Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterPin on PinterestShare on LinkedInShare on TumblrEmail this to someone
  • art fairs december contact arts information 2014
  • scope miami
  • scope miami
  • scope miami
  • scope miami

SCOPE Miami 2015 - The 15th Anniversary Edition on the Sands of Miami Beach

November 25, 2015
Studied Photography at IED in Milan, Italy. Passionate about art, frequent visitor of exhibitions, Widewalls photography specialist and Editorial Manager.

Without a doubt, SCOPE75 fairs spanning more than fifteen years and taking place in three crucial hubs, such as NYC, Basel and Miami. For the 15th time, SCOPE art fair returns to the sands of Miami Beach, to its historic Ocean Drive pavilion, ready to welcome as many as 45,000 visitors. SCOPE Miami will present more than 125 international exhibitors and an impressive accompanying program, which will include the fair’s famous Breeder, Feature and Juxtapoz Presents VIP programs. Over the course of six days in early December, SCOPE Miami will showcase the very best of international emerging contemporary art and multi-disciplinary creative programming.

scope miami scope 2014 shows scope scope scope password scope 2014 site shows password scope 2014 site shows password scope 2014 shows password scope scope scope event booth dec group details event booth dec group details event booth dec group details
Jorge Otero – Untitled(2), 2015. Digital photography. Courtesy of NG Art &

The Program

For the 2015 edition, SCOPE Miami has expanded its VIP program, setting it up inside a monumental entrance Atrium. Designed by famous architect Thomas Leeser, the 7,000-square-feet space will provide a spectacular ocean view to its visitors and host several events. SCOPE’s Breeder program, celebrating its 15th anniversary as well, continues to be an important platform in promoting fresh galleries to the contemporary market, offering them an exceptional exposure. This year, there will be many fresh spaces, including Celaya Brothers Gallery. FEATURE Miami Beach 2015 will highlight galleries dedicated to photography, presenting 15 international exhibitors and their innovative photo-makers. Among them, there will be C.A.V.E from Venice, California. The fourth edition of Juxtapoz Presents will once again ”celebrate artwork that bends, blends and transcends genre” of 17 innovative galleries, including Copro, Kallenbach, Mirus, Stolenspace and Station 16.

Also at SCOPE Miami, the fourth edition of the collaboration between the fair and VH1, resulting in a popular mash-up of arts, music and pop culture. This year, VH1 has prepared The Breaks, an interactive lounge space inspired by their upcoming original movie of the same name about the rise of hip-hop in early ‘90s. Another team-up is the one with MOO, where an artist working with paper will be able to present their work for the second time. This year, it’s Aerosyn-Lex Mestrovic, who explores the very nature of paper through the means of technology. The streets of Miami will get a creative makeover, thanks to Heineken and Montana Cans. The Heineken Art Project Lounge, a multi-sensory environment, will feature streaming video content straight from the truck, a large-scale mural, a Heineken bar, a Montana Cans display, previous Heineken Art Projects, and more. Finally, SCOPE Miami will also exhibit the two winner artists of the 2015 BOMBAY SAPPHIRE Artisan Series contest.

