Art Miami (3101 NE 1st Ave, Miami, FL) — This is where it all started. The first art fair to anchor itself in Miami, Art Miami is still the week’s strongest venue. Everyone we talked to last year agreed that high-priced masterpieces aside, this was the more interesting fair to attend. This year’s line up includes 125 galleries, with some returning for their 5th, 10th and 15th year. See some of our interviews from last year’s fair. One of the galleries participating this year is a Washington D.C. based CONNERSMITH, previously profiled on galleryIntell during The Armory Show. Download the Art Miami floor plan.
Art Basel Miami Beach (1901 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach, Florida) — The biggest, the flashiest and the most expensive of all venues, look at it as the Bergdorf’s of the art world. The mothership. Multi-million-dollar sales are closed here, so take your Black Amex from the freezer and we’ll see you and your Celine Phantom at the Convention Center! Watch our interviews from ABMB 2012. Click here to download the venue access map.
Context Art Miami (3201 NE 1st Avenue, Miami, FL) — The sister fair to Art Miami made its debut last year. It was very well-received, and so this year we are looking forward to seeing how it’s grown.
Pulse Art Fair (The Ice Palace, 1400 North Miami Avenues, Miami, FL) — This is a fair organized by the same amazing people who run the Affordable Art Fair in New York. With Cristina Salmastrelli at the helm, the venue is featuring some of the strongest art galleries from New York and around the world. Our favorites include the Von Lintel gallery, that recently relocated from NY to LA, Yancey Richardson, Bryce Wolkowitz gallery and taubert Contemporary. Download the floor plan here.
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