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Here, Whitewaller Miami is giving you a list of the 12 things you won’t want to miss during Art Basel in Miami Beach next week.
Art Basel in Miami Beach
The 17th edition of Art Basel in Miami Beach brings together 268 galleries from 34 countries across North and South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. On view at the newly renovated Miami Beach Convention Center will be top modern and contemporary artworks from today’s leading artists.
Design Miami/ brings together 33 exhibitors this year. Design Miami/’s newest platform, Curio, returns with 11 participants. This year’s annual Design Miami/ Visionary Award goes to Pedro Reyes and Carla Fernández.
Untitled Art, Miami Beach
For its seventh edition, Untitled Art, Miami Beach returns to its sandy location at Ocean Drive and 12th Street. The international fair includes 133 exhibitors from 30 countries. A whopping 46 galleries will be presenting at the fair for the first time.
NADA Miami returns to Ice Palace Studios for its 16th edition, bringing together 125 exhibitors from 23 countries. The international fair includes 37 first-timers, as well as 26 project spaces, in addition to the NADA member participants.
Tomás Saraceno & Audemars Piguet
Audemars Piguet returns to the oceanfront lot across from Collins Park in Miami Beach to present Tomás Saraceno’s site-specific Albedo. The installation by the Berlin-based artist will be on view during Art Basel in Miami Beach December 5–9.
Judy Chicago at ICA Miami
“A Reckoning” is a major survey of Judy Chicago’s work that follows her transition from abstraction to figuration. The artist is a pioneer of the feminist movement, an iconic voice in the still male-dominated art world.
Ebony G. Patterson at PAMM
Ebony G. Patterson’s “. . . while the dew is still on the roses . . .” is the most significant exhibition of the artist’s work to date. Curated by Tobias Ostrander, the show includes work from the past several years, installed within an immersive night-garden environment.
The brainchild of Alan Faena, the inaugural Faena Festival will take place from December 3 to December 9. Zoe Lukov, Faena Art’s curator, has curated the programming of new commissions, films, talks, and performances. Installations and experiences will be on view and take place throughout the Faena District and Miami at large.
Stiltsville Fish Bar
Culinary duo Jeff McInnis and Janine Booth’s Stiltsville Fish Bar opened in Sunset Harbour as an ode to McInnis’s childhood in the Panhandle. With their enthusiasm for water activities like fishing and boating, the pair’s love of seafood triumphed.
The Webster, a luxury multi-brand retailer, is Miami’s best curated boutique, carrying over 200 designer brands including Chanel, Celine, Dior, Gucci, Valentino, Off-White, and many others. We recommend Beauty by La Bouche Rouge, Amélie Pichard accessories exclusive to The Webster, and the launch of Fausto Puglisi.
The Standard Spa, Miami Beach
The Standard Spa, Miami Beach on Belle Isle follows the boutique hotel group’s high standards in quality, comfort, artistic expression, and unique design. In addition to its 100 guest rooms, the location also offers an expansive spa, a bayside infinity pool, and its highly regarded restaurant—Lido Bayside Grill.
St. Roch Market
Will Donaldson and Barre Tanguis opened St. Roch Market in Miami, harnessing local talent to share food, conversation, and culture. With vendors like Coop, Dal Plin, Itamae, The Mayhaw, and Elysian Seafood, St. Roch Market also welcomes its visitors to a hub of menus and entrepreneurial-focused platforms.