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UNTITLED, ART Miami Beach Online Viewing Rooms with Joy Gregory and panels curated by Caribbean Art Initiative runs 2nd – 6th Dec

UNTITLED, ART Miami Beach Online Viewing Rooms with Joy Gregory and panels curated by Caribbean Art Initiative runs 2nd – 6th Dec

As UNTITLED, ART is a curated art fair, a strong theme runs through the extensive virtual programming planned for this year’s Miami Art Week. The 2020 edition of the fair focuses on Contemporary Artists from the Caribbean, spotlighting artists and organizations from this region, who are creating innovative and important work across the globe.

UNTITLED, ART Miami Beach will continue to maintain relationships with its cultural partners across the city of Miami, including The BassICA MiamiEl Espacio 23, and MOCA North Miami, among others, as well as provide support to local nonprofits which often rely on an influx of tourism this December art week. Curators from these institutions, along with international curators, local collectors and cultural tastemakers, will be tapped to share their picks from the Online Viewing Rooms of UNTITLED, ART. Confirmed participants include: Agnes B., fashion designer and collector; Susanna Temkin, curator, El Museo del Barrio; Ana Sokoloff, art advisor; and Leilani Lynch, curator, The Bass.

On Wednesday, December 2, Helen Toomer, Executive Director of AIRIE will be in conversation with artist Rebecca Reeve about her work with the residency program.

Thursday, December 3, will explore the curatorial theme of Contemporary Caribbean Artists. Jennifer Francis, Executive Director, and Evan Williams, Founder, of the forthcoming Museum of Contemporary Caribbean Art (MOCCA) in Kingston, Jamaica will discuss the project. Additionally, the Caribbean Art Initiative will be moderating a panel focused on curating in the Caribbean.

UNTITLED, ART will also host two live-streamed panels on Friday, December 4. Join artists Ann Gollifer and Joy Gregory for a discussion focused on the meaning of contemporary visual art practice throughout the Caribbean diaspora. This panel is organized by UNTITLED, ART exhibitor Guns & Rain, based in South Africa.

Later Friday evening, join Teorética Costa Rica with Miguel López in conversation with artists Johan Mijail and Katie Numi Usher. The Caribbean artists explore themes of the body, politics, and race, combined with cultural activism to offer a diverse array of Caribbean Art. This panel will be presented in Spanish.

As the weekend beings, on Saturday, join a virtual studio visit with artist Bernadette Despujols, and associate curator Martin Craciun from exhibiting Uruguay-based gallery, La Pecera.

To conclude the weekend of UNTITLED, ART Miami Beach OVR 2020, cultural partner Fundación Otazu will be the feature of the final program. Guillermo Penso, CEO of Bodega Otazu will be in conversation about the foundation’s mission and scope, as well as the Otazu Art Prize, which has been awarded at previous, terrestrial editions of UNTITLED, ART Miami Beach.
John Rivas, <i>Para Siempre, </i>2020<br>
John Rivas, Para Siempre, 2020

Mixed media with embroidery on canvas

LatchKey Gallery, Booth A1
Oleksiy Say, <i>Aspirin</i>, 2019
Oleksiy Say, Aspirin, 2019
Excel-art, aluminum board printing
Voloshyn Gallery, Booth B9
Exhibitor List

Baert Gallery (Los Angeles, US); La Balsa Arte (Bogota, CO); Richard Beavers Gallery (Brooklyn, US); BEERS London (London, UK); Bode Projects (Berlin, DE); Rutger Brandt Gallery (Amsterdam, NL); Cirrus Gallery (Los Angeles, US); Erin Cluley Gallery (Dallas, US); Cob Gallery (London, UK); COHJU contemporary art (Kyoto, JP); C O U N T Y (Palm Beach, US); Davidson Gallery (New York, US); De Buck Gallery (New York, US); Luis De Jesus Los Angeles (Los Angeles, US); Denny Dimin Gallery (Hong Kong, CN | New York, US); Dio Horia (Athens, Mykonos, GR); Duran | Mashaal (Montreal, CA); Fiumano Clase (London, UK); Fredericks & Freiser (New York, US); Guns & Rain (Johannesburg, ZA); Richard Heller Gallery (Los Angeles, US); Herlitzka + Faria (Buenos Aires, AR); Hollis Taggart (New York, US); Elizabeth Houston Gallery (New York, US); HOWL! Arts (New York, US); K Contemporary (Denver, US); Keijsers Koning (New York, US); Kravets Wehby Gallery (New York, US); LatchKey Gallery (New York, US); A Lighthouse called Kanata (Tokyo, JP); Nancy Littlejohn Fine Art (Houston, US); Jane Lombard Gallery (New York, US); Lowell Ryan Projects (Los Angeles, US); LUCE GALLERY (Turin, IT); MAKASIINI CONTEMPORARY (Turku, FIN); JD Malat Gallery (London, UK); Christopher Moller Gallery (Cape Town, ZA); National (Santurce, PR); October Gallery (London, UK); Claire Oliver Gallery (New York, US); Over the Influence (Los Angeles, US); PADRE (New York, US); La Pecera (Punta del Este, UY); T H E P I L L (Istanbul, TR); Plan X art gallery (Capri, Milan, IT); Portas Vilaseca Galeria (Rio de Janeiro, BR); Pure Land: Kultproekt Gallery + Syntax Gallery + PA Gallery (Moscow, RU); Diane Rosenstein Gallery (Los Angeles, US); Eduardo Secci Contemporary (Florence, IT); Sim Smith Gallery (London, UK); SVA Galleries (New York, US); Tanya Brillembourg Art (Miami, US); Galleri Urbane (Dallas, US); Voloshyn Gallery (Kiev, UA); Welancora Gallery (Brooklyn, US); WHO I AM Gallery (Moscow, RU); Winston Wächter Fine Art (New York, Seattle, US); Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery (New York, US); ZIPPER Galeria (Sao Paulo, BR); and ANNA ZORINA GALLERY (New York, US).