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Art Basel / Miami Art Week 2015
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During Art Miami Week

Nader Latin American Art Museum will exhibit 15 large-scale sculptures by world renowned Colombian Master Fernando Botero in Bayfront Park. Sculpture is an essential part of Botero's oeuvre, which is worldwide recognized. Fernando Botero is regarded as one of the world's greatest artists; his voluptuous monumental sculptures are known and appreciated throughout the world. Their presence in Miami is an historical moment for our community and the millions of art lovers that visit us.

Bayfront Park
Downtown Miami


Monday - Sunday, November 30 - December 6

Locust Projects will present Pore, an exhibition of new work by Brooklyn-based artist Martha Friedman. For her first major show in Miami, Friedman has created four vividly colored sheets of rubber – made by pouring around 1,000 lbs of the material onto Locust Projects’ floor - that have been rigged to cascade from the rafters. Each site-specific sculpture has a costume attached and is colored to reference one of the four humors, the theory of which formed the basis of Western medicine for over two thousand years. Pore also includes a series of metal sculptures, including a monumental-scale necklace that hangs from the ceiling, based on an original piece constructed from a repurposed drain cover and paperclips. Further inside the exhibition is Cut Piece, a work that consists of dissected metal tubes with sharp points at its extremities, cross-sectioned like a medical school cadaver, oozing rubber appendages. Along the perimeter of the space, metal mannequins support the four costumes that are attached to the rubber pours. New York choreographer/dancer Silas Riener will interact with the sculptural installation through a performance developed collaboratively with Friedman. Performed in the round, for a standing audience, Reiner will, in turn, put on each costume and dramatize a choreographed series of movements that explore the qualities associated with each humor. Performances: Monday at 3; Tuesday & Wednesday at 8; Thursday at 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Friday at 11 a.m.; Saturday at 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.; and Sunday at 11 a.m.

Locust Projects
3852 N. Miami Avenue, Miami Design District


Monday - Friday, November 30 - December 4

As part of its 2015 Art Basel celebration and its Contemporary Arts Program, Vizcaya Museum and Gardens will present Fantastical Vizcaya — a project featuring eleven local artists who were commissioned to create site-specific, performance-based works in conjunction with Art Basel. Fantastical Vizcaya celebrates the physical and conceptual engineering feats and myth making-genius that made Vizcaya possible. By exploring the estate’s construction and its makers’ imagination, artists highlight the process that led to the fully realized Vizcaya. Artists' and exhibition schedule: Dona Altemus (Monday and Wednesday - Friday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.); Homo-Sapiens Collab: David Rohn and Danilo de la Torre (Monday & Friday 4 p.m.); Daniel Milewski (Tuesday - Vizcaya members only); Amalia Caputo and Sebastian Duncan Portuondo (Wednesday - Friday 10 a.m. o 4:30 p.m.); Pip Brant (Thursday TBD); and Misael Soto (Friday TBD). Other artists represented are Cara Despain, Alan Gutierrez and Maritza Molina. Vizcaya open daily from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. except Tuesday. Admission is $18 for adults; $6 for children 6 to 12; $12 for seniors; $10 for students; and free for members, veterans and active duty military personnel and children 5 and under.

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
3251 South Miami Avenue, Miami

5" X 7" ART SALE

Monday - Sunday, November 30 - December 6 from noon to 5 p.m.

Miami Art Week is known for a lot of things, but typically affordable artwork isn’t usually one of them. This year the Bakehouse is changing that with its "5” x 7” Art Sale," featuring hundreds of works in all media by Bakehouse and local artists. Each piece in the exhibition is 5” x 7” and costs just $100. A perfect chance to start your collection or find unique holiday gifts!

Bakehouse Art Complex
561 N.W. 32nd Street, Wynwood Art District


Monday, November 30 from 7 to 10 p.m.

As the resident artists of Fountainhead prepare for their Basel exhibitions throughout the city this week, take a peek in their studios for an inside look at where it all begins and the process behind the work.

7338 N.W. Miami Court, Miami


Monday, November 30 from 6 to 10 p.m.

The Screening Room will present Escaping Gravity, a new body of work by Wendy Wischer. With these three new pieces, a sculpture, a video and a multi-media installation, Wischer turns her focus more directly to nature, reflecting poetically on our surroundings, the cycle of life, as well as the major signals of our current environmental issues. Escaping Gravity represents fragments of Wischer’s journey to free herself from gravitational pulls, both physical and emotional.

The Screening Room
2626 N.W. 2nd Avenue, Wynwood Art District


Monday - Sunday, November 30 - December 6

Special Art Basel hours will be in place at The Wolfsonian-FIU. See Philodendron: From Pan-Latin Exotic to American Modern where Central and South American flora take center stage in this sprawling exhibition that charts the migration of tropical plants from their native habitats to North American and European gardens and interiors. Philodendron includes objects created by indigenous Amazonian peoples; botanical drawings by Heinrich Schott, who first classified hundreds of Philodendron species; and works by such artists and designers as Henri Matisse, Roberto Burle-Marx, Paulo Werneck, and Erdem. Also on view is Margin of Error, exploring cultural responses to mechanical mastery and engineered catastrophes of the modern age — the shipwrecks, crashes, explosions, collapses, and novel types of workplace injury that interrupt the path of progress. Major artists and designers showcased include Man Ray, Lewis Hine, Margaret Bourke-White, Herbert Bayer, Julius Klinger and Louis Lozowick. Hours are from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday - Thursday; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday.

The Wolfsonian - FIU
1001 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach


Monday, November 30 from 7 to 10 p.m.

More than 20 original works by popular Russian-Peruvian artist Lisa Diakova will be on view at a special event to benefit Biscayne Bay Kiwanis and its programming to help underprivileged youth. The pop surrealist, whose work is in private collections around the world, is best known for her delicate portraits of stylized characters that tug at the mind and spirit. The exhibition will include paintings, drawings and dolls by Diakova, along works from other artists. Enjoy a jazz/blues performance by Haitian artist Wendy Tercier, accompanied by Novell Allen. An open bar with cocktail menu will be sponsored by Bombay Sapphire. 1920's attire is encouraged, and a prize will be awarded for best costume! Tickets are $20 and can be purchased online. You must be 21 to attend.

Studio 6
46 N.W. 36th Street, Miami


Monday - Sunday, November 30 - December 6

Alejandra von Hartz Gallery will show Temporal Systems by Marta Chilindron, her second solo show with the gallery. The exhibition features previously created and new multidimensional sculptures by Chilindron, including a large scale new piece. The acrylic kinetic constructions are made of sheets of the transparent material in clear and bright colors. The panels of the sculptures are hinged allowing movement and manipulation, subject to be transformed and activated by the viewer in a wide variety of configurations. Gallery hours during Miami Art Week are 9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Alejandra von Hartz Gallery
2630 N.W. 2nd Avenue, Wynwood Art District


November 30 - December 6

Michy’s Pop-Up will return for its 3rd year during Art Basel Miami Beach, located at Miami Beach Botanical Garden, just across the street from the Miami Beach Convention Center. The eateries – consisting of the Garden Café by Michelle Bernstein, serving breakfast and lunch, and Michy’s Pop Up restaurant in the evening – will give locals and visitors a delicious destination for a morning bite, mid-afternoon refreshment or sophisticated dinner while attending Art Basel. The Garden Café will open on Monday, serving a diverse menu of breakfast and lunch dishes imbued with Bernstein’s signature style in a casually chic setting, offering table service as well as a grab n’ go option. Dinner service will begin on Wednesday in the Garden’s Banyan Room and on the terrace. It will feature a fresh daily menu, including an array of small plates, as well as a premium bar and an internationally-inspired wine list. Metered, municipal and valet parking are available.

Miami Beach Botanical Garden
2000 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach


Monday, November 30 at 7 p.m.

Six Cuban artists in search of a common stage - Alberto Lescay, Michel Mirabal, Niels Reyes, Eduardo Roca Salazar Choco, Jorge Luis Santos and David Velázquez, each with vast expertise and outstanding national and international presence join their voices in a kind of circumstantial symphony. This adventure that seeks to conciliate impressions, experiences, colors, creeds and procedures might also become the first page of a particular binnacle.

Albert Linero Gallery
2294-B N.W. 2nd Avenue, Wynwood Art District


Monday, November 30 from 7 to 9 p.m.

What began as a child’s fascination with comic books became a love of drawing and reading “fanzines” for Peruvian artist Amadeo Gonzales. Originating as a fan-magazine that Gonzales started with his brother 15 years ago, "Carboncito" now has 18 editions and continues to emerge as the platform for contemporary Latin American cartoon illustrations. Meet the artist and see Gonzales’ colorful and dynamic drawings and murals.

Britto Charette Showroom
310 N.W. 26th Street, Wynwood Art District


Monday - Sunday, November 30 - December 6 from noon to 6 p.m.

See Concentric Paths and new works by Daniela Wicki. Opening reception in Saturday, November 28, from 5 to 9 p.m.

Daniela Wicki Studio
2525 N.W. 2nd Avenue, Wynwood Art District


Monday - Saturday, November 30 - December 5

An exhibition of international contemporary female artists celebrating women. Works by Griselda Alvarez, Sunny Choi, Angela Occhipinti, Nina Surel and Rimi Yang. A portion of proceeds from the sale of art will benefit women and children at Chapman Partnership for the Homeless. Hours are Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from noon to 5 p.m.

