Gallery List Announcement
Marking its 20-year anniversary in Miami Beach, Art Basel reveals line-up of 283 leading galleries, the the fair’s largest edition in Miami Beach to date
- 283 premier galleries from 38 countries and territories – including 26 first-time participants – will exhibit this year
- Reinforcing its position as the premier global fair in the Americas, the show will present an exceptional overview of artists, galleries, and new perspectives from the region
- Celebrating 20 years of Art Basel in Miami Beach, the fair will extend beyond the show floor with a vibrant cultural program across the city’s world-class institutions and private collections
- Art Basel, whose Lead Partner is UBS, will take place from December 1 to December 3, with preview days on November 29 and November 30 at the Miami Beach Convention Center (MBCC)
Art Basel celebrates its 20th anniversary edition in Miami Beach with 283 premier galleries – the largest show to date – including 26 first-time participants as well as multiple exhibitors returning after a pandemic hiatus. More than half of this year’s galleries have principal gallery locations in North and South America, joined by new and returning exhibitors from around the world, including Africa, Asia, and Europe.
The 26 newly participating galleries include: Alexandre Gallery (New York); And Now (Dallas); Edel Assanti (London); Berry Campbell (New York); José de la Mano (Madrid); Bridget Donahue (New York); Emalin (London); Herlitzka + Faria (Barrio Norte); K Art (Buffalo); Kristina Kite Gallery (Los Angeles); Paulo Kuczynski (São Paulo); Magenta Plains (New York); P21 (Seoul); Queer Thoughts (New York); Residency Art Gallery (Inglewood); Rolf Art (Buenos Aires); Meredith Rosen Gallery (New York); Chris Sharp Gallery (Los Angeles); Soft Opening (London); Sophie Tappeiner (Vienna); Stars (Los Angeles); Sultana (Arles and Paris); Super Dakota (Brussels); Rodeo (London and Piraeus); Watanuki Ltd. / Toki-no-Wasuremono (Tokyo); and Yavuz Gallery (Redfern and Singapore). The fair continues to offer differing models for participation, including joint booths by A Gentil Carioca (Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo) and Goodman Gallery (Cape Town, Johannesburg, and London) as well as Bridget Donahue (New York) and Hannah Hoffman (Los Angeles) in the Galleries sector; and Super Dakota (Brussels) and Helen Anrather (New York) in the Nova sector.
The 20th anniversary edition marks two decades of growth and impact by Art Basel as a cultural cornerstone in South Florida, across the Americas, and beyond.
‘It is truly exciting to celebrate our 20-year presence in Miami Beach,’ says Marc Spiegler, Global Director, Art Basel. ‘Over the last two decades our show has not only reinforced its pivotal position in the region – uniquely bridging the art scenes of North and South Americas, Europe, and beyond – but also played a galvanising role in the city’s profound cultural transformation. The increasingly diverse range of galleries and artistic voices represented will make our show richer in discoveries than ever before.’
‘20 years of Art Basel has shown us the very best version of our community. So much of our investment in our cultural assets and amenities is a result of Art Basel’s example,” says Dan Gelber, Mayor, City of Miami Beach.
The fair’s main sector features 213 of the world’s leading galleries, exhibiting works across all mediums and representing the highest quality of paintings, sculptures, installations, and more. Several exhibitors will return to the fair following a hiatus, including Galeria Raquel Arnaud from São Paulo; Karma International from Zurich; Galerie Barbara Thumm from Berlin; Marlborough with exhibition spaces in Barcelona, Madrid, London, and New York; and Lia Rumma from Milan and Naples. Additionally, seven galleries that previously exhibited in the Survey or the Nova sector will transition into the main sector: Balice Hertling from Paris; Nicelle Beauchene Gallery from New York; blank projects from Cape Town; Chapter NY from New York; Commonwealth and Council from Los Angeles; Thomas Erben Gallery from New York; and Hannah Hoffman from Los Angeles. For the full list of exhibitors in Galleries, please visit artbasel.com/miami-beach/galleries.
