Unique paintings, modern sculptures, film, video, design exhibitions, digital art, and architecture: all fields are welcomed in Art Basel Miami 2018. The doors will open from December 6 to December 9 and the general public and especially the design-lovers are invited to visit Art Basel Miami Beach and Design Miami, two events full of creative works, workshops, and talks with recognized and emerging artists.
In this year’s edition, over 200 of the best international modern and contemporary art galleries will showcase in this art fair their exquisite collections with exclusive designs from over 4.000 artists.
This contemporary art show will receive leading galleries from North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia and Africa that will show significant works from the best interior designers and from the masters of modern art, as well the new generation of emerging artists.
Today, Design Limited Edition brings to you the must-see art galleries to explore at this year’s edition of Art Basel Miami. Take a look and get inspired!
“New Landscape” by Laeh Glenn
Altman Siegel was founded by Claudia Altman-Siegel in 2009. The gallery presents significant Bay Area artists and brings international artists to San Francisco for the first time. The core gallery program focuses on young and emerging artists, but it also punctuates the program with historical exhibitions to provide depth and context.
Massimo De Carlo
“Untitled” by Gelitin (2018)
“across these tender threads” by Jim Hodges (2018)
For over 30 years Massimo De Carlo gallery has played an important role in establishing a vital dialogue between its artists and national and international institutions. Its artists have all gained international recognition and have been shown in galleries, museums, and biennials in most of Europe and the USA.
“ANA rouge 6575 cacd” by Jean-Gabriel Coignet (2016)
This French gallery has participated in the emergence of the first international art fairs in cities such as Basel, Paris, Cologne, and Chicago. Since many years, Galerie Lahumière has strengthened its commitment to geometric and “constructed” abstraction.
Solo Exhibition by The Haas Brothers
For the first time, The Haas Brothers‘exquisite designs will be showcased in a solo exhibition, called “Ferngully”, by The Bass Museum. The exhibition will present the best of their new and recent art pieces and is organized around the concept of precarity and regenerative properties of nature, a cycle of rebirth.
At the wonderful Art Basel Miami 2018 showcase, you can’t miss the outstanding Kasmin’s participation. Paul Kasmin Gallery was founded in SoHo in 1989 and, since then, its program focuses on historic modernist and post-war artists and on the dialogue between them and the most recent aspiring talents.
“Kabinett” by Nicholas Hlobo (2017)
Known for championing artists who create groundbreaking and challenging forms of visual expression, the gallery prioritizes personal investigations and individual narratives. Lehmann Maupin prizes the distinct conceptual approaches that its artists offer on the essential matters that shape international culture today, including gender, class, religion, history, politics, and globalism.
Marianne Boesky Gallery
“Seent” by Sanford Biggers (2018)
Marianne Boesky Gallery was established in 1996 in Soho, NYC. Since its inception, this gallery’s mission has been to represent and support the work of emerging, mid-career, and established international artists of all media. It will be present too in Art Basel Miami 2018.
Art Basel Miami will also provide a special sector called “Nova” where galleries can choose one, two or three of their most impressive artists to show their outstanding art pieces created in the last three years. This opportunity will allow the audience to admire some artworks that were never seen before. From the debuts of young artists to renowned museum masterpieces, visitors will definitely find what they are looking for and even more, surprises are peeking around the corner.