Art Basel Miami Beach, UNTITLED, Dream, Satellite + NADA: a guide to Miami Art Week, Dec 5 -10

5 December 2017

It’s Miami Art Week and galleries from all over the world will descend upon the city, featuring exhibitions, edition works, large-scale installations, films, performances and outdoor events taking place across the city opening December 6 and running to December 10.

Below is a list of the main events taking place:

– Art Basel Miami Beach brings together an international line-up of galleries and artists, exhibiting at Miami Beach Convention Center running December 7 to 10, including Pilar Corrias showing Rachel Rose and Tschabalala Self, Freedman Fitzpatrick showing Jill Mulleady and Real Fine Arts showing Nicolas Ceccaldi.

– The sixth edition of UNTITLED Miami Beach opens at South Beach from December 6 to 10, with special projects from Esvin Alarcón Lam, Thiago Martins de Melo and Lucy + Jorge Orta among others. There are over 68 galleries, including SIGNAL, showing Meriem Bennani and Rachel Rossin; Steve Turner, showing Ann Hirsch and Yung Jake; and the artist-run immaterial art project Galerie will present a series of performances daily. Also check out Untitled, Radio which will host is a program of talks, interviews and roundtable discussions as well as sound art, performances, readings and curated playlists. 

– Started in 2015, Satellite was set up for young contributors, artist-run spaces and non-profits and is taking place in an abandoned hotel called Ocean Terrace, running December 7 to 10, with some contributors including Secret Project RobotThe Haunt Collective and Tempus Projects, among many others, as well as a program of performances and line up of live DJs and music.

John Edmonds and Esmaa Mohamoud (2017) Courtesy ltd Los Angeles

– The non-profit arts organisation NADA (The New Art Dealers Alliance) at Ice Palace Studios is running December 7 to 10. Among the huge line-up of galleries, some notable mentions include Downs & Ross, showing Nora Berman and Erin Jane Nelson; Ghebaly Gallery, showing Sayre Gomez and Kelly AkashiLoyal Gallery, showing Cheyenne Julien, and James Fuentes showing Amalia Ulman. There will also be Invisible-Exports, showing Vaginal DavisMartos Gallery, showing Alex Chaves and Jennie Jieun Lee, and ltd los angeles showing John Edmonds and Esmaa Mohamoud.

– Dream Miami is an online art fair that runs December 5 to 10, with some of this year’s contributors including The Composing Rooms, showing Michael Pybus; Barnies, showing Hannah Lees, and Temnikova & Kasela, showing Merike Estna.

Visit Art Basel Miami Beach, Untitled, Miami Beach, NADASatellite and Dream for more details.**

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What to look out for at Independent New York, NADA, The Armory Show this week, Mar 2 – 6

2 March 2017

There are a number of fairs happening in New York this week, including Independent New YorkNADA NY, and The Armory Show, running from March 2 to 6.

Outside of that there are some other things running concurrently, including Art Basel-begun and “rigorously curated, boutique event” VOLTA NY, SPRING/BREAK Art Show, and Paul Kneale + Toby Ziegler’s After Image at Cassina Projects, which started on February 28 and is running to April 15.

Below are some artists and exhibitors to look out for, if you’re headed to any, or all of the main events: 

Independent New York @ Spring Studios Tribeca

For Independent New York, there’s a group presentation at New York’s 315 Gallery, with Amy Brener, Henry Lucien Barrett, and Cecilia Salama among them, as well as booth featuring Hal Fischer, Juliana Huxtable and DIS at London’s Project Native InformantKelly Akashi and Neïl Beloufa are a couple of the artists showing with Los Angeles’ Ghebaly Gallery, and Darja Bajagić features at London’s Carlos/Ishikawa

Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, Martos Gallery and C L E A R I N G are also showing, while Los Angeles’ Freedman Fitzpatrick has a number from its typically excellent artist roster, including Mathis Altmann, Matthew Lutz-Kinoy, Tobias Madison, Das Institut & Allison Katz, Lucie Stahl, Shimabuku, Hannah Weinberger and more. 

