Miami Art Week THE FINAL DAY

The city's most comprehensive guide to fairs, events, galleries and exhibitions.

Sunday December 4

Art Miami
11 a.m. to 6 p.m. 1 Herald Plaza, (adult $57, senior $40, student $40, multi-day pass $130)
The city’s longest running contemporary and modern art fair is recognized as one of the preeminent international art fairs globally. Distinguished for its quality, depth, and diversity, the fair features investment quality paintings, drawings, design, sculpture, NFTs, video art, photography and prints from more than 155 leading galleries across 17 countries in Europe, Asia, Latin America, India, the Middle East and the United States. Thousands of works from more than 600 artists on display, providing established and budding collectors the opportunity to acquire a vast array of iconic works from renowned modern masters and blue-chip contemporary works, as well as the most sought- after living artists.

11 a.m. to 6 p.m., The Art Miami Pavilion, One Herald Plaza at NE 14th Street, Downtown Miami (General Admission $57 adults, $40 seniors, $40 student, $130 multi-day pass)
The week’s most celebrated fair continues to create and push boundaries on the conversation about contemporary art. The 2022 edition will showcase works from 75 innovative galleries from more than 20 countries, including Japan, Turkey, Australia, France, South Korea and Chile, among others. This year, Art Miami and its sister fairs are showcasing works to raise awareness and funds for the crisis abroad. At Art Miami, Chase Contemporary will release a limited edition signed & numbered print by 11 year old art prodigy Andres Valencia with 100 percent of the funds going to the Klitchko Foundation providing humanitarian support to Ukrainians.

Aqua Art Miami 
11 a.m. to 6 p.m., at the Aqua Hotel, 1530 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach (adult $25, senior $20, student $20, multi-day pass with admission to CONTEXT + Art Miami $130)
Miami Beach’s favorite boutique fair presents a diverse roster of 41 international galleries showcasing young, emerging and mid-career artists. Aqua is known for presenting vibrant and noteworthy international art programs with a particular interest in supporting young and established galleries with strong emerging and mid-career artists. This year, Aqua Art Miami will be collaborating with Black & White Project Space, a non-profit art organization run by Ukrainian National Tatyana Okshteyn to provide a space in the courtyard of the Aqua Hotel in support of “Buy An Icon, Save A Life In Ukraine,” a conceptual project by Ukrainian artists Sonia Atlantova and Olexander Klimenko.

All day at the Arlo Hotel in Wynwood, 2217 NW Miami Ct, Miami (free and open to the public)
First large-scale hybrid collection by artist and leader in the NFT space who is bridging the gap between the traditional art and crypto worlds.

Red Dot Miami VIP Press Preview and Opening Night Preview
12 p.m. to 6 p.m. 2217 NW 5th Avenue, Miami ($100 for a five-day pass, $75 opening night preview, $35 general admission.) 
Spectrum Miami is a curated art fair presenting 150+ independent career artists, studios, and younger galleries that are pushing the boundaries in surprising and significant ways. Red Dot is a gallery-only contemporary art fair featuring a provocative agenda that includes site-specific instillations and ongoing collaborations.

Aerobanquets RMX Mixed Reality Art and Culinary Experience at Superblue Miami
11 a.m. to 5 p.m. 1101 N.W. 23rd Street, Miami (tickets $58 to $200)
An innovative mixed reality art and culinary experience created by artist Mattia Casalengo in collaboration with Michelin-starred, James Beard Award-winning chef Chintan Pandya of Semma Dhamaka and Adda fame in New York.

Becky Robbins’ “Yūgen”
All day, 24 hours, The Balfour Hotel, 350 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach (free and open to the public)
The ex-wife of Tony Robbins showcases pieces from her most recent collection. The select museum-quality pieces are displayed in the hotel’s public spaces, set up and presented as a 24/7 gallery.

Pantone Color of the Year 2023 Immersive Art Experience
1 p.m. to 8 p.m., ARTECHOUSE Miami, 736 Collins Ave, Miami Beach (adults $24, children ages 4-15 $17 advance, students, seniors, military & first responders, $20, Miami residents $19)
Exhibition costing $1 million to create features immersive rooms of colors, textures, and interactions that plunge attendees into an array of visual, auditory, and tactile experiences to present not only the Pantone Color of the Year 2023, but also to draw out its many implications.

Breakfast in the Park by Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Musuem
11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Florida International University 10975 SW 17th Street, Miami (free and open to the public)
Features complimentary breakfast and a panel discussion hosted by the Frost Museum’s Chief Curator Amy Galpin who will be joined by the innovative curator Elvia Rosa Castro and internationally renowned artists María Magdalena Campos-Pons and Wanda Raimundi-Ortiz. Magdalena Campos-Pons will join the conversation virtually.

