The upcoming Miami edition of Untitled Art has announced more than 140 exhibitors who would be participating in the exhibition.
The Untitled Art exhibition will be held from November 29 to December 3 this year, near Ocean Drive in Miami Beach. A VIP preview will open on November 28. One of the biggest features of the exhibition is the Nest program. Last year, in view of the pandemic, Untitled Art announced the Nest program to provide booths to small galleries at a subsidized price. It will happen this year too, featuring 21 galleries, including PASTO, General Expenses, and Shelter. There will also be a Nest Prize, sponsored by Voltic, that will be awarded to one of these galleries.
A new addition to this year’s exhibition is a special exhibition. The exhibition, whose formal name is not yet announced, will be a solo booth by a young curator and focus on the works of an older or deceased artist. For the first iteration, Galerie Christian Lethert from Cologne has been chosen to showcase the works of Imi Knoebel, the 82-year-old German artist known for his Minimalist works.
The focus of this year’s exhibition has been to include galleries across the globe to represent every corner of the world. According to Jeffrey Lawson (founder-director, Untitled Art): “This year we’re focusing on collaboration across the art world ecosystem. At a time when the art world feels more commercial than ever, we are guided by a mission to support the wider art community in Miami and beyond.” Some of the selected exhibitors include Aperture (New York), Colector (Mexico), Gallery Nosco (London), and THE PILL (Turkey). The full list of exhibitors could be found here.