As you would have seen in my last blog post here. Art Basel Miami Beach recently announced that this year’s fair is the largest edition ever. In today’s post, I am here to share that Art Miami, Miami’s longest running contemporary and modern art fair, has revealed its 2022 exhibitor list and there will be a lot to see! Art Miami is welcoming more than 155 galleries from 17 countries in Europe, Asia, Latin America, India, the Middle East, and the United States.
This year, visitors will take in works from more than 600 artists showcasing thousands of works. Known for its diversity, the fair provides “established and budding collectors the opportunity to acquire a vast array of iconic works from renowned modern masters and blue-chip contemporary works, as well as the most sought-after living artists.”
Worth noting is that Art Miami supports Miami local’s institutions with the VIP Preview, benefiting the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM). This is the 12th consecutive year that PAMM has been the exclusive VIP Preview benefactor, and the fair has cumulatively donated more than $300,000 to further the museum’s collection and mission.
Art Miami—along with its sister fair, CONTEXT Art Miami—begins with an invitation-only VIP Preview on November 29, and the fair runs through December 4.
Art Miami continues to be held at the prestigious waterfront location of One Herald Plaza on Biscayne Bay, nestled between the Venetian and MacArthur Causeways in the heart of Downtown Miami.
Opening Night Platinum VIP Preview: Tuesday, Nov 29: 4:30–6:30 p.m.
Opening Night VIP Preview: Tuesday, Nov 29: 6:30–10 p.m.
General Admission: Wednesday, Nov 30 to Saturday, Dec 3: 11 a.m.–7 pm; Sunday, Dec 4: 11 a.m.–6 p.m.
Tickets will go on sale 45 days prior to the opening of Art Miami and are available for purchase at www.artmiami.com.
Here are just a few of the exhibitors:
3 Punts Galeria Barcelona | A Lighthouse called Kanata Tokyo | Adelson Galleries Palm Beach | Aldo Castillo Naples | Allouche Gallery New York | Altamira Fine Art Jackson | Alzueta Gallery Barcelona | ammann//gallery Cologne | Andrea Schwartz Gallery San Francisco | Andreas Binder Gallery Munich | Arcature Fine Art Palm Beach | Archeus/Post Modern London | Art Angels Los Angeles | Art of the World Gallery Houston | Arthur Roger Gallery New Orleans | Artpark Jongno-gu | Ascaso Gallery Miami | Atelier Aki Seoul | Aurora Vigil-Escalera Art Gallery Gijón | Avant Gallery Miami | Barbara Paci Galleria d’Arte Pietrasanta | Berengo Studio Murano | Bernice Steinbaum Gallery Miami | BOCCARA ART Miami | Boccara Gallery New York | Bogena Galerie Saint Paul de Vence | Bruno Art Group Tel Aviv | Burgess Modern + Contemporary Fort Lauderdale | C. Grimaldis Gallery Baltimore | Casterline Goodman Aspen | Catalyst Contemporary Baltimore | Cavalier Ebanks Galleries Greenwich | Cernuda Arte Coral Gables | Chase Contemporary New York | Cheryl Numark Fine Art Washington DC | Clark Gallery Lincoln | Contessa Gallery Palm Beach | Coral Contemporary Gallery Miami | Corridor Contemporary Tel Aviv | Cortesi Gallery Lugano | Cynthia Corbett Gallery London | David Benrimon Fine Art New York | David Lusk Gallery Memphis | Dean Project Miami | Diana Lowenstein Miami | Donghwa Ode Gallery New York | DTR Modern Gallery New York
The impressive full list is available on their website.
If you are curious about art or (like me) you want to learn more, my approach is to look up some of the artists and read about them and their craft. I like to start by searching for artists in cities that I love and see where that takes me!
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