Presenting solo exhibitions by emerging international artists, this year’s Positions sector will feature 19 solo presentations and welcomes 11 new participants. Highlights from the sector include new paintings by Tonia Nneji that continue her series ‘Uncommon Lands, Common Grounds,’ which investigates the role of commemorative religious fabrics in unfamiliar contexts, presented by Rele Gallery; first-time participant And Now’s presentation of materially abstract paintings by Leslie Martinez bridging queerness and border politics; and works by Ishi Glinsky, honoring Indigenous people’s connection to land through material exploration and reimagined production, at first-time participant Chris Sharp Gallery. For the full gallery list for Positions, please visit artbasel.com/miami-beach/positions.
Dedicated to galleries presenting new work by up to three artists, the Nova sector will feature 22 presentations from 23 galleries. Highlights include a solo presentation of new photographs and sculptures by John Edmonds, which continue his inquiry into human form and African art at Company Gallery; newcomer Yavuz Gallery’s exhibition of work by Pinaree Sanpitak, following her work’s inclusion in ‘The Milk of Dreams’ by Cecilia Alemani at the 2022 Venice Biennale; drawings and sculptures by Ukrainian artist Nikita Kadan, some of which have been realized in his current refuge shelter in Kyiv, at Galerie Jérome Poggi; newcomer K Art’s presentation of works by internationally-acclaimed artist Edgar Heap of Birds and emerging artists Erin Ggaadimitis Ivalu Gingrich, and Robyn Tsinnajinnie, whose works thread together a compelling narrative of Indigenous perspectives; and a dual installation by Los Angeles-based artists Anabel Juárez and Greg Ito, whose work explores the immigrant experience through a range of practices, from painting to large-scale sculpture and wall-based installation, on view at Anat Ebgi’s booth. The sector will also include a joint booth by: Super Dakota and Helena Anrather with a presentation of works by Julia Wachtel, investigating the construction of emotion and identity through media and mass culture. For the full gallery list for Nova, please visit artbasel.com/miami-beach/nova.
Featuring work created before 2000, the Survey sector includes 17 galleries, including nine newcomers to Art Basel Miami Beach. Highlights include a historical presentation of rare wood, marble, and bronze sculptures and works on paper by Cuban artist Agustín Cárdenas at Galerie Mitterrand; the second overseas solo exhibition of work by Japanese artist Ei-Q, including newly discovered photo-dessin and photo-collages, hosted by newcomer Watanuki Ltd./ Toki-no-Wasuremono; a debut art fair presentation of historic works from the 1970s to the 1990s by Milford Graves, with a range of mediums from multimedia sculptures to works on paper, at Fridman Gallery; Cristin Tierney’s booth of historic works by Dread Scott presenting a study of violence from the last 15 years of the 20th century; works from the two principal creative periods of Spanish artist Aurèlia Muñoz, whose work has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and recently at the Guggenheim in Bilbao, at newcomer Jose de la Mano. For the full gallery list for Survey, please visit artbasel.com/miami-beach/survey.
The 2022 Edition sector will consist of 11 exhibitors, exemplifying the field of prints and editioned works. Exhibitors include Cristea Roberts Gallery (London); Crown Point Press (San Francisco); Gemini G.E.L. (Los Angeles); Carolina Nitsch (New York); Pace Prints (New York); Paragon (London); Polígrafa Obra Gràfica (Barcelona); Susan Sheehan Gallery (New York); STPI (Singapore); Two Palms (New York); and ULAE (New York). For further information, please visit artbasel.com/miami-beach/edition.
Information on the Meridians and Kabinett sectors will be released in the coming weeks, along with details on additional fair programming, including 20th anniversary highlights.
Museum Shows and Private Collections
Visitors to Art Basel Miami Beach will have the opportunity to experience South Florida’s world-class museums and private collections, including:
- The Bass
‘Las Mariposas Eternas – solo exhibition by Adrián Villar Rojas’
‘The Harvesters – solo exhibition by Jamilah Sabur’
‘Phraseology – by various artists’
- de la Cruz Collection
‘Together, at the Same Time’
- El Espacio 23
‘You Know Who You Are – recent acquisitions of Cuban art from the Jorge M. Pérez Collection.’
