Art Miami Announces 2016 Exhibitor List

By Paul Joseph

Art Miami returns for its 27th installment during Art Week in Miami at the end of November and has now officially announced its 2016 exhibitor list to great fanfare.

One of the nation’s leading international contemporary and modern art fairs will showcase an array of iconic and exemplary works, dynamic projects and special installations from more than 130 international exhibitors from more than twenty different countries.

This year’s fair kicks off with a VIP Private Preview to benefit Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) in the Art Miami Pavilion sponsored by Christie's International Real Estate.

The prestigious fair promises to present the finest investment quality paintings, photography, prints, drawings, design, sculpture and video art, with works from the 20th and 21st centuries. Art Miami’s 2016 line-up will feature important modern masters and blue chip contemporary artists as well as the most sought after living artists from the around the world. 

There will be thousands of works at this year’s show, including Frank Stella, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Willem de Kooning and Ed Ruscha. Joining the esteemed contemporary artists to be offered at Art Miami are Academy Award winner Adrien Brody, who displayed his “Hooked” exhibition at both Art New York and Art Southampton earlier in the year. The acclaimed actor and artist will debut his most recent works at this year’s fair.

Together with its international affiliates, Christie’s International Real Estate will host an elegant booth at the main entrance of the fair, featuring luxury residential property offerings from around the world.

As one of the top ranked international art fairs for attendance in the U.S. and second most attended globally, Art Miami attracts more than 85,000 new and established collectors, curators, museum professionals, members of the press and art world luminaries annually to its 200,000 square foot pavilion in the Wynwood Arts District.

You can view the full exhibitor list here

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By Paul Joseph