Poltrona Frau
3800 N.E. Miami Court, Miami Design District


Monday, November 30 from 7 to 10 p.m.

Known for creating immersive tableaux vivant-style installations, Israel-based artist Dina Shenhav uses soft materials like ash or foam to sculpt powerful scenes of domestic and urban life and destruction. For the installation, D.O.A. (Dead on Arrival), whose title is borrowed from the police jargon used to describe a murder scene, Shenhav meticulously recreates a hunter’s cabin, complete with all of the tools of his trade: rifles, knives, guns, tree stumps, ammunition, traps, taxidermy deer heads and fur pelts. Curated by Tami Katz-Freiman, the exhibition will be on view through January 31.

ArtCenter Little River Edition
7252 N.W. Miami Court, Miami


Tuesday, December 1 from 6 to 9 p.m.

An opening reception for Horizons, an exhibition of work by Sheila Elias, curated by Roberta Gonella, will be held at the artist's studio. The event is hosted by Deepak Soni of Vontobel Swiss Wealth Advisors, A.G. Open to the public.

Studio of Sheila Elias
1510 N.E. 130th Street, North Miami


Tuesday, December 1 at 5:30 p.m.

Join Francisco Arocha, CEO of HES Group, artists Rob Buchholz and Peter Tunney to kick off Miami Art Week with the unveiling of the 50-foot WISH Exhibit and Tunney's Lady Bug. Created by Rob Buchholz, WISH is a mixed medium project depicting three contemporary dandelions that are losing their seeds in the wind. Like most of Buchholz' projects, the size of WISH - 50 feet high - definitely catches everyone’s attention. Its custom designed RGB LED pixel array controlled by bespoke software and programming models the precise location of each pixel in 3D space. The installation provides a 360-degree 3D experience. The exhibit will also include American pop artist Peter Tunney’s roving lit vehicle and work of art, “Lady Bug,” which was featured in Nick Jonas’ “Chains” video filmed in Wynwood. The exhibition will be on view through the month of December.

Site of the future Triptych Hotel Miami
3601 N. Miami Avenue, Miami


Tuesday - Saturday, December 1 - 5

American artist Spencer Finch will debut his artistic ice cream truck at Art Basel. Finch uses a solar-powered truck to distill the colors of the sunset into tasty soft-serve ice cream cones dubbed “edible monochromes.” Enjoy these sun-colored treats free of charge during Miami Art Week. Finch is best known for his sky-colored installation at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, Spencer Finch blends poetic sensibility with a scientific approach in order to capture ephemeral experiences in clever and beautiful ways. See Finch Tuesday from 5 to 10 p.m. and Wednesday - Saturday from 1 to 8 p.m.

Next to Hyde Midtown Suites & Residences
3401 N.E. 1st Avenue, Midtown


Tuesday - Sunday, December 1 - 6

Art Miami will return for its 26th edition this December, maintaining its title as the original and longest-running Miami art fair. As the No. 1 ranked international art fair for attendance in the U.S. and second-most attended globally, Art Miami attracts more than 85,000 new and established collectors, curators, museum professionals, press and art world luminaries annually to its 200,000 square foot pavilion in Wynwood Art District. Art Miami remains committed to showcasing the most important artworks from the 20th and 21st centuries for acquisition in collaboration with a highly vetted selection of international galleries. The fair kicks off Miami Art Week with an invite-only VIP Private Preview, presented by Merrill Lynch, on Tuesday from 5:30 to 10 p.m. to benefit the Pérez Art Museum Miami. Fair hours are Wednesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday from 11 to 6 p.m. One-day pass $40; multi-day $85; seniors $25; students $15 and children under 12 free.

The Art Miami/CONTEXT Pavilions
2901 N.E. 1st Avenue, Midtown Miami


Tuesday - Saturday, December 1 - 5

Founded in 2005, PULSE Contemporary Art Fair is an established part of the annual art calendar with editions in New York and Miami Beach. The fair is recognized for providing its international community of emerging and established galleries with a dynamic platform for connecting with a global audience. PULSE Miami Beach welcomes galleries from three continents, with over 85% presenting three artists or fewer. Over a quarter of the fair is comprised of first-time exhibitors and nearly half participated in last year’s Miami edition. The fair opens on Tuesday with a Private Preview Brunch from 1 to 4 p.m. and an Opening Celebration from 4 to 7 p.m. Hours are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday with a Sunset Celebration on Saturday from 5 to 7 p.m.

Indian Beach Park
4601 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach


Tuesday - Sunday, December 1 - 6

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 Art Basel Miami Beach, Design Miami/ has become the premier venue for collecting, exhibiting, discussing and creating collectible design. A number of new galleries will join the Design Miami/ roster of exhibitors. Firma Casa, São Paulo, will show a new series of works by the Campana Brothers; Galerie Philippe Gravier, Paris, specialist in architecture, will show two monumental pavilions by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma; cutting edge and experimental contemporary design from Gallery ALL of Beijing; the rare watch dealership Le Collection’Heure, Brussels; collectible contemporary works from PHOS Art + Design (formerly Sarah Myerscough), London; and Secondome, Rome, a dynamic project space that commissions hand-crafted editions from an international list of designers. Preview Day, on Tuesday from noon to 8 p.m., is by invitation only. Show hours are Wednesday & Thursday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Thursday from 11 to 8; Friday from noon to 8 and Sunday from noon to 6 p.m. Tickets are $25, students and seniors $20, and one-day combo of Design Miami/ and Art Basel $60.

Design Miami
19th Street & Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach
Adjacent to the Miami Beach Convention Center


Tuesday - Sunday, December 1 - 6

Miami Project's fourth edition will feature a unique confluence of historical and contemporary art, offering fair-goers a distinct Miami Beach experience. On the heels of Miami's "Unrealism" exhibition - a direct response to one of the biggest new trends in the market today - and the figurative bend of MoMA PS1's Greater New York show, Miami Project will include several of the world's top figurative painting programs. The resurgence of this timeless form of art making has found its new place at the foreground of the global art scene, and Miami Project's leading galleries that focus on paintings of the person will be a must-visit stop for all those seeking pristine examples of bold figuration. Preview: Tuesday from 5 to 10 p.m., and public show hours are 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday - Saturday and 11 a.m. to 6 .m. on Sunday. Miami Project runs concurrently with Art on Paper Miami, and your ticket grants access to both fairs. Fair Pass valid for Preview and all public days is $60; multi-day tickets for all public days is $40; and 1-Day ticket valid Wednesday - Sunday is $25.

Deauville Beach Resort
6701 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach


Tuesday - Sunday, December 1 - 6

A Time Out New York Critic's Pick and one of The New York Times' must see March 2015 art fairs,
Art on Paper New York welcomed over 18,000 visitors and played host to compelling, large-scale installations and critically acclaimed exhibitions over four buzzing days. The fair's fresh Miami counterpart will be a similar forum for the exploration of a medium - a space for intimate conversation between exhibitor and collector with a refreshing focus on the artwork itself. Sasha Wolf returns as the fair's Artistic Director working with James Stroud of Center Street Studio to guide the fair's tightly curated paper-based program. Preview: Tuesday from 5 to 10 p.m., and public show hours are 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday - Saturday and 11 a.m. to 6 .m. on Sunday. Art on Paper runs concurrently with Miami Project, and your ticket grants access to both fairs. Fair Pass valid for Preview and all public days is $60; multi-day tickets for all public days is $40; and 1-Day ticket valid Wednesday - Sunday is $25.

Deauville Beach Resort
6701 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach


Tuesday - Sunday, December 1 - 6 from 4 p.m. to midnight

With so many galleries, fairs and events to attend during Miami Art Week, you might like a place to regroup with your friends, refresh and re-energize before you're off again. Base Camp is complete with charging stations, information booths, live performances, free refreshments and tons of free giveaways. It is your home base while bouncing between Basel events. Be sure to stop by on Saturday for the "Alice in Wynwood" closing party with even more fun and surprises!

46 N.W. 36th Street, Miami


Tuesday - Sunday, December 1 - 6 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

A talented collective of established and emerging artists from locales as varied as Trinidad and Tobago to Washington D.C. and New York will be showcased at the Prizm Art Fair. This year three curators will present works that highlight experimentations in contemporary visual art practices, including painting, sculpture, photography, multi-media installations and performance art. Prizm Art Fair will showcase a diverse group of artists who reflect the depth of talent within the transnational art market, bringing together an ensemble of contemporary voices that address issues and explore themes affecting people of color globally. Opening reception on Tuesday from 7 to 10 p.m. by invitation - email for invitation; and on Saturday Prizm will hold Prizm Panels during the day and the Prizm Block Party from noon to 7 p.m. Suggested donation: $15.

Prizm Art Fair
7300 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami


Tuesday - Thursday, December 1 - 3

Goldman Properties' Wynwood Walls kicks off Miami Art Week with "Calm Before the Sun," a Magnus Sodamin exhibit with Primary Projects and a Giant Polaroid Exhibit by Peter Tunney in the Garden Building. Open to the public from 11 p.m. to 2 a.m. On Wednesday panel discussions with artists of the Wynwood Walls in the Gallery from 3 to 8 p.m. And on Thursday there will be an artist print-signing in the Gallery from 6 to 8 p.m.

