Art Basel Miami Beach time again. The Art Basel will host 268 international art galleries in South Florida for the 2017 edition of the fair. This year we can say that dealers from 32 countries across North and South America and other places of the globe like Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and Africa will attend the art show. This time the 16th iteration of the event from December 7—10 to showcase their wares inside a newly roomy art Convention Center.
The famous art fair remains roughly the same size as last year’s event, which hosted 269 galleries. This year, 20 first-timers famous artists have made the cut. It has included outfits from all corners of the world. It includes such as Inman Gallery of Hudson, Ricardo Camargo Galeria from São Paulo, Ceysson & Bénétière from Paris, Antenna Space from Shanghai, and Taro Nasu from Tokyo.
As in past editions of this Art Basel, exhibitors are split into a number of dedicated sections. In this year’s Positions sector, which is totally dedicated to solo booths for emerging artists. It will include a daily performance by Israel Martínez presented by Arredondo or we can say Arozarena and take-away brochures by Nicolas Ceccaldi at Real Fine Arts.
Meanwhile the art paintings at Nova—a section dedicated to new works by up to three artists will include the collective Tercerunquinto. It will paint Mexican political campaign murals that will directly be placed at the walls of Proyectos Monclova’s booth.
For the Art Basel of Miami in the Survey section, which focuses on work from before the year 2000. They will previously overlooked Modern artists will be in the spotlight. It included Willys de Castro at Henrique Feria Fine Art, David Driskell at DC Moore, and Edgardo Antonio Vigo at Richard Saltoun Gallery.