Making up for Lost Time: Art Basel Miami Beach 2021 - The Design Alchemist
Making up for Lost Time: Art Basel Miami Beach 2021 - The Design Alchemist
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Making up for Lost Time: Art Basel Miami Beach 2021

Making up for Lost Time: Art Basel Miami Beach 2021

Last year art and creativity had to be confined to the great indoors due to force majeure, however, 2021 is making up for lost time with the Art Basel Miami Beach’s full force comeback. Starting on December 2nd, artists and art lovers from all around the world will be able to gather (with all the health and safety measures) at Miami Beach Convention Center to help creatives get back in the flow.

Rubell Museum | Exhibition Opening Single artist exhibitions featuring: Hernan Bas, Yayoi Kusama, Otis Kwame Kye Quaicoe, Genesis Tramaine, and Kennedy Yanko


Basel’s distinctive Meridians will once again be curated by Magali Arriola, Mexico City-based art critic and the Director of Museo Tamayo de Arte Contemporáneo. The promise of 30 feet paintings, site-specific installations, and even performances is enough to get visitors excited.

“There’s enormous excitement within the art world on both sides of the Atlantic about Art Basel Miami Beach 2021. Not only because it’s our first fair in two years in the Americas, but also because the show has never before featured such a diverse range of voices,” said Marc Spiegler, Global Director of Art Base.

And if you’re looking for a more immersive experience, the Kabinett will include “sector curated sections displayed by galleries in a separate section of their booth, including thematic group exhibitions, art-historical showcases, and solo presentations” from 25 artists.

Giuseppe Penone, Impronte di corpi nell’aria (Bodies Imprinted in the Air), 2021 White Carrara marble and bronze, 39 ⅜ × 59 ⅛ × 5 ½ inches (100 × 150 × 14 cm) © 2021 Giuseppe Penone/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/ADAGP, Paris


The list of participating galleries and artists from North America, Latin America, Europe, Africa, and Asia is certainly impressive: over 250 galleries from 36 countries will be there to inspire you.

Michelle Witherby
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