Wynwood Walls
2520 N.W. 2nd Avcenue, Wynwood Art District


Tuesday, December 1 from 7 to midnight

ICA Miami will present a major solo exhibition of acclaimed video and performance artist Alex Bag and a comprehensive presentation of Shannon Ebner’s photography will be on view. Both exhibitions speak to the rapidly advancing media culture of contemporary society, and reflect the museum’s ongoing commitment to providing a platform for the work of the most innovative and experimental artists practicing today. Opening reception for the exhibitions begins at 7 p.m., followed at 10 by special performances Shamir and poorgrrrl. Las Vegas’ Shamir evokes ’90s house, pop, and R&B with his unique sound, which is further distinguished by a tenor voice so piercing that it flirts with falsetto. Born and bred in Miami, poorgrrrl was conceived on Instagram in 2014 and premiered live at III Points Festival in October 2015. RSVP required.

Institute of Contemporary Art Miami
4040 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami Design District


Tuesday - Sunday, December 1 - 6

The Fearless Artist Pop Up Gallery is a unique event featuring more than 30 contemporary artists and designers from all over the world. The Pop Up show will transform a 3,000 square ft. warehouse into an interactive art and entertainment experience. Last year's successful pop up show featured 35 artists and hosted over 7,000 visitors, offering an opportunity for art industry professionals and aficionados to network, engage and connect with veteran and emerging artists. Hours are Tuesday from 6 p.m. to midnight; Wednesday from 6 p.m. to 3 a.m.k, Thursday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 a.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

The Fearless Artist Gallery Pop-Up
175 N.W. 25th Street, Wynwood Art District


Tuesday - Sunday, December 1 - 6 from 11 a.m. to midnight

Avant Gallery will present “The Epic Show,” a mega-exhibition featuring expanded programming, activations, nightlife collaborations and, this year, an exclusive glimpse into the not-so-distant future of art commerce in the realm of virtual reality, the world’s first immersive VR shopping experience. New works will be unveiled from gallery artists, including Metis Atash’s Swarovski encrusted Hermes and NBA inspired Punk Baby Buddha sculptures; the award-winning neo pop Birkream series by resident artist Becky Rosa; Angelo Accardi's “Misplaced” series, depicting ostriches on the loose in a post-apocalyptic society; and the neon mirror sculpture series of Camilo Matiz. As part of its exhibition, Avant will unveil its virtual reality gallery in collaboration with Avenue Planet. Guests can experience the gallery via virtual reality goggles while being immersed into Avant’s 3D retail space. This sneak preview will introduce the official launch in January 2016 of Avant Gallery's virtual reality showroom.

The Epic Hotel
270 Biscayne Boulevard Way, Downtown Miami


Tuesday, December 1 from 7 to 11 p.m.

A light-hearted look at the history of mechanization and the influence of machines on the development of modern civilization. The Machine Show is a loose-knit guild of artists whose work mirror the struggle and triumphs of humans over machines and visa versa. The roster includes Bhakti Baxter, Robert Chambers, Mark Diamond, Liz Ferrer, Brookhart Jonquil, Karelle Levy, Justin Long, Daniel Newman, Jeffery Noble, Brandon Opalka, TM Sisters, Robert Loria, Raymond Brown, Clifton Childree, Douglas Hoekzema, Paloma Izquierdo, Coral Morphologic, Franchesco LoCastro, Hugo Montoya, David Rohn, Jason Hedges and Tao Rey.

3940 N. Miami Avenue, Miami Design District


Tuesday - Sunday, December 1 - 6 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

"The Way We See It," a new exhibition of photography by Scot Sothern and Muir Vidler is on view at Mindy Solomon Gallery. Both artists exemplify the photographer as observer and reporter by choosing subjects that are unique and fully authentic, living lives that exist in some instances outside of the cultural mainstream, finding comfort in neighborhoods and communities where individuality can be embraced. In the gallery’s Project Space, Juana Valdes explores the notion of culture, place, and chronology in her installation entitled "An Inherent View of the World."

Mindy Solomon Gallery
8397 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami


Tuesday, December 1 from 6:30 to 9 p.m.

The Emotions of R. Ricieri will display over 100 works by Italian-Brazilian artist Roberto Ricieri, including his Infinity Series of paintings, along with sculptures and drawings. Learn more about the artist and how his time in captivity led to his becoming an artist through the book titled “Ricieri: The Art Born from Captivity,” a documentary movie, his own testimony.

Ricieri Art Studio
325 N.E. 59th Terrace, Miami


Wednesday - Friday, December 2 - 4 from 9 a.m. to noon

On view at Margulies Collection will be Anselm Kiefer: Paintings, Sculpture, Installation, and Susan Philipsz - Immersive Sound Installation. Permanent exhibitions include works by Magdalena Abakanowicz, Ron Bladen, Pier Paolo Calzolari, Anthony Caro, Chamberlain, de Kooning, Eliasson, Flavin, Heizer, Judd, Jannis Kounellis, LeWitt, Miró, Noguchi, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Segal, Serra, Tony Smith, and Franz West. Extended hours for the week: Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Docent-led tours offered Wednesday through Saturday at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. and at 11 a.m. on Sunday. Admission is $10 for adults; free for Florida students with ID and $5 for all other students. Proceeds benefit the Lotus House, a residential facility for homeless women, youth and children.

The Margulies Collection at the Warehouse
591 N.W. 27th Street, Wynwood Art District


Wednesday, December 2 from 9 p.m. to midnight
Exhibition on view through Sunday, December 6

See an installation of the incredibly hyper-realistic, bronze statues of people, primarily of swimmers and divers, in and around the historic National Hotel in collaboration with Markowicz Fine Art, located in the Miami Design District. The National Hotel will transform into a temporary art gallery for Feuerman’s iconic water sculptures and prints, featuring “The Golden Mean,” a 16-foot male diver statue representing the struggles to achieve perfect balance; and “Survival of Serena,” her first sculpture in a series of painted bronze pieces. Known for her monumental sculptures of the human form, Feuerman is the only figurative artist to paint bronze for use in outdoor public art, and the only sculptor to install this life-like art in water. She is the originator of the “painting with fire” technique, in which she pours, splatters and splashes six or more different molten metals to create unique art. At the book signing, enjoy one-of-a-kind art displays throughout the hotel, live entertainment and cocktails and bites from Tamara Bistro. The artist will meet and greet guests and sign copies of her new book, "Swimmers" and lithographs. RSVP by email or phone.

The National Hotel
1677 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach


Wednesday - Sunday, December 2 - 6

Art Basel Miami Beach will feature 267 leading galleries from North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia and Africa showing 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. Show hours are Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Private View (by invitation only); Vernissage on Thursday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. (by invitation only); open to the public Thursday from 3 to 8 p.m., Friday and Saturday from noon to 8 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 6 p.m. Tickets are $47 for one-day; $100 for all days; and $60 one day for both Art Basel and Design Miami. Tour the show with a knowledgeable art expert, available daily during show hours. Private and group tours are offered in English or Spanish by ArtNexus - tours@artnexus.com.

Miami Beach Convention Center
1901 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach


Wednesday - Sunday, December 2 - 6

Art Basel will present a premier program of over 50 films and videos by and about artists selected under the title ‘Our Hidden Futures,’ again curated by David Gryn. Also, first-time film curator Marian Masone has selected the feature-length film ‘Troublemakers – The Story of Land Art’ (2015) by James Crump for a special screening at the Colony Theater on Friday at 8:30 p.m. Admission is free, but seating at the Colony is limited. Daily over 80 selected works will be presented on touch-screen monitors at the Miami Beach Convention Center Film Library during show hours. Access with a show entrance ticket. Nightly, Wednesday through Saturday at 6 p.m., outdoor screenings will take place in SoundScape Park, screened on the 7,000-square-foot outdoor projection wall of the New World Center, a three-minute walk from the Convention Center. Admission to SoundScape Park is free. Visitors are encouraged to bring blankets and lawn chairs. The films to be shown are: Mariele Neudecker on Wednesday; Sofie Alsbo on Thursday; Camille Norment on Friday and Alice Jacobs on Saturday.

New World Center SoundScape
500 17th Street, Miami Beach
Colony Theater
1040 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach


Wednesday - Sunday, December 2 - 6 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Elle Decor's Modern Life Concept House is a curated showcase on art and design in a 6,000 square-foot, one-of-a-kind condominium home in the Wynwood Art District. It features the work of four designers. including Matthew MacDonald, Elizabeth Martin, Sam Robin and Fernando Wong. From luxury kitchens and bathrooms to finely crafted furniture and sophisticated consumer electronics, the Concept House is the ultimate design-focused gallery, showcasing top talent and some of the nation's finest supplies of finishes, furnishings and decorative items. It will be open to the public by appointment; tickets are $35, purchased by phone, to benefit the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Society of University of Miami.