- The Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami (ICA Miami)
‘Michel Majerus: Progressive Aesthetics – first US museum survey’
‘Nina Chanel Abney: Big Butch Energy’
‘Hervé Télémaque: 1959-1964’
- Locust Projects
‘Ronny Quevedo – uleole allez’
- Margulies Collection at the Warehouse
‘The Bitter Years’
‘New European and American Painters and Sculptors’
- Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM)
‘Leandro Erlich: Liminal’
- NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale
‘Haitian Collection Exhibition: Curated with Kathia St. Hilaire’
‘William Kentridge: Ursonate’‘Scott Covert: I Had a Wonderful Life’
‘Malcolm Morley: Shipwreck’
- Rubell Museum
Participating Galleries: 303 Gallery New York 47 Canal New York A Gentil Carioca Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo Miguel Abreu Gallery New York Acquavella Galleries New York, Palm Beach Altman Siegel San Francisco Galeria Raquel Arnaud São Paulo Alfonso Artiaco Naples Balice Hertling Paris Barro Buenos Aires Nicelle Beauchene Gallery New York galería elba benítez Madrid Berggruen Gallery San Francisco blank projects Cape Town Blum & Poe Tokyo, Los Angeles, New York Peter Blum Gallery New York Marianne Boesky Gallery New York Tanya Bonakdar Gallery Los Angeles, New York Bortolami New York Luciana Brito Galeria São Paulo Ben Brown Fine Arts Hong Kong, London, Palm Beach Galerie Buchholz Berlin, Cologne, New York Canada New York Cardi Gallery Milan, London Carlos/Ishikawa London Casa Triângulo São Paulo Casas Riegner Bogotá David Castillo Miami Ceysson & Bénétière Lyon, Paris, Saint-Etienne, Koerich, New York Chapter NY New York Cheim & Read New York Clearing Brussels, Beverly Hills, New York James Cohan Gallery New York Sadie Coles HQ London Commonwealth and Council Los Angeles Galleria Continua São Paulo, Beijing, La Habana, Boissy-le-Châtel, Paris, Roma, San Gimignano Paula Cooper Gallery New York, Palm Beach Corbett vs. Dempsey Chicago Pilar Corrias London Galerie Crèvecœur Paris Galerie Chantal Crousel Paris DAN Galeria São Paulo, Votorantim DC Moore Gallery New York Massimo De Carlo Paris, Hong Kong, Milan, London Jeffrey Deitch Los Angeles, New York Bridget Donahue New York Andrew Edlin Gallery New York galerie frank elbaz Paris Derek Eller Gallery New York Thomas Erben Gallery New York Eric Firestone Gallery New York Konrad Fischer Galerie Berlin, Dusseldorf Fortes D’Aloia & Gabriel Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo Peter Freeman, Inc. New York Stephen Friedman Gallery London James Fuentes New York Gaga Mexico City, Los Angeles Gagosian Hong Kong, Paris, Athens, Rome, Basel, Geneva, Saanen, London, Beverly Hills, New York Galerie Christophe Gaillard Paris Galerie 1900-2000 Paris Gavlak Los Angeles, Palm Beach François Ghebaly Los Angeles, New York Gladstone Gallery Brussels, Rome, Seoul, New York Gomide & Co São Paulo Galería Elvira González Madrid Goodman Gallery Cape Town, Johannesburg, London Marian Goodman Gallery Paris, London, New York Galerie Bärbel Grässlin Frankfurt Gray Chicago, New York Garth Greenan Gallery New York Greene Naftali New York Galerie Karsten Greve St. Moritz, Cologne, Paris Cristina Guerra Contemporary Art Lisbon Kavi Gupta Chicago Hales Gallery London, New York Hauser & Wirth Hong Kong, Ciutadella de Menorca, Gstaad, Sankt Moritz, Zurich, London, Somerset, Los Angeles, New York, Monte Carlo Galerie Max Hetzler Paris, Berlin, London High Art Arles, Paris Hirschl & Adler Modern New York Hannah Hoffman Los Angeles