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Marjolijn de Wit in Artsy

Miami Art Week is fast approaching, and collectors, dealers, and art enthusiasts are readying their wallets, presentations, and schedules. World-renowned and emerging fairs will draw the biggest names in contemporary art and design to the sandy beaches, palm tree–lined streets, and Art Deco hotels for which Miami is famous.

The main events of the week—Art Basel in Miami Beach, New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA), Untitled Art, Design Miami/, Scope, and Art Miami—present ideal opportunities to discover new artists and build your collection, at a variety of price points. While Miami truly has something for everyone, this curated selection of fair highlights will help guide your week, complete with booth locations for each exhibitor mentioned below.


Untitled Art

Ocean Drive & 12th Street, Miami Beach

VIP Preview: Monday, Nov. 28

Public Days: Tuesday, Nov. 29–Saturday, Dec. 3

Sited directly on the sands of Miami Beach, Untitled Art is a highlight of the week because of both the art on view and the prime location. Untitled features established contemporary art dealers who show a strong selection of emerging and mid-career artists with international reach. The curation is always top-notch.

This year’s edition of Untitled includes an impressive presentation of Ukrainian artists from the Kyiv-based Voloshyn Gallery (C34). Mixed-media works by Nikita Kadan will be on view, reflecting on the memory and history of war at large, in order to better understand the current conflict with Russia.

Another highlight will be Asya Geisberg Gallery’s booth (B09), with new works by Marjolijn De Wit, Melanie Daniel, Rebecca Morgan, and Shane Walsh. Particularly captivating are De Wit’s paintings, which are filled with ceramic objects that explore man’s relationship with nature and the built environment.