimin, Dio Horia, DURAN | Mashaal, Fiumano Clase, Fredericks & Freiser, Guns & Rain, Richard Heller Gallery, Herlitzka + Faria, Hollis Taggart, Elizabeth Houston Gallery, HOWL! Arts, K Contemporary, Keijsers Koning Gallery, Kravets Wehby Gallery, LatchKey Gallery, A Lighthouse called Kanata, Nancy Littlejohn Fine Art, Jane Lombard Gallery, Lowell Ryan Projects, LUCE GALLERY, MAKASIINI CONTEMPORARY, JD Malat Gallery, Christopher Moller Gallery, National, October Gallery, Claire Oliver Gallery, Over the Influence, PADRE, La Pecora, T H E P I L L, Plan X art gallery, Portas Vilaseca Galeria, Pure Land: Kultproekt Gallery + Syntax Gallery + PA Gallery, Diane Rosenstein Gallery, Eduardo Secci Contemporary, Sim Smith, SVA Galleries, Galleri Urbane, Voloshyn Gallery, Welancora Gallery, WHO I AM Gallery, Winston Wächter Fine Art, Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery, ZIPPER Galeria, ANNA ZORINA GALLERY
NADA Miami 2020
The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) is pleased to announce the programming schedule for NADA Miami, December 1–5, 2020. Join NADA and participating galleries for virtual conversations and performances.
Featured participants include Karen Finley, Rachel Mason, Wendy Cabrera Rubio, Kahlil Robert Irving, Amanda Ross-Ho, José Carlos Diaz, Maya Stovall, Michael Stone-Richards, Christopher Y. Lew, Rehema C. Barber, Matthew Higgs, Veronica Bruce, Karoline Bakken Lund, Lotte Andersen, Silvana Lagos, Claudia Pareja, LaNia Sproles, Baseera Khan, and Jazmine Catasús.
To attend, please register for each event using the links included below.
The 18th edition of NADA Miami showcases an international series of presentations from a diverse roster of 97 galleries from 44 cities, both in gallery spaces and online. The fair will feature gallery hubs in multiple locations, including the Bay Area, Brussels, Chicago, Detroit, Lima, Los Angeles, New York, Paris, Riga, Tokyo, Toronto, and Warsaw.
Discover what’s on view in your city and browse online viewing rooms beginning Tuesday, December 1, 10 am EST at newartdealers.org.
DESIGN MIAMI/ NOVEMBER 27 – DECEMBER 6, 2020 VIP PREVIEW: NOVEMBER 27
Design Miami/ is the global forum for design. This year, the physical fair returns to the venue of its inaugural edition, the Miami Art District’s historic Moore Building, and launches its new Podium program. Curated by Curatorial Director Aric Chen, the Podium program presents collectable design from leading galleries and design studios following the theme of America(s). Taking place over ten days, Design Miami/ features reformatted gallery booths and partner exhibition spaces to facilitate social distancing, as well as updated health and safety protocols.
BRIGHT FUTURE: CARPENTERS WORKSHOP GALLERY
Carpenters Workshop Gallery’s Design Miami/ exhibition Bright Future features an engaging presentation of colourful and whimsical sculptural light works, including the new large-scale work “Palm Tree” by Nacho Carbonell and “Bananas” by Studio Job. Visit The Shop Here
DAATA SECOND EDITION OF DAATA FAIR – DAATA FAIR MIAMI 1-13 DECEMBER 2020
Daata is delighted to announce the second edition of Daata Fair, an online-only art fair dedicated to showcasing the best of international contemporary video and digital art. Daata Fair Miami will run 1 – 13 December 2020, with a preview day on 30 November.
Daata Fair Miami is a concise, curated fair with 11 invited international art galleries, each presenting a single artist’s video works. Participating artists include David Claerbout (Esther Schipper), Larry Achiampong (Copperfield), Rosa Menkman (Gallery Kendra Jayne Patrick) and Zina Saro-Wiwa (Tiwani Contemporary), with new Daata x The Bass commissions by Petra Cortright and Jeremy Couillard being screened at the New World Symphony’s vast outdoor screen, along with brilliant video artworks by Grimes (Maccarone), and Jeffrey Gibson (Kavi Gupta) amongst others. The Demystifying Digital Art panel launches the Fair, with an incredible list of panelists which includes leading video art collector Pamela Kramlich and curator and writer Barbara London.
The galleries and artists participating in Daata Fair Miami are:
Copperfield (London) – Larry Achiampong, Esther Schipper (Berlin) – David Claerbout, E X I L E (Vienna) – Patrick Fabian Panetta, Kendra Jayne Patrick (New York) – Rosa Menkman
Maccarone (LA) – Trulee Hall, Madragoa (Lisbon) – Adrián Balseca, Magenta Plains (New York) – Jibade-Khalil Huffman, Peres Projects (Berlin) – Manuel Solano, Postmasters (New York) – Alex McLeod, Tiwani Contemporary (London) – Zina Saro-Wiwa, Various Small Fires (LA / Seoul) – Liz Magic Laser
MUSEUMS AND CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS ABRAHAM CRUZVILLEGAS: AGUA DULCE | THE BASS NOVEMBER 29, 2020 – APRIL 18, 2021
Agua Dulce presents a newly commissioned landscape installation by the globally-renowned artist Abraham Cruzvillegas, in front of The Bass. Having taken shape in response to the pandemic, Agua dulce intends to provide an oasis of health and relaxation, for free. The exhibition of flora, fauna and mineral will feature 1,000+ plants from 20+ native Floridan species, each used for a variety of healing and medicinal practices, spanning 14,000 sqft of the public Collins Park. Seating designed by Cruzvillegas and built from locally-sourced materials will encircle the symmetrically shaped central garden for visitors to safely rest while listening to the sounds of native birds that would naturally occupy such an ecosystem. In reclaiming the land with native species, Cruzvillegas hopes to prompt visitors to learn from their environment while redefining the public greenspace as a site for healing and reflection. thebass.org
The Bass continues to grow its public exhibition entitled Art Outside, which takes the form of curated Parcours linking the Museum’s Collins Park to multiple partner locations throughout South Beach and currently includes artworks by Karen Rifas, Arturo Herrera, and Rafel Domenech.
In partnership with The City of Miami Beach, W South Beach, The Wolfsonian (FIU), and Miami Beach Urban Studios (FIU), the course will add new locations throughout the next few months, offering residents and visitors the opportunity to see a network of public artworks spanning monumental sculpture, neon fixtures, sound Art and video projections, while engaging in safe, physical activity. The program’s themes of “work from home,” consumer culture, lost love and change seek to find commonalities and connectivity in our socially distant age. For an interactive map of Art Outside, please visit: artoutsidemb.org/map