Miami Project, the newest addition to Miami’s contemporary art scene, will debut in a 65,000 square foot tent in midtown Miami on December 4th through 9th.
Miami Project will feature curated presentations from 65 galleries, exhibiting leading emerging and mid-career artists from around the world.
The Fair’s selection committee is a who’s who of art industry figures from across the U.S. including: Trish Bransten (Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco), Catharine Clark (Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco), Andrew Freiser (Fredericks & Freiser, New York), Kerry Inman (Inman Gallery, Houston), Sally Morgan & Jay Lehman (Morgan Lehman Gallery, New York), and Randy Sommer (ACME, Los Angeles).
Participating exhibitors include leading galleries from across the country including ACME. (Los Angeles), Allegra LaViola Gallery (New York), Angles Gallery (Los Angeles), Blythe Projects (West Hollywood), boltax.gallery (New York), Brian Gross Fine Art (San Francisco), Caroll and Sons (Boston), Catharine Clark Gallery (San Francisco), CB1 Gallery (Los Angeles), Charles A. Hartman Fine Art (Portland), Charlie James Gallery (Los Angeles), Cirrus Gallery (Los Angeles), Coagula Curatorial (Los Angeles), Conduit Gallery (Dallas), Cooper Cole (Toronto), Daniel Weinberg Gallery (Los Angeles), David Shelton Gallery (San Antonio), DC Moore Gallery (New York), DCKT Contemporary (New York), DNA (Provincetown), Eli Ridgway Gallery (San Francisco), Eric Firestone Gallery (East Hampton/Tucson), Foley Gallery (New York), Forum Gallery (New York), Fouladi Projects (San Francisco), Fredericks & Freiser (New York), Gallery 16 (San Francisco), gallery km (Los Angeles), Gallery Paule Anglim (San Francisco), Gary Snyder Gallery (New York), Greg Kucera Gallery (Seattle), Gregory Lind Gallery (San Francisco), Haines Gallery (San Francisco), Halsey Mckay Gallery (East Hampton), Inman Gallery (Houston), Jack Fischer Gallery (San Francisco), Jen Bekman Gallery (New York), Kai Heinze Berlin (Berlin), Kopeikin Gallery (Los Angeles), Larissa Goldston Gallery (New York), LESLEY HELLER WORKSPACE (New York), Mark Borghi Fine Art (New York), Marty Walker Gallery (Dallas), Marx & Zavattero (San Francisco), Morgan Lehman (New York), Muriel Guepin Gallery (New York), NOMA Gallery (San Francisco), Patricia Sweetow Gallery (San Francisco), PDX CONTEMPORARY ART (Portland), Pentimenti Gallery (Philadelphia), Peter Mendenhall
Gallery (Los Angeles), Platform (Seattle), Quint Contemporary Art (San
Diego), Rena Bransten Gallery (San Francisco), RH Gallery (New York),
Richard Heller Gallery (Santa Monica), Richard Levy Gallery (Albuquerque),
Romer Young Gallery (San Francisco), Steven Zevitas Gallery (Boston), The New Wall Gallery (Garza Garcia), Traywick Contemporary (Berkeley), Visual Arts Gallery/SVA (New York), Walter Maciel (Los Angeles), William Campbell Contemporary Art (Fort Worth), ZieherSmith (New York), and 101/Exhibit (Miami/Los Angeles).
Conceived of and launched by experienced fair organizers Max Fishko and Jeffrey Wainhause, the duo –managing partners of artMRKT Productions– run several fairs throughout the year, including artMRKT San Francisco, Hamptons and Texas Contemporary -- all of which are well-received by exhibitors and visitors alike. The same is expected of the artMRKT’s newest production in Miami: “What sets our fairs apart from others is our intimate scale and dedication to showcasing emerging and established artists in a relaxed, welcoming environment,” says Fishko, “We serve the ever-growing market for art and still appeal to the more seasoned collector.”
Miami Project’s open layout and intimate scale will create a welcoming and engaging atmosphere for visitors while offering unique surprises throughout. One such example: Leveraging the national food cart zeitgeist, GastroPod, along with the popular Panther Coffee and tasty Real Sorbet to create a culinary experience fit for foodies.
Wainhause adds, “Our aim is to create an enjoyable experience for our clients and to make the Fair easily accessible. The venue and layout of the fair enables the galleries and artists to be the true stars of the show.”
Sponsors & Partners:
Turrett Collaborative Architects, FX Fowle, Société Perrier, Cadogan Tate, gastroPod, Panther Coffee and Real Sorbet
Miami Project Art Fair
NE 1st Ave & NE 30th Street
Miami, FL 33137
Tuesday, December 4, 2012 - 5:30pm to 10pm
Regular Fair Hours:
Wednesday, December 5, 2012 - 11am to 5pm
Thursday, December 6, 2012 - 11am to 7pm
Friday, December 7, 2012 - 11am to 8:30pm
Saturday, December 8, 2012 - 11am to 7pm
Sunday, December 9, 2012 - 11am to 6pm
$20 General admission
$10 Seniors / Students
For additional information, please visit: http://www.miami-project.com/miami