DEC. 4

How to Win Friends and Influence People (Ritual Burn)

How to Win Friends and Influence People is a facsimile of the “Cape Cod” model home from Levittown, NY. In 1947 the Levittown development ushered in a new era emblematic of the “American Dream” and is considered to be the first suburban community built in the United States. The sculpture was first exhibited as part of his installation Pax Americana in 2012 at the Village of Bal Harbour. Bal Harbour and Levittown were both incorporated in the same year and were both post-war era American Developments. Given the recent fires in California, the house becomes a symbol of displacement, a ritual healing, and a reminder of the intertwined relationship between urban development and climate change. The house will be set ablaze on December 4th, a day associated with Saint Barbara, who in Yoruba traditions in Cuba is syncretized with the orisha Changó(Shangó), God of thunder, lightning and war.

Tuesday, December 4, 5:00 PM


Faena Beach

between 32nd and 34th Streets

Primary Projects  |  "Process Ritual Future Eternal"

"Process Ritual Future Eternal", an exhibition of new works by Carlos Betancourt. The occasion marks Betancourt's first exhibition with the gallery and his first solo exhibition in Miami in just under a decade.

Known for his over-the-top juxtapositions of popular and domestic culture, Betancourt's work pours through Primary's expansive, low lit exhibition space with the precision of the cosmos. At a deeper look into the origin of thousands of string lights and classic holiday tree toppers, one is presented with a humbling, intimate story, and the driving force behind the exhibition.

In his youth, Betancourt finds himself at a loss when he learns that a piece of his identity, symbols of celebration from his family's history, had been left to the past while settling in the United States. That singular moment triggered a life long response, collecting and protecting a broad range of precious objects discarded, the acting memories that universally engage the public across civilizations en masse.

December 4, 2018 - January 12, 2019

Opening Reception: Tuesday December 4th, 6 PM

Primary Projects

15 NE 39th St Miami 33137


Locust Projects  |   Bethany Collins: The Litany

A major site-specific installation with a durational performance intervention during Art Basel Miami Beach 2018 by the Chicago-based artist Bethany Collins. 

Project Room 

As part of his residency to create new work at Locust Projects, Miami-based artist Michael Loveland will create In Process: Civic Sculpture, an installation that incorporates all new functional sculptures situated within a site-specific, immersive environment in our Project Room.


A day-long performance of “America: A Hymnal” will debut at Locust Projects as part of Bethany Collins’ solo exhibition, The Litany. All 100 versions will be sung by volunteers and small choirs continuously throughout the day. Visitors are invited to come and go quietly throughout the day of the performance, which will take place between 10 am to 5 pm on Thursday, December 6. 


Tuesday, December 4, 6-8pm - ART WEEK Meet the Artists Reception: Bethany Collins, Michael Loveland, Jibade-Khalil Huffman


Locust Projects 

3852 North Miami Avenue, Miami Fl 33127


ICA Miami | Judy Chicago: A Reckoning

major survey of works by the pioneering feminist artist. This exhibition highlights Chicago’s iconographic transition from abstraction to figuration, and explores the ways in which the artist’s strong feminist voice transforms our understanding of modernism and its traditions.

Representing the female voice in a male-dominated world, Chicago explores important narratives of history, form and labor. The artist deploys both iconography and working methods in order to problematize gender roles, artistic mastery and skills traditionally regarded as “female” such as needlework and embroidery, as well as stereotypical “male” skills, such as auto body painting and pyrotechnics.

Dec 4, 2018 – Apr 21, 2019

Tuesday December 4th: 7pm Members Preview. 8pm Public Reception

Friday Dec 7th. 6pm. a special night of music by The Misshapes RSVP

6pm: Intersubjectivity Vol II: Scripting the Human Book Launch and Panel Discussion RSVP


ICA Miami

Institute of Contemporary Art

61 NE 41st St, Miami, Florida 33137


PAMM | Christo and Jeanne-Claude: Surrounded Islands, Biscayne Bay, Greater Miami, Florida, 1980–83

 A Documentary Exhibition, an exhibition of archival materials and artworks around the renowned artists’ site-specific 1983 installation, Surrounded Islands, in Miami’s Biscayne Bay. On view from October 4, 2018 through February 17, 2019, the exhibition commemorates the 35th anniversary of Surrounded Islands—an anniversary that also coincides with the founding of PAMM’s predecessor institution, Center for Fine Arts. The history of Surrounded Islands is inseparable from PAMM’s origins, and the exhibition reinforces the idea that the museum’s evolution is inextricable from the development of Miami as both a city and an artistic hub.

