Untitled Art Miami Beach Most International Show to Date, Focusing on Collaboration Across the Local and Global Art Community



Untitled Art is pleased to announce the list of over 140 international galleries and non-profit arts organizations participating in its 11th and most international edition to date. Taking place from November 29 to December 3, 2022 on the sands of Miami Beach at Ocean Drive and 12th Street (with a VIP and Press Preview on Monday November 28), the independently owned fair will feature presentations by an international group of leading and undiscovered contemporary artists.

Untitled Art will return with compelling booth presentations, site-specific installations, and performances as part of an expanded curatorial platform spearheaded by Artistic Director Omar López-Chahoud. Guided by a mission to support the wider art ecosystem, this year’s fair will focus on collaboration across the local and global art community. Participants have been selected for their curatorial integrity and international reach, and the fair’s curation will facilitate interesting juxtapositions and discussion between galleries, artists, and non-profits from 31 countries.

‘Nest’, a progressive sector introduced in 2021, returns for a second year in support of young and emerging galleries. Developed in response to the economic impact
of the pandemic, ‘Nest’ provides subsidized booths to 21 emerging galleries and non-profits to mitigate the traditional entry barriers associated with art fair participation. New participants to ‘Nest’ this year include: [NAME] (Miami, FL); Arts of Life/Circle Contemporary (Chicago, IL); DANIELA ELBAHARA (Mexico City, Mexico); General Expenses (Mexico City, Mexico); ISCA Gallery (Oslo, Norway); Jupiter Contemporary (Miami, FL); Km 0.2 (San Juan, Puerto Rico); The Locker Room Gallery (Brooklyn, NY); Lonely ROCKS (The Interverse); OCHI (Los Angeles, CA); Parallel Circuit Presented by Dastan Gallery (Tehran, Iran); PASTO (Buenos Aires, Argentina); Shelter (New York, NY); and Voloshyn Gallery (Kyiv, Ukraine).

In consideration of Untitled Art’s location, the fair’s team has ensured representation of leading Miami-based galleries within its exhibitors list and ongoing engagement with local institutions, including first-time participant [NAME], an organization that creates books with an emphasis on showcasing practices often marginalized in dominant art and design histories. Other Miami- based galleries include Dimensions Variable, Emerson Dorsch, and Jupiter Contemporary.

Untitled Art additionally supports the wider arts community by providing an important platform for non-profit spaces. A new participant to this year’s edition
is Arts of Life/Circle Contemporary, an exhibition space in Chicago and Glenview providing artists with intellectual and developmental disabilities a collective space to expand their practice. Florida-based Long Road Projects is also participating
in the 2022 fair. Long Road Projects is an artist residency program and publishing house that aims to serve as an integral platform for artistic experimentation, community engagement, and education. Her Clique, an organization founded with a mission to celebrate and promote women artists, will release three editions by 2022 exhibiting artists and donate the proceeds to charity.

The first to launch a virtual reality art fair in response to the pandemic, Untitled Art continuously invests in new technologies to make contemporary art collecting more accessible to new audiences. This year, Untitled Art brings on Vortic as its Digital Partner. Vortic will create 3D and VR experiences as an extension of ‘Nest’ to provide a curated digital exhibition, as well as sponsor the fair’s ‘Nest Prize.’

Commencing as part of this year’s fair, in a continued effort to amplify diverse voices, Untitled Art will select one participating gallery on an annual basis to present a special solo booth that highlights the work of an older or deceased artist who has made a significant contribution to contemporary art discourse. This year’s selected gallery is Galerie Christian Lethert (Cologne, Germany) who is exhibiting the work of 82-year-old artist Imi Knoebel, a German painter and sculptor known for his contributions to and shaping of 20th century Minimalist abstract art.

In 2022, Untitled Art will also reignite its ‘writers-in-residence’ program to support the crucial advancement of art criticism while cultivating the next generation of writers. Articles will be published on Untitled Art’s website in the lead up to the fair and shared across social media. Topics will include key themes from this year’s edition, including collaboration, diversity, sustainability and more. Untitled Art’s Founder and Director Jeffrey Lawson says: “For this year’s edition of Untitled Art, we are looking to stage an ambitious and forward-thinking presentation that reconsiders the role of an art fair in today’s cultural landscape. In response to the growing commercialization of the art world, we are prioritizing collaboration, inclusivity, and providing space for collectors, art historians, curators, writers, and academics to interact, learn, and discover. We are excited to return with our strongest and most international program yet.”