Rhona Hoffman Gallery Chicago Edwynn Houk Gallery New York Pippy Houldsworth Gallery London Xavier Hufkens Brussels Gallery Hyundai Seoul Mariane Ibrahim Paris, Chicago Ingleby Gallery Edinburgh rodolphe janssen Brussels Catriona Jeffries Vancouver Jenkins Johnson Gallery New York, San Francisco JTT New York Annely Juda Fine Art London Kalfayan Galleries Athens, Thessaloniki Casey Kaplan New York Karma New York Karma International Zurich Kasmin New York kaufmann repetto Milan, New York Sean Kelly Los Angeles, New York Kerlin Gallery Dublin Anton Kern Gallery New York Kewenig Berlin, Palma de Mallorca Galerie Peter Kilchmann Zurich Tina Kim Gallery New York Kohn Gallery Los Angeles David Kordansky Gallery Los Angeles Andrew Kreps Gallery New York Galerie Krinzinger Vienna Kukje Gallery Busan, Seoul kurimanzutto Mexico City, New York Labor Mexico City Simon Lee Gallery Hong Kong, London Lehmann Maupin Seoul, London, New York Galerie Lelong & Co. Paris, New York David Lewis New York LGDR Paris, Hong Kong, London, New York Josh Lilley London Lisson Gallery Shanghai, London, East Hampton, New York Luhring Augustine New York Magazzino Rome Mai 36 Galerie Zurich Maisterravalbuena Madrid Jorge Mara – La Ruche Buenos Aires Matthew Marks Gallery Los Angeles, New York Marlborough Barcelona, Madrid, London, New York Philip Martin Gallery Los Angeles Barbara Mathes Gallery New York Mayoral Paris, Barcelona Mazzoleni Turin, London Anthony Meier Fine Arts San Francisco Mendes Wood DM São Paulo, New York, Brussels kamel mennour Paris Meyer Riegger Berlin, Karlsruhe Mignoni New York Millan São Paulo Victoria Miro Venice, London Mitchell-Innes & Nash New York Mnuchin Gallery New York The Modern Institute Glasgow moniquemeloche Chicago mor charpentier Bogotá, Paris Morán Morán Mexico City, Los Angeles Galerie nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder Vienna Galerie Nagel Draxler Berlin, Cologne, Munich Edward Tyler Nahem New York Helly Nahmad Gallery New York Nanzuka Tokyo Galería Leandro Navarro Madrid neugerriemschneider Berlin Nicodim Gallery Bucharest, Los Angeles, New York Galleria Franco Noero Turin David Nolan Gallery New York Galerie Nordenhake Berlin, Mexico City, Stockholm Galerie Nathalie Obadia Brussels, Paris OMR Mexico City Galleria Lorcan O’Neill Roma Rome P.P.O.W New York Pace Gallery Hong Kong, Seoul, Geneva, London, East Hampton, New York, Palm Beach, Palo Alto Franklin Parrasch Gallery New York Patron Chicago Peres Projects Berlin, Milan, Seoul Perrotin Hong Kong, Shanghai, Paris, Tokyo, Seoul, New York Petzel New York Galerie Eva Presenhuber Vienna, Zurich, New York Proyectos Monclova Mexico City Almine Rech Brussels, Shanghai, Paris, London, New York Regen Projects Los Angeles Revolver Galería Buenos Aires, Lima, New York Roberts Projects Los Angeles Rodeo London, Piraeus Nara Roesler Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, New York Thaddaeus Ropac Salzburg, Paris, Seoul, London Michael Rosenfeld Gallery New York Lia Rumma Milan, Naples SCAI The Bathhouse Tokyo Esther Schipper Berlin Schoelkopf Gallery New York Galerie Thomas Schulte Berlin Marc Selwyn Fine Art Beverly Hills Jack Shainman Gallery New York Sicardi Ayers Bacino Houston Sies + Höke Düsseldorf Sikkema Jenkins & Co. New York Jessica Silverman San Francisco Simões de Assis Curitiba, São Paulo Skarstedt Paris, London, East Hampton, New York Fredric Snitzer Gallery Miami Sperone Westwater New York Sprüth Magers Hong Kong, Berlin, London, Los Angeles Galleria Christian