Oct. 4, 2018 – Feb. 17, 2019

Tuesday Dec 4th: Art Talk: Christo

Internationally-renowned artist Christo will discuss the large-scale, ephemeral public works he created with his late wife and collaborator, Jeanne-Claude, over the course of a monumental career that spans six decades. Sold out

Thursday Dec 6th PAMM Presents at 9pm

PAMM kicks off of its 35th anniversary year with its signature Thursday night Miami Art Week event. Taking over PAMM’s terrace overlooking Biscayne Bay, enjoy an unforgettable night, featuring live music, libations, and more. By invitation only: Open to PAMM Sustaining and above level members, Art Miami, Art Basel Miami Beach, NADA Miami, PINTA Miami and UNTITLED Miami Beach VIP cardholders.


PAMM  |  Pérez Art Museum Miami

1103 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL 33132


FAENA ART | Faena Festival

Faena Art is pleased to announce the launch of an annual multidisciplinary festival that will be presented during Miami Art Week.

First Faena Festival Explores the Mythologies and Narratives of 'America' and Commissions New Installations and Performances That Reflect the Multiplicity of Cultures, Voices, and People Across Its Physical, Conceptual, and Political Borders


From December 3 through 9, 2018, the inaugural Faena Festival, This is Not America, is keyed to Miami’s enduring role as a port that welcomes migrants, refugees, and tourists from across the US and the Americas, and from countries throughout the world. The festival engages with the multiplicity of communities and cultures and the palimpsest of histories that have created the Americas while responding specifically to Miami as its hemispheric hub. Faena Festival features major new commissions of installations and performances by Derrick Adams, Cecilia Bengolea, Isabel Lewis, Luna Paiva, Tavares Strachan, and Wu Tsang and boychild, among others. All programming is free and open to the public.



- An occasion hosted by Isabel Lewis.  At FAENA FORUM Monday 9pm, Tuesday 630pm and 830pm

- La danza de la esponja. Philosophy of Joy. Favorite position, 2018 by Cecilia Bengolea. At FAENA FORUM Monday 10pm, Tuesday 730pm and 930pm

- ‘Love is a rebellious bird’ by Wu Tsang and boychild featuring Larry B. at FAENA THEATER Monday 10:30pm

- ‘Land Acknowledgment’ by Agustina Woodgate and Rev. Houston R. Cypress at FAENA BEACH. Friday 5:00pm



Details + RSVP




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​

$35 General. $25 Students and Seniors 

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

12th Street and Ocean Dr. Miami Beach



​In its 29th edition, 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. 

Tuesday First VIP Preview 4.30pm - 5:30pm. VIP Preview 5:30 - 10pm. (Access for CONTEXT, Art Miami & Aqua VIP Cardholders & Press)

Open to the Public: Wed - Sat 11 - 8pm. Sun 11 - 6pm ​

$50 One-day pass (Includes CONTEXT) $100 Multi-day pass (includes admission for CONTEXT and Aqua Art Miami). $35 Students & Seniors 


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

On Biscayne Bay between the Venetian & Macarthur Causeways


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​

$30 Day ticket. $10 Seniors/Students 12 – 18



Mana Wynwood

2217 NW 5TH AVE. Miami, FL 33127



PRIZM is the producer of a cutting-edge cultural platform that is multidisciplinary in scope. Our goal is to expand the spectrum of exhibiting international artists from the African Diaspora and emerging markets.

Prizm Preview Monday December 3rd, 6pm - 9 pm

Opening, Tuesday, December 4th,  5 pm - 9 pm  RSVP

Open to the Public: Wed - Sun 10 am - 6pm.​

$15  Single Day Pass. $50  Multi-Day Pass. $150 Prizm 2017 VIP Pass


Alfred I. DuPont Building, 169 East Flagler Street, Miami, FL


Pop Minimalism Minimalist Pop by Larry Gagosian and Jeffrey Deitch

On the occasion of Art Basel Miami Beach 2018, Gagosian and Jeffrey Deitch are pleased to present Pop Minimalism | Minimalist Pop, their fourth collaboration at the Moore Building in the Miami Design District. This group exhibition explores the intersections and legacies of two major American art movements of the 1960s—Pop art and Minimalism—and the ways in which features of Minimalism have been incorporated into a variety of contemporary art practices. While these two art movements are typically seen to represent opposing artistic responses to the legacy of Abstract Expressionism, the work in Pop Minimalism | Minimalist Pop highlights points of common conceptual approaches and mutual exchange. Work by Jeff KoonsAdam McEwen, Sarah Morris, and Richard Prince is included.

December 5 to December 9 - 11:00 a.m to 8:00 pm

Opening reception: Tuesday, December 4, 5–8pm

Moore Building

191 NE 40th Street, Miami, Florida 33137

WYNWOOD WALLS | Beyond Words

Wynwood Walls – 2018 Beyond Words Miami Art Week program.
Monday, December 3 - Sunday, December 9, 2018. 10 a.m. – 12 a.m.

