Miami is becoming an evergrowing source of exclusive contemporary design, featuring several art fairs and design events throughout the year. This December however all eyes are on Art Basel.
In Art Basel‘s American show, leading galleries from North America, Latin America, Europe, and Asia show significant work from the masters of Modern and contemporary design, as well as the new generation of emerging stars. From the days December 5 – 8, 2019, Miami welcomes one of the biggest design events to its honourable and fun Design Week.
Paintings, sculptures, installations, photographs, films, and editioned works of the highest quality are on display in the main art exhibition hall.
From Basel to Miami, are you ready to witness the best of modern design with your own eyes?
For its 18th edition, Art Basel Miami will not only showcase more US and Latin American exhibitions than you have ever seen before but will also have placed around the city multiple outdoor art installations. Art Baselshowcases the best of contemporary design through its annual art fairs in Basel, Miami, and Hong Kong.
Artist Brian Jungen’s fascination with slicing up Nike Air Jordans began in the ‘90s after a trip to NYC. At the Miami Beach show, visit Catriona Jeffries (booth E9) to see his 2019 contemporary art sculpture.
Dan McCarthy, ‘Brighton Beach’ (2016), a contemporary design sculpture via Anton Kern Gallery.
At Art Basel Miami Beach 2019, Antenna Space will pair three of Guan Xiao’s sculptures with five paintings by Allison Katz.
‘Bad Fruit’ spills over a rusted flatbed trailer, forming a lascivious still life of moulding fruit bejewelled with semi-precious stones, glass, pearl, and bone. At Art Basel, the artist will present these pieces.
‘Miss. Kitty Redux’ is from Sean Landers’ ongoing ‘Small Brass Raffle Drum’ series.
Created for ‘Disruptions’, an outdoor exhibition on view in Collins Park December 3–8, the piece encourages visitors to appropriate the work for themselves, manipulating the stones in any way they choose.
This art exhibition is open to the public on December 3-8 in Collins Park and presents 6 large-scale artworks by Argentine artists: Matías Duville, Marie Orensanz, Pablo Reinoso, Gachi Hasper, Marcela Sinclair, and Agustina Woodgate.
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