Must-See Art Guide: Miami

This week's guide features Keith Haring, Isa Genzken, Juan Dolhare, and more.

Isa Genzken Untitled 2012 Mannequin and mixed media 147 x 83 x 99 cm / 57 7/8 x 32 5/8 x 39 in © Isa Genzken Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth Photo: Alex Delfanne

Had enough of Miami yet? With 20 different art fairs featuring boggling number of dealers, there’s enough to keep collectors busy for days. Mainstays like Art Basel and SCOPE are back, along with relative newcomers like NADA and Untitled. But the fairs aren’t the only way to see art in this tropical destination—Miami’s local galleries are pulling out all the stops this week. Our guide has got you covered across the board, from fair picks to museum exhibitions.

Let’s start with the galleries: head to Gregg Shienbaum Fine Art to see an impressive selection of original Keith Haring paintings, drawings, and prints—including rare, stunning pieces on triangular aluminum. Rimonim Art Gallery presents the group show “From Venice to Miami,” featuring five artists from around the world who participated in this year’s Venice Biennale, so now’s your chance to catch up if you didn’t make it to Venice this year. If you’re a night owl, Avant Gallery’s decidedly epic “The Epic Show” is open late throughout the week, with new work from urban artists like DAIN, Alec Monopoly, Becky Rosa, Skyler Grey, and more.

Keith Haring, Pyramid #2 (1989). Courtesy of Gregg Shienbaum Fine Art.

Keith Haring, Pyramid #2 (1989). Courtesy of Gregg Shienbaum Fine Art.

Be sure you set aside enough time to thoroughly explore SCOPE Miami Beach, and when you do, don’t miss LaCa Projects’ booth of Juan Dolhare’s surreal, melancholic paintings, and ClampArt’s presentation of experimental photography by Adam Ekberg and other young artists. Art Basel has more excellent booths than we can count, but we particularly like Esther Schipper’s installation of fuchsia, helium-filled balloons by Philippe Pareno.

Lastly, stop by the Rubell Family Collection for “NO MAN’S LAND,” a survey of the woman artists in the museum’s collection, including heavy-hitters like Isa Genzken, Rineke Djikstra, Tauba Auerbach, Dana Schutz, and plenty more.

Slather on some sunscreen, and get art hopping. The beach can wait.

Exhibition: Keith Haring Narrated
When:
November 12–December 14, 2015
Where:
Gregg Shienbam Fine Art, 2239 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami, FL

Josephine Turalba. Courtesy of Rimonim Art Gallery.

Josephine Turalba. Courtesy of Rimonim Art Gallery.

Exhibition: From Venice to Miami
When:
November 29–January 6, 2016
Where:
Rimonim Art Gallery, 7500 NE 4th Court, Suite 103, Miami, FL

Alec Monopoly, Crucified Multicolor. Courtesy of Avant Gallery.

Alec Monopoly, Crucified Multicolor. Courtesy of Avant Gallery.

Exhibition: The Epic Show
When:
December 1–6, 2015
Where:
Avant Gallery, 270 Biscayne Blvd Way, Miami, FL

Deborah Luster, Forms of Correspondence I. (Yes, No, Goodbye) (2014). Courtesy of Jonathan Ferrara Gallery.

Deborah Luster, Forms of Correspondence I. (Yes, No, Goodbye) (2014). Courtesy of Jonathan Ferrara Gallery.

Exhibition: Guns in the Hands of Artists
When:
December 1–6, 2016
Where:
Jonathan Ferrara Gallery at Miami Project, 6701 Collins Avenue, Miami, FL

Isa Genzken, Schauspieler (2013). Courtesy of the Rubell Family Collection.

Isa Genzken, Schauspieler (2013). Courtesy of the Rubell Family Collection.

Exhibition: NO MAN’S LAND
When:
December 2–May 28, 2016
Where:
Rubell Family Collection, 6701 Collins Avenue, Miami, FL

LaCa-Projects

Juan Dolhare, Persistencia (2014). Courtesy of LaCa Projects.

Exhibition: LaCa Projects: Scope Art Show
When:
December 1–6, 2015
Where:
LaCa Projects at SCOPE Miami Beach, 801 Ocean Drive, Miami, FL

Adam Ekberg, A camera in the forest (2008). Courtesy of ClampArt.

Adam Ekberg, A camera in the forest (2008). Courtesy of ClampArt.

Exhibition: ClampArt: Scope Art Show
When:
December 1–6, 2015
Where:
ClampArt at SCOPE Miami Beach, 801 Ocean Drive, Miami, FL

Philippe Pareno, Speech Bubbles (Fuchsia) (2015). Courtesy of Esther Schipper.

Philippe Pareno, Speech Bubbles (Fuchsia) (2015). Courtesy of Esther Schipper.

Exhibition: Esther Schipper: Art Basel Miami Beach
When:
December 3–6, 2015
Where:
Esther Schipper at Art Basel Miami Beach, 801 Ocean Drive, Miami, FL

 


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