250 Wynwood
250 N.W. 24th Street, Wynwood Art District
305-243-9088 or 786-527-0094


Thursday, December 3 from 9 p.m. to midnight

Devonté Hynes & Ryan McNamara will take over Pérez Art Museum Miami Terrace to perform “Dimensions,” an immersive presentation that blends dance, music and sculpture. PAMM commissioned a collaborative performance between musician Devonté Hynes (Blood Orange) and artist Ryan McNamara and includes an original multi-part composition by Hynes, an internationally-acclaimed musician and producer, and sculptural elements and choreography by McNamara, a celebrated performance artist. The performance is an allegory of Miami’s history as a place of fantasy and fragmentation. The two artists, assisted by Miami-based musicians and dancers, will respond to South Florida sites of displacement and fantasy: High rises at the Ocean’s edge, Opa-locka, a recovering neighborhood with a dense concentration of Moorish architecture; Vizcaya, an opulent estate on the shores of Coconut Grove characterized by faux-historic European opulence; and Coral Castle, an otherworldly monument made by a Latvian immigrant in the fits of unrequited love. The event is open to PAMM Sustaining and above level members as well as Art Basel Miami Beach, Design Miami/ and Art Miami VIP cardholders.

Pérez Art Museum Miami
1103 Biscayne Boulevard, Downtown Miami
www.PAMM.org/support for membership info


Wednesday - Sunday, December 2 - 6 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Daniel Arsham’s exhibition, "The Future Was Written" at YoungArts, begins with nearly 2,000 objects made of chalk and evolves during Miami Art Week with the markings, drawings and words of visitors on the gallery's black chalkboard walls. In signature Arsham style, these objects represent body parts, such as hands and faces as well as outmoded communication devices including cameras, telephones, video game controllers, and computers. Visitors of all ages are encouraged to write, draw and make their markings on the walls of the gallery, with the chalk casts progressively disappearing throughout the duration of the show. Epitomizing many of the prevalent themes and motifs in Arsham's work - including the interplay of archaeology and architecture, eroding environments overtaken by nature, and the blurred line between the real and imagined — the exhibition will provide vistiors with a unique experience as actors and creators over a period of time. Curated by Franklin Sirmans, the Director of Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM).

National YoungArts Foundation
2100 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami


Wednesday - Sunday, December 2 - 6

Colombia is the gateway to Latin America at MOCA’s Art Basel 2015 exhibition with the opening of “Carlos Salas: Latin America and the Global Imagination.” Curated by MOCA Executive Director Babacar MBow, in partnership with the Consulate of the Republic of Colombia in Miami, the exhibition features 60 monumental abstract paintings by the artist. Born in 1957, Salas studied architecture at the University of Los Andes and painting at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris. He received multiple accolades for his contributions to abstract art, and at the age of 42 he was the youngest artist to ever present a retrospective at the Bogota Museum of Modern Art. Salas’ blazing spirit is evident in his elaborate brush strokes that resemble scratches and scars that – while open to interpretation and analysis – cannot hide the artist’s intensity and passion. The exhibition opens on Wednesday from 6 to 10 p.m.

Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami (MOCA)
770 N.E. 125th Street, North Miami


Wednesday - Sunday, December 2 - 6 from noon to 5 p.m.

MDC'S Museum of Art + Design (MOA+D) will present Mary Queen of the Universe, a solo exhibition of works by New York-based artists and brothers Steven and William Ladd. Organized by the Parrish Art Museum in The Hamptons, and curated by Terrie Sultan, the exhibition will be open to the public during Miami Art Week and continueing through March 27, 2016. The Ladd Brothers have dedicated the past sixteen years to collaborating on works of art which represent their shared memories. Mary Queen of the Univeerse, now on its second stop from the Parrish Art Museum, explores their experiences at their St. Louis Catholic grade school. A personal statement, the exhibition offers towers, mini maquettes, books, drawings, and prints, which took four years to create. Their signature hand sewn boxes contain meticulously constructed environments. When closed and stacked, the boxes become sculptural towers, majestic works of art, at rest until the towers are dismantled and contents revealed. It is often through a rhythmic and choreographed performance that the brothers open the boxes and arrange them in their own personal landscape formation. Admission is free.

Museum of Art + Design (MOA+D) at The Freedom Tower
600 Biscayne Boulevard, 2nd Floor, Downtown Miami


Wednesday, December 2 at 10 p.m.

Yeelen Gallery will host the opening reception for "what’s Inside Her never dies - a Black Woman’s Legacy," a group exhibition curated by Karla Ferguson, in collaboration with Poets & Artists Magazine. The exhibition brings together a select group of like-minded artists, curators and cultural tastemakers to celebrate the legacy and influence of the Black Woman. “what’s Inside Her never dies…” will mark the three-year anniversary of Yeelen
Gallery and includes the compelling work of 25 artist/activists, including Sylvia Parker Maier, Tim Okamura, Joseph Adolphe, Jerome Soimaud and Numa Perrier. There will also be a panel discussion at the gallery on Wednesday, December 2, a 1 .m. The exhibition will be on view through February 28, 2016.

Yeelen Gallery
294 N.W. 54th Street, Little Haiti


Wednesday, December 2 at 7:30 p.m.

Experience "FREEDOM," Alexander Mijares' 2015 Art Basel exhibition. Mijares uses a refugee boat that washed ashore on Florida's Islamorada as a canvas for the centerpiece this year's exhibition. Gallery will be open Wednesday through Sunday. RSVP please.

A. Mijares
151 N.W. 24th Street, Wynwood Art District


Wednesday - Saturday, December 2 - 5

Miami Dade College’s MDC Live Arts will present Holoscenes, a provocative performance art piece, at the Wolfson Campus, Kyriakides Plaza. Created by arts visionary and TED Senior Fellow, Lars Jan, to “make people feel climate change in their gut, rather than just understand it,” Holoscenes is an epic performance-installation that embodies the trauma of flooding and explores the evolution of human endurance and habitual behavior in the context of natural catastrophe. It is a visceral, cross-disciplinary project born out of the widely shared concern that our troubled relationship to water will become the central issue of the 21st century. Holoscenes will activate the plaza with an elevator-sized aquarium filled and drained by a custom hydraulic system. Viewable from 360 degrees, it will be inhabited by performers conducting everyday behaviors (e.g. selling fruit, getting dressed, reading a paper, tuning a guitar) and curated via a global open-call submission process. As water rises and falls, the performers strive to continue their activities, swimming to the top for air, diving down, and adapting to the new environment. Hydrophones allow audiences access to sounds inside the aquarium, which then become part of Holoscenes’ otherworldly soundscape. Experience it for yourself Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Thursday through Saturday from 2 to 8 p.m. Free and open to the public.

Miami Dade College Wolfson Campus
300 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Downtown Miami


Wednesday - Sunday, December 2 - 6

Spectrum Miami, a juried, contemporary art show in the heart of Miami's Performing Arts District, will take place as part of the popular Miami Art Week. Spectrum Miami celebrates the fine art experience with five days of music, entertainment, and other special events, highlighting thousands of innovative works among Miami’s top talent in the newest hotspot arts district. Show hours are Wednesday, an opening preview to benefit Life Is Art, from 6 to 10 p.m.; Thursday through Saturday from 1 to 9 p.m.; and Sunday from noon to 6 p.m. Tickets $25 for Opening Night Preview; $50 for Preview and 5-day pass; general admission Saturday and Sunday is $20 and $10 for students and seniors; free on Thursday and Friday. Tickets will be honored at both Spectrum Miami and Red Dot.

Spectrum Miami Tent
1700 N.E. Second Avenue, Miami


Wednesday - Sunday, December 2 -6

PINTA, the leading Ibero-American art fair, will return to Miami for the 13th edition of Art Basel Miami Beach. PINTA Miami is the only curated boutique art fair with a specific geographic focus, an international platform for Ibero-American art identities and issues. The fair will showcase the best of abstract, concrete, neo-concrete, kinetic and conceptual art movements, welcoming over 50 of the most prestigious art galleries from Latin America, Spain and Portugal in addition to a series of conferences and conversations known as PINTA Forum and curated by Roc Laseca. Open Wednesday (by invitation only) from 5 to 9 p.m., Thursday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Mana Wynwood
318 N.W. 23rd Street, Wynwood Art District


Wednesday - Sunday, December 2 - 6

INK Miami Art Fair will celebrate its 10th anniversary with the first INK Miami Invitational, reflecting the fair's emphasis on showcasing the vibrancy of printmaking as an artistic medium. INK Miami is unique among satellite fairs of Art Basel Miami Beach for its exclusive focus on works on paper. Founded in 2006 by the International Fine Print Dealers Association, INK Miami is anchored by IFPDA members, with each year's exhibitor roster curated to present a diverse survey of 20th century masterworks and just-published editions by leading contemporary artists. Major highlights: 'A World in a Box' (2015) by Mark Dion, a suite of 27 prints; bold new print works, including lithographs by Faith Ringgold and Maria Tomesula, etchings by Emmi Whitehorse and Enrique Chagoya, and a polymer etching with chine collè by Carrie Mae Weems; a new work, 'The Cottonwoods at Night' (2015), a collagraph print by Jim Dine. A Preview Breakfast presented by IFPDA at the Dorchester on Wednesday from 9 to 11 a.m. kicks off the fair. Hours are Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Thursday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.; and Sunday from 10 to 3 p.m.

