Premier line-up of international galleries announced for Art Basel’s 14th edition in Miami Beach

Friday, September 11, 2015
Premier line-up of international galleries announced for Art Basel’s 14th edition in Miami Beach

Art Basel has announced the gallery list for its 2015 edition in Miami Beach, comprising 267 leading international galleries drawn from 32 countries across North and South America, Europe, Asia and Africa. 29 galleries are completely new to the Miami Beach show. The fair, whose Lead Partner is UBS, takes place at the Miami Beach Convention Center from December 3 – December 6, 2015, bringing together gallerists, artists, collectors, curators, museum directors and critics from across the globe.

Premier line-up of international galleries announced for Art Basel’s 14th edition in Miami Beach

Art Basel has announced the gallery list for its 2015 edition in Miami Beach, comprising 267 leading international galleries drawn from 32 countries across North and South America, Europe, Asia and Africa. 29 galleries are completely new to the Miami Beach show. The fair, whose Lead Partner is UBS, takes place at the Miami Beach Convention Center from December 3 – December 6, 2015, bringing together gallerists, artists, collectors, curators, museum directors and critics from across the globe.

As the premier show of the Americas, Art Basel's Miami Beach show presents established and emerging galleries from the United States, Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Mexico, Peru and Uruguay alongside many of the most important galleries from Europe, Asia and Africa. In total, half of the participating galleries have exhibition spaces in the Americas. 

First-time participants from North and South America include Arredondo / Arozarena, Castelli Gallery, Cristin Tierney Gallery, Essex Street, François Ghebaly Gallery, George Adams Gallery, Hannah Hoffman Gallery, Jenkins Johnson Gallery, SIM Galeria, Thomas Duncan Gallery and Universal Limited Art Editions. The galleries from Europe showing in Miami Beach for the first time are: Beck & Eggeling, Galerie Gregor Staiger, hunt kastner, KOW, Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler, Marcelle Alix, Mathew Gallery, Galerie Max Mayer, Mazzoleni, Noga Gallery of Contemporary Art, Galeria Plan B, Project Native Informant, Vedovi Gallery, Vistamare and Robilant + Voena. From the Asia-Pacific region, Beijing Art Now Gallery, Tokyo Gallery + BTAP and White Space Beijing will join the show for the first time. For the full gallery list, please visit artbasel.com/miam i-beach/exhibitors

Galleries, the main sector of the show, features 191 galleries presenting the highest quality of painting, sculpture, drawing, installation, photography, video and editioned works. In addition to a strong list of returning exhibitors, Vedovi Gallery and Mazzoleni will exhibit for the first time at Art Basel in Miami Beach, while Galerie Barbara Thumm and ProjecteSD return to the Galleries sector after a brief hiatus. Having previously shown in Nova, Positions or Survey, Andrew Edlin Gallery, Kerlin Gallery and Mendes Wood DM have graduated into the Galleries sector, where, for the first time, they will present a wider range of their gallery programs.

With 12 global leaders in the field of prints and limited-editioned works, the Edition sector is a perennial highlight. This year’s show features Alan Cristea Gallery, Carolina Nitsch, Crown Point Press, Gemini G.E.L. LLC, Pace Prints, Paragon, Paul Stolper Gallery, Polígrafa Obra Gràfica S.L., Sabine Knust, STPI, Two Palms and Universal Limited Art Editions. 

Following its well-received debut last year, Survey returns with 14 exhibitions of historically informed works. Presentations include work by Charles Burchfield (DC Moore Gallery), Peter Campus (Cristin Tierney Gallery), Gianni Colombo (Robilant + Voena), Roy DeCarava (Jenkins Johnson Gallery), Rosalyn Drexler (Garth Greenan Gallery), Dorothy Iannone (Peres Projects), Wang Jinsong (Beijing Art Now Gallery), Heinz Mack (Beck & Eggeling), Roberto Burle Marx (Bergamin & Gomide), Shinjiro Okamoto (Tokyo Gallery + BTAP), Miguel Ángel Rojas (espaivisor), Peter Saul (George Adams Gallery), Keith Sonnier (Castelli Gallery) and Ettore Spalletti (Vistamare). Further details on the individual projects will be announced in th e coming months. 

The 16 curated solo booths of Positions provide a focus on emerging artists. The sector features a study on Mexican symbolism by Fritzia Irizar at Arredondo / Arozarena; an installation by Dan Bayles at François Ghebaly Gallery, which will evolve during the show in response to other works on display; work by Vittorio Brodmann at Galerie Gregor Staiger; and new paintings and mixed-media work by Jaromír Novotný at hunt kastner. Daniel Keller will explore ecological and technological developments at the stand of Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler; Marcelle Alix will show a veiled installation of 'Opaque' by Pauline Boudry and Renate Lorenz; while Villa Design Group’s work at Mathew Gallery will question languages of design, violence, and subjectivity through an installation of 10 doorways that draw upon architectural details from the murder scene of Gianni Versace. As part of Positions, Galerie Max Mayer will present 'Polyrhythm Technoir', a three-part film by Henning Fehr and Philipp Rühr that allegorizes the present state of electronic music. The sector will further include an installation by Jiieh G Hur at One and J. Gallery; a new series of works inspired by nation-state branding campaigns by the artist collective GCC at Project Native Informant; a performance by Thomas Wachholz at RaebervonStenglin; and work by Andrei Koschmieder at Real Fine Art, examining the processes and systems by which the illicit is made useful and productive as it is integrated into the formal capitalist economy. SIM Galeria will present 'Le carnaval des animaux' by Romy Pocztaruk; explorations of the body by B. Ingrid Olson will be on view at Simone Subal Gallery; and Thomas Duncan Gallery will show mixed-media work by Sean Paul. At White Space Beijing, He Xiangyu will exhibit a series of ink on paper drawings. 

Nova, which provides a platform for younger galleries to present new work by up to three artists, will feature 34 exhibitors. Freedman Fitzpatrick will present the set of a play in a collaboration between Tobias Madison and Matthew Lutz-Kinoy. On display at Take Ninagawa will be a group show featuring Elias Hansen, Shinro Ohtake and Aki Sasamoto. Luciano Figueiredo, Sandra Gamarra, Mauro Piva will convert Galeria Leme's booth into a fictitious museum that challenges the artist’s position within the artworld. Continuing Nova’s reputation as a site of discovery, Anita Schwartz Galeria de Arte will show Gustavo Speridião and Nuno Ramos; Essex Street will present works by Park McArthur and Cameron Rowland; Galeria Plan B will feature Ciprian Mureşan and Navid Nuur; and Hannah Hoffman Gallery will debut new paintings by Matt Sheridan Smith. 

Photo above: Art Basel in Miami Beach 2014, General Impression © Art Basel

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