Here’s the More Than 260 Galleries That Will Descend on Miami for Art Basel

Despite talk of an art market slump and concerns over Zika virus, the show will go on

Art Basel in Miami Beach, 2015, PR
Art Basel in Miami Beach, 2015.

It’s finally September, the leaves are beginning to fall and the art world is kicking into high gear. Over the next few weeks, dozens of gallery openings happen across New York City, beginning a steady wave of activity that will build in intensity until December, when the art world heads south for its own version of spring break in Miami Beach. And while some may forgo the traditional partying this year, either because of art market jitters or the rising concern over homegrown cases of Zika virus in Miami-Dade county, plenty will still throw caution to the wind and make the pilgrimage.

269 galleries are set to participate in 15th edition of Art Basel Miami Beach, which runs December 1-4, the centerpiece in a week-long art fair extravaganza that will take over the city with satellite fairs, exhibitions and parties. There are 21 newcomers to the 2016 fair, including The Box and Various Small Fires from Los Angeles, Clearing and JTT from New York, House of Gaga from Mexico City, Galerie Greta Meert from Brussels, High Art from Paris and Nanzuka from Tokyo.

The fair is divided into varied themed-sectors, some of which separate solo exhibitors from more curated, historical shows. There’s even a special area for upstart galleries. Highlighted in the Survey section, which features solo presentations of artwork created before the year 2000, will be don’t-miss works by African-American collage artist Romare Bearden (DC Moore Gallery) and Bay Area street artist Margaret Kilgallen (Ratio 3).

In Positions, where large scale projects by a single artist can be found, Dane Mitchell will emit an artificial scent used by hunters as a form of camouflage in an interactive installation with RaebervonStenglin gallery, and Adrià Julià will cover Dan Gunn’s entire booth with an installation inspired by Pablo Picasso’s iconic Guernica painting.

Meanwhile, a section dedicated to young galleries and emerging artists, Nova, will feature “a disquieting installation” at 47 Canal gallery’s booth by Anika Yi, filled with animal furs, chicken skin and “synthetic flora,” according to a release. Yi’s visual assemblage will investigate extreme experiments in biotechnology.

The fair’s sprawling program will also feature presentations of public art, talks and film, some of which will spill out into the neighborhoods and venues surrounding the Miami Beach Convention Center. Let the games begin!

A complete list of Art Basel Miami Beach participating galleries can be found below, and on the fair’s website.


303 Gallery — New York

A Gentil Carioca — Rio de Janeiro

Miguel Abreu Gallery — New York

Acquavella Galleries — New York

Altman Siegel — San Francisco

Ameringer McEnery Yohe — New York

Art : Concept — Paris

Alfonso Artiaco — Naples

Galerie Guido W. Baudach — Berlin

galería elba benítez — Madrid

Ruth Benzacar Galeria de Arte — Buenos Aires

Bergamin & Gomide — São Paulo

John Berggruen Gallery — San Francisco

Bernier/Eliades — Athens, Brussels

Blum & Poe — Los Angeles, Tokyo, New York

Marianne Boesky Gallery — New York

Tanya Bonakdar Gallery — New York

Mary Boone Gallery — New York

Bortolami — New York

BQ — Berlin

Luciana Brito Galeria — São Paulo

Gavin Brown’s enterprise — New York, Rome

Galerie Buchholz — Cologne, Berlin, New York

Campoli Presti — London, Paris

Casa Triângulo — São Paulo

Casas Riegner — Bogotá

Cheim & Read — New York

Cherry and Martin — Los Angeles

Mehdi Chouakri — Berlin

James Cohan Gallery — New York

Sadie Coles HQ — London

Contemporary Fine Arts — Berlin

Galleria Continua — San Gimignano, Beijing, Les Moulins, Habana

Paula Cooper Gallery — New York

Corbett vs. Dempsey — Chicago

Pilar Corrias — London

CRG Gallery — New York

Galerie Chantal Crousel — Paris

DAN Galeria — São Paulo

Thomas Dane Gallery — London

Massimo De Carlo — Milan, London, Hong Kong

Elizabeth Dee — New York

Di Donna — New York

Andrew Edlin Gallery — New York

galerie frank elbaz — Paris

Foksal Gallery Foundation — Warsaw

Galeria Fortes Vilaça — São Paulo

Peter Freeman, Inc. — New York, Paris

Stephen Friedman Gallery — London

Gagosian Gallery — New York, Beverly Hills, San Francisco, London, Paris, Geneva, Rome, Athens, Hong Kong

