17th edition of Design Miami/, curated by incoming Curatorial Director, Wava Carpenter. This year’s programming will explore the theme of Human•Kind, spotlighting design-led visions for a more equitable and interconnected future.

Tues Members Preview 11am–12pm. Collectors Preview 12–7pm
Wed VIP Preview11am - 1 (by invitation only) 

Open to the Public:
Wed 1 - 8pm. Thurs 11 - 8pm. Fri - Sat 12 - 8pm. Sun 12 - 6pm

$35 General. $30 Students .

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

Dimensions Variable (DV) | Can I Sit Next to You?

How do we form new and meaningful connections through exclusively virtual means during a global pandemic? How do we collaborate and genuinely create with one another across the new virtual landscape? What is the creative nature of distance? A small group of artists have converged in Miami at Dimensions Variable to consider these questions and, through their respective and collaborative work, co-exist and see each other in their own work. Can I Sit Next to You? features works by artists Nicole Doran, Jacin Giordano, Coe Lapossy, Loretta Park, and Brandon Opalka.

NOVEMBER 19, 2021—JANUARY 28, 2022

Dimensions Variable (DV)
101 NW 79th Street
Miami, FL 33150


First solo show of the celebrated Mexican artist Pedro Friedeberg in the gallery. With a career spanning more than six decades, Friedeberg is considered an outstanding and emblematic cultural figure. Born in 1936, he was first recognized as a Surrealist artist alongside Leonora Carrington and Remedios Varo. He originally trained as an architect and rejected modernism, turning to art with his mentor and friend Mathias Goeritz. In the early 1960s he was part of the interdisciplinary group Los Hartos (The Fed-Ups), always opposing the canon as well as visual and conceptual trends.
Nov 26, 2021 | Feb 10, 2022

7275 NE 4th Ave. #101. Miami, FL 33138

Emerson Dorsch‎ | Yanira Collado: Alchemic Chants

Yanira Collado’s first solo exhibition with Emerson Dorsch Gallery. A platform nearly covers the gallery floor, while objects and paintings punctuate the slim corridor around it. The platform echoes the footprint of a small house, one for living and for working. The platform also references the previous iterations of the gallery’s building, which was once Port au Prince Market, a neighborhood bodega. Collado continues to imbue her work with the stories of migration and subcultures, wrapping them in protective layers of cardboard, paint and fabric.

NOVEMBER 28, 2021 - FEBRUARY 5, 2022

Emerson Dorsch
5900 NW 2nd Ave., Miami, Florida 33127

Institute of Contemporary Art

Betye Saar: Serious Moonlight

ICA Miami presents a survey of rarely exhibited immersive, site-specific installations from 1980 to 1998 by American artist Betye Saar.
Rooted in the artist’s critical focus on Black identity and intersectional feminism as well as the racialized and gendered connotations of found objects, Saar’s installations expand on her celebrated repertoire and offer broadened insight into ritual, spirituality, and cosmologies in relation to the African American experience and the African diaspora. Saar’s intimately scaled works of the 1960s and 1970s–poignant examinations of race and gender through assemblages of readymades and found objects–became icons of Black feminist art. In works like The Liberation of Aunt Jemima (1972), Saar altered and augmented found, commercially available objects—in this case adding a rifle and a raised fist to the familiar stereotypical commercial emblem—in order to highlight and dismantle racialized images that pervade everyday life.
Oct 28, 2021 – Apr 17, 2022

ICA Miami
Institute of Contemporary Art
61 NE 41st St, Miami, Florida 33137

Locust Projects | Nadia Hironaka, Matthew Suib: Field Companion

hiladelphia-based artists Nadia Hironaka and Matthew Suib, known for their fantastical moving images and alternate realities, have created a new immersive film installation for Locust Projects. Field Companion, set in a microcosmic forest, is based loosely on the pine barrens that dot Southern New Jersey near their home. On view through February 5, 2022
Wednesdays-Saturdays from 11am-5pm. Admission is free.