Vhils ‘Ethereal” at GGA Gallery – Alexandre Farto aka Vhils (Lisbon, 1987) has developed a unique visual language based on the removal of the surface layers of walls and other media with non-conventional tools and techniques. Vhils will showcase 28 unique pieces in his first solo show on the East Coast displaying works on several different mediums including billboard, styrofoam dioramas, metal, wood and more.
10 a.m. – 12 a.m. | FREE – OPEN TO PUBLIC

Tuesday, December 4, 2018


Goldman Properties and Wynwood Walls kick off Art Basel with the 2018 unveiling of the new installations.

Wednesday, December 5, 2018


Artists will participate in a live painting competition of the famed Kidrobot Munny figures. Each artist will paint their own version and viewers will vote on their favorite.
2 p.m. – 4 p.m. | FREE – OPEN TO PUBLIC

Thursday, December 6, 2018


Panel discussion with the artists of Wynwood Walls, in the Goldman Global Arts Gallery on Thursday, December 6.
6 p.m. – 8 p.m. | INVITATION ONLY



2219 NW 2nd Ave




Can Arts Education be a Practice of Freedom?
Moderated by Jasmine Wahi, this program will feature Loni Johnson, Sarah Workneh, and Yashua Klos.
Faena Theater/Screening Room | 3201 Collins Ave | Miami Beach
Tuesday December 4 | 3 PM Free with RSVP

Education as the Practice of Freedom. Curated by Jasmine Wahi at YoungArts Gallery

Through December 9. Free and open to the public.

A Place to be Held by Nadia Wolff (2016 Winner in Design Arts and Visual Arts & U.S. Presidential Scholar in the Arts)
Bay Parc Apartments 756 N. Bayshore Drive, Miami. Through December 9, 10 AM–5 PM Free and open to the public.


National YoungArts Foundation
2100 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, FL 33137

Mana Downtown & Wynwood



Introducing Mana Mass

Mana Mass is a membership-based career development platform for artists and art professionals rooted in the power of shared information, resources, and advocacy; during Miami Art Week, more information will be available at sites in Wynwood and Downtown Miami. Mana Mass will also be hosting conversations with Mira Lehr, Ysabel Pinyol, Mashonda Tifere, and others, and presenting site-responsive projects and pop-up studios by artists including Alberto Montano, Antonio Murado, and Ray Smith.

48 E Flagler Street and 141 E Flagler Street
December 5–8, 2PM–10PM; December 9, 12PM–7PM

Mana Contemporary at 777 International Mall

Mana is partnering with local and visiting artists and arts organizations to present a full week of exhibitions, performances, fashion shows, musical installations, and other happenings at Downtown Miami’s historic 777 International Mall. Events include mundo mio, an immersive puppetry experience by Poncili Creación and Lucky Me!, Tschabalala Self’s site-specific installation at Lee’s Oriental Market & Deli.

777 International Mall, 145 E Flagler Street
December 5–8, 2–10PM; December 9, 12–7PM

FilmGate Interactive Media Festival

The Film Gate Interactive Media Festival returns to Downton Miami for its sixth edition during Miami Art Week. Meet leading global innovators in journalism, filmmaking, virtual and augmented reality, immersive tech, and interactive art. Featuring presentations by Magic Leap, Vice Media, Vox Media, the National Film Board of Canada, Sony, VER, and more.
November 30–December 6

155 S Miami Avenue



Jonah Bokaer and Rachel Libeskind: 
Double Helix

Celebrate the kickoff of Miami Art Week with an exclusive, one-night performance from choreographer Jonah Bokaer and artist Rachel Libeskind. Presented in partnership with Mana Contemporary and made possible with support from The Knight Foundation, Double Helix brings together Libeskind's dynamic visuals with Bokaer's original choreography, creating an immersive environment of image, video, and dance. RSVP

Mana RC Cola Plant, 550 NW 24th Street
VIP Preview: Tuesday, December 4. Doors open at 7PM

Ad Astra

A collaboration between Mana Contemporary and Pinta Art Fair Miami, Ad Astra(“Through hardship, to the stars”) features large-scale site-specific works inspired by real and imaginary spaces. Curated by Ysabel Pinyol Blasi, the project questions received notions of artistic success through a knowing embrace of triumphalism. The megalomaniacal, the visionary, and the grand rub up against the downright strange in this inquiry into the nature of human achievement.

Courtesy of Spinello Projects

Mana Wynwood Convention Center, 2217 NW 5th Avenue
December 5–9, 10AM–9PM

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