Galerie 1900-2000 — Paris

joségarcía ,mx — Mexico City

Gavlak Gallery — Los Angeles, Palm Beach

Gladstone Gallery — New York, Brussels

Galerie Gmurzynska — Zug, Zurich, St. Moritz

Galería Elvira González — Madrid

Goodman Gallery — Johannesburg, Cape Town

Marian Goodman Gallery — New York, Paris, London

Galerie Bärbel Grässlin — Frankfurt am Main

Alexander Gray Associates — New York

Richard Gray Gallery — Chicago, New York

Howard Greenberg Gallery — New York

Greene Naftali — New York

Galerie Karsten Greve AG — St. Moritz, Paris, Cologne

Cristina Guerra Contemporary Art — Lisbon

Kavi Gupta — Chicago

Hammer Galleries — New York

Hauser & Wirth — New York, London, Somerset, Zurich, Los Angeles

Herald St — London

Galerie Max Hetzler — Berlin, Paris

Hirschl & Adler Modern — New York

Rhona Hoffman Gallery — Chicago

Edwynn Houk Gallery — New York, Zurich

Xavier Hufkens — Brussels

Ingleby Gallery — Edinburgh

Alison Jacques Gallery — London

rodolphe janssen — Brussels

Annely Juda Fine Art — London

Casey Kaplan — New York

Paul Kasmin Gallery — New York

kaufmann repetto — Milan, New York

Sean Kelly — New York

Kerlin Gallery — Dublin

Anton Kern Gallery — New York

Kewenig — Berlin, Palma de Mallorca

Kicken Berlin — Berlin

Galerie Peter Kilchmann — Zurich

Kohn Gallery — Los Angeles

König Galerie — Berlin

David Kordansky Gallery — Los Angeles

Andrew Kreps Gallery — New York

Galerie Krinzinger — Vienna

Kukje Gallery / Tina Kim Gallery — Seoul, New York

kurimanzutto — Mexico City

Labor — Mexico City

Landau Fine Art — Montreal

Simon Lee Gallery — London, Hong Kong

Lehmann Maupin — New York, Hong Kong

Galerie Lelong — New York, Paris

Dominique Lévy Gallery — New York, London

Lisson Gallery — London, Milan, New York

Luhring Augustine — New York

Maccarone — New York, Los Angeles

Magazzino — Rome

Mai 36 Galerie — Zurich

Jorge Mara – La Ruche — Buenos Aires

Gió Marconi — Milan

Matthew Marks Gallery — New York, Los Angeles

Marlborough Gallery Inc. — New York, London, Madrid, Barcelona

Mary-Anne Martin Fine Art — New York

Barbara Mathes Gallery — New York

Galerie Hans Mayer — Dusseldorf

Mazzoleni — Turin, London

Fergus McCaffrey — New York, St. Barth

Galerie Greta Meert — Brussels

Anthony Meier Fine Arts — San Francisco

Galerie Urs Meile — Lucerne, Beijing

Menconi + Schoelkopf — New York

Mendes Wood DM — São Paulo

kamel mennour — Paris

Metro Pictures — New York

Meyer Riegger — Berlin, Karlsruhe

Galeria Millan — São Paulo

Victoria Miro — London

Mitchell-Innes & Nash — New York

Mnuchin Gallery — New York

Stuart Shave/Modern Art — London

The Modern Institute — Glasgow

Galerie nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder — Vienna

Galerie Nagel Draxler — Berlin, Cologne

Edward Tyler Nahem Fine Art — New York

Helly Nahmad Gallery — New York, London

Francis M. Naumann Fine Art — New York

Galería Leandro Navarro — Madrid

neugerriemschneider — Berlin

Galleria Franco Noero — Turin

David Nolan Gallery — New York

Galerie Nordenhake — Berlin, Stockholm

Galerie Nathalie Obadia — Paris, Brussels

OMR — Mexico City

P.P.O.W — New York

Pace — New York, London, Menlo Park, Beijing, Hong Kong, Paris, Palo Alto

Pace/MacGill Gallery — New York

Franklin Parrasch Gallery — New York

Galerie Perrotin — New York, Hong Kong, Paris, Seoul

Petzel Gallery — New York

Galerija Gregor Podnar — Berlin

Galerie Eva Presenhuber — Zurich

