MIAMI—Beyond Art Basel, there are a number of venues offering alternative art fair experiences. Untitled is located in an airy beachfront pavilion housing several dozen international galleries.
Untitled describes itself as a “cutting-edge” art fair showcasing contemporary artists from around the world. The fair is showcasing emerging and established artists, including Jeffrey Gibson who is exhibiting an embellished punching bag and Andres Carranza, whose work is inspired by a near-fatal motorbike accident.
Untitled is on the beachfront at Ocean Drive and 12th Street and runs from Dec. 5 to Dec. 9, 2012.
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“Everlast (The Quiet One),” 2012 (found punching bag, wool, repurposed painting, glass beads, dantalium, steel, quartz crystals, artificial sinew, tin cones, nylon shawl fringe) by Jeffrey Gibson at Marc Straus Gallery of New York.
532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel of New York
Detail of work by Ian Hughes at 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel booth.
Detail of “Bazile Paw,” 2011 (mixed media on paper) by Ebony G. Patterson at Monique Meloche Gallery booth.
Works, including “Species II” at left, by Ebony G. Patterson at Monique Meloche Gallery of Chicago.
Detail of work by Jason Middlebrook at Dodge Gallery of New York.
Oceanfront views are visible from the rear of the fair pavilion.
Works by Holton Rower at New York-based The Hole booth.
On rear wall, works by Ara Peterson at Loyal Gallery of Sweden.
Detail of work by Ara Peterson shows its composition of individual painted wood slats.
The Toronto-based Georgia Scherman Projects booth.
Yellow helmet in foreground, “Glitter Thunder Belly,” 2012 by Andres Carranza at Des Pacio Gallery of Costa Rica.
The helmet series was inspired by a near-fatal motor bike accident the artist experienced more than 15 years ago, at age 17. See more of Carranza’s work at the Untitled Fair here.