SCOPE Miami Beach 2019: Programming

Nov 25, 2019 4:40PM

Okuda San Miguel, Royal family of the Plastic Island, 2018 Synthetic Enamel on Wood, 300x200cm

Introducing OASIS

New to the pavilion this year is OASIS, an experiential multidisciplinary program located in our expanded Atrium. OASIS will present daily programming featuring large scale installations, music performances, and panel discussions during the day while continuing our long-standing commitment to wellness.

This multi-day destination will transform after-hours to a premium nightlife experience and feature world-class DJ and music talent at night.

New Contemporary Projects

SCOPE is pleased to welcome 10 internationally acclaimed artists who will be creating bespoke murals and installations in OASIS. Artists include HOTTEA, D*Face, Thomas Webb, Quintessenz, Okuda San Miguel, Mister E, Alex Yanes, The Furtherrr Collective, Butch Anthony, and Dulk.


Thinking global and working local, SCOPE Miami Beach presents FOCUS | ART CHINA, the new premier showcase of Chinese Contemporary Art in Miami. This program celebrates the global expansion of the genre by presenting museum quality cutting-edge work from both established and emerging artists spanning across disciplines.

Panel Discussions

Amidst praise from collectors, SCOPE will continue its dynamic Programming with an exclusive series of talks and events in partnership with prestigious publications and institutions. RSVP Required.

Making Physical Art Digitally Scarce | Art, Tokenization and Social Good

Hosted by The Blockchain Center Miami

Wednesday | Dec. 04 | Noon

FOCUS Art China | A Cultural Bridge Between the East and West

Hosted by Tao Ji

Wednesday | Dec. 04 | 2pm

Are you Experienced? | Art in the Experiential Realm

Hosted by Paul Hemming

Thursday | Dec. 05 | Noon

Off the Walls | The Origins and History of the New Contemporary

Hosted by Susan Hansen

Friday | Dec. 06 | Noon

Autofill | The Creation and Critiques of a New Genre Born in a Digital Age

Hosted by Carlos Mare

Saturday | Dec. 07 | Noon

Who Cares? | A Critical Look at the New Contemporary

Hosted by Carlo McCormick

Sunday | Dec. 08 | Noon