ProjecteSD — Barcelona

Almine Rech Gallery — Brussels, London, Paris

Regen Projects — Los Angeles

Galeria Nara Roesler — Rio de Janeiro, New York

Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac — Salzburg, Paris

Andrea Rosen Gallery — New York

Michael Rosenfeld Gallery — New York

Lia Rumma — Milan, Naples

Salon 94 — New York

SCAI The Bathhouse — Tokyo

Esther Schipper / Johnen Galerie — Berlin

Galerie Thomas Schulte — Berlin

Marc Selwyn Fine Art — Beverly Hills

Jack Shainman Gallery — New York

ShanghART Gallery — Shanghai, Beijing, Singapore

Sicardi Gallery — Houston

Sies + Höke — Dusseldorf

Sikkema Jenkins & Co. — New York

Skarstedt — New York, London

GALLERYSKE — Bangalore, New Delhi

Fredric Snitzer Gallery — Miami

Sperone Westwater — New York

Sprüth Magers — Berlin, London, Los Angeles

Nils Stærk — Copenhagen

Standard (Oslo) — Oslo

Galleria Christian Stein — Milan

Stevenson — Cape Town, Johannesburg

Galeria Luisa Strina — São Paulo

team (gallery, inc.) — New York, Los Angeles

Galerie Thomas — Munich

Tilton Gallery — New York

Tornabuoni Art — Paris, Florence, London, Milan, Forte dei Marmi, Crans Montana

Van de Weghe Fine Art — New York

Van Doren Waxter — New York

Vermelho — São Paulo

Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects — Culver City

Waddington Custot Galleries — London

Galleri Nicolai Wallner — Copenhagen

Washburn Gallery — New York

Wentrup — Berlin

Michael Werner — New York, London, Märkisch Wilmersdorf

White Cube — London, Hong Kong

Galerie Jocelyn Wolff — Paris

Zeno X Gallery — Antwerp

David Zwirner — New York, London


Alan Cristea Gallery — London

Crown Point Press — San Francisco

Gemini G.E.L. LLC — Los Angeles

Sabine Knust — Munich

Carolina Nitsch — New York

Pace Prints — New York

Paragon — London

Polígrafa Obra Gràfica — Barcelona

STPI — Singapore

Two Palms — New York

ULAE — Bay Shore


11R — New York – exhibiting work by Mika Tajima

47 Canal — New York – exhibiting work by Anicka Yi

Bureau — New York – exhibiting work by Christine Rebet, Julia Rommel, Wojciech Bakowski

David Castillo Gallery — Miami Beach – exhibiting work by Sanford Biggers, Xaviera Simmons

Silvia Cintra + Box 4 — Rio de Janeiro – exhibiting work by Cinthia Marcelle, Laercio Redondo

Clearing — New York, Brussels – exhibiting work by Harold Ancart, Korakrit Arunanondchai

Galleria Raffaella Cortese — Milan – exhibiting work by Joan Jonas

Galerie Crèvecoeur — Paris – exhibiting work by Xavier Antin, Renaud Jerez

Essex Street — New York – exhibiting work by Vern Blosum, Chadwick Rantanen

Freedman Fitzpatrick — Los Angeles – exhibiting work by Lucie Stahl, Amelie von Wulffen, Mathis Altmann

House of Gaga — Mexico City – exhibiting work by Josef Strau, Vivian Suter

François Ghebaly Gallery — Los Angeles – exhibiting work by Kelly Akashi, Patrick Jackson

Hannah Hoffman Gallery — Los Angeles – exhibiting work by Rey Akdogan, Elaine Cameron-Weir

Instituto de visión — Bogotá – exhibiting work by Alberto Baraya, Marlon de Azambuja, Sebastián Fierro

Kalfayan Galleries — Athens, Thessaloniki – exhibiting work by Kostis Velonis

Tanya Leighton — Berlin – exhibiting work by Aleksandra Domanovic, Oliver Laric

Galeria Leme — São Paulo – exhibiting work by Vivian Caccuri, Jaime Lauriano

Ignacio Liprandi

Arte Contemporáneo — Buenos Aires – exhibiting work by Rita Ponce de León, Ishmael Randall Weeks