Stein Milan Stevenson Amsterdam, Cape Town, Johannesburg Galeria Luisa Strina São Paulo Simone Subal Gallery New York Galería Sur Montevideo Timothy Taylor London, New York Templon Brussels, Paris, New York Galerie Thomas Munich Galerie Barbara Thumm Berlin Tornabuoni Art Paris, Florence, Forte dei Marmi, Milan, Crans Montana Travesía Cuatro Guadalajara, Mexico City, Madrid Van de Weghe New York Van Doren Waxter New York Vedovi Gallery Brussels Venus Over Manhattan New York Vermelho São Paulo Vielmetter Los Angeles Los Angeles Waddington Custot London Galleri Nicolai Wallner Copenhagen Wentrup Berlin, Hamburg Michael Werner Gallery Trebbin, London, East Hampton, New York White Cube Hong Kong, London Yares Art New York, San Francisco David Zwirner Paris, Hong Kong, London, New York EDITION Gallery Name Exhibition Spaces Cristea Roberts Gallery London Crown Point Press San Francisco Gemini G.E.L. Los Angeles Carolina Nitsch New York Pace Prints New York Paragon London Polígrafa Obra Gràfica Barcelona Susan Sheehan Gallery New York STPI Singapore Two Palms New York ULAE New York NOVA Gallery Name Exhibition Spaces Artists Afriart Gallery Kampala Emmie Nume, Mona Taha, Richard Atugonza Helena Anrather New York Julia Wachtel Antenna Space Shanghai Han Bing, Nancy Lupo 80m2 Livia Benavides Lima Andres Pereira Paz, Armando Andrade Tudela, Ximena Garrido-Lecca Galerie Maria Bernheim Zurich Ding Shilun, Eli Ping Company Gallery New York John Edmonds Document Chicago Elizabeth Atterbury, Gordon Hall Anat Ebgi Los Angeles Anabel Juarez, Greg Ito Galería Agustina Ferreyra San Juan Dalton Gata, Paloma Contreras Lomas, Tobias Dirty Instituto de visión Bogotá, New York Claudia Fontes, Sandra Monterroso, Tania Candiani Charlie James Gallery Los Angeles Patrick Martinez K Art Buffalo Edgar Heap of Birds, Erin Gingrich, Robyn Tsinnajinnie Kristina Kite Gallery Los Angeles Jasper Marsalis, Nicole Miller Kendra Jayne Patrick Bern, New York Teresa Baker, Constanza Camila Kramer Garfias, Sharona Franklin Galerie Jérôme Poggi Paris Nikita Kadan Proyectos Ultravioleta Guatemala City Akira Ikezoe, Amalia Pica Galeria Patricia Ready Vitacura Josefina Guilisasti, Marcela Correa Spinello Projects Miami Juana Valdes, Reginald O’Neal Super Dakota Brussels Julia Wachtel Rachel Uffner Gallery New York Bernadette Despujols, Curtis Talwst Santiago, Sheree Hovsepian Nicola Vassell New York Alberta Whittle, Che Lovelace Welancora Gallery New York Carl E. Hazlewood Yavuz Gallery Redfern, Singapore Pinaree Sanpitak POSTITIONS Gallery Name Exhibition Spaces And Now Dallas Arcadia Missa London Edel Assanti London Ruth Benzacar Galeria de Arte Buenos Aires Central Galeria São Paulo Emalin London Isla Flotante Buenos Aires Night Gallery Los Angeles P21 Seoul Pequod Co. Mexico City Queer Thoughts New York Rele Gallery Lagos, Los Angeles Residency Art Gallery Inglewood Reyes Finn Detroit Chris Sharp Gallery Los Angeles Soft Opening London Stars Los Angeles Sultana Arles, Paris Sophie Tappeiner Vienna SURVEY Gallery Name Exhibition Spaces 1 Mira Madrid Madrid, Valencia acb Budapest Alexandre Gallery New York Berry Campbell New York José de la Mano Madrid Larkin Erdmann Gallery Zurich Fridman Gallery Beacon, New York Herlitzka + Faria Buenos Aires Galerie Knoell Basel Paulo Kuczynski São Paulo Magenta Plains New York Galerie Mitterrand Paris Rolf Art Buenos Aires Meredith Rosen Gallery New York Cristin Tierney Gallery New York Watanuki Ltd. / Toki-no-Wasuremono Tokyo Steven Zevitas Gallery Boston