Suites of Dorchester
1850 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach


Wednesday - Sunday, December 2 - 6

Aqua Art Miami, in its 11th season, will highlight emerging and young artists and galleries under the new direction of Katelijne De Backer. The fair represents over 100 artists across 28 cities and 10 countries. The fair kicks off with a VIP Preview on Wednesday from 3 to 10 p.m., and will open to the public on Thursday from noon to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Sunday from 11 to 6 p.m. Single day ticket is $15, and a multi-day pass for all Art Miami-branded fairs is $85.

Aqua Hotel
1530 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach


Wednesday - Sunday, December 2 - 6

UNTITLED is an international curated art fair that focuses on curatorial balance and integrity across all disciplines of contemporary art. Founded in 2012, Untitled selects a curatorial team to identify and curate a selection of galleries, artist-run exhibition spaces and non-profit institutions and organizations, in discussion with an architecturally designed venue. The dialogue developed between the curators and architects, and the collaboration with galleries and their artists, creates a diverse range of programming – performances, discussions, events - and special artist projects that furthers Untitled's innovative approach to the standard fair model. Fair hours are Wednesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday from 11 to 5 p.m. Tickets are $28 general admission; $18 for seniors, students, Miami Beach residents and groups of 15 or more.

Untitled's Pavilion on the beach
12th Street and Ocean Drive, Miami Beachh


Wednesday - Sunday, December 2 - 6

Sylvie Fleury is known for her seductive works that re-contextualize status symbols, luxury goods and brand slogans. Eternity Now, 2015, her newest site-specific neon, will be installed on the façade of the Bass Museum of Art’s Art Deco building during Art Basel, and on view through May 31, 2016. The exhibition is part of bassX, the museum’s series of artist projects presented during its year-long renovation. Fleury draws from elements of 20th Century art and consumer society to investigate the ideas of cultural desire. Her works explore the construction of identity and the absurdity of the quest for self-perfection. In a separate project, Fleury has created a custom-designed banner that encircles the construction site of the Bass Museum’s building renovation. The pattern recalls the artist’s series of Go Bust paintings, 2005, which were inspired by early self-portraits of her silhouette in a polka-dot sweater. Fleury lives and works in Geneva, Switzerland, and has been a significant figure on the international art scene since her first exhibition in 1990.

Bass Museum of Art
2100 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach


Wednesday - Sunday, December 2 - 6

MIA: Miami is Art, along with an impressive array of artists, will present events daily, all open to the public. Wednesday from 7 to 11 p.m., Video 1 Collective hosts “Wine Wednesday,” an organic social networking event for artists by artists; Thursday at 8:30 p.m., Valeria Amaral's Fashion Show; Friday from 7 to 11 p.m., New Age Realty hosts a social networking event; Saturday from 7 p.m. to midnight, Video 1 Collective will host a “Mannequin Face Off” unveiling “The Queen Chronicles,” a Myra Wexler and Project 3AMMIA by Star Roman and Robert Rodriguez; and on Sunday all day long, "Life is Beautiful," a detox and retox hour, live painting and stenciling.


Wednesday - Sunday, December 2 - 6 from noon to 6 p.m.

Architectural Digest's "Refuge" is an exhibition of five outdoor installations commissioned for the occasion of Art Basel Miami Beach 2015. This interactive experience with contemporary art features original works by Hilary Harnischfeger, Robert Lazzarini, Philippe Malouin, Michele Oka Doner and Carlos Rolón/Dzine, curated by Camille Obering.

The Beach Club at 1 Hotel South Beach
2341 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
(Enter at 24th Street and the Beach)


Wednesday - Sunday, December 2 - 6

Nader Latin American Art Museum show show the work of Acosta Leon, Alfonzo, Atchugarry, Bedia, Bermudez, Botero, Bravo, Bruzzone, Canovas, Capelán, Cardenas, Carreño, Cruz Azaceta, Cruz Diez, de Szyslo, Cuevas, Di Cavalcanti, Enriquez, Esnoz, Figari, Galan, Goldfarb, Grau, Guayasamin, Kuitca, Lam, Larraz, Lopes, Manzur, Matta, Mendive, Milhazes, Morales, Muñiz, Muñoz Vera, Negret, Pelaez, Pettoruti, Picasso, Portinari, Portocarrero, Rayo, Rivera, Soto, Tamayo, Torres Garcia, Zarraga and more.

Nader Latin American Art Museum
62 N.E. 27th Street, Wynwood Art District


Wednesday - Sunday, December 2 - 6

X Contemporary will present a​ robust series of special programs and events including panel discussions, performances and projects that will complement the selections from over 30 national and international exhibitors. VIP and Press Vernissage on Tuesday from 5 to 10 p.m.; VIP and Press Brunch on Wednesday from 10:30 a.m. to noon; general fair hours are Wednesday - Saturday fron noon to 9 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 6 p.m. Single day ticket $10; single day plus tote and beverage $20; multi-day tickets with tote and beverage $25.

X Contemporary Art Fair
227-247 N.W. 24th Street, Wynwood Art District


Wednesday, December 2 from 6 to 10 p.m.

Planet Fashion TV, the innovative magazine TV series from the Lifestyle Channel will host the VIP opening of Spectrum Miami Art Show with Art Loves Fashion. The brain-child of Celia Evans-Polhemus, producer of Planet Fashion TV, the show will feature iconic fashion label Burberry Prorsum's classic British design via a fashion show of the 2015 Fall Pret a Porter Collection. The show will also showcase LA Fashion Week producer Erik Rosete's capsule couture collections from international designers, creating an illuminating journey through time. Enjoy a VIP cocktail reception beginning at 6 p.m., the fashion show at 8, followed by Island Def Jam recording artist Cris Cab will perform hit songs from his upcoming album. General admission tickets are $40, which include an open bar; VIP tickets are $300.

Spectrum Art Fair
1700 N.E. Second Avenue, Miami Performing Arts District


Wednesday - Sunday, December 2 - 6

Make a beeline to "Hive," a free 5-day experience offering five unique art forms. Behind the Bar, presented by Miami Club Rum, will serve as the central colony at Hive with mixology demos by popular bartenders who will be creating over-the-top cocktails. Other Hive elements include music; Art en Vivo, featuring outdoor art installations with live art programming; an Arts & Craft Village with over 40 artisans; and a Pop-Up Restaurant featuring a state-of-the-art mobile kitchen unit and the ultimate culinary creations from Chef Ralph Pagano of Naked Taco / Naked Lunch. Also the Heineken® Mobile Art Experience will make a stop with its branded truck featuring a rotating canvas on the outside and a fully stocked art store and gallery on the inside. Hours are Wednesday 4 p.m. to midnight; Thursday 4 p.m. to 2 a.m.; Friday & Saturday noon to 2 a.m. and Sunday noon to 9 p.m. Free and open to all.

MANA Wynwood
2250 N.W. 2nd Avenue, Wynwood Art District


Wednesday, December 2 from 7 to 10 p.m.

Wander through the building and visit with resident artists in their studios. View current exhibitions: "MIA_BER: You Are Leaving the American Sector" and "In Between," a selection of site specific performances, as part of a one-day performance festival titled "PerforMIA 2015," presented by Edge Zones and curated by Liz Ferrer. ArtCenter will also open "Semiotic Tree" by Jorge Wellesley in the 924 Vitrine and a selection of works by artists who just culminated their studio residencies.

ArtCenter South Florida
924 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach


Wednesday, December 2 from 10 a.m. to 1 a.m.

“The 12 Experience,” presented by oddblueroses sets out to leave its mark with their artistic innovation during Miami Art Week. The event will be a two-part exhibition showcasing the twins’; two identical twin brothers who have possessed artistic abilities from the early age of 3. They will be installing an innovative, multi-sensory, artistic experience that will chronicle the journey through consciousness of millennials. Participants will find themselves immersed in familiar images and sounds re-imagined and juxtaposed to the universal patterns and frequencies. Stop by for live music, live painting and an experience you will never forget. Millennials are revolutionizing 2015!

Wynwood Lofts
2401 5th Avenue, Wynwood Art District


Thursday, December 3 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

Meet internationally acclaimed artist/photographer Jordan Matter and Miami City Ballet dancers at the special photography exhibition of MCB company dancers on the sands, streets and skylines of Miami. The exhibition is open to the public and will be on view from December 4 to 11, daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Please RSVP to opening reception. Proceeds from artwork sold will benefit the Dancer Career Transition Fund. Pictured: Miami City Ballet Dancers Lexie Overholt, Adrienne Carter, Jovani Furlan and Julian Duque in Four Dancers in Rain.

Miami City Ballet Ophelia and Juan Js. Roca Center
2200 Liberty Avenue, Miami Beach


Thursday, December 3 at 4:30 p.m.

