Spinello Projects | ​GROUNDED

GROUNDED, a sprawling multimedia group show featuring artists, Eddie Arroyo, Franky Cruz, Francisco De La Torre, Cara Despain, Raheleh Filsoofi, Nash Glynn, Sinisa Kukec, Kunst, Najja Moon, Jared McGriff, Reginald O'Neal, Michelle ​Lisa ​Polissaint, Juana Valdes, Clara Varas, Pioneer Winter, Agustin​a​ Woodgate, and Antonia Wright, curated by Anthony Spinello.  

Exhibition through January 20, 2020.

Spinello Projects
Gesamtkunstwerk Building
2930 NW 7th Avenue

Miami, FL 33127

Locust Projects  | Trenton Doyle Hancock: I Made a Mound City in Miami Dade County

The heroic adventures of Torpedo Boy and his battles in the Moundverse continue at Locust Projects this fall with a new site-specific installation by Houston-based artist Trenton Doyle Hancock. This is Hancock’s first large scale solo exhibition since opening his major survey, Mind of the Mound: Critical Mass, at MASS MoCA in March 2019. The exhibition will open with a public opening on Sunday, November 17 from 1-3pm.

Hancock tells the story of the Mounds (gentle hybrid plant-like creatures) protected by Torpedo Boy, and their enemies, the Vegans (mutants who consume tofu and spill Mound blood every chance they get). These narratives--told through paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints, video and installation--explore good and evil, authority, race, class, moral relativism, politics and religion, as well as making unapologetic nods to comic books, illustrations, animations, horror films, and toys.

November 16, 2019 - February 08, 2020

Opening Reception

Sunday, November 17, 2019. 1:00pm-3:00pm

Meet the Artist: Miami Art Week Reception

Tuesday, December 03, 2019. 7:00pm-8:30pm


Locust Projects 

3852 North Miami Avenue, Miami Fl 33127

Primary Projects  |  Self-preservation (with or without applause)

group exhibition organized by A.G. featuring works by Theodora Allen, Christopher Culver, A.G., Victoria Fu, Beatriz Olabarrieta, Tony Matelli, John Riepenhoff, Torbjørn Rødland, Amanda Ross-Ho, Ed Ruscha, and Sara VanDerBeek. The works in the exhibition, spanning painting, photography, sculpture, video, and neon, function much like self-aware vessels encapsulating portraits of the anxieties related to acknowledgment, self-care, validation, time, defense and, collectively, self-preservation.

As part of the exhibition, A.G. writes:

I heard a rumor when I was young that Walt Disney had his head cryogenically frozen. At the time I thought it was odd and egotistical, and quite presumptuous. As an adult, it makes sense. The "magic" that Walt fabricated, and is still being fabricated by the Disney conglomerate today, was, indeed, fabricated. What that implies is that the magic one feels was willed by another's desire to will it. There is a grand shadow that looms, mischievously tormenting, much like Peter Pan's own shadow, transcendent of its ability to be categorized as either benevolent or malevolent. Much like Peter Pan, the Lost Boys, and Walt himself, mortality, time, and maintenance are ever paramount, no matter how much pixie dust we use in our skincare regimen.

Opens: Monday December 2, 2019 at 5 PM

Primary Projects

15 NE 39th St Miami 33137

Nina Johnson  |  Nevine Mahmoud: Bella donna

Bella donna, an exhibition of new sculptural works by Nevine Mahmoud, opening on November 9th with a public reception (7-9pm), and remaining on view until January 4th. Taking place in the downstairs gallery and courtyard, the intimate exhibition is centered around a major outdoor sculpture: a 300-pound cherry made of hand-polished Portuguese marble. Topped with a 10 foot-tall stem springing into the sky, the gleaming fruit holds court like an impossible detail of a Renaissance still life. 