Opening Reception
Saturday, November 20, 2021

Locust Projects
3852 North Miami Avenue, Miami Fl 33127


Group exhibition curated by Baghead
Opening night Thursday Dec. 2

3801 North Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33127

M.A.S. | Portrait.Scapes Douglas Hoekzema “HOXXOH”

Each piece represents a moment and a process, sometimes connected to a larger whole and sometimes standing alone fitting the narrative of timelessness. Hoxxoh’s work resembles patterns found in nature and especially in corals and seashells, working with fractal patterns within portals leaving their own mark and opening the door for new possibilities, allowing for infinite flowing iterations.

November 27th
6 - 11pm

3801 North Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33127

MOCA | My Name is Maryan

My Name is Maryan—a monographic presentation of four decades of paintings, sculptures, drawings and film by the iconoclastic, ground-breaking Polish-born artist Maryan. The exhibition opens to the public on November 17, 2021, and will remain on view until March 20, 2022. The exhibition reception will take place on December 2, in conjunction with Miami Art Week.
Drawing upon new scholarship and a trove of never-before-exhibited works from the artist’s estate, My Name is Maryan will be the first retrospective to holistically examine all periods of Maryan’s life and work. Throughout the museum, Maryan’s extraordinary biography and prolific oeuvre represent a deeply moving monument to the perseverance of the human spirit and power of art to work through traumatic loss.
General Admission: $10.00. Students & Seniors: $3.00
MOCA The Museum of Contemporary Art
770 NE 125th Street North Miami, Florida 33161

Miami Art Week X Faena Art

COLLABORATING ARTISTS: Pilar Zeta, Andres Reisinger, Refik Anadol, Carlos Betancourt, Nancy Baker Cahill, Auriea Harvey, The Reefline, Yinka Ilori, Unique Design X

Faena Art programming for Miami Art Week 2021 will include artist commissions, partner installations and public exhibitions.

PILAR ZETA - Hall of Visions
DATES: NOV 30 - DEC 5. LOCATION: Faena Beach
Site-specific installation, mixed media with accompanying NFTs
DATES: NOV 30 - DEC 5. LOCATION: Faena Cathedral
AURIEA HARVEY - Minoriea. DATES: NOV 30 - DEC 5. LOCATION: Faena District
AR experience throughout Faena District and accompanying NFT
NANCY BAKER CAHILL - Mushroom Cloud. DATES: NOV 30 - DEC 5. LOCATION: Faena Beach (32nd Street and the Ocean)
Monumental AR project over the ocean and accompanying NFT
REFIK ANADOL - Machine Hallucination: Coral Reef. DATES: NOV 30 - DEC 5. LOCATION: Faena Beach
Monumental immersive site-specific installation and accompanying NFT
ANDRÉS REISINGER - The Smell of Pink. DATES: NOV 30 | 6PM - 10PM, DEC 1 - DEC 5 | 3PM – 8PM. LOCATION: Faena Art Project Room -- 3420 Collins Avenue
Immersive Installation and experience with accompanying NFTs
UNIQUE DESIGN X MIAMI - Skate-able Object Park by Yinka Ilori. DATES: DEC 1 - DEC 5 | 11AM - 7PM. LOCATION: Faena District @ Collins Ave and 35th Street
A New Space Age Collectible Design @ Faena Park. DATES: DEC 1 - DEC 5 | 11AM - 7PM. LOCATION: Faena Park, FLoor 5
CARLOS BETANCOURT - What Lies Beneath: Tipping Point. DATES: NOV 30 | 6PM - 8PM. LOCATION: Faena Pool
Immersive Iceberg installation and accompanying NFT


Nina Johnson | Judy Chicago In Glass

Judy Chicago in Glass marks the iconic artist’s second solo exhibition at Nina Johnson. Opening November 30th in the upstairs gallery, this exhibition includes works from Chicago’s glass series, alongside drawings, and the debut of Mortality in Glass, Chicago’s largest glass work to date. On the gallery sculpture pad, Chicago will present Zig Zag, a newly produced powder coated steel rendition of the original minimalist sculpture created in 1965. What links this work to the later pieces is color, surface, and visual rigor.
November 30th, 2021 - January 15th, 2022

