Your Guide to Miami Fair Week

Artsy Specialist
Dec 4, 2017 6:09PM

What should you see in Miami this week?

Whether you’re at the fairs or online, you can browse booths on Artsy to discover and buy art for you. Here are five art fairs to start exploring now.

Art Basel in Miami Beach

1901 Convention Center Drive

Capturing the art of today, this not-to-miss fair highlights museum-quality works by over 4,000 artists.

Irving Penn
Football Face, New York, 2002
Pace/MacGill Gallery
Ugo Rondinone
red white mountain, 2017
Galerie Eva Presenhuber
Brian Calvin
Obstructed Visions, 2017
Anton Kern Gallery

Design Miami/

Meridian Avenue & 19th Street

This premier design fair features mid-century modern furniture, whimsical contemporary lighting, and more collectible styles.

Misha Kahn
Sconce, 2015
Friedman Benda
Maurice-Claude Vidili
Isolation Sphere, 1971
Maison Gerard
Michel Boyer
Brasília Lamp (Large), 1974
Demisch Danant

Art Miami

1 Herald Plaza

From Fernando Botero to Jean-Michel Basquiat, Art Miami boasts modern and contemporary classics—while sister fairs CONTEXT and AQUA offer emerging art at more accessible price points.

Jean-Michel Basquiat
Untitled, 1982
Omer Tiroche Gallery
Fernando Botero
Dancers, 2010
David Benrimon Fine Art

PULSE Miami Beach

4601 Collins Ave

Bright abstractions, innovative portraiture, and new media works fill the booths at PULSE this year.

Loring Taoka
(untitled - two biarcs overlapping two annuli pairs), 2017
Galleri Urbane
Tony Gum
Xhosa woman - Umfazi, 2017
Christopher Moller Gallery
Donald Martiny
Abipón, 2017
Galleri Urbane

INK Miami

1850 Collins Ave

This print fair showcases affordable works by famous artists, including Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, and Robert Indiana.

Andy Warhol
Ads: Chanel II.354, 1985
Hamilton-Selway Fine Art
Keith Haring
Lucky Strike #4, 1987
Hamilton-Selway Fine Art
Robert Indiana
Tulip (from A Garden of Love), 1982
Hamilton-Selway Fine Art
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