November 9th - January 4th

Nina Johnson  |  Nevine Mahmoud: Bella donna

Nina Johnson

6315 NW 2nd Ave Miami, Florida 33150

Fredric Snitzer Gallery  | Tomas Esson

December 1, 2019 - January 19, 2020

Opening Reception for the Artist:
Thursday, December 5, 7-9pm

Fredric Snitzer Gallery

1540 NE Miami Ct, Miami, FL 33132

Tile Blush | Deon Rubi 13

13 (thirteen) is the natural number following 12 and preceding 14. Strikingly folkloric aspects of the number 13 have been noted in various cultures around the world: one theory is that this is due to the cultures employing lunar-solar calendars (there are approximately 12.41 lunations per solar year, and hence 12 "true months" plus a smaller and often portentous, thirteenth month)

NOV. 30 2019 - JAN. 18, 2020

Tile Blush

8375 NE 2nd Ave. Miami, FL 33138

Emerson Dorsch‎  |  Mette Tommerup: Love, Ur

Mette Tommerup has produced an installation designed to create a kind of enveloping, unbounded and psychologically charged space that evokes the primal and often inchoate sensations that linger just beneath our rational consciousness.

NOVEMBER 29, 2019 - JANUARY 18, 2020

Emerson Dorsch

5900 NW 2nd Ave., Miami, Florida 33127

Superchief Gallery | THE DEATH OF THE PRESENT

Superchief Gallery and Mana Decentralized present the grand opening of THE DEATH OF THE PRESENT, an occupation and exhibition of several Mana Wynwood spaces between 24th St and 5th Ave.

The Decentralized gallery marks the first commercial gallery space by Mana Contemporary, in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District.
The inaugural exhibition is presented in partnership with Superchief Gallery, reflecting the community they have built over the years and featuring new works of pop-Surrealism by Parker Day, Shintaro Kago, Michael Marras, Paolo Puck, Lauren YS, and many more.

3–5PM: VIP Preview
6–8PM: VIP Opening

10AM–10PM: Gallery Open Hours
8PM–4AM: Secret Headliner at 555 NW 24th St

10AM–10PM: Gallery Open Hours
5PM–8PM: Ron English’s Miami Popmart (501 NW 24th St)
8PM–4AM: LSDXOXO at 555 NW 24th St

10AM–10PM: Gallery Open Hours
8PM–4AM: NAAFI at 555 NW 24th St

10AM–6PM: Gallery Open Hours
8PM–4AM: Concert at 555 NW 24th St

Robert Fontaine Gallery | Anthony Lister | Woke up on fire

Woke Up on Fire,  an exhibition of 15 large scale paintings explore the artist’s ongoing interest and romance with the Myths and the cultural significance of Super Heroes.  In Lister’s newest body of work,  the artist captures the human connection, and our collective fascination with Heroes and Villains; good and evil, and the power they hold metaphorically.  Comprised of bold gestures, drips, smears, and comic book colors the painted subjects float on stark white backgrounds as if to be idealized like historical figures hanging in the halls of powerful institutions.   The canvases include a type of iconography, relating to each mythologized figure. The words and poetic language compositionally float on the  canvas,  giving the viewer a raw glimpse into the artist’s thinking, and creative process of working and reworking, mapping the painting,  shaping the identity and developing the narrative. These verbal markers are like that of a surgeon’s notations on human skin, or a mad scientist whose thoughts of an idea run unstoppable across a chalk board as a stream of thinking toward an ultimate place of clarity and resolve.

The exhibit will be on view November 28 through December 8.

​The opening reception will be held Wednesday, December 4 from 7p.m. to 10 p.m.

Robert Fontaine Gallery

2750 N.W. 3rd Avenue Unit 22

Miami, FL 33127

Rubell Family Collection | Art of Past 50 Years

Presenting Unparalleled Journey through Contemporary Art of Past 50 Years 


The Rubell Museum announced that its new campus will open on December 4, 2019 with a museum-wide installation of works that chronicle key artists, moments, and movements in vital arts centers over the past 50 years, from the East Village to Beijing, Los Angeles to Leipzig, and São Paulo to Tokyo. The inaugural exhibition encompasses more than 300 works by 100 artists, providing one of the most far-ranging museum exhibitions of contemporary art ever presented. Drawn entirely from their expansive collection of over 7,200 works by more than 1,000 artists, the exhibition features defining and seminal works by artists whom the Rubells championed as they were first emerging (often becoming the first collectors to acquire their work) and those who had been overlooked. The new Rubell Museum is located in the Allapattah neighborhood of Miami, less than a mile from its original home in Wynwood. The new space is closer to downtown and readily accessible via public transportation. 

