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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.
November 30, 2022 - December 3, 2022
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. Under the curatorial direction of Maria Cristina Didero, exhibitors at this 2022 iteration have been tasked with finding inspiration in the curatorial theme “The Golden Age: Looking to the Future,” in an optimistic foreshadowing that follows the fair’s recent Basel edition, “The Golden Age: Rooted in the Past.”
“I selected the theme The Golden Age with the ambition of exploring how it might be applied across great scratches of human existence, from the distant past to our collective future. Design Miami/’s flagship fair at Miami Beach is always full of energy and optimism for the future,” said Didero. “At a time when human beings are challenged in unprecedented ways, I hope that the theme will offer a source of inspiration to imagine and shape a brighter future for human beings and our planet.”
Encompassed in the gallery presentations are names both new and returning, along with showcases of contemporary design and those highlighting noteworthy feats of historic design. Among these are shows like the debut of the Paris-based Galerie Negropontes; Philadelphia’s Moderne Gallery, highlighting vintage and contemporary American Studio design works; the exhibition of handcrafted furniture and objects “Inkundla,” by Cape Town’s Southern Guild; and a group show focused on innovative, sustainable, and restorative design titled “Material Shores,” which is on view with Sarah Myerscough Gallery from London.
Of Curio’s thought-provoking installations—which fairgoers can find situated throughout the fair’s main gallery booths—not to be missed are J. Lohmann Gallery’s “Curious Creatures” by Toni Losey and Ahryun Lee; the experiential work of Lily Clark with “Stroll Garden”; Aqua Creations, presenting “Light on Water”; and the wearable art of renowned creatives like Ai Weiwei, Giuseppe Penone, and Atelier Van Lieshout, presented by Elisabetta Cipriani.
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.
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.
In its 19th edition, the New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) Miami will feature more than 130 exhibitors, open from November 30—December 4.