Nina Johnson
6315 NW 2nd Ave Miami, Florida 33150


Meleko Mokgosi: Your Trip to Africa
Meleko Mokgosi (b. 1981, Francistown, Botswana; lives in New York) wields the traditions of Western European painting to deliver sharp political critiques relating to the postcolonial condition. Combining a high degree of painterly skill with a poetic, open-ended semiotic approach and a penchant for deep archival research, the artist shines light on some of the complex socioeconomic dynamics that animate contemporary southern Africa. Feb. 28, 2020 – Jan. 9, 2022

Allied with Power: African and African Diaspora Art from the Jorge M. Pérez Collection
Celebration of their most recent acquisitions, which consists of a sizable selection of international African and African Diaspora artists. Inspired by his upbringing in a number of Latin American countries, Pérez began collecting the work of Cuban and Afro-Latino artists several years ago. Nov. 7, 2020 – Feb. 6, 2022

Jedd Novatt: Monotypes and More. Jedd  Novatt  is an artist who has created and continues to define a language of art making informed equally by histories of sculpture and the dynamism of the contemporary moment.  Oct. 14, 2021 – June 26, 2022

Marco Brambilla: Heaven’s Gate. Heaven’s Gate is a monumental new work by video artist Marco Brambilla. A lavish, satirical and vertigo-inducing meditation on the Hollywood ‘Dream Factory,’ Heaven’s Gate is a work of digital psychedelia employing the same state-of-the-art computer compositing technology as the films it references. June 17, 2021 – Feb. 1, 2022

Panel: NFTs The Next 500 Years
While NFTs have dominated the discourse around art this year, everything about them feels opaque. How to obtain, define, and conserve NFTs are still confusing matters for many. To get to the bottom of things PAMM’s Director of Digital Engagement will moderate a panel with artist Sofia Crespo, curator Dr. Tina Rivers Ryan, and Art Blocks CCO Jeff Davis. The panel will discuss how NFTs have changed the practice of digital art, where NFTs sit in the broader tradition of digital art, and where this all might be headed.
11/29/2021. 12:00pm. Free with RSVP

PAMM  |  Pérez Art Museum Miami
1103 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL 33132


Group Exhibition
Robert Chambers, Mette Tommerup, Adrian Menendez, Lauren Shapiro, Philip Lique, Charo Oquet

Opening night Thursday Dec 2nd 4 - 9pm
sets by DJ Large Kool, Tony Lombego and MC Trig

169 E. Flagler St., Miami

Primary Projects | OMGWTF

group exhibition featuring Oona Brangam-Snell, Tim Brawner, Andrej Dubravsky, Loren Erdrich, Gao Hang, Cody Hudson, Ted Lawson, Mía Lee, Tuilelaith-Fionnuala Onòra, Ryan Schneider, Mr. StarCity, and Wade Tullier. In one way or another, this exhibit is a thick and sloppy brush stroke dragged across a surface of your preference. It is an illegal U-Turn from the right lane at 35 MPH; a high-speed crash course in ass shaking while mouthing the lyrics "cotton candy, sweetie gold, let me see the Tootsee Roll." Sometimes, it may present itself as a decadent dessert for your first course at a late-night dinner. Other times, it could wander off into a field with a Florida man holding an alligator and picking mushrooms. Occasionally, this offering might sound like a punk riff with extra distortion played at 120 decibels. It could easily vibrate like blue text on a red background or move like a VW Cabriolet 5-Speed with the top-down blasting Young MC while waving a white flag.

Opens: November 30, 2021 | 4 - 8 PM

Primary Projects

Random Specific | Jorge Rios & Filio Galvez

Random Specific by Jorge Rios & Filio Galvez
11.27.21 - 12.31.21

Pan American Art Projects
2930 NW 7th Ave

Rubell Family Collection

Otis Kwame Kye Quaicoe: 2021 Artist in Residence: a Ghanan painter, is one of the Rubell Museum’s 2021 Artists-in-Residence. Quaicoe creates empowering lush portraits of his family and friends where color and texture functions as a unique language to represent the character of the subject.
Kennedy Yanko: 2021 Artist in Residence: Kennedy Yanko is a painter-sculptor and the Rubell Museum’s 2021 Artist-in-Residence. During her residency, Yanko scoured scrapyards in south Florida in search of readymade forms ripe for intervention.
Genesis Tramaine: Sanctuary encompasses a series of eight paintings the artist created during her six-week residency at the museum.
Reginald O’Neal: AS I AM T.he exhibition, "AS I AM" consists of a suite of paintings from the artist's first solo exhibition, "AT THE FEET OF MOUNTAINS", and two new large commissioned paintings, using historic images and people present in his life to juxtapose the past and present