Opening Wednesday December 4, 2019  


Rubell Family Collection

1100 NW 23 ST, Miami, FL 33127

PAMM | Teresita Fernández: Elemental

Teresita Fernández: Elemental offers visitors an unparalleled opportunity to experience numerous works by one of the nation’s leading contemporary artists. The exhibition tells the story of a creator who, through her practice, reflects and challenges perceptions of the natural world and the U.S. social order, and asks viewers to contemplate their roles with those spaces. The retrospective will introduce visitors to the artist’s large-scale sculptures, installations, and mixed media works that merge formal and conceptual aspects of her practice through the use of natural materials and the historic genre of landscape to reinterpret relationships between nature, history, and identity.

Oct. 18, 2019 – Feb. 9, 2020

Tuesday Dec 3rd: Art Talk: Teresita Fernández

Join artist Teresita Fernández, PAMM Director Franklin Sirmans, PAMM Associate Curator María Elena Ortiz, and Seattle Art Museum Director Amada Cruz for a special conversation centered on themes present throughout Teresita Fernández: Elemental. Immediately following the panel Fernández will sign copies of the exhibition catalogue.

PAMM  |  Pérez Art Museum Miami

1103 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL 33132


In the Cone of Uncertainty foregrounds Haegue Yang’s (b. 1971, Seoul) consistent curiosity about the world and tireless experimentation with materializing the complexity of identities in flux. Living between Seoul and Berlin, Yang employs industrially produced quotidian items, digital processes, and labor-intensive craft techniques. She mobilizes and enmeshes complex, often personal, histories and realities vis-à-vis sensual and immersive works by interweaving narrative with form. Often evoking performative, sonic and atmospheric perceptions with heat, wind and chiming bells, Yang’s environments appear familiar, yet engender bewildering experiences of time and place.

The exhibition presents a selection of Yang’s oeuvre spanning the last decade – including window blind installations, anthropomorphic sculptures, light sculptures, and mural-like graphic wallpaper – taking its title from an expression of the South Florida vernacular, that describes the predicted path of hurricanes. Alluding to our eagerness and desperation to track the unstable and ever-evolving future, this exhibition addresses current anxieties about climate change, overpopulation and resource scarcity. Framing this discourse within a broader consideration of movement, displacement and migration, the exhibition contextualizes contemporary concerns through a trans-historical and philosophical meditation of the self.

NOV 2,2019-APR 5,2020



The Bass Museum of Art

2100 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139

ICA Miami | Sterling Ruby

ICA Miami presents the first comprehensive museum survey of American/Dutch artist Sterling Ruby.

The exhibition features over 100 works that demonstrate the relationship between material transformation in Ruby’s practice and the rapid evolution of contemporary culture, institutions, and labor. Spanning more than two decades of the artist’s career, the exhibition features an array of works created in various mediums, from his renowned ceramics and paintings to lesser-known drawings and installations.

Nov 7, 2019 – Feb 2, 2020

Yayoi Kusama’s All the Eternal Love I Have for the Pumpkins in the Miami Design District, marking the first time that one of Kusama’s signature “Infinity Mirror Rooms” will be on view in Miami.

On view from October 12, 2019 through January 31, 2020, the work features a mesmerizing array of Kusama’s signature spotted pumpkins within a mirror-lined room illuminated with LED lighting. 

Tuesday, Dec 3, 2019. 7pm Members Reception. 8pm Opening Night

First Fridays Dec 7, program featuring Moor Mother, DJ Haram, and more. 


