The sixth edition of the international, curated art fair will be the biggest to date, bringing together 136 exhibitors from 26 different countries, presenting a diverse range of works by emerging and established artists from December 6 -10th.
Celebrating its sixth edition, Untitled, Miami Beach continues its commitment to presenting an ambitious and diverse program of special projects, limited editions, new collaborations with artist-run exhibition spaces and non-profit organizations, and the return of the popular Untitled, Radio. This year’s special programming highlights both historic and contemporary works, and reflects a number of strong curatorial themes that have grown out of the main show. The concepts explored in this year’s projects and programming are particularly relevant in relation to recent events and include notions of structure, shelter and national identity, to name a few.
“Untitled has always presented a dynamic range of programming and special projects to engage with our audience. We are very excited about this year’s projects as they are exemplary of Untitled’s mandate to highlight artists and of its inclusive approach that the fair has become known for.” states Manuela Mozo, Director “Materiality, specifically the use of recycled or found materials and the notion of structure and shelter, are prominent themes in this diverse and highly relevant program of artist projects presented for the sixth edition of Untitled, Miami Beach.” says Untitled, Miami Beach’s Artistic Director, Omar López-Chahoud Amanda Schmitt, Director of Programming and Development, continues, “Collaboration, performance, and transcending geographic boundaries are important elements seen in recent artistic practices. It was important for us to recognize this and incorporate it into the fair’s programming this year.”