Work by Maurizio Cattelan & Pierpaolo Ferrari of Toiletpaper at Art Basel 2016 – Photo by The Untitled Magazine

Miami Art Week kicks off on December 5th, bringing a plethora of satellite art fairs—including the legendary Art Basel Miami—to Biscayne Bay. Brace yourself for the Olympics of the art world and make the most of your visit by checking out our guide to all the fairs coming to Miami Art Week 2017 below. And don’t miss our day-by-day event guide for the best openings and parties of the week!


Work from Art Basel Miami 2016 – Photo by The Untitled Magazine

ART BASEL MIAMI BEACH 2017 (Dec 7 -Dec 10)
Art Basel Miami Beach, one of the most prestigious art shows in the United States, merges an international selection of works from top galleries by world-renowned artists with a program of special exhibitions, parties and crossover events featuring music, film, architecture and design. Hundreds of galleries from five continents show significant work from both masters and emerging stars of the modern and contemporary art worlds. This year, look out for the Kabinett sector, a separate space for exhibitors to present a curated show by an artist of their choice. The Magazine sector will also be returning, featuring booths from publications including Aperture, L’Officiel Art, The Paris Review, and more. For highlights from Art Basel Miami 2016, click HERE.

VIP Preview: Dec 6 (by invitation only)
Public Hours: Dec 7, 3pm-8pm / Dec 8-9, 12pm-8pm / Dec 10, 12pm-6pm
Tickets: $36 – $120
Miami Beach Convention Center
1901 Convention Center Drive
Miami Beach, FL 33139

For more information, click HERE.

Work from Art Miami 2015 – Photo by The Untitled Magazine

ART MIAMI (Dec 5 – Dec 10)
Each year, Art Miami attracts more than 82,000 collectors, curators, museum professionals and art enthusiasts from around the globe. For its 28th edition, Art Miami remains committed to showcasing groundbreaking works from the 20th and 21st centuries in collaboration with a selection of the world’s most respected galleries, including Mixografia, Mike Borghi Fine Art Inc, and Vallarino Fine Art. Works by art world giants Joseph Albers, Yayoi Kusama, Jean Michel Basquiat, Ed Ruscha, Jeff Koons and more will be on display. This year’s special exhibitions include the Deep See Project, seeking to raise climate change awareness using art, and RAWK by former Metallica bassist Jason Newsted, which will donate fifty percent of its proceeds to the Perry J. Cohen Foundation benefitting marine wildlife conservation. For highlights from Art Miami and CONTEXT 2015, click HERE.

VIP Preview: Dec 5, 4:30pm – 10pm
Public Hours: Dec 6-9, 11am-8pm / Dec 10, 11am-6pm
Tickets: $35 – $250
Art Miami Pavilion
One Miami Herald Plaza @ NE 14TH STREET, Downtown Miami
On Biscayne Bay between the Venetian & Macarthur Causeways

For more information, click HERE.

Work from Aqua 2016 – Photo courtesy of Aqua Art Miami

AQUA ART MIAMI (Dec 6 – Dec 10)
This December, Aqua Art will celebrate its fifth year as part of the Art Miami family by continuing its commitment to supporting emerging artists. In May, Aqua appointed Grela Orihuela, a key member of the Art Miami Group since 2012 and Director of Art Wynwood, as its new director. Orihuela has organized a program of exciting panels and events for this year’s edition of Aqua including live tattoos by Thea Duskin and a gallery and shop presented by Morphew exploring the influence of art on fashion.

VIP Preview: Dec 6, 3pm-10pm
Public Hours: Dec 7, 12pm-9pm / Dec 8-9, 11am-9pm / Dec 10, 11am-6pm
Tickets: $25 – $95
Aqua Hotel
1530 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139

For more information, click HERE.

Work from CONTEXT 2015 – Photo by The Untitled Magazine

CONTEXT (Dec 5 – Dec 10)
The sister fair to Art Miami, CONTEXT is dedicated to the development of emerging and mid-career artists. Launched in 2012, CONTEXT’s open atmosphere creates meaningful dialogue between artists, galleries and collectors while providing the ultimate platform for mid-career, emerging and cutting-edge talent represented by new and established galleries to show their best work. This year’s special exhibitions include Sculpture Positions, a curatorial platform for exhibitors to show the best in experimental contemporary sculpture, Sound Positions, an immersive sound art listening space, and Galleries Association of Korea, a meeting of galleries dedicated to fostering the sound art market. For highlights from CONTEXT 2015 and Art Miami 2015, click HERE.

