It’s that time again…Do your research, make your travel plans, and map your itinerary for Miami Art Week. We’re here for you!
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Fresh Art International recommends these TOP STOPS:
Art Basel: Celebrating its 20th anniversary, this international art fair is on everyone’s list. MUST DO.
Design Miami: The 18th edition of Design Miami/, curated by Curatorial Director, Maria Cristina Didero contemplates the theme of The Golden Age: Looking to the Future, celebrating a tomorrow of our own creation.
Untitled Art Fair: We’ll miss presenting our daily podcast this year, but the beat goes on at Untitled, with great art and special programs throughout the week.
Bass Museum: Adrián Villas Rojas with Mariana Telleria present El fin de la imaginación (The End of Imagination) includes newly commissioned sculptural and installation works.
Rubell Museum: Exploring selections from the Rubell’s vast collection will take time.
Espacio 23: You Know Who You Are is a statement of confidence and resistance featuring Cuban art from the Peréz collection.
Mindy Solomon: Thrush Holmes presents Fuck Paradise, Holmes utilizes his candy colored floral motifs, muscle cars and female figures to present a vibrant artificial sense of the promised land.
Spinello Projects: Three solos for exceptional painters, including Alexandre Diop. The Franco-Senegalese artist currently based in Vienna, Austria, shows new works that uniquely combine abstraction and figuration.
Perez Art Museum: Leandro Erlich’s Liminal is not to be missed. On Dec 3, PAMM hosts Art at a Time Like This, a nonprofit arts organization, for 8 x 5: Artists and Justice, a panel discussion with thought leaders and artists about mass incarceration and inequalities in the justice system.
NADA : In the Ice Palace, one of our favorite fairs offers art, programs, and performances. We’re lured by the prospect of “boring white wall,” by Poncili Creación.
Locust Projects: Ecuadorian-born, Queens-based artist Ronny Quevedo presents ule ole allez, a new project that centers on play and community.
ICA Miami: Nina Chanel Abney’s Big Butch Energy installation reveals how gender perception and performance is inspired by the legacies of social ritual and visual culture.
Public Art: Rome Prize winner, architect-designer Germane Barnes created Rock|Roll as a celebration of the communities who have shaped Miami’s one-of-a-kind, polyethnic culture,
Prizm Art Fair: In its 10th year, the fair presents Vernacular À la Mode to explore how vernacular modes of artmaking originating in global African contexts have influenced the cultivation of fine art practice worldwide.
Boil, Toil + Trouble: Art in Common brings together environmental, spiritual, feminist, and political perspectives about how individuals, cities, and societies interpret, negotiate, and interact with water.
North/Little Haiti/Little River
Little Haiti Cultural Center: Global Borderless Caribbean XIV: Vernacular, Vènakilè, Asụsụ obodo: À la Mode. Get yourself there on Dec 2, for NOULA Basel 2022, a multimedia experience that unites the Haitian diaspora and allies through art, fashion, music, film, and food.
Nina Johnson: Natural imagery is the core subject of Nadia Ayari’s featured work in Eyelash in the Unknown. Raúl de Nieves introduces new wall works in The Book.
Public Art Installations Art Week 2022
Featured Image: Germane Barnes, Rock | Roll, Design District, 2022
Listen and learn from the archive with our Experts Guide to Miami Art Week, and our evergreen guide—a 10-step prep list for the week: Art Basel 101