List of Exhibitors

EXHIBITORCITY
Hans Alf GalleryCopenhagen
Lawrence Alkin GalleryLondon
Alternative CollectionsHong Kong | Paris
Andenken GalleryAmsterdam
Art Unified Venice Beach
Gallery artparkKarlsruhe
Asterisk ProjectsBrooklyn
AUREUS ContemporaryProvidence
Axiom ContemporarySanta Monica
Azart GalleryNew York
Galerie Virginie Barrou PlanquartParis
Bart GalleryCologne
Gallery BastejsRiga
Beautiful AssetBeijing
Alessandro Berni GalleryPerugia
Beta GaleriaBogotá
Dean Borghi Fine ArtNew York
BouldertonHong Kong
Galeria C-ArteBuenos Aires
C.A.V.E. GalleryVenice Beach
Galerie C.O.A.Montreal
Callan ContemporaryNew Orleans
Celaya Brothers GalleryMexico City
Chung Jark GallerySeoul
ClampArtNew York
Clark GalleryLincoln
Contempop GalleryTel Aviv
The Cool HunterMelbourne
Copro GallerySanta Monica
Corridor GalleryTel Aviv
Dan Hort ProjectsNew York
De Re GalleryLos Angeles
Dialecto GallerySan Francisco
FIFTY24MX GalleryMexico City
FitzGerald Fine ArtsNew York
The Flat - Massimo CarasiMilan
Robert Fontaine GalleryMiami
Emmanuel Fremin GalleryNew York
french art studioLondon
Gallery G-77Kyoto
G.M.ALas Vegas
Galerie Eric & Valerie GALEAL´Isle sur la Sorgue 
Gallery on WadeToronto
Gauntlet GallerySan Francisco 
Sergio Gonçalves GaleriaSão Paulo
Gallery Frédéric GotParis
Joseph Gross GalleryNew York
Grundemark NilssonBerlin
H-art GalleryTokyo
Habatat GalleriesRoyal Oak
Galerie Mark HachemParis 
Gallery HONew York
Hoerle-Guggenheim GalleryNew York
Rebecca Hossack GalleryLondon
Elizabeth Houston GalleryNew York
In The GalleryCopenhagen
Inner State GalleryDetroit
Island6 Arts CenterHong Kong
JanKossen Contemporary Art GalleryBasel | New York
K+Y GalleryParis
Kallenbach GalleryAmsterdam
Kim Jae Sun GalleryBusan
Galerie Kunstkomplex Wuppertal
LaCa ProjectsCharlotte
LET THERE BE ARTMexico City
Evan Lurie Gallery Carmel
Mario Mauroner Contemporary Art Vienna
Thomas V. Meyer - Fine ArtSan Francisco
Miami's Independent ThinkersMiami
Mika GalleryTel Aviv
Ministry of Walls Cologne
Mirus GallerySan Francisco
MLB GalleryRome
MMFAIndianapolis
Modus Art Gallery Paris
MordekaiLong Island City
Lelia Mordoch GalleryMiami | Paris
N'Namdi ContemporaryMiami
NextArt Galéria Budapest
NG Art & Gallery Panama City
NY 1978 New York
Ohshima Fine Art Tokyo
Onishi Gallery New York
OSME GalleryVienna            
Pabellón 4 Arte ContemporaneoBuenos Aires
Barbara Paci Art GalleryPietrasanta
Paradigm Gallery + Studio Philadelphia
Parlor Gallery Asbury Park
Pashmin Art Gallery Hamburg
Rice Polak Gallery Provincetown
Project Gallery Hollywood
The Public House of Art Amsterdam 
GALLERI RAMFJORDOslo
Red Truck GalleryNew Orleans
Duane Reed GallerySt. Louis
Res Non Verba Buenos Aires
Rumney GuggenheimNew York
Rush Arts GalleriesNew York
The Schoolhouse GalleryProvincetown
Seoul ContemporarySeoul
SIA NY New York
Soze Gallery West Hollywood
Station 16 GalleryMontreal
Stolenspace London
Street Art AnarchyNew York
Gallery Tableau Seoul
Taglialatella Galleries New York
TBD Independent ProjectsMiami
Thinkspace Culver City
Tribe13 Gallery San Francisco
Triumph GalleryMoscow 
Untitled Projects Los Angeles
Vogelsang Gallery Brussels
Galerie Wolfsen Aalborg

Participating Galleries

More than 120 international exhibitors from 22 countries and 57 cities will participate at the 2015 SCOPE Miami, within a more spacious tent provided by the fair. On the list, there are De Re with artist Michael Sagato, Robert Fontaine with Gianluca Traina, French Art Studio with Mambo, Ministry of Walls with Banksy, and Soze with Rune Christensen. Moreover, New York’s Azart Gallery will participate in the above mentioned Breeder program of SCOPE Miami 2015, at booth A29. For the occasion, they’re bringing Clara Fialho and Casey Watson, two artists working in the fields of abstract painting and paper works.

The Location of SCOPE Miami 2015

SCOPE Miami Fair 2015 – Practical Visitors Information

SCOPE Miami Beach 2015 will take place from December 1st through 6th, 2015 at 801 Ocean Drive. The VIP Opening is scheduled for December 1st, with Platinum First View from 12pm to 4pm, VIP and Press Preview from 4pm to 8pm (VIP card holders and Press only) and VH1 Reception from 8pm to 9pm (for VIP, Press and Invited Guests). Fair hours will be from 11am to 8pm each day. Ticket prices range from $35 for general admission, $25 for students, $100 for General VIP, $150 for Platinum First View. Entrance is free for VIP card holders. For more information, visit the official website.

For more Miami fairs, sign up for My Widewalls, free of charge!

Featured images in slider: Kevin Peterson – Savior, 2015. Oil on canvas, 24 x 28 in; WIA (aka. whatisadam) – Maple Sizzurp Drum – 200L, 2014. 200 L oil drum wrapped in custom vinyl print, 35 x 24 x 24 in; Felipe Pantone – Opticromías, 2015. Installation. Courtesy of Mirus; Jorge Otero – Untitled(2), 2015. Digital photography. Courtesy of NG Art &. Images courtesy of SCOPE Miami.