Samuel Levi Jones / Galerie Lelong & Co.
Art Basel / Miami Beach
Nov 30 – Dec 4, 2021
Art Basel
Miami, USA

Reinforcing its position as the premier art fair of the Americas, Art Basel returns for a full-scale, in-person show in Miami Beach with a lineup of over 250 leading galleries from across the globe.

The 2021 edition of Art Basel Miami Beach – Art Basel’s first in-person fair in Miami Beach since 2019 – will bring together 253 leading international galleries to present the highest quality of artworks across all media, from painting and sculpture to photography and digital art. As the leading global art fair in the Americas, the list of exhibitors includes galleries from 36 countries and territories spanning five continents, with more than half of exhibitors having spaces in North and South America.

The show welcomes 43 first-time exhibitors, including, First Floor Gallery Harare from Harare and Victoria Falls, Galerie Knoell from Basel, Rele Gallery from Lagos, Paul Coulon, Olivier Malingue and Southard Reid from London. New entries to the fair from the Americas include Mignoni from New York in the Galleries sector; Proyectos Ultravioleta from Guatemala City, Broadway and Nicola Vassell both from New York in Nova; Pequod Co. from Mexico City, Helena Anrather and Housing both from New York in Positions; and Daniel Faria Gallery from Toronto, Fridman Gallery from New York, and Piero Atchugarry Gallery with exhibition spaces in Garzón and Miami in Survey.

Private Days: November 30 – December 4, 2021
Vernissage / invitational: December 1, 2021, 4–8pm
Public Days: December 2–4, 2021

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