UNTITLED. Lines Up 96 Galleries for Third Edition

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UNTITLED. Pavilion, designed by K/R.
Photo: Courtesy of UNTITLED.

As if Art Basel in Miami Beach‘s impressively long list of exhibitors wasn’t enough to look forward to this December (see “Art Basel in Miami Beach 2014 Boasts an Intimidating 267 Galleries“), there are also the event’s numerous competing satellite fairs, which are also beginning to announce their 2014 line-ups. The third edition of UNTITLED. (running December 3–7) has just unveiled plans to feature work from over 200 emerging and established contemporary artists represented by 96 galleries and non-profit art organizations from 18 countries, as well as 16 cities in the US.

The fair will be hosted in a temporary beach-side pavilion designed by K/R architects under John Keenen. With a newly expanded curatorial team comprising artistic director Omar López-Chahoud and curators Christophe Boutin and Melanie Scarciglia, UNTITLED. will host a series of conversations, performances, and events, as well as special projects (see “Miami’s UNTITLED. Fair Adds Curators, Gets New Tent“).

As part of the special projects series, Paul Ramírez Jonas will present his volcanic rock and cork sculpture, Publicar V (2010), while French conceptual artist Mathieu Mercier has created a series of new works for the fair, to be shown by New York’s Denis Gardarin Inc. New York non-profit gallery carriage trade will present Cutting Through the Suburbs, a multimedia project memorializing 1970s suburbia and featuring works by Gordon Matta-Clark, Bill Owens, and James Wines/SITE Architects & Howard Silver.

The fair is also partnering with online art service Curiator, which will allow UNTITLED. visitors to peruse the fair’s offerings online, creating digital collections, both in the two-week period leading up to the annual event, for VIPs, and during its run, for all guests.

Here is the full list of UNTITLED. 2014’s participating galleries:

(+) R – Barcelona
Ada – Richmond, Virginia
Adn Galeria – Barcelona
Andrew Rafacz, Chicago
Arroniz – Mexico City
Artag – Helskinki
Art Nueve – Murcia, Spain
Arts & Leisure Gallery – New York
Asya Geisberg Gallery – New York
Bitforms Gallery NYC – New York
Bravinlee Programs – New York
Carriage Trade – New York
Carrie Secrist – Chicago
Casa Maauad – Mexico City
Cindy Rucker Gallery – New York
Cirrus Gallery – Los Angeles, California
Cristin Tierney – New York
Curro & Poncho – Jalisco, Mexico
De La Cruz Projects – San José, Costa Rica
Diablo Rosso –Panama City
Denis Gardarin Inc. – New York
Denny Gallery – New York
Document-Art Gallery – New York
Espacio No Minimo – Guayaquil, Ecuador
Formato Comodo – Madrid, Spain
Fredericks & Freiser – New York
Fridman Gallery – New York
Galería Bacelos – Madrid
Galeria Espacio Minimo – Madrid
Galería Juan Silió – Santander, Spain
Galería Nora Fisch – Buenos Aries
Galeria Pilar – São Paulo
Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran – Montreal
Galerie Laurent Godin – Paris
Galerie Richard – New York
Galerie Thomas Fuchs – Stuttgart, Germany
Gallery Sinne – Helsinki
González Y González – Santiago
Halsey Mckay Gallery – East Hamptons, New York
Henrique Faria Buenos Aires – Buenos Aires
Hionas Gallery – New York
Inman Gallery – Houston
Island Press – St. Louis
Jack Bell Gallery – London
Johannes Vogt Gallery – New York
Johansson Projects – Oakland, California
Josée Bienvenu – New York
Klemens Gasser & Tanja Grunert Gallery – New York
Koenig & Clinton – New York
Kravets Wehby Gallery – New York
Kristen Lorello – New York
Lawrie Shabibi – Dubai
Little Big Man Gallery – San Francisco
Longhouse Projects – New York
Lora Reynolds – Austin
Lucia De La Puente – Lima
Luis De Jesus Los Angeles – Los Angeles
Lvl3 – Chicago
Makebish – New York
Maloney Fine Art – Los Angeles
Marisa Newman Projects – New York
Marso – Mexico City
Max Estrella – Madrid
Microscope Gallery – Brooklyn
Mite – Buenos Aires
Mkg127 – Toronto
Monique Meloche – Chicago
Mulherin – Toronto
Narrative Projects – London
Nathalie Karg Gallery – New York
Nueveochenta – Bogotá, Colombia
Parisian Laundry – Montreal
Present Company – Brooklyn
Projektrom Normanns – Stavanger, Norway
Richard Heller Gallery – Santa Monica, California
Rincón Projects – Bogotá, Colombia
Romer Young Gallery – San Francisco
Ronchini Gallery – London
Royale Projects: Contemporary Art – Palm Desert, California
Salon Dahlmann – Berlin
Sandra Gering Inc. – New York
Sic Helsinki – Helsinki
Site:Lab – Grand Rapids, Michigan
Steve Turner Contemporary – Los Angeles
Steven Zevitas – Boston
Susan Inglett – New York
Taymour Grahne Gallery – New York
Threewalls – Chicago
Today Is the Day Foundation – New York
Universal Limited Art Editions – Bay Shore, New York
Upfor – Portland, Oregon
Vigo Gallery – London
Western Exhibitions – Chicago
Y Gallery – New York
Zieher Smith & Horton – New York
Zürcher Studio, – New York


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