SCOPE Bringing 111 Galleries to Miami in December

Scope Miami Beach. Photo: Scope.
Scope Miami Beach. Courtesy of Scope.

Not to be outdone by Art Basel in Miami Beach, PULSE, NADA, and UNTITLED., the venerable SCOPE art fair, now in its 14th year, has announced its exhibitors for its 2014 Miami Beach edition. A total of 111 galleries will be on hand, representing 27 countries and 48 cities. The fair runs December 3–7.

With a focus on emerging artists, SCOPE will once again feature its Breeder Program, which provides an important showcase for new commercial galleries.

The fair will also introduce a FocusKorea section, a collaboration with the Galleries Association of Korea sponsored by the Korea Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism (similar to the Korean section at this summer’s Art Hamptons, as reported in “Hamptons Art Fairs Target Hipster Collectors with Edgy, Nostalgic Artworks“).

This year, SCOPE will partner with Juxtapoz Magazine in what is being described as “an exploration of the New Contemporary.” As part of “Juxtapoz Presents,” Kimou “Grotesk” Meyer will design and create an interactive newsstand installation inspired by old Brooklyn, and based on Meyer’s 2009 cover for Juxtapoz. The stand will sell artist-made goods, magazines, as well as the new book, Juxtapoz Hyperrealism.

Here is the full list of SCOPE Miami Beach 2014′s participating galleries:

ACE Gallery | Los Angeles
Andenken | Amsterdam
Art Park Gallery | Seoul
Art Projects Gallery | Hong Kong
Artside Gallery | Seoul
Asterisk Projects | Brooklyn
AUREUS Contemporary | Providence
Baiksong Gallery | Seoul
Barbarian Art Gallery | Zurich
Galerija Bastejs | Riga
Beautiful Asset Art Projects | Beijing
Tally Beck Contemporary | New York
Gallery Bhak | Seoul
Gallery Biba | Palm Beach
Black Book Gallery | Denver
blunt | Toronto
Bon Gallery | Seoul
Anthony Brunelli Fine Arts | Binghampton
C-Arte | Buenos Aires
C.A.V.E. Gallery | Venice Beach
Callan Contemporary | New Orleans
Lawrence Cantor Fine Art | Venice
Chalk Horse | Sydney
Chandran Gallery | San Francisco
CHUNG Art Gallery | Seoul
Chung Jark Gallery | Seoul
Dorothy Circus Gallery | Rome
Elizabeth Clement Fine Art | Danvers & New York
Ethan Cohen Fine Arts | New York
Collage Habana Gallery | Havana
Contempop | Tel Aviv
Copro Gallery | Santa Monica
Corridor Contemporary | Tel Aviv
Dubner Moderne | Lausanne
E3 {a small gallery} | Ostend
Faur Zsófi Galéria | Budapest
Fifty24MX | Mexico City
The Flat – Massimo Carasi | Milan
Forré & Co. Fine Art | Aspen
Emmanuel Fremin Gallery | New York
Fresh Eggs | Berlin
Gallery G-77 | Kyoto
Gana Art | Seoul
Gauntlet Gallery | San Francisco
Gallery Godo | Seoul
Galerie Frédéric Got | Paris
Joseph Gross Gallery | New York
Mark Hachem | Paris & New York
Hashimoto Contemporary | San Francisco
Cheryl Hazan Contemporary Art | New York
Kashya Hildebrand | London
Kirk Hopper | Dallas
Dan Hort Projects | New York
Inner State Gallery | Detroit
JanKossen Contemporary | Basel
K + Y Gallery | Paris
Kallenbach Gallery | Amsterdam
Jacob Karpio Galeria | San Jose
Keumsan Gallery | Seoul
L’inlassable | Paris
La Ira de Dios | Buenos Aires
Labartino | Miami
Jonathan LeVine Gallery | New York
Life as a Work of Art | New York
Long Sharp Gallery | Indianapolis
Luster | Brooklyn
Galerie Magenta | Antwerp
Magpi Projects | New York
Primo Marella Gallery | Milan
Mario Mauroner Contemporary Art | Salzburg & Vienna
Miami’s Independent Thinkers | Miami
Mighty Tanaka | Brooklyn
Mirus Gallery | San Francisco
Mordekai | New York
Leila Mordoch Gallery | Miami
NextArt | Budapest
NUNC Contemporary | Antwerp
Ohshima Fine Art | Tokyo
OTCA | London
Galleri Oxholm | Copenhagen
Pabellón 4 Arte Contemporáneo | Buenos Aires
Paik Hae Young Gallery | Seoul
Paradigm Gallery | Philadelphia
Parlor Gallery | Asbury Park
Pavleye Art & Culture | Prague
Phone Booth Gallery | Long Beach
Project Gallery | Los Angeles
Pyo Gallery | Seoul
RARE | New York
Red Corridor Gallery | Künzell
Red Truck Gallery | New Orleans
Duane Reed Gallery | St. Louis
Rush Arts Gallery | Brooklyn
Gallery Shilla | Seoul
Shirin Gallery | Tehran & New York
Stick Together | Amsterdam
StolenSpace | London
TBD Independent Projects | Key Biscayne
Thinkspace | Los Angeles
Tribe13 Gallery | Redwood Valley
Vertical Gallery | Chicago
Vice Gallery | Miami
Vogelsang Gallery | Brussels
Gallery on Wade | Toronto
Wallplay | New York
Waltman Ortega | Miami & Paris
Wanrooij Gallery | Amsterdam
Wellside Gallery | Seoul
White Walls | San Francisco
Woolff Gallery | London
Wunderkammern | Rome
Yellow Peril Gallery | Providence
55bellechase | Paris

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