ICA Miami

Institute of Contemporary Art

61 NE 41st St, Miami, Florida 33137


Tauba Auerbach, Hernan Bas, Walead Beshty, Mark Bradford, Joe Bradley, Dan Colen, Martin Creed, Aaron Curry, Salvador Dalí, Peter Doig,Tomm El-Saieh, Isa Genzken, Félix González-Torres, Mark Grotjahn, Jennifer Guidi, Wade Guyton, Guyton/Walker, Rachel Harrison, Arturo Herrera, Jim Hodges, Thomas Houseago, Alex Israel, Israel/Smith, Rashid Johnson, Alex Katz, Martin Kippenberger, Wifredo Lam, Glenn Ligon, Michael Linares, Nate Lowman, Adam McEwen, Ana Mendieta, Albert Oehlen, Paulina Olowska, Gabriel Orozco, Laura Owens, Jorge Pardo, Seth Price, Rob Pruitt, Sterling Ruby, Dana Schutz, Josh Smith, Reena Spaulings, Rudolf Stingel, Rufino Tamayo, Cosima von Bonin, Kelley Walker, Christopher Wool.


Admission free: Including lectures, events, and all educational programs


de la Cruz Collection

23 NE 41st St, Miami


In celebration of Miami Art Week 2019, the Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami (MOCA) will present the first major U.S. solo exhibition of influential Chilean-born artist Cecilia Vicuña. “About to Happen” traces Vicuña’s career-long commitment to exploring discarded and displaced materials, peoples, and landscapes in a time of global climate change,

“Cecilia Vicuña: About to Happen” is comprised of Vicuña’s multidisciplinary work in performance, sculpture, drawing, video, text, and site-specific installations created over 40 years. Reframing dematerialization as both a formal consequence of 1960s conceptualism and radical climate change, the exhibition examines a process that shapes public memory and responsibility. Operating fluidly between concept and craft, text and textile, Vicuña’s practice merges dissimilar disciplines and communities with shared relationships to land and sea, and to the economic and environmental disparities of the 21st century.

November 26, 2019 – March 29, 2020

Public Reception with the artist: Thursday, December 5, 8-11pm

Saturday, December 7: Cecilia Vicuña performance, followed by a conversation with the artist and co-curators Andrea Andersson The Helis Foundation Chief Curator of Visual Arts at the CAC, and Julia Bryan-Wilson, Professor, University of California, Berkeley

General Admission: $10.00. Students & Seniors: $3.00


MOCA The Museum of Contemporary Art

770 NE 125th Street North Miami, Florida 33161


Faena Festival During Miami Art Week (December 2-8, 2019): The Last Supper.
To Feature Seminal Works, New Commissions, Installations, Films, and Performances by Sophia Al-Maria, Yael Bartana, Myrlande Constant, Gabriel Chaile, Jim Denevan, Camille Henrot, Zhang Huan, The Propeller Group, Christian Jankowski, Jumana Manna, Jillian Mayer, Ana Mendieta, Pedro Neves Marques, Emeka Ogboh, Grethell Rasúa, Faith Ringgold, Martha Rosler, Jamilah Sabur and Osías Yanov and Lulo Demarco.

Supper Series Includes Culinary Activations and Shared Meals by Jim Denevan, Lunafridge, and Francis Mallmann and Paul Qui.

Running from December 2 through 8, 2019, the Faena Festival: The Last Supper is an exploration of spirituality and food, abundance and sacrifice, indulgence and abstinence, and archetypal symbolism and contemporary aesthetics.

The Last Supper will include: new commissions by Sophia Al-Maria, Gabriel Chaile, Myrlande Constant, Emeka Ogboh, Osías Yanov and Jamilah Sabur; installations by Camille Henrot, Zhang Huan, and The Propeller Group; an LED billboard boat on the waterways of Miami, which will serve as a platform for mobile video installations by Jillian Mayer and Ana Mendieta; a Cinema Series with  nightly screenings by Yael Bartana, Christian Jankowski, Jumana Manna, Pedro Neves Marques, Grethell Rasúa, and Martha Rosler; and a Supper Series, featuring culinary activations and shared meals by Jim Denevan, Lunafridge, and Francis Mallmann and Paul Qui, among others. All programs will be free and open to the public.

