One of the most inclusive art fairs is excited to bring back its Miami event this season. On March 10 through 13, Superfine and its wide variety of exhibiting artists will bring art, culture and meaning to the city.
Superfine is most popular for its commitment to celebrating female artists, LGBTQ+ artists and artists of color. The contemporary art fair has deep connections to Miami, as it launched during Art Basel in 2015. Since its launch, the fair has made annual appearances in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Washington DC and of course, still coming back to Miami. Across those major cities, the event has sold over $10 Million worth of art.
The 2022 Miami art fair is excited to take place at the Herzog and De Meuron Building, located in the heart of Miami Beach on Lincoln Road. The Miami outpost will feature over 400 impressive artists, across the beautiful 25,000 square foot space. In addition to showcasing meaningful artwork, Superfine Miami Beach has partnered with The Bass Museum, Fountainhead and Miami Beach Botanical Garden, to make this exciting event possible.
Ana Vanessa Urvina, 3D Pastel
Superfine founders James Miille and Alex Mitow were on a mission to change the public's perception of the art world. “We built Superfine to be an inclusive space, where people who love art can collect it without barriers,” said Mitow. As a Miami native, co-founder Mitow is eager for the March, Miami fair as he has recently seen such a large shift in the city’s art scene
Over half of the committed artists for this year’s Superfine Miami Beach are from the South Florida area, making this event even more meaningful to the local community.
The Superfine team has strategically geared away from presenting its art fair during Miami’s typical, Miami Art Week and Art Basel festivities. The team expressed, “It also gives Superfine - and our exhibitors - the chance to be at the center of a new Superfine Art Week in Miami Beach, rather than on the periphery of a more spread-out, less focused event.”
Diane Portwood, Yellow Flower
This is an exciting opportunity for artists and collectors alike. “I have been incredibly busy with sales…The cachet of being in a major art fair continues to reverberate,” expressed Jessica Ruth Freedman, a Superfine exhibitor.
This four-day experience brings culture and community together, to celebrate the amazing artists and public art programs in each city. Tickets for this year’s weekend of creativity are on sale at Superfine’s official website, superfine.world/visit-the-fair.