Last year’s indie newcomer delivered a welcome beachside oasis in its airy, K/R-designed tent. It returns this year with more than twice the number of exhibitors, at 97 in total. Not a “come here and hang your wares” type of fair, as founder Jeff Lawson describes it, the selection undergoes consideration on what
The self-touting “premier anchor fair” of Miami Art Week is now in its 24th year, with Modern and contemporary works from 125 international galleries. 3101 NE First AvenueTuesday December 3 – Sunday December 8For more information, please visit www.art-miami.com/
Miami Project, created by the teams behind Texas Contemporary and the artMRKTs of San Francisco and the Hamptons, returns to Miami’s Wynwood District for its second year. The 2013 edition will host 56 galleries including second-timers DC Moore Gallery and ZieherSmith, and newbies Yossi Milo and Western Project.NE First Avenue
Scope Miami is moving over the causeway from midtown Miami to a series of tents near the ocean in South Beach. The new location is in its own dedicated 70,000-square foot pavilion, boasting an outdoor beach lounge and views of the ocean. The official “VH1 + SCOPE” party on December
Visit Frieze London in October and take part in the contemporary art event of the year. Celebrating its tenth edition, the fair presents over 170 of the most interesting galleries working today from Berlin to New York and London to Tokyo.In addition to being able to see and buy art
In its fourteen years, The Armory Show has become an international institution, and every March, artists, galleries, collectors, critics and curators from all over the world make New York City their destination. The concept of a week of arts-related events grew organically, and was formalized with the support of the city in 2009.