A Walk Through The Art: Art Basel Miami 2015 – Miami Art Week
The week commonly known as Miami Art Week or Art Basel Week now brings in the city more than 20 distinct art fairs located in both Miami and Miami Beach.
If you missed this year’s edition on December 1 – 6, 2015, the following photo gallery is a walk-through of some of Miami Art Week’s main art fairs and a selection of collateral events and exhibitions.
All photographs © Didem Civginoglu
ART BASEL MIAMI 2015
Art Basel Miami Beach is the most important art show in the United States, and the largest with over 500,000 square feet of exhibition space. Over 250 of the world’s leading galleries – from North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia, and Africa – show modern and contemporary art, drawing over 70,000 visitors each year.
UNTITLED, MIAMI BEACH 2015
Untitled is an international curated art fair founded in 2012. Untitled, Miami Beach 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.
SCOPE MIAMI 2015
SCOPE celebrates its 15th anniversary edition with 120 international exhibitors from 22 countries and 57 cities. Scope Miami Beach debuts a more spacious pavilion to showcase a robust VIP program featuring three curated sections: Juxtapoz Presents, the Breeder Program, and FEATURE.
X CONTEMPORARY 2015
The new art fair named X Contemporary made its debut during Art Basel Miami 2015. The X Contemporary art fair opened in the Wynwood district, across from Wynwood Walls, with a 28,000 square foot exhibition space.
TWINS @ The Satellite
TWINS by Mattia Casalegno is a site-specific, multimedia installation of flat screens displaying bondaged bodies, enslaved subjects, objects of both desire and cruelty. The project TWINS has been curated and produced by sarahcrown and Standard Practice on the occasion of The Satellite Project in Miami, December 1-6, 2015 and is the first public exposure of an ongoing research that will develop into a larger exhibition in NYC in 2016.
WALLS OF CHANGE
Curated by Goldman Properties’ CEO Jessica Goldman Srebnick since 2012, Wynwood Walls’ program for Miami Art Week 2015, Walls of Change, included 14 new large scale murals and installations by globally acclaimed street artists, as well as a program of events within the art park that will be free and open to the public.