The Art Basel Miami Beach exhibition, which took place in Miami from December 6th to 9th, is coming to an end, the official website of the exhibition reports.
Art Basel Miami Beach is the most important exhibition in the United States, a cultural and social event for Americans. As the sister of Switzerland's Art Basel, the world's largest art show for the past 38 years, Art Basel Miami Beach combines an international selection of top galleries with an exclusive program of special exhibitions featuring films, music, architecture and design. The exhibition complex is located in the picturesque Art Deco District, near which there is a beach and many hotels.
An exclusive selection of over 200 leading art galleries from North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia and Africa showcase 20th and 21st century art from over 2,000 authors. Exhibition galleries of famous authors from all over the world are closely intertwined with galleries that open up new names in art. Special exhibition sections present works by young authors, public art projects and video art. This exhibition will help all art lovers to better navigate its latest trends, find out the names and trends of further development, as well as see rare exhibits that are not exhibited in other museums.
Top quality exhibitions in South Florida museums and special programs for private art collectors help to make the exhibition even more exceptional. And every year an increasing number of collectors, authors, dealers, curators, critics and art lovers from all over the world gather at Art Basel Miami Beach. This is the best place to meet international art.
Some of the works:
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Jean-Michel Basquiat, untitled
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Jonathan Meese, "Don't Call Us, WE Will Call You"