Museum Members: Free, US Veterans: Free
Adults: $15, Seniors: $12 , Students & Youth: $10

Rubell Family Collection
1100 NW 23 ST, Miami, FL 33127


Celebrating its 20th year in Miami, it is with tremendous excitement that SCOPE returns to its iconic location on the sands of Miami Beach, nestled amongst the iconic architecture of Ocean Drive at 8th Street.
Tuesday Platinum First View. 12 - 4pm. Invitation or Platinum VIP card for entry. 
VIP | Press Preview 4 - 8pm VIP card holders and Press only

YOGA | Gentle Morning Movement. TIME | Wednesday Dec. 01 | 10 - 11 AM
BREATHWORK | Awakening through Breath. TIME | Thursday Dec. 02 | 10 - 11 AM
MEDITATION | Being in the Moment. TIME | Friday Dec. 03 | 10 - 11 AM

TALK| Art With Purpose | Color as a Tool for Social Change. INFO | The transformation of public space.
TIME | Wednesday Dec. 01 | 1-2pm

TALK| Thinking BIG | Monumental Activations in the Sphere of Sponsorship. TEAM| Saype, Ed Zipco, ENTES, Robert Young from R7, Paul Hemming. INFO | Navigating BIG installations through sponsor activations. TIME | Wednesday Dec. 01 | 2-3pm

TALK| Discovering Under-Represented Artists & How to Provide Sustainable Support. TEAM| Panelists from Ise-Da, Creative Capital and Canadian Indigenous Art. INFO | Getting beyond the hype and ahead of the trend. TIME | Thursday Dec. 02 | 1-2pm

TALK| Right Click Save | NFT Photography
INFO | The First Annual Exhibition of World Class Photography NFTs curated by SuperchiefGalleryNFT, featuring internally renown photographers who are leading the charge in the NFT sphere, alongside iconic legendary photographers dropping their 1st (Genesis) NFTs. TIME | Thursday Dec. 02 | 2-3pm

TALK| Money Talks with Abra. INFO | Please join Abra CEO and founder Bill Barhydt for Money Talks, a conversation around all things Crypto featuring special guest Mister E and more. TIME | Friday Dec. 03 | 12-1pm

TALK | A Conversation with Jimi Zendrix, Creative Director at Secret Walls. HOST | Nick Rose x Adrian BaschukmTIME | Friday Dec. 03 | 1-2pm

TALK | NFT NOW. TEAM | ThankYouX and SuperRare. INFO | NFT Discussion. TIME | Friday Dec. 03 | 2-3pm

TALK | The Physical Meets Digital: Future of NFTs. TEAM | Special Guests. INFO | NFT Discussion. TIME | Friday Dec. 03 | 3-4pm

TALK| Art World Mothers. TEAM| Erica Hess (Moderator), Tracy Piper, Elizabeth Mooney, Madeline Donahue, Deborah Wasserman, and Hilary Doyle. INFO | Moderated by Erika Hess; Artist, Mother, and Founder of I from I Like Work Podcast; this panel brings together a group of women to discuss what it means to be a working mother in the art world today. Artists, gallerists, and art world professionals will discuss how becoming a mother has impacted their work and their practice, and how they navigate motherhood while actively cultivating their creative life.. TIME | Saturday Dec. 04 | 1-2pm

TALK| The Black Market: A Guide to Art Collecting: HOST| Charles Moore
INFO| Discussion between Charles Moore and artists, advisors, and/or collectors featured in his first book "The Black Market: A Guide to Art Collecting." They will be discussing the history of Black art, the Black art market, and how to build a more equitable and sustainable market for all parties. The talk will be followed by a Q&A and book signing. TIME | Sunday Dec. 05 | 1-2pm

