Espaivisor, of Valencia, Spain, will offer Claudio Perna’s Shhhh I, 1975, in the Survey section of Art Basel Miami Beach 2018.
COURTESY THE ARTIST AND ESPAIVISOR
The 17th edition of Art Basel Miami Beach opens to the public on Thursday, December 6, with a preview day for invited guests today. The fair brings together 268 galleries from 35 countries, including 29 first-time exhibitors, at the city’s convention center. Part 2 of
ARTnews’s two-part preview looks at the exhibitors in the smaller sections of the fair: Edition (for editioned works), Kabinett (for curated booths by exhibitors in the main Galleries section), Nova (for work created within the past three years), Positions (for curated solo presentations), and Survey (for booths presenting historic works either in solo or thematic presentations). ( Part 1 surveys the exhibitors in the Galleries section.)
Among the highlights are
Romare Bearden at the booth of New York’s DC Moore Gallery in the Kabinett section; Jeffrey Gibson at the booth of L.A.’s Roberts Projects in the Nova section; Marilá Dardot in the booth of Mexico City’s Arredondo – Arozarena in the Nova section; and Regina Vater in the booth of São Paulo’s Galerie Jaqueline Martins in the Survey section.
Click the photos below to see works on offer at the fair.
ALL IMAGES: COURTESY THE ARTIST AND THEIR GALLERY; ADDITIONAL CREDITS WHERE NOTED
Galeria Jaqueline Martins, São Paulo | Survey Regina Vater, Bandeira, from the series "ART," 1976, embroidery on silk.
Espaivisor, Valencia, Spain | Survey Claudio Perna, Shhhh I, 1975, photocopy on paper.
Arredondo - Arozarena, Mexico City | Nova Marilá Dardot, Bienvenidos, 2017, stainless steel on wall, garbage bags.
Walden, Buenos Aires | Survey Feliciano Centurion, Estoy despierto, 1990–93, fabric and embroidery on blanket.
Roberts Projects, Los Angeles | Nova Jeffrey Gibson, HIGHER GROUND, 2018, acrylic on canvas, glass beads, artificial sinew, wooden frame. ETIENNE FROSSARD
Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles | Survey Faith Wilding, Debut of the Moth, 1974, from the Moth Triptych, 1974, watercolor, graphite, and gold leaf on paper in vintage frame.
DC Moore Gallery, New York | Kabinett Romare Bearden, Untitled (Green), n.d., oil, casein, and colored pencil on canvas, cut and mounted on painted board.
Galerie Lelong & Co., New York | Kabinett Mildred Thompson, Wood Picture, ca. 1964, found wood, nails, and paint. ©THE MILDRED THOMPSON ESTATE
Peter Blum Gallery, New York | Survey Joyce J. Scott, Mammie Wada IV, ca. 1978–81, mixed media, beads, thread, raffia, yarn, hair, ceramics, and shells.
Carolina Nitsch, New York | Edition Wangechi Mutu, Mary & Magda, 2018, variegated leather (pigskin), dyed and painted by hand, hand stitch-assembled with cotton thread, synthetic fiber fill, and sand weights, in two parts; on welded steel bed with blackened wax finish. ©WANGECHI MUTU
Linn Lühn, Düsseldorf, Germany | Nova Sarah Braman, Your Room, 2017, mixed media. MORITZ KRAUTH
Josh Lilley, London | Nova Derek Fordjour, No. 48, 2018, acrylic, charcoal, oil pastel and foil on newspaper mounted on canvas.
Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles | Edition Richard Serra, Double Rift III, 2018. ©RICHARD SERRA AND GEMINI G.E.L. LLC
Gaga, Mexico City and Los Angeles | Nova Mathieu Malouf, Gender Troll, 2018, acrylic on canvas.
Clearing, Brussels and New York | Nova Marguerite Humeau, Venus of Kostenki, A 35-year-old female human has ingested a
marmoset’s brain, 2018, pink alabaster. STAN NARTEN
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill, Rome | Nova Luigi Ontani, OBL’io, 1997, photograph with hand-applied watercolor and golden frame.
Polígrafa Obra Gràfica, Barcelona | Edition Miles Aldridge, New Utopias #3, 2018, screenprint in color.
Chapter NY, New York | Positions Willa Nasatir, Other Life #4 (The Door), 2018, dye sublimation print.
Haines Gallery, San Francisco | Survey Monir Farmanfarmaian, Untitled, 1983, mirror and reverse glass painting on plaster and wood.
Jorge Mara - La Ruche, Buenos Aires | Kabinett Washington Barcala, Untitled, ca. 1977, mixed media on hardboard.
Sabrina Amrani, Madrid | Survey Chant Avedissian, Pharaonic triangles, 1982–89, hand-dyed cotton.
Selma Feriani Gallery, Tunis, Tunisia | Nova Maha Malluh, Food for Thought The Road to Heaven, 2018, 960 color audio cassette-tapes and 12 bread baking trays.
Nanzuka, Tokyo | Nova Haroshi, Ramp, 2017, skateboard decks.
Take Ninagawa, Tokyo | Nova Shinro Ohtake, Oku-Kei 12, 2017, oil, acrylic, ink, colored ink, ballpoint pen, pencil, dye, color powder, photograph, printed matter, ink-jet print, screen print, pearl, synthetic leather, cheesecloth, silk thread, cotton yarn, sponge, lichen, balsa wood, wood, packing paper, thin paper, Japanese paper, and paper in custom frame. ©SHINRO OHTAKE