As gallerists, artists, curators and collectors descend on Miami Art Week to experience the latest in the world of art and luxury, Bon Appétit Magazine, in conjunction with Volvo, will debut Miami's first “Taste What’s Next.” Michelin-starred Chef Fredrik Berselius and multimedia artist Chris Doyle will come together, at the center of where art, food and technology blend, to celebrate Volvo’s Scandinavian luxury, functionality and design, while showcasing their own never-before-experienced work. A fun late afternoon will transition into a high-energy night as hundreds of Miami’s art lovers and socialites enjoy cocktails, and bites prepared by Chef Fredrik in his first-ever Miami Art Week appearance, and become some of the first to preview the Scandinavian-inspired menu for his new restaurant, set to open in Brooklyn in the first half of next year. Simultaneously, artist Chris Doyle will reveal a new projection-driven masterpiece rooted in connecting the natural world with the growing digital culture. The event will also offer an opportunity to interact with Volvo’s new XC90 model through special demonstrations, while enjoying sounds by DJ Danny Stern.

MAPS Backlot
342 N.W. 24th Street, Wynwood Art District


Thursday, December 3 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Meet Nari Ward who will be at PAMM to sign copies of his new catalogue, Nari Ward:Sun Splashed, available in the PAMM shop. The exhibition is the largest survey of the artist's work to date and examines Ward’s career through interrelated frameworks that reveal the ongoing investigations, both material and intellectual, that have guided his practice across more than 20 years. Admission is free and open to the public on Thursday. Museum hours are Monday, Tuesday and Friday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 10 a.m to 5:30 and Thursday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Museum admission is $12 for adults, $8 for seniors, students and youth, and free for PAMM members and children under 6.

Perez Art Museum Miami
1103 Biscayne Boulevard, Downtown Miami


Thursday, December 3 from 7 to 9 p.m.

Mandarin Oriental, Miami and Peruvian gallery MORBO will host an evening that fuses art, music and technology, combining the opening of an exhibition of contemporary art by street artist and award-winning painter Alex Brewer, known as Hense. The exhibition features a collection of artworks that combine techniques of graffiti and abstract painting with elegant compositions saturated with bold colors and lively movement. Meet Hense and enjoy an exclusive performance by Pauchi Sasaki of Peru. During her appearance, Sasaki wears a dress made of speakers that allows her to mix a live violin performance with electronic music through sensors on her hands. A special menu inspired by the art and performance will be presented by La Mar Executive Chef Diego Oka so make reservations today so you don't miss out! The exhibition is open for viewing through Sunday, December 6.

Mandarin Oriental, Miami's La Mar Restaurant
500 Brickell Key Drive, Downtown Miami
305 913 8358


Thursday, December 3 at 7 p.m.

MOCA and Miami Country Day School will jointly present "Latin American Visual Expressions," works that reflect a pioneering myth of experience to express our deepest longings. In the process, they lay a foundation for those who would come after and foreshadow the making of the future. Free and open to the public.

Miami Country Day School, Taplin Gallery in the Franco Center
301 N.E. 107th Street, Miami Shores
305-779-7204 (Mary Novas)


Thursday - Saturday, December 3 - 6

To showcase Stella Artois' debut at Art Basel, the brand has partnered with Visionaire and will give fair-goers a luxury limited-edition collectible. Twelve artists have created for the series, including pop-icon Miley Cyrus, David Salle, Fyodor Pavlov-Adreevich, Fabien Cousteau and others. You can experience, curate and take home large-scale posters of the beautifully printed art at the free public installation at Faena Art Beach. This activation is one part of the Stella Artois “Give Beautifully” holiday campaign. Stop by for your free art on Thursday and Friday from 5 to 11 p.m., Saturday from 2 to 11 p.m. and Sunday from 2 to 8 p.m.

Faena Art Beach,k Faena Hotel Miami Beach
3201 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach


Thursday - Sunday, December 3 - 6

For the first time, History Miami Museum will spice up Art Week by hosting one of Miami’s most popular art events: The Miami Street Photography Festival. The festival will feature world-class photographers, photography exhibitions, lectures, book signings, workshops, photo walks and portfolio reviews. World-renowned photographers Bruce Davidson, David Alan Harvey, Peter Turnley and Maggie Steber are this year’s featured guests. Free and open to the public. Hours are Thursday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Sunday from 10 to 5 p.m.

History Miami Museum
101 West Flagler Street, Downtown Miami


Thursday, December 3 from 6 to 9 p.m.

Williams McCall Gallery will welcome special guest Andres Amador at the opening of Between Worlds, the latest series of images from artist/explorer Henthorne. A visual journey where earth, sea and sky unite, as Henthorne strives to create an experience that lures the viewer deep into his images. A four-month long project on the cliffs of Northern California that captures the collaboration of Henthorne's black and white epic exposure waterscapes combined with the earthscapes of artist Andrew Amador. Artist talk at 7; book signing at 7:30.

Williams McCall Gallery
110 Washington Avenue, CU3, Miami Beach


Thursday, December 3 at 9 a.m.

Here and Now is the title od New World School of the Arts' annual exhibition. Under the guidance of NWSA dean of visual arts Maggy Cuesta, the show features four permanent performative installations in constant motion. The exhibition will have the feel of a flash-mob, with sudden bursts of short yet powerful artistic presentations offering a fun experience for arts enthusiasts. The work is presented by New World School of the Arts college students, working in collaboration with faculty members Alisa Pitchenik-Charles, Carol Todaro, Donald Lambert and Ralf Provisero. Enjoy the natural seeting along with a Cuban cafesito or a freshly squeezed Guarapo. Free and open to the public.

55 N.W. 30th Street, Wynwood Art District


Thursday, December 3 from 6 to 10 p.m.

12 x 12 is a project that encapsulates numerous visual art mediums. It allows participating artist to create a 6' x 6' installation beginning with any of the traditional or new mediums. Each artist will incorporate a written testimony and video into "progress confessionals" that they will post in social network environments. This will allow process leading up to opening night. So in this respect, the 12 x 12 project will also occupy virtual spaces as a performance. 12 artists; 12 installations; 36 pieces; 36 days.

Kroma Art Space
3670 Grand Avenue, Coconut Grove


Thursday, December 3 from 9 a.m. to noon

The Bakehouse Art Complex presents its signature Baker’s Breakfast, an opportunity to come break bread with its 60 working resident artists before the art fairs. Share an international breakfast experience inspired by the Art Deco bakery building where the artists' studios are housed today. View the Bakehouse's exhibitions and visit open studios. In the Audrey Love Gallery see "Older Than Jesus," and in the Swenson Gallery, "Grupo Anon." This is a free event, and shuttle service will be provided from the Bakehouse to other art venues in Wynwood.

Bakehouse Art Complex
561 N.W. 32nd Street, Wynwood Art District


Thursday - Sunday, December 3 - 6

Owned and produced exclusively by women, Conception Art Fair will present artwork and special exhibits by women and other minorities. Over 30 galleries, collectives and artists will participate with a solo booth by SWOON and t. Rutt's exhibit featuring Donald Trump's former campaign bus. The fair will also feature a sculpture garden, artist talks, live performances and live mural painting by street artists. Hours are Thursday through Saturday from noon to 11 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 6 p.m. One-day pass is $10; four-day pass $25. VIP Preview on Wednesday, December 2 from 6 to 10 p.m.; by invitation or tickets available for $150.

Conception Art Fair
560-566 N.W. 29th Street, Wynwood Art District


Thursday - Sunday, December 3 - 6

The Mana Urban Arts Project, the Bushwick Collective and Basel House have teamed up at the iconic RC Cola Plant for an open-air monument for the graffiti community. The Bushwick Collective Block Party, presented by Mana Urban Arts Project and Basel House, will showcase all that embodies the street art form, with live painting throughout the four-day event by some of the world’s top artists who will transform the former RC Cola Plant with an entire series of new murals and paintings. In addition to the live art, there will be a series of DJs and live bands, breakdance performances, arts and craft vendors, and 50 of Miami’s best food trucks. Free and open to the public. Hours are Thursday - Saturday from noon to 2 a.m. and Sunday from noon to 9 p.m.

Mana Wynwood Campus Urban Arts Project / Bushwick Collective/ Basel House
594 N.W. 23rd Street, Wynwood Art District


Thursday - Sunday, December 3 - 6

Fridge Art Fair will return for its third Miami Edition with its mission to make the art fair scene accessible to diverse exhibitors and visitors alike. Founded by artist Eric Ginsburg, known throughout the world for his Dog and Cat paintings. Fridge Art Fair celebrates creative freedom and diversity with exhibitors drawn from the world art community, including dealers, collectives and unrepresented artists. A VIP and Press Preview is set for Thursday from 5 to 7 p.m., followed by a Benefit Gala for the LGBT Visitor Center from 7 to 10. The "Grand Fudge Pop" features a performance by NYC's drag star Sweetie, plus raffles, music and more. Gala tickets are $35 in advance and $45 at the door. A limited number of $20 student tickets will be available. Fair hours are from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and 11 to 7 on Sunday. $10 suggested admission.

Holiday Inn Miami Beach
4333 Collins Avemue, Miami Beach


Thursday - Sunday, December 3 - 6 from noon to 8 p.m.

The fourth edition of the Miami River Art Fair, an international, contemporary art fair, will showcase world-class artists and galleries from more than 30 countries in an indoor booth setting at the Riverfront Hall. This grand show space overlooks the one-of-a-kind outdoor Riverwalk Sculpture Mall that will feature monumental sculpture on the banks of the historic Miami River. A special guest at the Fair will be Prince Lorenzo De'Medici, Renaissance Pop Artist from Italy, who will exhibit is private art collection, including the Medici Slingshot Car. A VIP Collectors' Preview will be held December 3 from 6 to 11 p.m.

