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Top 12: Your Art Basel in Miami Beach Must-Do List

Miami Art Week is just around the corner. Before the Thanksgiving holiday, make sure you’re up on the top 12 things you should be sure not to miss next week in Miami.

1. ART BASEL IN MIAMI BEACH 
December 1-4 – South Beach
The fair celebrates its 15th year in Miami with presentations from 269 galleries from North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. Don’t miss the First Choice Opening on Wednesday, November 30 at 11 AM (or during public hours, December 1-4).

2. NOVA AT ART BASEL IN MIAMI BEACH
December 1-4 – South Beach
This Art Basel in Miami Beach sector is where visitors and collectors will find the newest works straight from the studio, and interesting pairings between curated presentations of one, two, or three artists from each gallery.

3. SURVEY AT ART BASEL IN MIAMI BEACH
December 1-4 – South Beach
Among Art Basel in Miami Beach’s many sectors, we’re particularly looking forward to Survey, which in its third year will showcase 14 historical projects from artists like Barbara T. Smith, Ibrahim El-Salahi, Kishio Suga, and David Reed.

4. PANERAI, DESIGN MIAMI/ & SHOP ARCHITECTS
November 30-December 4 – South Beach
This year’s Panerai Design Miami/ Visionary Award recipient is SHoP Architects. The New York-based firm will create a special design on view at the entrance to the fair.

5. “JULIO LE PARC: FORM INTO ACTION” AT PAMM 
November 18–March 19, 2017 – Downtown
This winter, Pérez Art Museum Miami is showcasing the work of kinetic artist Julio Le Parc. This is the artist’s first solo museum show in North America and will include over 100 works made between 1958 and 2013.

6. PULSE PLAY CURATED BY JASMINE WAHI AND REBECCA JAMPOL
December 1-4 – South Beach
For the first time, PULSE Miami Beach’s curated video series PULSE PLAY was open for submission this year. Guest curators Jasmine Wahi and Rebecca Jampol combed through over 800 works, before choosing a final 10 to be shown during the fair.

7. UNTITLED, MIAMI BEACH SPECIAL PROJECTS 
November 30-December 4 – South Beach
The fifth edition of UNTITLED, Miami Beach—the tented fair we always appreciate because of its location on the beach—will feature special projects by artists including Rirkrit Tiravanija and Tomas Vu, Noemí Escandell, and Daniel Gordon.

8. ANSELM KIEFER AT NSU ART MUSEUM FORT LAUDERDALE 
November 29-August 27, 2017 – Fort Lauderdale
Worth the short trip outside Miami this ABMB week will be the “Regeneration Series: Anselm Kiefer from the Hall Collection” exhibition of around 50 major works from 1960 to today. Many works will be shown for the first time together, so this is one show not to be missed.

9. THE NEW HERMÈS ÉQUILIBRE COLLECTION 
December 1-10 – Miami Design District Boutique
The luxury house will unveil the Équilibre collection, the latest selection of playful decorative and desk objects, at its Miami Design District location the week of Art Basel in Miami Beach. With a special in- store display, the Équilibre collection will be available for purchase and special orders for a limited time from December 1-10.

10. JOSÉ PARLÁ’S “ROOTS” AT THE YOUNGARTS JEWEL BOX 
November 29-December 4 – Edgewater
On November 29, José Parlá’s site-specific exhibition “Roots” will open at YoungArts’ Jewel Box, curated by SCAD and commissioned by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.

11. MADONNA AT FAENA FORUM
December 2 – Mid-Beach
On Friday, December 2, the one-and-only Madonna will perform at an event to benefit Raising Malawi at the Faena Forum on Miami Beach. The evening of music, art, and mischief is produced by AAB and Josh Wood Productions. For tickets, visit: reservations@raisingmalawievent.com.

11. BRICKELL CITY CENTRE
Brickell
Swire Properties’ 4.9 million-square-foot mixed-used property is transforming downtown Miami, with the new EAST, Miami hotel, two residential towers, offices, fashion destinations (with brands like Audemars Piguet, Bally, Kiton, and Chopard) and culinary experiences (from spots like Sugar and Quinto La Huella).

 

To find out more about Miami Art Week 2016, pick up the new issue of Whitewaller Miami.

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