A Walk Through NADA Miami Beach: Cat Art, Dog Sculpture, and Mobile Living on Mars

Of all the fairs in Miami this week, NADA will likely standout as the place to find some of the more daring, flashy, high-concept booths. The fair runs December 4 through 7 at the Deauville Resort, and is separated into four zones that occupy the hotel’s large lobby-adjacent ballrooms and meeting spaces. Here is a virtual tour through some of our favorite booths and happenings at the fair.

There was stickering in the lobby by Amsterdam design collective Moniker! (All photos by Alanna Martinez.)

There was stickering in the lobby by Amsterdam design collective Moniker! (All photos by Alanna Martinez.)

Australian artist Darren Sylvester’s metallic masks at Neon Parc were African art-inspired, and the YSL cosmetic mural really made the booth shine.

Australian artist Darren Sylvester’s metallic masks at Neon Parc were African art-inspired, and the YSL cosmetic mural really made the booth shine.

Cutouts by Cuban artist Misleidys Francisca Castillo Pedroso at Christian Berst Art Brut looked even better in person. And yes, the tape is definitely part of the work.

Cutouts by Cuban artist Misleidys Francisca Castillo Pedroso at Christian Berst Art Brut looked even better in person. And yes, the tape is definitely part of the work.

Self loathing at Zach Feuer gallery: the most epic cat art you will ever see by Mark Flood.

Self loathing at Zach Feuer gallery: the most epic cat art you will ever see by Mark Flood.

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We met eyes with a pup. Dog sculptures by Elizabeth Jaeger were abundant at Jack Hanley Gallery. 

East Hampton Shed wins for best use of a single color with work by Brian Kokoska.

East Hampton Shed wins for best use of a single color with work by Brian Kokoska.

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And Tim Smith’s t-shirt went perfectly with Rod Bianco’s Mars-themed booth, filled with Bjarne Melgaard drawings.

A Walk Through NADA Miami Beach: Cat Art, Dog Sculpture, and Mobile Living on Mars