NADA NY @ Skylight Clarkson North

At NADA New York there’ll be a solo presentation by Jacolby Satterwhite at Los Angeles’ Moran Bondaroff, Siebren Versteeg at bitforms, as well as Signal in New York, and Moscow-based video art collective AES+F presented by New York’s Transfer Gallery in collaboration with Bucharest’s Mobius Gallery. 

Other booths to take note of include Toronto’s Cooper Cole, San Francisco’s Capital Gallery and  Et los angeles and Night Gallery, as well as Guatemala’s Proyectos Ultravioleta, Brussels’ Super Dakota, and Ed. Varie.

The Armory Show @Piers 92 & 94

Meanwhile, The Armory Show will have Joshua Citarella and Evan Roth from London’s Carroll/Fletcher, Recycle Group from Suzanne Tarasieve,  Jo-ey Tang and Carlos Reyes at Galerie Joseph Tang from Paris, as well as Nevine Mahmoud for M+B, Los Angeles.

Also presenting artists are Honor Fraser, The Breeder, Various Small Fires, Arratia Beer, Bodega, Arcade, Nicodim Gallery, Galerie Sultana and more.**

Independent New York, NADA, and The Armory Show are on concurrently in New York, running March 2 to 6, 2017.

Jo-ey Tang, Like An Intruder, The Speaker Removes His Cap (2014). Installation view. (2014). Photo by Ana Drittani. Courtesy Galerie Joseph Tang, Paris.
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Art Basel Miami Beach recommendations, Dec 1 – 4

30 November 2016

The 2016 edition of Art Basel Miami Beach will take over various locations across the Florida city, running December 1 to 4.

The event brings together 269 galleries, as well as a film program, set of talks, performance and large-scale work.

Kicking off the weekend will be a number of free to attend events, including the Life and Death Party at Little River Studios organised by labels PL0T + III Points Present featuring Ame, Job Jobse, HVOB live, Prins Thomas, and Young Marco + more.

The Untitled. Miami Beach art fair is happening alongside, that includes a roster of ‘Special Projects’ including Do We Dream Under the Same Sky by artists Tomas Vu and Rirkrit Tiravanija, while Kult of Konsciousness at Fringe Projects Miami 2016 

The ongoing online project Dream Fair will be live on November 29, and host galleries Exile, Future Gallery, Hollybush Gardens and Limoncello among others. SP15 is presenting Kult of Konsciouscness as part of Fringe Projects Miami 2016, and the An Image group exhibition is running at ArtCenter South Florida.

The nonprofit organisation New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) will also run alongside, featuring: Alex Ito @ Springsteen, Cristine Brache + Jimmy Wright @ Fierman GalleryAmy Garofano @ GoodweatherMax Ruf @ Union PacificAnn Hirsch, Brian Kokoska and Vanessa Gully Santiago @ American Medium and Vikky Alexander and Sara Cwynar @ Cooper Cole Gallery.

See some of our gallery recommendations below:

Kaspar Müller Société 

Group exhibition @ Pilar Corrias

Maggie Lee @ Real Fine Arts 

Kelly Akashi and Patrick Jackson @ Ghebaly Gallery

Amy Yao and Lena Daly @ Various Small Fires

Kult of Konsciousness at Fringe Projects Miami 2016, Dec 3

See the Miami Basel website for the full programme and more details.**

Life and Death Party (2016). Promotional image. Courtesy of Little River Studios, Miami.
Life and Death Party (2016). Promotional image. Courtesy of Little River Studios, Miami.
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Frieze New York 2016 recommendations, May 5 – 8

2 May 2016

Frieze New York is running May 5 to 8, with a number of projects, talks and exhibitors converging around the main exhibition, along with fringe and off-site events, including NADA and the Off Vendome gallery share, as well as Dream Fair running online concurrently from May 3.

Below are some recommendations inside and outside the official Frieze programme in New York over the coming three days and beyond:



dépendance, Seventeen, Société, The Third Line, The Breeder, Truth and Consequences, Clifton Benevento, Freedman Fitzpatrick, Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, High Art, Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler, Mathew Gallery, Martos Gallery, Night Gallery, Overduin & Co., Peres Projects, Pilar Corrias, Antenna Space


Anthea Hamilton, David Horvitz and Heather Phillipson.



