Art Basel announces additional highlights for its 2023 edition in Miami Beach by undefined

Art Basel announces additional highlights for its 2023 edition in Miami Beach

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Art Basel announces additional show highlights for the 2023 edition of its Americas fair in Miami Beach, as well as a vibrant cultural program within the halls and across Miami Beach

  • The leading fair in the Americas will welcome 277 premier international galleries this December, with 25 newcomers joining an outstanding line-up of veteran exhibitors, two-thirds of which hail from North and Latin America
  • Dedicated to monumental artworks, the Meridians sector will host 19 thought-provoking projects including new and site-specific works, with a focus on new perspectives on how we collectively inhabit our planet
  • The Kabinett sector will feature 30 galleries showcasing 28 carefully curated installations within their main booths
  • Free to the public, Art Basel’s Conversations program will return with a series of live debates among thought leaders on the key topics shaping the world of art and culture, with a focus on celebrating Latin America
  • Beyond the fair halls, Art Basel will collaborate with world-class institutions, private collections, and cultural partners for an expanded program of exhibitions and events across Miami Beach throughout the fair week
  • Art Basel, whose Global Lead Partner is UBS, will take place at the Miami Beach Convention Center (MBCC) from December 8 to 10, 2023, with Preview Days on December 6 and 7

'We welcome the artworld back to Art Basel Miami Beach this year with curated sectors and programming as inspired and ambitious as ever,’ said Vincenzo de Bellis, Director, Fairs and Exhibition Platforms, Art Basel. ‘Meridians will host 19 exceptional projects that go beyond the traditional art fair format to explore how we engage with our shifting natural and cultural environments. Our Kabinett sector will return with several first-time exhibitors, and our Conversations program will celebrate Miami Beach as the geographic and creative nexus of North and Latin America. Outside the halls, a truly exceptional cultural program will unfold at Miami Beach’s institutions and private collections, from Hernan Bas, Anne Duk Hee Jordan, and Etel Adnan at The Bass, to Charles Gaines and Tau Lewis at ICA Miami, to Gary Simmons at PAMM.'

De Bellis is spearheading this year’s edition of the fair. Bridget Finn, newly appointed Director, Art Basel Miami Beach, will lead the show starting in 2024.

Read the full press release here.