The Last Supper will feature seminal works and newly-commissioned installations and performances by renowned and emerging artists throughout the Faena District:

From Tuesday 3rd until Sunday 8th
11:00 AM – 10:00 PM / Myrlande Constant, Gabriel Chaile (Faena Hotel)
12:00 PM – 6:00 PM / Mobile Video Installations on the Boat: Janine Antoni, Ana Mendieta, Osías Yanov & Lulo Demarco, Jamilah Sabur, Jillian Mayer (Faena Beach Waterfront)
12:00 PM – 10:00 PM / Zhang Huan, Emeka Ogboh, Jim Denevan (Faena Beach)
6:00 PM – 10:00 PM / Open Air Cinema (Faena Beach 34th st)

Tuesday 3rd
11:00 AM – 10:00 PM / Sophia Al-Maria, The Propeller Group, Camille Henrot (Faena Forum)

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM / Talk Series: Taste the Spirit. A conversation with Zoe Lukov and participating artists from the Faena Festival (Mammoth Garden, Faena Hotel)
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM / Talk Series: The Last Supper, Contemporary Practices That Alter History, with Chloe Wise moderated by José Diaz (Screening Room, Faena Hotel).
5:30 PM – 6:00 PM / Special Communion Ceremony: Emeka Ogboh (Path of the Warrior, Faena Hotel)
6:00 PM – 7:00 PM / Open Air Cinema: Pedro Neves Marques, Grethell Rasúa, Antonia Wright, Yael Bartana (Faena Beach)
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM / Supper Series: Francis Mallmann & Paul Qui (Faena Beach)

Wednesday 4th

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM / Talk Series: Welcome to the Supper Club. Talk and book launch with Elia Alba, Sara Reisman and Juana Valdez (Screening Room, Faena Hotel)
6:00 PM – 7:00 PM / Open Air Cinema: Grethell Rasúa, Antonia Wright, Baraka, Jamilah Sabur (Faena Beach)
8:00 PM – 10:00 PM / 2020 Visionfeast: Dinner by Lunafridge (Faena Beach)

Thursday 5th
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM / Women In The World Conference & Brunch with Michele Wallace, Tina Brown, Saskia Niño De Rivera, Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani. Key Note Speaker: Faith Ringgold (Faena Forum)
12:30 PM – 5:30 PM /Christian Jankowski, Martha Rosler (Screening Room, Faena Hotel)
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM / Talk Series: Breaking Bread and Spiritual Emancipation with Kennedy Yanko and David Antonio Cruz. Moderated by Tiana Webb Evans (Mammoth Garden, Faena Hotel)
5:30 PM – 6:00 PM / Special Bread-Baking Ceremony: Gabriel Chaile (Path of Warrior, Faena Hotel)
5:30 PM – 6:30 PM / Faith Ringgold (Screening Room, Faena Hotel)
6:00 PM – 7:30 PM / Open Air Cinema: Grethell Rasúa, Antonia Wright, Yael Bartana, Jamilah Sabur (Faena Beach)

Friday 6th
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM / Talk Series: Preserving The Sacred with Raquel Cecilia Mendieta, Catherine Gardère. Moderated by Zoe Lukov and Tiana Webb Evans (Screening Room, Faena Hotel)
3:00 PM – 8:00 PM / Outstanding in the Field by Jim Denevan (Faena Beach)
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM / Talk Series: Unlocking Freedom with Nona Faustine, Octavia Yearwood and Dred Scott. Moderated by Dejha Carrington (Mammoth Garden, Faena Hotel)
6:00 PM – 7:00 PM / Open Air Cinema: Grethell Rasúa, Antonia Wright, Jumana Manna, Jamilah Sabur (Faena Beach)

Saturday 7th
4:00 PM – 5:30 PM / Lunafridge Ritual: Threshold (Faena Beach)
6:00 PM – 7:00 PM / Open Air Cinema: Faith Ringgold, Grethell Rasúa, Antonia Wright, Jumana Manna, Andrea Büttner, Jamilah Sabur (Faena Beach)

Sunday 8th
6:00 PM – 7:00 PM / Open Air Cinema: Marathon of al Films (Faena Beach)




The curatorial collective, GOOD TO KNOW present their third annual large-scale and site responsive exhibition for Miami Art Week titled WE BUY GOLD. WE BUY GOLD is an exploratory activation of an 80s' retro-mall in Downtown Miami’s jewelry district. The exhibition highlights the neighborhood's culture, history and local businesses focusing on the gold-trade and the nostalgic mall experience. Participating artists further consider the implications of the Jewelry districts neon storefronts in relation to their own sentiments with the seemingly ubiquitous mineral.