VIP Preview: Dec 5, 5:30pm-10pm
Public Hours: Dec 6-9, 11am-8pm / Dec 10, 11am-6pm
Tickets: $35 – $250
The CONTEXT Art Miami Pavilion
One Herald Plaza @ NE 14th Street, Downtown Miami
On Biscayne Bay between the Venetian & McArthur Causeways

For more information, click HERE.

Work form Design Miami 2016 – Photo courtesy of Design Miami

DESIGN MIAMI (Dec 6 – Dec 10)
A leading forum for design, Design Miami brings together collectors, gallerists, designers, curators and critics from around the world in celebration of design culture and commerce. It is both a marketplace and a cultural forum where exhibitions of 20th and 21st century furniture, lighting and objets d’art are displayed alongside panels and lectures from the world’s top designers, architects and artists. This year’s fair will focus on American contemporary designers, Shaker style furniture, and global variations on modernism.

VIP Preview: Dec 5, 12pm-8pm (by invitation only)
Public Hours: Dec 6, 12pm-8pm / Dec 7, 10am-8pm / Dec 8, 11am-8pm / Dec 9, 12pm-8pm/ Dec 10, 12pm-6pm
Tickets: $25 – $80
Meridian Avenue & 19th Street
Adjacent to the Miami Beach Convention Center
Miami Beach, USA

For more information, click HERE.

'Saluting (Play It Trump)' by Johan Wahlstrom.
“Saluting (Play It Trump)” by Johan Wahlstrom at Fridge 2016

When Eric Ginsburg founded Fridge Art Fair (yes, the name is a play on Frieze) in 2013 he sent out a call for exhibitors: “Can you fit into the Fridge?” Galleries and artists have continued to answer Fridge’s metaphorical phone—this year’s edition, dubbed “Art Bagel,” (bagels are sure to be a much-served snack at the event, with a VIP “Bagel and Lox” preview on December 3rd) moves to the historic Blue Moon Hotel and is curated by husband and wife artist team Ignacio and Jean Font of Fontsquared. Don’t miss this year’s Fridge Bazaar, a courtyard marketplace, and Clean The Fridge, a meet-and-greet brunch with artists at Blue Moon’s restaurant Fix.

VIP Preview: Dec 3, 1pm-8pm
Public Hours: Dec 4-10, 10am-4pm
Tickets: $10-$15
Blue Moon Hotel Miami Beach
944 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, Fl 33139

For more information, click HERE.

Work by Warhol at INK Miami 2016 – Photo courtesy of INK

INK MIAMI ART FAIR (Dec 6 – Dec 10)
INK Fair is unique in its focus on modern and contemporary works on paper. Exhibitors are selected among members of the International Fine Print Dealers Association (the association also sponsors the event). This year’s list includes Wildwood Press, Durham Press, and Childs Gallery.

Public Hours: Dec 6, 9am-5pm / Dec 7-9, 10am – 8pm / Dec 10, 10am – 3pm
Free admission
Suites of Dorchester
1850 Collins Avenue (19th St)
Miami Beach, Florida 33139

For more information, click HERE.

Work from NADA Art Fair 2016 – Photography by The Untitled Magazine

NADA ART FAIR (Dec 7 – 10)
NADA is widely recognized as a much needed alternative assembly of the world’s youngest and strongest art galleries dealing in emerging contemporary art. The 15th edition of the fair, to be held at Ice Palace Studios, will continue to showcase the best of emerging contemporary art from around the globe including works from galleries such as Bodega in New York, Antoine Levi in Paris, and Carbon 12 in Dubai. It is the only major American art fair to be run by a non-profit organization. For highlights from NADA 2016, click HERE.

VIP Preview: Dec 7, 10am-12pm
Public Hours: Dec 7, 12pm-7pm / Dec 8-9, 11am-7pm / Dec 10, 11am-5pm
Tickets: $10 – $40
Ice Palace Studios
1400 North Miami Avenue
Miami, FL 33136

For more information, click HERE.

