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15 Works to See at The 13th Edition of NADA Miami Beach

By Katy Donoghue

December 5, 2015

The 13th edition of the NADA art fair opened on Thursday to a packed VIP preview. Led by director Heather Hubbs, the fair was held at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach for the first time. “As the fair continues to expand, we consider the needs of our exhibitors and our audience to find the most appropriate space,” said Hubbs. “Since the first edition, NADA Miami Beach has more than doubled in scale, and remains a vital alternative assembly of emerging voices in the contemporary art community.” The location proved quite successful, as did the sales.

There are just a few more hours left of the fair—it closes tonight at 6PM—so for this rainy afternoon in Miami, we bring you 13 things to see at NADA, while you still can.

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