Opening Reception: 7- 11:00 pm

Performance by Andres Levin + Band:9:00- 9:45

Sponsored by Madre Mezcal, Coconut Cartel, Saturday Session, Peroni, Cape Line Cocktails and Versailles.


Guided Tours: 2- 6:00 pm

Guided exhibition tours with GTK founders Julianna Vezzetti & Alex Valls


Panel Discussion: The role of art in the transitioning Downtown: 2- 4:00 pm

Panel discussion mediated by Ann Binlot, New York-based writer for publications such as the New York Times, Monocle, Forbes,, Wallpaper*, ARTnews and Artnet News.

Panelist: We Buy Gold artists, directors of partner/ special projects, Downtown local historian.

HVW8 Gallery: Opening reception: 2- 8:00 pm

HVW8 Gallery x NTS Radio Station

78 E Flagler St. Miami, FL 33131


Mariachi Street Performance guided by Mariana Smith: 6- 7:00 pm.

Performance starts at 6:00 pm at Mana 777 East Flagler and travels to 48 East Flagler (We Buy Gold.)

Sunday Sundown Session: Closing DJ Set: 7- 9:00 pm

48 East Flagler Street, Miami, FL 33131

Ping Pong Miami 2018

Monday Dec 2 to Saturday Dec 7

Opening party Monday, 5 - 9 pm

Party Friday 5 -9 pm

Alfred I. Dupont Building

169 East Flagler Street, Downtown Miami, FL 33131

Gagosian and Jeffrey Deitch Present: The Extreme Present

The fifth iteration of the Gagosian-Deitch collaboration “The Extreme Present”. Takes inspiration from the recent publication “The Age of Earthquakes: A Guide to the Extreme Present” by Shumon Basar, Douglas Coupland and Hans Ulrich Obrist, the show explores artists’ reactions to the conditions of our accelerating and increasingly complex world.

Moore Building

191 NE 40th St, Design District, Miami


Leading galleries from North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia and Africa show significant work from the masters of Modern and contemporary art, as well the new generation of emerging stars. Paintings, sculptures, installations, photographs, films, and editioned works of the highest quality are on display in the main exhibition hall. Ambitious large‐scale artworks, films and performances become part of the city's outdoor landscape at nearby Collins Park and SoundScape Park.

Wednesday  Private Day 11 - 8pm (by invitation only) 
Thursday  Vernissage 11 - 3pm (by invitation only) 

Open to the Public: Thurs 3 - 8pm. Fri - Sat 12- 8pm. Sun 12 - 6pm​

$65  Day Ticket  $34  Students/Seniors. $145 Permanent Ticket  


Miami Beach Convention Center

1901 Conv. Center Dr. Miami Beach, FL 33139


Design Miami

Design Miami/ is the global forum for design. Each fair brings together the most influential collectors, gallerists, designers, curators and critics from around the world in celebration of design culture and commerce. Occurring alongside the Art Basel fairs in Miami, USA each December and Basel, Switzerland each June, Design Miami/ has become the premier venue for collecting, exhibiting, discussing and creating collectible design.

Tues Collectors Preview 12 - 7pm 

Wed Vernissage 11am - 1 (by invitation only) 

Open to the Public:

Wed 1 - 8pm. Thurs 11 - 8pm. Fri - Sat 12 - 8pm. Sun 12 - 6pm

$32 General. $27 Students .

$90 Combination Ticket Design Miami/ and Art Basel Miami Beach – Day Ticket


Meridian Ave & 19th St. Adjacent to the Miami Beach Convention Center

Scope Miami

COPE Miami Beach returns to its bespoke pavilion on the sands of Ocean Drive and 8th Street. Honoring its perpetual mission to provide a platform for discovery, SCOPE will welcome 134 diverse contemporary exhibitors featuring The New Contemporary, a genre that stands as a critical contribution to both global politics and local community engagement.


Tuesday Platinum First View. 12 - 4pm. Invitation or Platinum VIP card for entry. 

