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Samuel Ross’s "RUPTURE" series, photo by Oliver Matich, courtesy of Friedman Benda and Samuel Ross.
Dindga McCannon, "Woman #1," 1975–77, acrylic on canvas, 42 x 33 inches, from Fridman Gallery's presentation of early works by the artist in the Survey sector at Art Basel Miami Beach 2021. The sector is dedicated to galleries showcasing artistic practices of historical relevance. Image courtesy of the artist and Fridman Gallery.
Courtesy of Southern Guild/Christof van der Walt.
Nyugen E. Smith, "Spirit Carrier No.7," 2016, assemblage (leather, rubber, plastic, wire, canvas, lace, beads, wood, fabric, synthetic hair, fur), 19 x 9 x 9 inches, courtesy of Sean Horton (Presents), New York.
Refik Anadol, “Quantum Memories,” new renderings, courtesy of the artist.
DRIFT, "Meadow," 2017, installation view at Superblue Miami, 2021, photo by Oriol Tarridas Photography.
Cydne Jasmin Coleby, "Disjointed Unity," 2021, acrylic fabric ink and collage on canvas, courtesy of Galerie Julien Cadet.
Courtesy of The Miami Beach EDITION.
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Whitewaller Miami 2021 is Your Guide to Miami Art Week

By Whitewaller

November 26, 2021

Can you believe? We’re back in Miami! After two years, Whitewaller returns to the city “where the heat is on,” for the triumphant comeback of Miami Art Week.

We are thrilled to have the brilliant Sarah Arison of Arison Arts Foundation once again as our guest editor, guiding you through a jam-packed week of arts, culture, and hopefully a bit of beach time if you can squeeze it in.

If we’re being honest, we probably won’t, but we suggest you do as we say not as we do. There’s a lot going on this week, and you can feel the excitement and anticipation in the air. Of course, we’ve got fairs like Art Basel in Miami Beach, Design Miami/, NADA, Untitled Art, and SCOPE. There are not-to-miss exhibitions taking place at PAMM, The Bass, ICA Miami, the Rubell Museum, Nina Johnson Gallery, and Faena Art. And new this year to many coming to the city is Superblue, the experiential art space with projects from James Turrell, Es Devlin, teamLab, and DRIFT.

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Dindga McCannon, "Woman #1," 1975–77, acrylic on canvas, 42 x 33 inches, from Fridman Gallery's presentation of early works by the artist in the Survey sector at Art Basel Miami Beach 2021. The sector is dedicated to galleries showcasing artistic practices of historical relevance. Image courtesy of the artist and Fridman Gallery.

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Courtesy of Southern Guild/Christof van der Walt.

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Cydne Jasmin Coleby, "Disjointed Unity," 2021, acrylic fabric ink and collage on canvas, courtesy of Galerie Julien Cadet.

A lot has happened in two years, so be sure to check out our lifestyle sections, where we’ve added a whole bunch of new restaurants, bars, hotels, and shops. We’ve got a special Miami Design District section, too, with some recently opened establishments you’ll want to check out.

Whitewaller Miami is your guide to the city this week, so bring us along with you, discover all of our special covers around town, download your digital copy HERE, and follow us on here and @whitewall.art for more digital coverage. Hoping we see you out there!

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DRIFT, "Meadow," 2017, installation view at Superblue Miami, 2021, photo by Oriol Tarridas Photography.

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Refik Anadol, “Quantum Memories,” new renderings, courtesy of the artist.

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Nyugen E. Smith, "Spirit Carrier No.7," 2016, assemblage (leather, rubber, plastic, wire, canvas, lace, beads, wood, fabric, synthetic hair, fur), 19 x 9 x 9 inches, courtesy of Sean Horton (Presents), New York.
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