TALK| Art + Technology = Community. TEAM | Panelists include SeeMe, leading crypto NFT investors, and a founding member of Cool Cats (#5 NFT project). INFO| How technology enhances the discovery and support for artists through community building. TIME | Sunday Dec. 05 | 2-3pm

Join Balmain and (RED) at internationally renowned beachfront art fair SCOPE Miami Beach's 20th anniversary to commemorate World AIDS Day. Bringing together fashion, a massive eco-friendly work by international creative Saype, a series of site specific installations, music, awareness and community for a great cause. Complimentary beverages from Chivas and Perrier Jouet and music by DJ mOma (Everyday People).

Please Join Yellow Heart for an official VIP kickoff event to celebrate the launch of the inaugural SCOPE NFT collection with an evening of signature cocktails, special guest DJWS and much more.

ABRA Invites you to a special Art Basel celebration on the beach at SCOPE Miami featuring the biggest names in blockchain alongside a live performance by Angel & Dren and very special guest, Masego.


Open to the Public: Wed - Sun 11 - 8pm
$40 General. $35 for Miami Beach Residents $25 Students. 
801 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Shattered Glass, Curated by Melahn Frierson and AJ Girard

Shattered Glass, the acclaimed exhibition of new art by emerging artists of color that was shown at Jeffrey Deitch Los Angeles last spring, will be presented in an expanded version in the Moore Building in the Miami Design District from November 29 – December 5, 2021. The exhibition will be Deitch’s sixth and final project in the Moore Building atrium space before the iconic site comes under the stewardship of WoodHouse, the concept creation collaborative. The exhibition is presented in partnership with the Miami Design District, WoodHouse and GOAT.

Opening Monday, November 29, 5-8PM
Tuesday-Saturday, 10-8PM
Sunday, 10-6PM

Moore Building
191 NE 40th St, Design District, Miami

Spinello Projects | They Dreamt of Us by Reginald O’Neal

Building upon his debut exhibition at the gallery, At the Feet of Mountains, O’Neal continues his practice of translating his embodied experience into realistic paintings. The exhibition features a suite of new works of an ongoing series representing portraits and still-lives that reflect the artist’s distinct perspective of life, on view at the Gesamtkunstwerk Building located at 2930 NW 7th Avenue. A special locals-only preview reception will take place Saturday, November 20, 6-10pm.
Miami Art Week vernissage will take place Tuesday, November 30, 11am-4pm.
Exhibition through January 15, 2022. Free and open to the public.

Spinello Projects
2930 NW 7 Ave., Miami, FL 33127

Superblue Miami

Artists Es Devlin, teamLab, and James Turrell have created immersive light, video, and sound experiences, and invite you to embark on a multisensory journey through installations that are as visually spectacular as they are thought-provoking. Wind your way through a mirrored labyrinth by Es Devlin, discover a transcendent digital environment by teamLab, and enter an enveloping light-based Ganzfeld work by James Turrell.
Tickets $36

Superblue Miami
1101 Northwest 23rd Street
Miami, FL 33127

SwampSpace | Ruth Burotte - Solo, Not Alone

Young Haitian-American artist Ruth Burotte cleverly depicts her superheroes influenced by Japanese Manga and American Hip-Hop making visible a future/present that is both dystopian and joyfully dissociated, to shift the paradigms of art today.

OPENING RECEPTION November 20th 6-9pm
November 20th - December 2021

3940 N Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33127


TOGETHER is an experimental happening, multi-format art platform launching during Miami Art Week (Nov 29 – Dec 5, 2021). This inaugural edition will take place at the Seven Seas Motel*, in the historic corridor of Biscayne Boulevard. Diverse and inquisitive program that includes an exhibition, a screening series, performances, talks, site-specific installations and musical concerts. We have also launched our own cryptocurrency, $TGTHR, in partnership with Rally, and are releasing NFTs by a selection of artists.
Nov 29 – Dec 5, 2021