The complete list of exhibitors for the 11th edition of Untitled Art in Miami Beach is as follows: [NAME] (Miami, FL)
1969 Gallery (New York, NY)
31 PROJECT (Paris, France)
50 Golborne (London, UK)
Addis Fine Art (London, UK / Addis Ababa, Ethiopia)
albertz benda (New York, NY)
Allouche Benias (Athens, Greece)
Anna Erickson Presents (Nashville, TN)
Aperture (New York, NY)
Asya Geisberg Gallery (New York, NY)
Arts of Life/Circle Contemporary (Chicago, IL)
Artnueve (Murcia, Spain)
Badr El Jundi (Madrid, Spain)
Benrubi Gallery (New York, NY)
Bienvenu Steinberg & J (New York, NY)
Bill Arning Exhibitions (Houston, TX / Kinderhook, NY)
bitforms gallery (New York, NY / San Francisco, CA)
Bode Projects (Berlin, Germany)
C O U N T Y (Palm Beach, FL)
CARL KOSTYÁL GALLERY (London, UK / Stockholm, Sweden / Milan, Italy)
CARVALHO PARK (Brooklyn, NY) Casa Hoffmann (Bogotá, Colombia)
Casemore Gallery (San Francisco, CA)
Cindy Rucker Gallery (New York, NY)
Cirrus Gallery & Cirrus Editions Ltd. (Los Angeles, CA)
Cob Gallery (London, UK)
COHJU contemporary art (Kyoto, Japan)
Colector (Monterrey, Mexico)
DANIELA ELBAHARA (Mexico City, Mexico)
Davidson Gallery (New York, NY)
De Buck Gallery (New York, NY / Saint Paul De Vence, France)
Denny Dimin Gallery (New York, NY)
Diane Rosenstein Gallery (Los Angeles, CA)
Dimensions Variable (Miami, FL)
Dio Horia (Athens, Greece)
Double V Gallery (Marseille, France)
Eden Airlines (Richmond, VA)
Eduardo Secci (Florence / Milan, Italy)
El Apartamento (La Habana, Cuba)
Eleanor Harwood Gallery (San Francisco, CA)
Emerson Dorsch (Miami, FL)
Erin Cluley Gallery (Dallas, TX)
Espacio Valverde (Madrid, Spain)
FABIENNE LEVY (Lausanne, Switzerland)
Fran Reus (Mallorca, Spain)
Fredericks & Freiser (New York, NY)
G Gallery (Seoul, South Korea)
GALERÍA ENRIQUE GUERRERO (Mexico City / Todos Santos, Mexico)
Galería Espacio Continuo (Bogotá, Colombia)
Galeria MPA (Madrid, Spain)
Galerie Christian Lethert (Cologne, Germany)
Galerie Droste (Düsseldorf, Germany / Paris, France)
Galerie Julien Cadet (Paris, France)
Galerie Nicolas Robert (Montreal / Toronto, Canada)
Galerie Wolfsen (Aalborg, Denmark) Galleri Urbane (Dallas, TX)
GALLERIA STUDIO G7 (Bologna, Italy)
Gallery Nosco (London, UK)
Geary (Millerton, NY)
General Expenses (Mexico City, Mexico)
Goldfinch (Chicago, IL)
HB381 (New York, NY)
Henrique Faria (New York, NY)
High Noon (New York, NY)
Huxley-Parlour (London, UK)
Il Chiostro (Saronno, Italy)
ISCA Gallery (Oslo, Norway)
Jane Lombard Gallery (New York, NY)
JD Malat Gallery (London, UK)
Johansson Projects (Oakland, CA)
Jupiter Contemporary (Miami, FL)
KLEINDIENST (Leipzig, Germany)
Km 0.2 (San Juan, Puerto Rico)
KORNFELD (Berlin, Germany)
Kravets Wehby Gallery (New York, NY)
Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery (London, UK)
L21 Gallery (Palma de Mallorca / Barcelona, Spain)
La Balsa Arte (Bogotá, Colombia)
LaMontagne Gallery (Boston, MA)
Laney Contemporary (Savannah, GA)
LatchKey Gallery (New York, NY)
Library Street Collective (Detroit, MI)
Lonely ROCKS (The Interverse)
Long Road Projects (Jacksonville, Florida)
Luce Gallery (Turin, Italy)
Luis De Jesus Los Angeles (Los Angeles, CA)
MAIA Contemporary (Mexico City, Mexico)
MARC STRAUS (New York, NY) Marisa Newman Projects (New York, NY)
Max Estrella (Madrid, Spain) MKG127 (Toronto, Canada)
Morgan Lehman Gallery (New York, NY)
National (San Juan, Puerto Rico)
Nueveochenta (Bogotá, Colombia)
OCHI (Los Angeles, CA / Sun Valley, ID)
Pablo’s Birthday (New York, NY)
Parallel Circuit Presented by Dastan Gallery (Tehran, Iran)
PASTO (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Patrick Heide Contemporary Art (London, UK)
PLAN X (Milan / Capri, Italy)
PORTAS VILASECA (Rio de Janiero, Brazil)
Praise Shadows Art Gallery (Brookline, MA)
Richard Heller Gallery (Los Angeles, CA)
Richard Saltoun Gallery (London, UK / Rome, Italy)
Ronchini Gallery (London, UK)
Room57 Gallery (New York, NY)
SARAI Gallery (SARADIPOUR) (Mahshahr, Iran)
School of Visual Arts Galleries (New York, NY)
Sean Horton (Presents) (New York, NY / Berlin, Germany)
SEASONS LA (Los Angeles, CA)
Selenas Mountain (New York, NY)
SEPTEMBER (Kinderhook, NY)
SEPTIEME Gallery (Paris, France / Cotonou, Benin)
SGR Galería (Bogotá, Colombia)
Shelter (New York, NY)
Southern Guild (Cape Town, South Africa)
Steve Turner (Los Angeles, CA)
THE PILL ® (Istanbul, Turkey)
TAFETA (London, UK)
TERN Gallery (Nassau, Bahamas)
The Bonnier Gallery (Miami, FL / New York,NY)
The Flat-Massimo Carasi (Milan, Italy)
The Locker Room Gallery (Brooklyn, NY)
The New Arts Foundation (Los Angeles, CA)
The Next Contemporary (Toronto, Canada)
The Something Machine (Bellport, NY)
Vigo Gallery (London, UK)
Voloshyn Gallery (Kyiv, Ukraine)
Webber Gallery (London, UK / Los Angeles, CA)
WHATIFTHEWORLD (Cape Town, South Africa)
Woaw Gallery (Hong Kong)
Yancey Richardson Gallery (New York,NY)
Yossi Milo Gallery (New York, NY)
Zidoun-Bossuyt Gallery (Dubai, UAE / Luxembourg City, Luxembourg / Paris, France)
ZieherSmith (Nashville, TN)
Zielinsky (Barcelona, Spain)
Zilberman (Istanbul, Turkey)

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