American Medium, bitforms gallery, Bodega, Cooper Cole, Hester, ICA, Glasgow International, Invisible-Exports, Ltd. Los Angeles, Minerva, Space in Between, Spinello, Tomorrow Gallery


SPF15, Daata Editions, Et Al., Evelyn Yard, Kimberley-Klark, Public Exhibitions, Shoot the Lobster, Transfer Gallery



Chewday’s, Bridget Donahue, Jenny’s, Galerie Max Mayer, Real Fine Arts



Galerie Allen, Arcadia Missa, Galerie Emanuel Layr, Exile, Grey Noise, LambdaLambdaLambda, Limoncello, Rob Tufnell, Sabot, Galeria Stereo, SVIT


Monica Devertebrae @ La Caverna, May 5

Ghe20g0th1k x Play With My Pussy @ AVIV, May 6

Mykki Blanco & Friends @ Good Room, May 6


American Medium, bitforms, Silvershed + Postmasters @ Bowery Storefront, May 3

Return Policy @ Howard Street, May 5

Borna Sammak, Town Crier @ American Medium, May 7 


Cally Spooner On False Tears and Outsourcing @ New Museum

Priscilla Jeong + Rob Chavasse @ Interstate Projects**

Header image: Cooper Jacoby, Stagnants (2016). Installation view. Courtesy Mathew Gallery, Berlin.

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Miami Art Week, Dec 1 – 6

2 December 2015

It’s December, which means the art (and art-adjacent) crowd takes over the US coastal city, with Art Basel and other events surrounding it at various locations throughout the city between December 1 and 6.

The biggest of the three fairs, Art Basel, runs between December 2 and 6 with over 250 international galleries showing modern and contemporary art, including Berlin’s Contemporary Fine Arts, New York’s Galerie Lelong, and Lisson Gallery, as well as Daniel Keller and Guan Xiao with Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler.

Picks from on the fringe include the Spirit Your Mind group exhibition, hosted by Chalet Society, the Littlest Sister “faux invitational art fair” at Spinello Projects and  Martine Syms‘ NITE LIFE exhibition at Locust Projects.

Other art fair alternatives include NADA (New Art Dealers Alliance), running December 3 to 5, and and PULSE Contemporary Art Fair, running from December 1 to 5, with their own list of (sometimes overlapping) galleries and their talent, including C L E A R I N GTemnikova & Kasela Gallery, and The Sunday Painter at NADA, and Transfer Gallery and Faith Holland at PULSE, plus more.

See the respective sites for details. **


Header image: Marko Mäetamm, ‘Deer’ (2012). Courtesy Temnikova & Kasela Gallery, Tallinn.

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Frieze New York 2015, May 14 – 17

13 May 2015

Frieze Art Fair New York is back for another round in the US city, running from May 14 to 17.

As always, the fair brings a dizzying slew of exhibitors and events. And for all its union labour woes (now resolved), it always brings some great emerging artists looking to break into the art world.

This year, exhibitors include: Berlin’s Croy Nielsen (with Olga Balema, Marlie Mul and Sebastian Black, among others); Real Fine Arts (with Yuji Agematsu); C L E A R I N G (with Harold Ancart and Calvin Marcus, as well as Korakrit Arunanondchai); The Breeder (with Andreas Angelidakis); The Third Line (with Sophia Al-Maria); Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler (with Katja Novitskova, Slavs and Tatars, and Guan Xiao); and Temnikova & Kasela (with Kris Lemsalu).

Happening alongside the exhibitions are a series of talks (including Next Top Models: New Forms of Artists’ Collectives on May 14 with Abdullah Al-Mutairi (of GCC) and Dena Yago (of K-HOLE), hosted by Alex Provan).

Also taking simultaneously taking place is the annual NADA, bringing in exhibitors like Smart Objects (with Michael Manning), Evelyn Yard (with Héctor Arce-Espasas and Paul Kneale), and The Sunday Painter with Leo Fitzmaurice.

See the Frieze website and the NADA website for details. **

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NADA Miami Beach 2014, Dec 4 – 7

3 December 2014
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