VIP | Press Preview 4 - 8pm VIP card holders and Press only

Open to the Public: Wed - Sun 11 - 8pm

$40 General. $35 for Miami Beach Residents $25 Students. 



801 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Pulse Miami Beach

Founded in 2005, PULSE Contemporary Art Fair is an established part of the annual art calendar and is recognized for providing its international community of emerging and established galleries with a dynamic platform for connecting with a global audience. PULSE offers visitors an engaging environment in which to discover and collect the most compelling contemporary art being produced today.

Thursday Private Preview Brunch 10 - 1pm

Open to the Public: Thurs- Sat 10 - 5pm.

$25 General, $15 Students and seniors. $40 Multi-Pass (4-day unlimited entry). $50 Young Collectors Cocktails (includes 4-day unlimited entry)


Indian Beach Park

4601 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, FL


Untitled, Art is an international, curated art fair founded in 2012 that focuses on curatorial balance and integrity across all disciplines of contemporary art. Untitled, Art innovates the standard fair model by selecting a curatorial team to identify, and curate a selection of galleries, artist-run exhibition spaces, and non-profit institutions and organizations, in dialogue with an architecturally designed venue. 

Tuesday Press/VIP Preview 1 - 8pm.


Open to the Public: Wed - Sat 11 - 7pm. Sun 11 - 5pm​

$40 General.

Ocean Drive and 12th Street, Miami Beach, FL 33139

12th Street and Ocean Dr. Miami Beach


Art Miami maintains a preeminent position in America's modern and contemporary art fair market and is globally recognized as a primary destination for the acquisition of the most important works from the 20th and 21st centuries​.

CONTEXT Art Miami, the sister fair to Art Miami, is dedicated to the development and reinforcement of emerging and mid-career artists, launched in 2012. CONTEXT’s open atmosphere creates a meaningful dialogue between artists, galleries and collectors while providing the ultimate platform for established and emerging galleries to present cutting-edge and emerging talent. 


Platinum VIP Preview 4.30pm - 6pm.

VIP Preview 6 - 10pm,  (Access for CONTEXT, Art Miami & Aqua VIP Cardholders & Press)

Open to the Public:

Wed - Sat 11 - 8pm. Sun 11 - 6pm 

$55 One-day pass (Includes CONTEXT) $100 Multi-day pass (includes admission for CONTEXT and Aqua Art Miami) $35 Students & Seniors $275 VIP pass


One Miami Herald Plaza @ NE 14TH STREET Downtown Miami.

On Biscayne Bay between the Venetian & Macarthur Causeways

Aqua Art Miami

Aqua’s unique environment – in a classic South Beach hotel with spacious exhibition rooms that open onto a breezy, intimate courtyard – has become a favorite gathering spot for collectors, curators and art lovers to discover fresh talent and acquire new works while exchanging cultural ideas and forming meaningful connections.

Wednesday VIP Preview. 3 - 10pm. (Access for Art Miami, CONTEXT, and Aqua Art Miami VIP Cardholders & Press.)

Open to the Public: Thurs 12 - 9pm. Fri - Sat 11 - 9pm. Sun 11 - 6pm.​

$25  One day pass. $20  Students & Seniors. $100  Multi-day pass (Aqua, CONTEXT and Art Miami).  $275 VIP Preview pass

Aqua Art Miami 

Aqua Hotel 

1530 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, Fl 33139

Pinta Miami

PINTA MIAMI – Crossing Cultures gets ready for its 12th edition, where different projects with international curators are to be showcased, offering a unique platform to what’s a Latin American art fair with a global perspective.


Tuesday Preview 6 – 9 pm By invitation only

Wednesday Official Opening 5 – 9 pm (Access VIP Card)

Open to the Public: Thur - Sat 12 - 8pm. Sun 12 - 8pm​

$35 Day ticket. $20 Seniors/Students 12 – 18



Mana Wynwood

2217 NW 5TH AVE. Miami, FL 33127


SATELLITE ART SHOW is the place for collectors and art patrons to experience art that is at the forefront of creative expression.

