Dec 4, 2023 - News

Miami Art Week: Your fair guide for Art Basel and much more

A building is illuminated from the inside at night with a crowd looking at artwork

Get ready for this, times a million. Photo: Courtesy of Art Miami

It's basically a full-time job to plan your attack for Miami Art Week, as we celebrate contemporary art at venues all over the city.

What's happening: We've waded through a zillion announcements to pare down some best bets.

First, the art fairs! ( has many of these plotted on an interactive map.)

Opening to the public Tuesday:

  • NADA Art Fair features new contemporary artists at Ice Palace Studios in Miami Beach. Tickets for single-day passes are $35.
  • Satellite Art Show is an immersive experience inside a Halloween megastore on Lincoln Road. Free.

Opening to the public Wednesday:

  • Design Miami, with a focus of furniture and sculpture, is at Convention Center Drive and 19th Street in Miami Beach. Tickets start at $40.
  • Art Miami and its sister fair, Context, highlight boundary-pushing artists at One Herald Plaza. Tickets for single-day passes are $60.
  • Untitled Art Fair showcases emerging artists and historical figures in tents on the sand in Miami Beach. Tickets for single-day passes are $55.
  • Ink Art Fair showcases works on paper at Miami Beach's Suites of Dorchester. Free.
  • Scope Art Fair has "new contemporary" works in a pavilion at Ocean Drive and 8th Street. Tickets: $60.
  • Prizm Art Fair, located downtown and focused on artists from the African diaspora, explores the theme that "Civilization Is Not Civil." Tickets start at $35.

Opening to the public Thursday:

Opening to the public Friday:

  • Art Basel Miami Beach ā€” the main fair that all others revolve around ā€” takes place as usual at the Miami Beach Convention Center. Tickets start at $58 for residents.


  • The Museum of Graffiti celebrates "The Art of Hip-Hop" with sneakers, speakers and more. Tickets start at $12.
  • The first-ever Tribeca Festival at Art Basel Miami Beach features music performances and events with John Stamos and Robert De Niro. Ticket prices vary.
  • Gimme Shelter at the Historic Hampton House features work from iconic Black artists like Nick Cave and Carrie Mae Weems, plus other programming.

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