ART WEEK MIAMI 2019

Fred Wilson’s “Sala Longhi” (2011).

Since its conception in 2002, Art Basel has become one of Miami’s most emblematic events of the year, where more than 70,000 visitors from all over the world gather together to immerse themselves in the magical world of art. Leading galleries of the world arrive in Miami to exhibit their latest creations and acquisitions, while the who’s who of the art, entertainment and gastronomy industries unite for a non-stop event galore.

Alongside Art Basel in Miami Beach, Art Week 2019 comprises a plethora of satellite events including NADA, Untitled, Design Miami, Pinta and Pulse, and city museums such as Rubell Family Collection, the Bass and Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM). It’s an exciting time for collectors to get inspired by beauty and innovation, and a great opportunity to grow their art portfolios.

These are some of the highlights from Art Week Miami in 2019, according to The New York Times:

  1. Art Basel’s Meridian featuring Pace Gallery, Fred Wilson, P.P.O.W., Galerie Lelong & Co. and more
    1901 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach, Fla., 33139
  2. Design Miami’s Rooms, a studio founded by Nata Janberidze and Keti Toloraia
    Convention Center Drive between 18th and 19th Streets, Miami Beach, Fla., 33139
  3. “Bent Pool” a sculpture by Scandinavian artists Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset.
    1901 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach, Fla., 33139
  4. “Order of Importance” a work by Leandro Erlich, featuring 66 life-size sand sculptures of vehicles packed bumper-to-bumper along the beach.
    South Beach at Lincoln Road, Miami, Fla
  5. “Teresita Fernández: Elemental”
    Pérez Art Museum Miami, 1103 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Fla., 33132
  6. “Balenciaga Sofa” by Harry Nuriev in collaboration with Balenciaga
    Moore Building, 191 NE 40th Street, Miami, Fla., 33137
  7. “Better Nights” an installation by Mickalene Thomas at the BASS
    2100 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Fla., 33139
  8. “The Art of Listening: Under Water” by Norwegian artist Jana Winderen, commissioned by Audemars Piguet
    2100 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Fla., 33140

For more information please visit www.nytimes.com

 

Portia Munson’s “The Garden” (1996).
A detail of one of Rooms studio’s “Bus Stop Benches” included in their installation “In Circulation” (2019).