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Art Basel’s “OVR: Miami Beach” launches this week, featuring 255 presenters from 30 countries and territories.
December 2, 2020 - December 6, 2020
Art Basel’s “OVR: Miami Beach” launches this week, featuring 255 presenters from 30 countries and territories. Fairgoers can explore and purchase nearly 2,500 works in the online viewing room through presentations focused on the Americas, also enjoying a roster of events like virtual talks and museum tours.
Online visitors can expect to find works dating from 1900 through the current day, including both solo presentations and group shows of artists like Anna Maria Maiolino, Faith Wilding, Regina José Galindo, Bagus Pandega, Simone Leigh, Tracey Emin, and Theaster Gates. 26 first-time galleries include names like SMAC Art Gallery, Shulamit Nazarian, Galeria Kogan Amaro, Bank, Maia Contemporary, Fernando Pradilla, and Matthew Brown Los Angeles. Virtual attendees will also recognize the names of many returning exhibitors, like Richard Gray, Hauser & Wirth, White Cube, ROH Projects, Gemini G.E.L., blank projects, and Prometeo Gallery Ida Pisani.
Highlights in the Conversations programming includes talks surrounding themes like “50 Years of Art Basel: the 2000s,” “Voices from Miami,” and “Moving Forward in a Time of Uncertainty,” which is a three-part series by Edward Winkleman. Participants should also look out for “10 artists | 10 films” developed by Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel, a virtual breakfast in the park with Jeffrey Gibson presented by the Frost Art Museum, and The Bass’s online panel with the artist Abraham Cruzvillegas.
The beachside art experience of SCOPE Miami Beach returns to its bespoke exhibition space on the sands of South Beach at Ocean Drive and 8th Street for the fair’s 21st edition.
Under the care of artistic director Omar López-Chahoud, Untitled Art returns to Miami Beach at Ocean Drive and 12th Street for its 11th edition, where more than 140 galleries and art spaces will be in attendance, representing 31 countries.
During its 2022 edition, which will take place at Ice Palace Studios, the New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) is celebrating both its 20th edition in Miami and two decades since the fair’s inception.
This year Design Miami/ returns to the city’s Pride Park, where its 18th edition will see the best of the design world represented by 50 gallery and Curio shows.
For the 20th anniversary of Art Basel Miami Beach, the fair is presenting its largest edition thus far, welcoming 283 galleries from 38 countries and territories at the Miami Beach Convention Center.
Art Basel in Miami Beach is back in-person at the Miami Beach Convention Center with a hybrid format made of over 250 gallery presentations.
Untitled, Art Miami Beach returns under the direction of Omar López-Chahoud, presenting its largest and most international edition to date.
The 17th edition of Design Miami/ returns at Pride Park, showcasing 20th- and 21st-century design from top galleries around the world.