Are You Baseling? | Art Basel 2016

Are You Baseling? | Art Basel 2016

Miami, We’re all Baseling
As Art Basel 2016 approaches, the event continues to expand to include more innovative shows in new venues. It is important to be strategic so you can cover everything that you would like to. I have highlighted the most visited shows in this email. Get lost, explore and just enjoy your time in Miami during this very creative and fun few days.

Have Fun! Happy Baseling!

It’s a Faena-for-All on Collins

tide by sideSunday, November 27th  |  3 – 6PM
Ximena Caminos and Alan Faena launch FAENA ART with a big opening program on Sunday, November 27, 3-6 p.m., featuring a large-scale public performance called “Tide by Side” that will fill Collins Ave on Miami Beach between 32-36th Street. Other artists and performers include Los Carpinteros, Marinella Senatore, Miralda, Ernesto Neto, Carlos Betancourt and the Miami Gay Men’s Chorus. And hang onto your hats – the Event is FREE and open to everybody. Also in the Faena District, L’Eden by Perrier-Jouet is doing a 3-day takeover of Casa Claridge’s (3500 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach) with Simon Hammerstein from The Box.

The Other Dimension

November 30th  |  7PM
Cuban-born Miami artist Antuan Rodriguez’s solo show at MOCA addresses the human concern for universal communication through forms, symbols and codes. Sources say pieces in the exhibit are almost sold out before it even opens.

The launch reception on November 30th is $30/ticket and free to MOCA members. Buy them here. Antuan’s work can also be seen at our Compass office on Lincoln Road.

The Fairest Fair

miami lawn
Superfine! presents artwork that’s affordable and representative of the local art scene. And, tickets start at $7.77. Their events include a discussion on how to start your art collection. Click here for all the super important programming info.

And Speaking of Fairs…

The Satellites
Check out the best satellite fairs here. Our pick is Untitled.

Getting Around Town

Catch a Ride
Traffic is nightmarish during Art Week. While Uber is a favorite to avoid parking (and celebrate responsibly), there are other cheap or free options available. Learn about them here. You may even ride the Compass Trolley through Midtown – it’ll be on the Art Basel Route all week!