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!
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.
Featured Image: Germane Barnes, Rock | Roll, Design District, 2022