With 128 international galleries from 20 countries and 48 cities, and 37 new exhibitors (including galleries from Iceland, Sardinia and South Africa), Untitled, Art will return to Miami Beach over November 30 to December 4.
Among the exhibitors at the fifth annual show are New York–based gallery Nyehaus, which will present the work of Matthew Schreiber and Laddie John Dill; Galería Raphael Ortiz of Seville, which will premiere an exhibit of the Spanish collective Equipo 57; and new exhibitor BERG Contemporary, a Reykjavík-based gallery with new and rarely seen works by video artists Steina and Woody Vasulka.
Special projects at the show will include a participatory surfing-inspired installation by Rirkrit Tiravanija and Tomas Vu, presented by Nathalie Karg Gallerie; an installation by radical Argentinian conceptual artist Noemí Escandell; and Art + Research Center, ICA Miami’s new platform for contemporary art.
“The special projects at Untitled, Miami Beach 2016 continue to be ambitious and exemplify the fair’s dedication to putting artists at the center,” says Jeffrey Lawson, the fair’s founder. “As we celebrate our fifth year in Miami Beach and look forward to our inaugural edition in San Francisco in January 2017, it is our goal to maintain Untitled’s unique inclusive approach, which keeps collectors, museum professionals, artists, galleries and the public returning year after year.”
In January 2017, the fair will launch its first West Coast edition, coming to San Francisco’s Pier 70.