After the Convention Center, head to one of the 20-something satellite fairs dotting the Miami area like: NADA (60 exhibitors with two can’t miss booths from Bischoff Project and Night Gallery), Scope (an incubator for emerging work), Art Miami (the city’s longest-running contemporary and modern art fair. Look out for Peter Anton’s life-size carnival ride “Sugar & Gomorrah”.), Art Asia (premier international Asian contemporary art fair), Design Miami (new and notable furniture, lighting, and objets d’art. Plus, check out the inflatable entrance pavilion by Snarkitecture, and Verge (look out for the new Light Assembly art, film, and architecture exposition). And a few that are new this year like: Context Art Miami (a ‘fair within a fair’ inside the Art Miami tents, featuring five works by Banksy), Untitled (a highly curated fair with only 50 galleries), and JustMad Mia (30 galleries and a working recreation of Madrid’s San Miguel Market with local food offerings).
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