Art Basel Miami Beach Plots Its Largest Edition Ever, With 283 Exhibitors

Outside the convention center for Art Basel Miami Beach 2021 MAXIMILÍANO DURÓN/ARTNEWS.COM
Outside the convention center for Art Basel Miami Beach 2021 MAXIMILÍANO DURÓN/ARTNEWS.COM

Art Basel Miami Beach, the largest art fair in the United States, is getting even bigger for its 20th-anniversary edition. The upcoming 2022 fair, slated to run December 1–3 with preview days on November 29–30 at the Miami Beach Convention Center, will host 283 exhibitors from 38 countries and territories.

This iteration will once again bring together some of the world’s top galleries, including Gagosian, Hauser & Wirth, Pace, David Zwirner, Lisson Gallery, Thaddaeus Ropac, White Cube Gladstone Gallery, Massimo De Carlo, Gallery Hyundai, Kukje Gallery, Lehmann Maupin, LGDR, Kurimanzutto, Mendes Wood DM, Victoria Miro, Nara Roesler, Sprüth Magers, and Templon.

Other influential enterprises from around the world that will take part include A Gentil Carioca (of Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo), Carlos/Ishikawa (London), David Castillo (Miami), Commonwealth and Council (Los Angeles), Jeffrey Deitch (Los Angeles, New York), Goodman Gallery (Cape Town, Johannesburg, London), Mariane Ibrahim (Paris, Chicago), Jenkins Johnson Gallery (New York, San Francisco), Casey Kaplan (New York), David Kordansky Gallery (Los Angeles), mor charpentier (Bogotá, Paris), Peres Projects (Berlin, Milan, Seoul), Michael Rosenfeld Gallery (New York), and Jessica Silverman (San Francisco).

Additionally, 26 galleries will take part for the first time, including Alexandre Gallery (New York), And Now (Dallas), Edel Assanti (London), Bridget Donahue (New York), K Art (Buffalo), P21 (Seoul), Queer Thoughts (New York), Chris Sharp Gallery (Los Angeles), Sultana (Arles and Paris), and Yavuz Gallery (Redfern and Singapore).

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