James L. Knight International Center
400 S.E. 2nd Avenue, Downtown Miami


Thursday, December 3 from 4 to 9 p.m.

Meet Spanish artist Ana Exposito Mijan at a cocktail reception hosted by Baths2Go. Mijan will create live paintings on custom porcelain fixtures. Enjoy cockktails and refreshments. Free and open to the public. RSVP please.

3801 N. Miami Avenue, Miami Design District


Thursday - Saturday, December 3 - 5 from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.

III Points will present a series of three concert performances. Thursday: Richie Hawtin, Tale of Us, Mind Against; Friday: Jamie xx and Four Tet; and Saturday: A$AP Rocky and Kaytranada. Admission is $55 nightly.

MANA Wynwood
318 N.W. 23rd Street, Wynwood Art District


Thursday, December 3 from 6 to 8 p.m.

Valli Art Gallery will present a Collective Exhibition featuring work by Olga Andrino, Fabrizio Corneli, Kenor, Javier Martín and Nina Surel. Representing three different countries - Andrino, Kenor and Martín from Spain; Corneli from Italy, and Surel from Argentina - each artist is specifically featured for their creative dynamism and for pushing the boundaries of contemporary and conceptual art. On view through Miami Art Week.

Valli Art Gallery
124 N.W. 25th Street, Wynwood Art District


Thursday, December 3 from 5 to 8 p.m.

See new works by Greg Lotus at a cocktail reception at NIBA Home. The work will be on view during Miami Art Week.

39 N.E. 39th Street, Miami Design District


Friday, December 4 at 7:30 p.m.

The opening preview night of an exhibition by the Quebec-born Corno will be hosted by Miami’s fund manager Simon Librati of 212 Investment Fund LP. The self-titled gallery exhibit will feature a broad selection of Corno’s work that exemplifies her neo-expressionist approach – harmonizing abstract with figurative, using bold textures, movement and colors that encompasses her signature style. On view during the month of December, a diverse selection from Corno’s hand-picked works will range from acrylic on canvas pieces in her recent collection of Faces to mixed media on canvas artwork for her extensive collection of popular Portraits depicting Marilyn Monroe and Andy Warhol. Corno's style is immediately recognizable, making her a leading pop artist for over thirty years.

Markowicz Fine Art Gallery
110 N.E. 40th Street, Miami Design District


Friday, December 4 from 9 p.m. to 4 a.m.

Enjoy some good dancehall and hip hop, chow down on fried fish or jerk chicken and experience real Miami culture at the 4th Annual Vibes Art Basel, presented by Guiness. On the turntables, Jamaica's legendary Stone Love sound, along with Tom LaRoc, LS One, and Dutty Dex! Felisha Monet from 99 Jams will be hosting, and there will be some surprise artists in the yard! Collective art exhibit from artists Freehand Profit, Jonathan Mannion, Derick G, Fred Love, Bruno Dede and Gil Green. Each artist will have a personal interpretation of Freehand's signature masks, a symbol of fear and protection within the Hip Hop Culture. These masks will be constructed out of D Wade's Li-Ning sneakers, as we sneak preview the Way of Wade 4.0 Xmas Day sneakers. The event will benefit the 305 Films Summer Camp, a free summer camp where industry professionals will teach film making to the underprivileged youth. Your donation - early bird donation is $15 - gives you a chance to win a 6 day cruise for 2 on the JamRock Reggae Cruise.

Toe Jam Backlot
150 N.W. 21st Street, Wynwood Art District


Friday, December 4 from 8 to 11 p.m.

Join Adrian Grenier (Entourage), host of a curated art collection titled "A Response To Our Oceans." The night will serve as the official launch of the Lonely Whale Foundation, an organization dedicated to ocean conservation, and will stand as the largest oceanic art gallery. Enjoy an interactive virtual reality experience as well as a DJ set by Wild Belle. RSVP please. Must be 21+ to attend.

MAPS Backlot
342 N.W. 24th Street, Wynwood Art District


Friday, December 4 at 10 p.m.

Bounce Sporting Club, NYC’s premiere upscale sports-meets-nightlife destination, will team up with Hyde Beach Miami for a pop-up event with sounds by Dalton and a surprise special guest performance. Enjoy a live art installation by Jay West, a contemporary pop expressionist from Harlem who is quickly gaining recognition as one of the most promising young painters and is known for his collaborations with the likes of Alicia Keys and high-en brands.

Hyde beach Miami in SLS South Beach
1701 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach


Friday, December 4 from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.

The Opa-locka Community Development Corporation and a roster of groundbreaking contemporary artists curated by Tumelo Mosaka will host the Closing Party for "Through the Eyes of Others," an exhibition of cutting-edge, accessible art, featuring works by Dread Scott, Bernard Williams, Hank Willis Thomas and Ebony G. Patterson. The exhibition aims to provide a critical platform for re-imaging the past, present and future possibilities of blackness as something more complex than race. While label images of black people continue to reinforce negative attitudes, the exhibition showcases the strength and resilience of a community that is finding unity through art. Free and open to the public.

675 Ali Baba Avenue, Opa Locka


Friday, December 4 from 6 to 10 p.m.

See New Work: UM MFA Candidates, presented by UM's Department of Art and Art History, featuring artwork of students earning their Masters in Fine Arts. Works on display include photography, sculpture, painting and more. Artists are: Patricia Cooke, Karli Evans, Daniele Gabriel, Karla Kantorovich, Izia Lindsay, Dennis Loucks, Anna Meier, Beatriz Rodriguez, Jeannette Stargala, Vali Steele and Michael Zimmerer. Gallery hours are Wednesday - Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday & Sunday from noon to 6 p.m. Private appointments and tours available.

University of Miami Art Gallery at Wynwood Building
2750 N.W. 3rd Avenue, Suite 4, Wynwood Art District


Friday, December 4 from 7 to 11 p.m.

BFI will present the last show in its current location before the area becomes the site of a massive urban development masterplan starting next year to construct the Miami World Mall. In this immediate context, the exhibition PĿΛNΞS collaboratively speculates on a possible trajectory for BFI and spaces that share a similar DNA. Art has persistently prototyped lifestyles, new forms of labour and innovative infrastructures, rapidly changing the ways we live and the cities we live in. The divisions between the places we live in, work in and socially interact in are collapsing at the same time as the available and affordable space in the most desirable locations worldwide is constantly shrinking. We have become increasingly nomadic, rooted in globally dispersed networks that are as diverse as they are abstract, based on temporary impact points as crystallizations of otherwise transient moments. Curated by Anna Frost, co-director of the renowned Danish artist-run space TOVES, and Berlin-based artist and curator Annika Kuhlmann, this show explores hybrid structures that can meet the growing demand for flexibility and mobility. On view from December 1 through 27.

Bas Fisher Invitational
100 N.E. 11th Street, Miami


Friday, December 4 from 7 to 11 p.m.

The Swerdlow Art Group will present Intersections: Trans-cultural Expressions, an exclusive exhibition and fusion of global artists curated by Nick Swerdlow, The exhibition brings together five artists from around the world who will be presenting abstract paintings representing beauty in a world of chaos. The exhibition will be on view Thursday through Sunday. The Opening Reception is free and open to the public. Hours are Thursday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Friday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.; Saturday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Miami Ironside's Main Event Space
7610 N.E. 4th Court, Miami


Friday & Saturday, December 4 & 5

"Iridescence" is a concept that showcases some of the top international artists working in the ‘New Futurism’ genre, an art movement that merges advancements in new media with traditional practice. See sculptural, projected, 2D, 3D and neon works from artists across the globe, including Esther Ruiz, Justin Lovato, Anny Wang, Adam Friedman, Lala Abaddon, Francesco Locastro, Anne Vieux, Gustavo Torres (KidMoGraph), Vince Mckelvie, Ultramajic, Clara Luzian (Render_Fruit) Giacomo Carmagnola, David M Cook (Bonethrower), Jose Di Gregorio, Jonny Alexander, Hilary White and John Foster in addition to limited edition pieces from each artist. The Electric Pickle in the Wynwood District will be hosting the extended series ‘IRIDESCENCE WALLS’, featuring large scale installations painted by artists Jonny Alexander, Jose Di Gregorio and Aaron Glasson and sponsored by Liquidtex. Preview Party and Opening Reception on Friday from 8 p.m. to midnight and Poolside Party on Saturday from 9 p.m. to midnight featuring guest DJ’s, visual projections and installations from artists.

