After showing at NADA for the past five years, C L E A R I N G will make its Art Basel in Miami Beach debut. (The gallery will also show at the fair’s Hong Kong edition for the first time next spring.) In the Nova sector, the gallery will present new works by longtime friends, and now studio neighbors, Ancart and Arunanondchai, produced specifically for the fair. “Every day, Ancart literally walks through Arunanondchai’s space to get to his,” says Babin. “Working together has always been on their minds.” The pairing of works will allude to the life cycle, from destruction to rebirth: Ancart’s oil stick on paper wall-works see images isolated and repeated in various sizes and color schemes against stark black backgrounds; the flames depicted in the work play off of Arunanondchai’s assemblage sculptures, which appear charred and include human and animal remains, technological waste, Southeast Asian crafts, and burnt denim. In the Public sector, C L E A R I N G will present a sculptural installation by Jean-Marie Appriou made of hundreds of pounds of cast metal. Titled MIRAGE, the psychedelic work mimics the transitory nature of a visual hallucination, with four gleaming camels perched atop their mirrored reflections.