Miami Art Week and its lineup of synchronous art fairs have joined the online art scope transition that most galleries, fairs, and artists have embraced due to COVID-19. Bringing a plethora of satellite art fairs as well as the legendary Art Basel Miami, this year’s Miami Art Week will be presented through online viewing rooms and interactive site maps.
Brace yourself for the Olympics of the art world and make the most of your online visit by checking out our guide to all the fairs coming to your computer screen for Miami Art Week 2020 below.
‘OVR: Miami Beach’
December 2-6, 2020
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.
In addition, Miami Art Week, which kicks off on November 27, 2020, will bring vibrant cultural programming to South Florida.
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Art Miami | Context Art Miami Special Online Edition
Exclusively On Artsy
In lieu of a physical event, Art Miami and CONTEXT Art Miami will take place exclusively on Artsy. From December 2-20, you can explore booths, experience online events, and buy work directly from their roster of 150+ premier galleries.
3 Punts Galeria, Aaron Galleries, Adelson Galleries, Allouche Gallery, Andrea Schwartz Gallery,Andreas Binder Gallery,Arcature Fine Art,ARCHEUS / POST-MODERN,Art Nouveau Gallery,Art of the World Gallery,Ascaso Gallery,ATELIER AKI,Barbara Paci,Galleria d’Arte Beatriz Esguerra Art,Berry Campbell Gallery
BOCCARA ART,Galleries Bogena Galerie,Bowman Sculpture,C. Grimaldis Gallery
Cavalier Gallery,Caviar20,Cernuda Arte, Clark Gallery and more.
About Art Miami
In its 31st year, Art Miami maintains a preeminent position in America’s modern and contemporary art fair market and is globally recognized as a primary destination for the acquisition of the most important works from the 20th and 21st centuries.
About CONTEXT Art Miami
CONTEXT Art Miami 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.
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NADA MIAMI 2020
December 1–5, 2020
The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA), will take place in in a reimagined format, December 1–5, 2020. The 18th edition of the fair will showcase an international series of presentations from a diverse roster of 47 NADA Members and 27 first-time exhibitors for a total of 97 galleries from 44 cities, both in gallery spaces and online. The fair features gallery hubs in multiple locations, including the Bay Area, Brussels, Chicago, Detroit, Lima, Los Angeles, New York, Paris, Riga, Tokyo, Toronto, and Warsaw.
NADA Miami remains dedicated to celebrating rising talents from around the globe. Visitors of the 2020 fair are invited to experience gallery presentations in person in their local city, and discover the best of contemporary art online through a newly-designed digital platform. Accompanying the fair, the virtual programming series showcases conversations and performances from the defining voices of contemporary art and culture.
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Pinta Miami Live
December 2-15, 2020
PINTA MIAMI – Modern and Contemporary Latin American Art Show, in its 14th edition continues to present projects with international curators showcasing Latin American art with a global perspective in a unique digital platform. As one of the main references of Latin American Art for collectors, professionals, museums, and institutions PINTA MIAMI establishes itself with an Ibero American focus, counting with the presence of Spain and Portugal.
The 2020 edition of PINTA MIAMI LIVE launches on December 2nd through December 15, 2020 with around 100 galleries from Latin America, the United States and Europe, presenting artworks from over 300 artists. The digital platform allows access to free curatorial content that aims to continue stimulating interest in artistic production and expand its reach to new audiences. PINTA POP-UP events, taking place during Miami Art Week, highlight local Latin American artists, collections and exhibitions.
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Prizm Art Fair 2020
NOIR, NOIR: MEDITATIONS ON AFRICAN CINEMA AND ITS INFLUENCE ON VISUAL ART
December 1 – December 21, 2020
For Virtual Miami Art Week 2020, Prizm presents a dynamic fair with layered programming with over 30 emerging and established galleries and artists offering their varied Diasporic narratives and perspectives. “Meditations on the influence of African Cinema and its ideologies to incorporate artists whose work is influenced directly and indirectly by Africa(n) Diaspora cinema whose themes and ideologies are rooted in liberation, independence, recovery, healing and transcendence. These notions will be explored through a presentation of works in various media that include drawings, painting, video, photo, sculptures, installation, and new media,” reads their press release.
Prizm X Cmxnr Dec. 1
Prizm Film Dec.3, 10, 17
Prizm Panels Dec. 4, 10, 11, 18
Prizm X Yard Concept Dec. 12
MORTON FINE ART, FIRST FLOOR GALLERY HARARE, CALABAR GALLERY, DOMINIQUE GALLERY, BAND OF VICES, GALERIE MYRTIS, SUZIE WONG PRESENTS, MELROSE GALLERY, ELA ESPACO LUANDA ARTE, RETRO AFRICA, KZNSA, DYMAN GALLERY, UJAMAA ARTS, SUPERPOSITION GALLERY
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Scope Art Show
Immersive Miami Beach
December 1-6, 2020
SCOPE Art Show is pleased to present part two of Immersive Miami Beach, now open through December 6th via scope-art.com.
At the lead of the digital frontier, SCOPE is using its momentum as an online pioneer to build awareness and educate buyers. Honoring its mission to provide an experiential platform for discovery, Immersive Miami Beach | Part 2 welcomes 34 exhibitors from around the world featuring The New Contemporary, a genre that stands as a critical contribution to both global politics and local community engagement.
AC Contemporary Art (Buenos Aires), ARP Gallery (Miami), Art Zone Gallery (London), Arte Globale (London), Artêria (Bromont), ARTREVOLTS (Atlanta), Azul Art Gallery (Nassau), Blue Gallery (Delray Beach), Charly Palmer Fine Art (Atlanta), Chic Evolution in Art (Atlanta), Colour Senses Project (Miami), FEATURED (New York), Gallery Henoch (New York), GALLERyLABs (Buenos Aires & New Haven), Haven Gallery (Northport), Jade Flower Gallery (Seoul), Jenn Singer Gallery (New York), JoAnne Artman Gallery (Laguna Beach & New York), LeMieux Galleries (New Orleans), Mirus Gallery (San Francisco & Denver), Moonlight Art Space (Buenos Aires), Mortal Machine (New Orleans), New Apostle Gallery (New York), NG Art Gallery (Panama City & Havana), PDP Gallery (Paris & Los Angeles), Retrospect Gallery (Byron Bay), SeeMe Gallery (New York), Stick Together Gallery (Amsterdam), Thinkspace (Los Angeles), Vail International Gallery (Vail), and Vellum Projects (Brooklyn).
UNTITLED ART Miami Beach
Online Viewing Rooms
December 2-6, 2020
Though the fair is taking place remotely this year, UNTITLED, ART is taking great care to maintain relationships with Greater Miami Area cultural institutions. The fair has a programming of live events through local cultural partners to cement its relationship and appreciation for the city. Programs include a cocktail hour with the fair’s artistic director, conversations with exhibiting artists on Zoom, panel discussions, and installations.
Click here for the full list of events and programs happening throughout the week.