Exhibition Opening and Party Monday 6–11pm
Public hours: Tues - Sat 4 – 8PM; Sun, 11 – 6pm

Seven Seas Hotel | Miami Hotel
5940 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, FL 33137

The Bass Museum of Art

PERIMETERS \ NOV 28,2021-APR 17,2022

Opening late November 2021, The Bass presents Perimeters, an exhibition of new and site-specific work by Israeli born, New York-based artist Naama Tsabar. Offering the potential for activation and performance throughout, the exhibition centers on Tsabar’s most recent series, Inversions, presenting new iterations of four bodies of work that Tsabar has explored from 2006 to the present.
Naama Tsabar works at the intersection of architecture and music, showing viewers how sound moves both through and beyond walls and buildings. She often makes large-scale collaborative performances, sculptures and installations that can be played by musicians and visitors alike. For Perimeters, Tsabar will fuse elements from sculpture, music, performance and architecture and transforms the museum itself into a playable instrument
Performance Tues through Thurs 2pm & 4pm


Alex Israel x Snapchat is a unique collaboration between the Los Angeles-based artist and Snap. Invited to work with Snap’s advanced augmented reality team to expand upon his multi-disciplinary practice, Israel has created five augmented reality experiences, each linked to one of his Self-Portrait paintings. Five Lenses, unleashed in your smartphone, overlay Snap’s groundbreaking AR onto Israel’s physical works to give viewers an entirely new experience of painting. A site-specific sixth work leverages Snap’s Landmarker technology and interacts with the museum’s historic Art Deco façade. While Alex Israel x Snapchat debuted at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity in 2019; this exhibition will unveil three brand new works and will be on view at The Bass in Miami Beach starting November 29 through May 1, 2022.

The Bass Museum of Art
2100 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Tile Blush | Brian Rideout

Brian Rideout makes pictures about pictures. His work investigates contemporary images, sourced from print and online, for their art historical relevance, as a continuation of the history of painting and image production. Rideout's works comprise a narrative of art, architecture, and object following an undulating cycle of definition, utility, and design, softly dramatizing the multiple registers that art has come to occupy and employ over time as a material thing wholly existing in the world. He is interested in art as document, as decoration, as ideological accessory, as technological or functional support.

Tile Blush
255 N.E. 69th Street. Miami, FL 33138


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. 

Cross Performance: Hamlet Lavastida (with Coco Fusco, Janet Batet and Marco Castillo), El billetaje quemando la calle/Bills Burning the Street. 12pm–3pm (Daily)
Special Project Viewing: Antonia Wright: And so with ends comes beginnings, 2019-2020. Monday 29 Nov, 4-6pm. Location: Floating video screen viewable from Lummus Park Beach in front of Untitled Art Fair.

Cross Performance: Hamlet Lavastida (with Coco Fusco, Janet Batet and Marco Castillo), El billetaje quemando la calle/Bills Burning the Street. 1pm–4pm
Podcast: Vulnerability of Recent Times: Water, Ocean, Body, & Environment, presented by SF Artists Alumni (SFAA). Time: 1pm. Location: Podcast Lounge.

Lost Underground: A Conversation on Queer Space & Care co-presented by Oolite Arts and Untitled. Public screening and conversation centered around GeoVanna Gonzalez’s Lost Underground. Time: 6:00PM. Location: Monuments Section M1 at Ocean Drive and 12th Street- SiTE:LAB OPEN FRAME:Miami Beach

Monday: Press/VIP Preview 1 - 8pm.
Open to the Public: Wed - Sat 11 - 7pm. 
$40 General.

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

de la Cruz Collection

There Is Always One Direction brings together paintings, sculptures, and site-specific installations from our private collection. The title of this year’s exhibition is taken from Gabriel Orozco’s sculpture Four Bicycles (There Is Always One Direction), 1994, currently exhibited on the third floor. Our annual exhibitions represent the collection's history and revisit works within the context of the moment.
Rosa and Carlos de la Cruz, 2021
Free Admission

Tues Nov. 30th - Sat Dec. 4th, 2021. 9 am - 4:30 pm

de la Cruz Collection
23 NE 41st St, Miami

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