Pinta 2016 – Photo courtesy of Pinta Miami

PINTA (Dec 6 – Dec 10)
Pinta specializes in the exhibition and promotion of Latin American, Spanish and Portuguese art. Last year, the fair welcomed the participation of fifty prominent galleries from the United States, Latin America and Europe. This December, Pinta’s 11th edition will feature new additions PINTA PLATFORMS, devoted to providing additional visibility to modern and contemporary art contributions, and PINTA COUNTRY SECTIONS, a stage for works that are representative of their countries of origin, this year focusing on Argentina, Brazil and Peru.

Official Opening: Dec 6, 5-9pm
Public Hours:  Dec 7-9, 12pm-8pm / Dec 10, 12pm–7pm
Tickets: $10 – $20
Mana Wynwood
2217 NW 5th Ave
Miami, FL 33127

For more information, click HERE.

A performance from Prizm 2016 – Photo courtesy of Knight Foundation

PRIZM (Dec 5 – Dec 17)
PRIZM is a cutting-edge, multidisciplinary art fair that promotes the work of artists from Africa and the global African Diaspora who reflect global trends in contemporary art. Its fifth edition, titled Universal Belonging, will showcase over 40 exhibitors from locations around the world including Iran, Egypt, the Caribbean, and the United States. On December 7th, PRIZM PERFORM will host several performance art pieces, challenging conventional modes of art-making.

VIP Preview: Dec 5, 12pm-4pm
Public Hours: Dec 6-17, 10am-6pm
Tickets: $15 – $150
145 East Flagler Street
Miami, FL 33150

For more information, click HERE.


Work from PULSE Art Fair 2016 – Photography by The Untitled Magazine

PULSE (Dec 7 – 10)
Founded in 2005, PULSE Contemporary Art Fair is an established highlight on the annual art calendar. This year’s fair will present the work of over 200 artists from 70 galleries from around the world including Flowers Gallery, Project: ARTspace, and K. Imperial Fine Art. Outside of the traditional booth structure, PULSE will present site-specific programming for works in video (PLAY), large-scale sculpture and performance (PROJECTS), and discussion of issues in the contemporary art world (PERSPECTIVES). After 12 years of hosting an edition in New York, PULSE has decided focus solely on the development of its programs in Miami—in 2017, it launched PULSE360, a year-round events initiative in which members are invited to participate in events centered around art and culture. For highlights from PULSE 2016, click HERE.

VIP Preview: Dec 7, 10am-1pm
Public Hours: Dec 7, 1pm-5pm / Dec 8-9, 10am-7pm / Dec 10, 10am-5pm
Tickets: $10 – $100
Indian Beach Park
4601 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33140

For more information, click HERE.

Work from Red Dot Miami 2016 – Photo Courtesy of Red Dot

RED DOT ART FAIR (Dec 6 – Dec 10)
Red Dot is a modern and contemporary art show in the heart of Miami featuring a slate of over 75 galleries showing over 500 leading artists from around the world. Now in its 12th year, Red Dot Miami nurtures and strengthens Miami’s art scene with a provocative agenda that includes Art Labs, Art Talks, and Spotlight Galleries (this year’s featured galleries include Vehement Art, Lemon Frame Gallery, JG Fine Art, and Steidel Fine Art). The curatorial theme for Red Dot’s 2017 edition is [IMPACT], exhibiting works that not only reflect society but also influence it.

VIP Preview: Dec 6, 6pm-10pm
Public Hours: Dec 7, 1pm-9pm / Dec 8, 1pm-10pm / Dec 9, 1pm-9pm / Dec 10, 12pm-5pm
Tickets: $10 – $75
Red Dot Miami Tent
1700 NE 2nd AVE
Miami, FL 33132

For more information, click HERE.

Work from SATELLITE 2016 – Photo Courtesy of SATELLITE

SATELLITE (Dec 7 – Dec 10)
SATELLITE is an alternative art fair that presents new projects spanning the gamut of art, music, performance, installation, new media and tech. The fair was created in 2015 by artists as an opportunity for young dealers, artist-run spaces and non-profits to exhibit during Miami Art Week. SATELLITE prides itself on providing visitors an experience free from the restrictions customary to traditional settings (see its hashtag, #NOTBASEL). Its unorthodox attitude has appealed to many—since its conception, the fair has grown in scale and prominence and now features art-based projects by established commercial galleries, socially engaged non-profits, and international alternatives spaces.