Maisterravalbuena — Madrid – exhibiting work by Maria Loboda, Cristián Silva

Edouard Malingue Gallery — Hong Kong – exhibiting work by Wong Ping

Francesca Minini — Milan – exhibiting work by Matthias Bitzer, Armin Boehm

mor charpentier — Paris, Bogotá – exhibiting work by Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Oscar Muñoz

mother’s tankstation — Dublin – exhibiting work by Nina Canell, Sebastian Lloyd Rees

Nanzuka — Tokyo – exhibiting work by Keiichi Tanaami, Hiroki Tsukuda, Oliver Payne

One and J. Gallery — Seoul – exhibiting work by Chosil Kil

Revolver Galería — Lima – exhibiting work by Jose Carlos Martinat, Andrea Galvani

Galerie Micky Schubert — Berlin – exhibiting work by Benedicte Gyldenstierne Sehested, Mark van Yetter

Anita Schwartz Galeria de Arte — Rio de Janeiro – exhibiting work by Wanda Pimentel

Jessica Silverman Gallery — San Francisco – exhibiting work by Nicole Wermers, Margo Wolowiec

Société — Berlin – exhibiting work by Kaspar Müller

Simone Subal Gallery — New York – exhibiting work by Anna K.E., Florian Meisenberg

Supportico Lopez — Berlin – exhibiting work by Michael Dean

Take Ninagawa — Tokyo – exhibiting work by Taro Izumi

Travesía Cuatro — Madrid, Guadalajara – exhibiting work by Mateo López, Sara Ramo

Leo Xu Projects — Shanghai – exhibiting work by aaajiao, Cui Jie, Liu Shiyuan


Christian Andersen — Copenhagen – exhibiting work by Shelly Nadashi

Galerie Maria Bernheim — Zurich – exhibiting work by Manuel Burgener

Callicoon Fine Arts — New York – exhibiting work by Ulrike Müller

Thomas Erben Gallery — New York – exhibiting work by Mike Cloud

Dan Gunn — Berlin – exhibiting work by Adrià Julià

High Art — Paris – exhibiting work by Max Hooper Schneider

JTT — New York – exhibiting work by Becky Kolsrud

Galerie Max Mayer — Dusseldorf – exhibiting work by Melanie Gilligan

Off Vendome — New York – exhibiting work by Jeanette Mundt

Peres Projects — Berlin – exhibiting work by Melike Kara

Prometeogallery di Ida Pisani — Milan, Lucca – exhibiting work by Beto Shwafaty

RaebervonStenglin — Zurich – exhibiting work by Dane Mitchell

Galeria Marilia Razuk — São Paulo – exhibiting work by Ana Luiza Dias Batista

Real Fine Arts — New York – exhibiting work by Maggie Lee

Various Small Fires — Los Angeles – exhibiting work by Amy Yao

White Space Beijing — Beijing – exhibiting work by Gao Ludi


Peter Blum Gallery — New York – exhibiting work by David Reed

The Box — Los Angeles – exhibiting work by Barbara T. Smith

Maxwell Davidson Gallery — New York – exhibiting work by George Rickey

DC Moore Gallery — New York – exhibiting work by Romare Bearden

espaivisor — Valencia – exhibiting work by Graciela Carnevale

Garth Greenan Gallery — New York – exhibiting work by Howardena Pindell

Galleria d’Arte Maggiore G.A.M. — Bologna – exhibiting work by Giorgio Morandi

Ratio 3 — San Francisco – exhibiting work by Margaret Kilgallen

Roberts & Tilton — Culver City – exhibiting work by Betye Saar

Robilant + Voena — London, Milan, St. Moritz – exhibiting work by Mimmo Rotella

Simões de Assis Galeria de Arte — Curitiba – exhibiting work by Carmelo Arden Quin

Tokyo Gallery + BTAP — Tokyo, Beijing – exhibiting work by Kishio Suga

Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois — Paris – exhibiting work by Jacques Villeglé

Vigo Gallery — London – exhibiting work by Ibrahim El-Salahi

Here’s the More Than 260 Galleries That Will Descend on Miami for Art Basel