Art Basel Miami Beach
December 1 - 3, 2022
Art Basel Miami is North America's most comprehensive international contemporary art fair. This year will celebrate its 20th anniversary on December 1 - 3, 2022, its largest show to date. Thousands of art dealers, artists, collectors and art aficionados will enjoy modern and contemporary art from 283 galleries from 38 countries.
Art Basel Miami Beach is one of only four Art Basel fairs in the world; the others are in Hong Kong, Paris and the founding fair in Basel, Switzerland. The Miami Beach Convention Center is divided into sections, each with its own curatorial focus:
Galleries: This is the main area or section, where 213 top galleries will show major works in all mediums.
Positions: This is where you’ll find 19 solo exhibitions by emerging international artists including Tonia Nneji, Leslie Martinez and Ishi Glinsky.
Nova: This year, Nova will showcase 22 presentations from 23 galleries. Artists include Los Angeles-based artists Anabel Juárez and Greg Ito in a dual installation; John Edmonds; Pinaree Sanpitak; Nikita Kadan; Julia Wachtel; Edgar Heap of Birds and emerging artists Erin Ggaadimitis Ivalu Gingrich and Robyn Tsinnajinnie.
Survey: In this sector, 17 galleries will present work created before the year 2000. Artists include Milford Graves, Dread Scott, Cuban artist Agustín Cárdenas, Japanese artist Ei-Q and Spanish artist Aurèlia Muñoz.
Edition: In this sector, 11 exhibitors will show prints and editioned works. Exhibitors include Cristea Roberts Gallery (London); Crown Point Press (San Francisco); Gemini G.E.L. (Los Angeles); Carolina Nitsch (New York); Pace Prints (New York); Paragon (London); Polígrafa Obra Gràfica (Barcelona); Susan Sheehan Gallery (New York); STPI (Singapore); Two Palms (New York); and ULAE (New York).
Information about the Meridians (large-scale projects) and Kabinett (curated selections by each gallery) sectors as well as 20th-anniversary highlights will be released closer to the event dates.
“Hall of Visions”
Artist: Pilar Zeta