VIP Preview: Dec 7, 12pm-2pm
Public Hours: Dec 7-9, 2pm-10pm / Dec 10, 2pm-6pm
Tickets: $20 – $40
The Ocean Terrace Hotel
7410 Ocean Terrace
Miami Beach, FL

For more information, click HERE.

Work from SCOPE 2016 – Photo by The Untitled Magazine

SCOPE (Dec 5 – Dec 10)
The 17th edition of SCOPE Miami returns to the sands of Ocean Drive and 8th Street. Featuring 140 International Exhibitors from 25 countries and 60 cities, SCOPE Miami Beach will welcome over 55,000 visitors over the course of 5 days. Amidst an unprecedented outpouring of critical acclaim from press, curators and collectors, and a digital and social media outreach campaign garnering over 450 million impressions, SCOPE Miami Beach is once again poised to lead the charge for emerging contemporary art market. This year’s special programming includes The Melech Collection, an exhibition curated by NBA All-Star Amar’e Stoudemire, and Tom Fruin, a show of the artist’s work in collaboration with Column Health that aims to de-stigmatize addiction. For highlights from SCOPE 2016, click HERE.

VIP Preview: Dec 5, 12pm-4pm
Public Hours: Dec 6-10, 11am-8pm
Tickets: $25 – $150
801 Ocean Dr.
Miami, FL 33139

For more information, click HERE

Work from Spectrum 2016 – Photo courtesy of Galerie Myrtis

Spectrum is a juried, contemporary art show in the heart of Miami’s Arts & Entertainment District featuring an international slate of artists and galleries. Spectrum will also host ArtSpot, a stand-alone event inside the show. ArtSpot 2017 will present carefully selected modern, contemporary and cutting-edge galleries with strong curatorial programs and their represented artists.

VIP Preview: Dec 6, 6pm-10pm
Public Hours: Dec 7, 1pm-9pm / Dec 8, 1-pm-10pm / Dec 9, 1pm-9pm / Dec 10, 12pm-5pm
Tickets: $10 – $85
1700 NE 2nd Avenue
Miami, FL 33132

For more information, click HERE.

Superfine! House of Art + Design 2016 – Photo courtesy of Superfine!

SUPERFINE! – THE FAIR (Dec 6 –  Dec 10)
Superfine!’s mission is to create an accessible means for galleries, artists, and designers to directly reach a targeted clientele within a dynamic setting. The fair creates a cutting-edge marketplace where buyers, sellers, and artists can operate transparently on an even plane, rather than in the opaque art world of today. Billing itself as “the fairest fair,” Superfine! provides exhibitors with an affordable, high-impact space, creating a dynamic environment for attendees. This year’s fair will feature 49 exhibitors and over 800 works of art, panel discussions, and a musical calendar of Miami’s top acts.

VIP Preview: Dec 6, 11:30pm-1:30am & Dec 7, 4pm-11pm
Public Hours: Dec 8-9, 1pm-11pm / Dec 10, 1pm-8pm
Tickets: $10 – $50
56 NE 29th St.
Miami FL, 33137

For more information, click HERE.

Work form Untitled, Art 2016 – Photo by The Untitled Magazine

UNTITLED, ART (Dec 5 – Dec 10)
Untitled, Art was founded in 2012 and focuses on curatorial balance and integrity across all disciplines of contemporary art. It innovates the standard art fair model by selecting a curatorial team to choose galleries, artist-run exhibition spaces, and non-profit institutions and organizations in dialogue with an architect-designed venue (this year’s space as designed by K/R). The pertinent concepts of shelter and identity will be explored in this year’s projects and programming (highlights include Deus Cortado, a site-specific installation of paintings, sculpture, and stop-motion animations by Thiago Martins de Melo, Hotspot, a beach tent installation by Bogotá’s CARNE and San Juan’s Km 0.2, and Sergio Vega’s Shanty: on the mimetic faculty, a shanty dwelling comprised of discarded and raw materials). For highlights from Untitled, Art 2016, click HERE.

VIP Preview: Dec 5, 1pm-8pm
Public Hours: Dec 6-9, 11am-7pm / Dec 10, 11am-5pm
Tickets: $20 – $30
Ocean Drive & 12th Street
South Beach, Miami

For more information, click HERE.

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