Shore Club South Beach
1901 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach


Saturday, December 5 from 9 a.m. to noon

NC Contemporary will host an official Art Basel Miami Beach Artist Studio Tour, open to the press and ABMB VIP card holders, to Asif Farooq's Studio for a rare opportunity to view Farooq's Balalaika. This monumental sculpture, a full scale, cold war era MiG-21 jet fighter is fabricated entirely out of paper. Miami-born Asif Farooq has harbored a fascination with human flight since childhood. Balalaika, measuring 18' by 52' by 32', and created out of 250,000 individual parts, is the fulfillment of this passion. Born in 1979, the son of a civil engineer, Farooq has spent much of his life balancing his need to create as an artist, while learning technical skills such as welding, electronics engineering, and the theoretical frameworks behind working machinery. For Balalaika, Farooq chose paper to impart a sense of the sculpture's fragility, impermanence and ephemeral nature. Though made from the commonplace and temporary, this 4,000 pound sculpture conveys great biographical importance that is not accidental. Still flown by over 28 Nations around the world, the MiG-21 jet fighter is a vessel of beauty and destruction, a contradiction of choices and desires, and the perfect subject for Farooq to examine his own life and existence. Open to Art Basel cardholders and press.

Asif Farooq's Studio
6986 N.W. 42nd Street, Miami


Saturday & Sunday, December 5 & 6 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Miami Children’s Museum will again offer ArtKids for children ages 4 to 12 at Art Basel Miami Beach. From mixed media to building blocks and beyond, a variety of art exploration stations will be available for budding young artists to create their own original works of art. ArtKids is supervised and staffed by Miami Children's Museum Educators and volunteers.

Art Basel Miami Beach
Miami Beach Convention Center, Miami Beach
305-373-5437, Ext. 112


Saturday, December 5 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Join Girls' Club directors, artists and guest curator Micaela Giovannotti for an informal brunch and viewing the current exhibition, the unique collection of Francie Bishop Good and David Horvitz and the newly unveiled mural by Vickie Pierre. Enjoy fresh brunch snacks, coffee and drinks and be one of the first to take home the new 100+ Degrees in the Shade catalog, which includes essays from Jane Hart, Erica Ando and Sandra Schulman and images of works by over 150 South Florida artists. Free and open to the public.

Girls' Club
117 N.E. 2nd Street, Fort Lauderdale


Thursday, December 3 from 6 to 10 p.m.

The Museum of Fashion will show “Beyond the Limelight: Art Basel”, a photo exhibition of New York City nightlife in the 80s and 90s by photographer Tina Paul, and a fashion exhibit curated by Keni Valenti, the "King of Vintage." See fashions inspired by Tina Paul's photographs, some never-before-seen, and the styles behind them, including pieces by Jean Paul Gaultier, Emilio Pucci, Vivienne Westwood, Thierry Mugler, Dolce & Gabbana, Stephen Sprouse, and others. Gallery hours during Miami Art Week are from 1 to 10 p.m.

Museum of Fashion
2612 N.W. 2nd Avenue Wynwood Art District


Saturday, December 5 from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Sagamore, The Art Hotel, will host its 14th Annual Art Basel Brunch, a sought-after event for ABMB VIP cardholders and invited guests. An Art Talk in the Sagamore Library with Alan Sonfist and art historian Mark Rosenthal will take place at 10:30, focusing on the current direction of natural landscape art and the Sagamore Hotel’s Art Basel exhibit. Rosenthal has been a Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., and Adjunct Curator at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York and the Menil Collection, Houston. He is currently Adjunct Curator at the Detroit Institute of Arts. The conversation will focus on the current direction of natural landscape art and the Sagamore Hotel’s Art Basel exhibit. Art tours of the Cricket Taplin Collection, including this year’s hotel-wide Electronic Arts Intermix installation, curated by Lori Zippay, and a site-specific installation by renowned landscape sculptor Alan Sonfist are available daily by contacting the hotel.

Sagamore, The Art Hotel
1671 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach


Saturday, December 5 from 3 to 9 p.m.

From painting to poetry, KIND Snacks invites South Florida to recognize our community’s most talented young artists. Building upon the success of last year’s landmark campaign, KIND will again shine a light on the importance of youth arts education during Art Basel – this time in the form of a pop-up called The KIND Café: an #ichooseart experience. Featuring a gallery of student artwork, live musical and spoken word performances by young artists, and a hands-on community mural, The KIND Café will be an oasis for those who love and appreciate all things creative. Welcoming impromptu performances with an open mic, KIND invites any young artist to freely express themselves before a supportive audience. The pop-up will also offer a complimentary “Bar Bar” where guests can pair their favorite KIND snack with craft beer, cheese and other selections, as well as the opportunity to take home exclusive art pieces featuring the work of local young artists. Philanthropic leaders Chad Bernstein of Guitars Over Guns, Ian Welsch of The Motivational Edge, Sheila Womble of Arts For Learning Miami, Melody Santiago Cummings of O, Miami in partnership with The Jason Taylor Foundation, will join KIND in its efforts.

82 N.E. 29th Street
Midtown Miami


Saturday, December 5 from 7 to 10 p.m.

David Castillo Gallery will show Sanford Biggers: Matter and Xaviera Simmons: Index Seven, two solo exhibitions on view from December 1 through January 31. Sanford Biggers' Matter collaborates with the cultural legacy of Laocoon, occupying the floor of David Castillo Gallery with this sculptural installation. Another formidable artwork in Matter is a mounted 10-foot quilt inscribed with the word "MATTER." The quilt posits a direct connection to the Black Lives Matter movement. In Xaviera Simmons' work, figures, objects and images found, borrowed, and possessed by the artist accumulate with the sculptural density of forest canopies: totems and trophies; raffia and lace; Polaroids and clippings; rings and clothespins; dried kelp and coconut skin; feathers and reeds; fruits and fetishes; gourds, nets, baskets and braids.

David Castillo Gallery
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
305- 573-8110

Angels on Earth

Saturday, December 5 from 9 to 11 p.m.

Celebrate Angels on Earth with Domingo Zapata + Gran Centenario Tequila. Signature wings have been transformed into works of art by Zapata. Enjoy signature cocktails and a silent auction, with proceeds going to Nicklaus Children's Hospital. RSVP please by email.

Wall at W Hotel
2201 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach


Sunday, December 6 from 9:30 a.m. to noon

The final day of Art Basel Miami Beach traditionally features Breakfast in the Park, hosted by Florida International University’s Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum. Enjoy a complimentary outdoor breakfast, informal lecture by a noted sculptor Alice Aycock, and guided tours of the Frost Art Museum's Sculpture Park and exhibitions. Alice Aycock is known for her large-scale, architectural sculptures and site-specific installations. Her sculptures and public works can be found in collections and sites across the country, from the National Gallery of Art to the San Francisco Public Library. Over the decades, Aycock has drawn inspiration for her massive works from the environment, physics, machinery, psychoanalysis, and computer programming. The breakfast is sponsored by West Kendall Baptist Hospital, Bacardi and InterContinental at Doral Miami. RSVP below.

Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum at Florida International University
10975 S.W. 17th Street, Miami


Sunday, December 6 at 10 a.m.

The Lowe Art Museum will host the award-winning New Yorker cartoonist and author Roz Chast at its annual Art Basel Miami Beach Bubbles & Brunch. Breakfast at the Lowe begins at 10 a.m., followed by Ms. Chast’s talk and book signing, 11:30 a.m., at the BankUnited Center Fieldhouse.

Lowe Art Museum at University of Miami
1301 Stanford Drive, Coral Gables


Sunday, December 6 from 10 a.m. to noon

Enjoy brunch at the Jewish Museum of Florida - FIU and take a curator's tour of Discovery and Recovery: Preserving Iraqi Jewish Heritage, an exhibition that details the dramatic recovery of historic materials relating to the Jewish community in Iraq. Learn about materials retrieved from a flooded basement in Saddam Hussein's intelligence headquarters and the recovery efforts by the National Archives' to preserve these important materials. Guest Curator Gabriel Goldstein will present an insider’s view of the story behind the recovery and the preservation project. Tickets for the presentation and brunch are $18 for museum members; $25 for non-members; and free for Art Basel VIP Card holders and museum members at the $125 level and above.

Jewish Museum of Florida - FIU
301 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach


Sunday, December 6 from 2 to 6 p.m.

The Arts + Entertainment District of Greater Downtown Miami will host the third edition of Miami Flea, an off-the-beaten-path spot to wrap up Miami Art Week. on Sunday, Dedicated to growth and sustainability for local artists, entrepreneurs and small business owners, this market features handmade and vintage repurposed goods from the city’s best vendors. Not just your average Flea, it also includes hands-on activities via workshops, mind and body classes, arts and crafts, and live demos, as well as local food trucks, beverages, and more! Bookleggers Library will provde a chill “nest,” and The New Tropic will curate a “Grub Garden” featuring eateries and local delicacies. Free and open to the public. RSVP please.

90 N.E. 17th Street, Miami


Wednesday - Sunday, December 2 - 6

The City of Miami Beach will provide free shuttle service during Art Week, Thursday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and on Sunday from 11 to 8 p.m. The East-West Loop connects Miami Beach with the City of Miami with stops at 29th Street & Midtown Boulevard and 36th Street and Buena Vista Avenue on the Miami side and 41st Street & Royal Palm Avenue and the Convention Center (17th Street & Washington Avenue) on the Miami Beach side. The North-South Loop connects South Beach, the Convention Center and North Beach. A total of five stops: 10th Street & Washington Avenue and the Convention Center on South Beach; 41st Street & Royal Palm Avenue and 46th Street & Collins Avenue on Middle Beach; and Bandshell Park (72nd Street & Collins Avenue) in North Beach. Shuttles will run approximately every 30 minutes. Free.

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