Rubell Museum
10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., 1100 NW 23rd Street, Miami, (adults $15, seniors $12, students $10, youth $10, active military & veterans free)
One of the most significant and far-ranging collections of contemporary art in the world, now encompassing 7,200 works by more than 1,000 artists—and still growing, the collection is further distinguished by the diversity and geographic distribution of artists represented within it.

Gagosian & Jeffery Deitch: 100 Years
10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Buick Building NE 2nd Avenue (free and open to the public)
Exploring the interplay of past, present, and future through works by contemporary artists in dialogue with the sweeping cultural and environmental changes of the past century—as well as those who anticipate future possibilities.

Margulies Collection at the Warehouse
9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Margulies Warehouse, 591 NW 27th Street, Miami (free and open to the public)
Non-profit institution located in a 50,000 square foot retro-fitted warehouse presenting seasonal exhibitions from the collection of renowned collector Martin Z. Margulies as well as educational programs, & special exhibitions and an international loan program.

Future Transmutation by Pilar Zeta
9 a.m. to 10 p.m., WET Deck and LAWN at W South Beach; 2201 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach (free and open to the public)
Art goers to witness a celebration of freedom and feminine power through revered artist commissioned works on view. The interactive sculptural garden installation as well as a creative intervention celebrates freedom and self-discovery.

The House of Infinite Potential
12 p.m. to 8 p.m. 298 NE 61st Street, Miami (tickets $25 pre-sale, $35 on-site, $80 for groupings of four)
An exhibit spanning across 9 different rooms featuring abstract, immersive attractions including a maze, sculpture courtyard, a circus tent with performance artists, two installations created by innovative theater companies, and seven artist-curated installations with live actors, the effort is to celebrate the human experience. Expect live music, spoken word & poetry, and physical touch with different elements such as water, fire, sand, and fragrant flowers to amplify every attendee’s connection to reality.

Didier William, Leah GordonKanaval, and Chire Exhibitions at MOCA
10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami, 770 NE 125th St, North Miami, (adults $10, seniors $5, MOCA Members free)
Three impactful and timely exhibitions showcased during Miami Art Week.

5-Day Multisensory Experience at Elemental
Noon to 8 p.m., 59 N.W. 36ht Street, Miami (tickets start at $80)
Generating a platforms for CryptoArtists during Miami Art Week, the experience includes music, art, and tech plus programming featuring a curated selection of immersive art experiences and performances from world-leading DJs. 

Tree of Life Installation
all day, 1 Hotel South Beach, Hotel Lobby 2341 Collins Ave, Miami Beach (free and open to the public) 
Artist Artem Mirolevich features a multimedia exhibit intended to stretch the boundaries of creativity and disrupting how art is made using Artificial Intelligence.Museum of Graffiti hosts Mattel

Museum of Graffiti features LADY PINK Canbot
1 p.m., 276 N.W. 26th Avenue, Miami (free with reservation)
The releases and signings from the world’s hottest graffiti artists followed by nationally renowned break-dancers competing to become the champion.

FIU Jewish Museum of Florida’s Art Basel Open House
11 a.m. to 2 p.m., 301 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Free for VIP Cardholders and Members
Exhibition of art created and curated by talented female artists.

Dolce & Gabbana Casa Pop Up (Nov 28 ot Dec 4)
10 a.m. to 10 p.m, 50 NE 39th Street (free and open to the public)
Collection of furnishing and furnishing accessories is a tribute to the excellence of craftsmanship, Italian design and the authentic codes.

This is Not a Test 
11 a.m. to 11 p.m., Carl Fisher Clubhouse, 2100 Washington Ave Miami Beach (free and open to the public)
Forecast the future of the boundary-pushing art form of hip hop plus performances, parties, food, music, talks & more.

The Wolfsonian
10 a.m. to 6 p.m., 1001 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, (free and open open to the public)
Potter Roberto Lugo debuts new works, including a wrap-around building mural.

“A Taste of Art” at Mandarin Oriental, Miami
Open daily, 500 Brickell Key Drive, Miami, (free and open to the public)
Immersive exhibit featuring a collaboration between the luxury hotel property, artistJohn Collingwood, Drumshanbo Gunpowder Irish Gin and Aubi & Ramsa, visitors to indulge in a unique multi-sensory experience intended to showcase the intricate, creative elements that constitute the perfect cocktail, dish and artwork.

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