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Art Miami Celebrates 25th Anniversary with First-Class Lineup of International Galleries

Art Miami, in its 25th year, is the city’s original and longest running contemporary and modern art fair. This significant benchmark in the art world will be celebrated when it kicks off Miami Art Week with a VIP Private Preview on Tuesday, December 2nd from 5:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., once again benefiting the Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM). Last year, over 11,000 art world luminaries and connoisseurs attended the VIP opening for the first opportunity to view and acquire the most important works of art from the 20th and 21st centuries. For a quarter century, Art Miami has maintained a preeminent position in America’s contemporary art fair market, as well as preserving its well-deserved place as Miami’s premier anchor fair.

Art Miami, now a household name, drew a record-breaking attendance of 72,500 visitors in 2013 and continues to be a “can’t miss event” for serious collectors, art advisors, curators, museum professionals and interior designers during Miami Art Week. Renowned for its distinguished atmosphere and ambiance, highly vetted galleries, and guest amenities, Art Miami continues to serve as a leading cultural destination for acquiring the finest quality contemporary art and surveying new developments in the global art market.

The fair will feature 28 new exhibitors adding to the spectrum of elite galleries that will take part in the 25th edition of Art Miami, including: Adamson Gallery | Washington D.C.; Chowaiki & Co. | New York; Diana Lowenstein Gallery | Miami; Dolby Chadwick | San Francisco; Galería Álvaro Alcázar | Madrid; GALERIA MANUEL BARBIÉ | Barcelona; Galeria RGR+ART | Valencia; Galerie Andreas Binder | Munich; Galerie Vintage | Paris; Gallery Rueb | Amsterdam; Jerome Zodo Contemporary | Milan; Kuckei + Kuckei | Berlin; Leslie Feely Fine Art | New York; Loretta Howard Gallery | New York; Louis K. Meisel Gallery | New York; Michael Hoppen Gallery | London; Michelle Rosenfeld Gallery | New York; Peter Blake Gallery | Laguna Beach; Repetto Gallery | London; Susan Sheehan Gallery | New York; The Fine Art Society Contemporary | London; Yufuku Gallery | Tokyo; Zemack Contemporary Art | Tel Aviv; among others.

Art Miami will again demonstrate its continued commitment to exhibiting investment quality works of art for acquisition in the most accessible format when it opens to the public December 3rd to the 7th, featuring extended operating hours (11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday to Saturday and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday), including an expansion to the fair, a new café and a VIP Parking Lot. This years fair will showcase 130 international art galleries from sixteen countries, including England, Spain, France, Holland, Finland, the Netherlands, Japan, Israel, Germany, Sweden, Italy, Austria, Argentina, Switzerland, Canada, and the United States from more than fifty cities, including twenty-eight across the U.S. There will be over 1,000 artists exhibiting from thirty different countries. The 200,000 sq. foot Art Miami Pavilion now spans over three city blocks and remains located in the heart of the energized Midtown/Wynwood Arts District.

Christie’s International Real Estate, the world’s leading luxury real estate network, will once again support the Fair as the Official Luxury Real Estate partner. In addition, Maserati North America, the luxury automotive brand, will continue to host the Maserati VIP Lounge in the Art Miami Pavilion, epitomizing its values of Italian elegance and style in conjunction with their 100th Anniversary.

 “We are extremely excited to present our 25th edition with this amazing selection of galleries and an expansion of the Art Miami fair along with the many new and improved amenities for our attendees. This is the finest edition of Art Miami to date and we look forward to continuing the tradition of Art Miami in the City of Miami for many years to come,” said Art Miami Director Nick Korniloff.

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