Art Basel Miami Beach, is said to be North America’s most comprehensive international contemporary art fair. The annual feast for thousands of curious visitors and art lovers returns to Miami Beach with hundreds of the world’s leading galleries showing works from over 4000 artists. Also, this year marks Art Basel Miami Beach’s 20th anniversary, and it is set to be the largest edition to date. Today, Inspiration And Ideas bring you everything you need to know about Art Basel Miami 2022.
WHEN IS ART BASEL MIAMI 2022?
Art Basel‘s public days are from Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2022, through Saturday, Dec. 3 2022, from 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. (6 p.m. on Sunday).
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WHERE IS ART BASEL MIAMI 2022?
Art Basel will be held at the Miami Beach Convention Center at 1901 Convention Center Dr. in Miami Beach. Art Basel’s many offshoot events will be happening all over the Greater Miami area,
ART BASEL MIAMI 2022 EVENTS
Art Basel can be broken down into many exciting sectors. Here, we go through each one and list a few featured galleries and artists that are sure to inspire in 2022.
As Art Basel’s main sector, Galleries are where leading international modern and contemporary art galleries exhibit their works by artists ranging from young talents to 20th-century masters. See modern NYC’s long-running 303 Gallery, San Francisco’s Berggruen Gallery, and Miami’s own David Castillo Gallery at the show.
The Conversations program features talks, panels, and discussions between artists, gallerists, curators, collectors, architects, art lawyers, critics, and more prominent members of the international art world.
Here you’ll find boundary-pushing, large-scale projects.
All works within the Nova sector were created within the last three years. See oil and acrylic paintings from Helena Anrather’s Julia Wachtel, mixed media landscape paintings from Charlie James Gallery’s Patrick Martinez, and African contemporary art from Afriart Gallery.
See newer galleries showcasing emerging artists’ at Positions. Keep an eye out for works by Leslie Martinez (mixed media, Texas), Frieda Toranzo Jaeger (mixed media, Mexico), and Tonia Nneji (acrylic and oil paintings, Nigeria).
Survey highlights artworks with historical relevance. In 2022, expect works by the late “pioneer of free Jazz” Milford Graves, Hungarian artist Endre Tót, and the late American photographer Dindga McCannon.
Editioned works, prints, and multiples are on display at Art Basel’s Edition sector. Galleries like Crown Point Press (San Francisco), Pace Prints (NYC), Paragon (London), and Polígrafa Obra Gràfica (Barcelona) will be showcasing.
Galleries curate displays in a separate section of their booth at Kabinett. Projects may include thematic group exhibitions, art-historical showcases, and solo presentations.