Wednesday 6pm - Midnight (Private Party)​

Open to the Public: Thurs - Sat 6 - 1am. Sun 1 - 6pm

$15 General


2210 NW Miami Court. Miami, FL

Futurescape Miami: Skyline to Shoreline

Futurescape Miami: Skyline to Shoreline invite visitors to consider the idea of ‘futurescape’ as one that encompasses an increasing consideration of the impact of sea level rise and shifting shorelines on urban environments. Finnish artists Pekka Niittyvirta and Timo Aho have installed lines of light on and around FB Art Dept's South Beach activation space as a visual warning of the long-term effects of climate change on the landscape. San Francisco-based artists Hughen/Starkweather have created research-based abstract artworks that reference past and future climate-related events, and the respective practices of Miami-based artists Thom Wheeler Castillo, Xavier Cortada, and Misael Soto address the global climate crisis through participatory activations, installations, and performances. Other projects featured are by Louisiana-based artist and scientist Brandon Ballengée, past Facebook artist in residence Jay Nelson, and Facebook designers in residence Cody Blocker and Sean Suchara. 


**Public programming will run December 4–8 and is free and open to all on a first-come basis.**


11am – 5pm: Plan(T) + Letters to the Future
12pm – 2pm: Remedying Gestures
3pm – 4pm: Reflecting Pools (Activation)
4pm – 5pm: Flood Walk: Miami*


11am – 5pm: Plan(T) + Letters to the Future
3pm – 4pm: Reflecting Pools (Activation)
4pm – 5pm: Underwater HOA
4pm – 5pm: Flood Walk: Miami*


11am – 5pm: Plan(T) + Letters to the Future
11am – 12pm: DO NOT OPEN
3pm – 4pm: Reflecting Pools (Activation)
4pm – 5pm: Screen printing
4pm – 5pm: Flood Walk: Miami*


11am – 5pm: Plan(T) + Letters to the Future
11am – 12pm: Flood Walk: Miami*
11am – 12pm: DO NOT OPEN
3pm – 4pm: Reflecting Pools (Activation)
4pm – 5pm: Screen printing


11am – 5pm: Plan(T) + Letters to the Future
11am – 12pm: Flood Walk: Miami*
11am – 12pm: DO NOT OPEN
3pm – 4pm: Screen printing
4pm – 5pm: Reflecting Pools (Activation)

Untitled Art Fair

Ocean Dr & 12th St. Miami Beach

Miami Street Photography Festival 2019

International photography festival showcasing the best of contemporary street and documentary photography​

DECEMBER 5-8, 2019

Wednesday, Dec 4

7:30  PM Arthur Meyerson Gallery Opening - Leica Store Miami  gallery opening and book signing with one of America’s most celebrated photographers and workshop instructors, Arthur Meyerson. In his exhibition, The Journey, Meyerson traces his photographic life and illustrates it with some of his most compelling images, many of which have never been published before. RSVP here

Thursday, Dec 5


10:00 AM EXHIBITIONS OPEN - South and North  buildings                                                                                         

11:00  AM GALLERY TOUR WITH  RICK MCCAWLEY - North Lobby                                                                  .  

12:00 pm - 5pm GET YOUR HANDS ON A LEICA-CAMERA LOAN - South Lobby (Leica Store Miami Booth)  

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM STREET BATTLE BEGINS - Auditorium                 ​


4:00 PM  -  5:00 PM MSPF ARTIST TALK:  Sofia Sebastian "Walking in the Street" - Auditorium

7:00-8:00  PM MSPF OPENING RECEPTION - South Lobby

Join us for the opening of our 8th edition and meet our featured speakers in person: Nikos Economopoulos, Eugene Richards, Magdalena Sole, Matt Weber, Chris Bonanos and many more other participating artists. Free and open to the public.                           

8:00 PM MSPF MASTER TALK  Magdalena Sole : - Auditorium "Closing the circle— the photographic composition"

$20 for 4-day admission /$10 each day

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101 W Flagler St, Miami, Florida 33130

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Triangle Miami is an independent publication focusing on Miami artists, galleries and local institutions.

Triangle Miami is an independent publication focusing on Miami artists, galleries and local institutions.