Under the Paving Stones, the Beach: A Look Around the Untitled Art Fair
The Untitled art fair is undoubtedly the most pleasant and user-friendly of all the bazaars that alight in Miami each December. Located in an airy tent on the beach, the light inside is always refreshing, the aisles are wide, and with around 130 galleries (roughly half of those showing at Miami Basel), it is a manageable affair. It does not have the big-money treasures of the Basel, but there are always gems to be found on a patient stroll.
Below, some highlights from Untitled, from a Beverly Semmes curtain to a Sam Stewart table to the fair’s very own, very delectable beer.
The booth of Long Island City nonprofit SculptureCenter.
A prototype of a table by Sam Stewart at New York's Fort Gansevoort.
Works by Wendy White and Liz Nielsen at Rawson Projects, of New York.
A 2016 Beverly Semmes work, Bow (Blue Curtain) at New York's Susan Inglett Gallery.
Imi Knoebel's 2016 mia donna II, at Cologne gallery Christian Lethert.
Works by Allison Zuckerman, whose has very large works prominently displayed at the Rubell Family Collection in Miami, at the booth of New York's Kravets Wehby Gallery.
New Image Art, of Los Angeles, with works by Theresa Chromati.
Paul Mpagi Sepuya photographs at Yancey Richardson.
An Alicia McCarthy at Johansson Projects, an Oakland, California outfit.
Math Bass prints at Cirrus Gallery of Los Angeles.
Two works by Rachel Rossin outside the booth of Signal, a Brooklyn gallery showing Meriem Bennani at the fair.
Leipzig's Kleindienst gallery.
Installation view of the booth of Eric Firestone Gallery, of East Hampton and Manhattan, which is showing Michael Boyd, Sidney Geist, Joe Overstreet, Miriam Schapiro, and Sylvia Stone.
Works by Clotilde Jiménez at Mariane Ibrahim of Seattle.
A work by Thomas Trosch at Fredericks & Freiser of New York. (They have John Wesley drawings on paper too!)
A wall and work by Timothy Hull at Eduardo Secci of Florence, Italy.
Untitled beer. Very delicious.
Inside the tent of the Untitled Art Fair, which runs through Sunday, December 10.