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Untitled. announces second edition in architect designed pavilion on Miami Beach
Curated for the second time running by Omar Lopez-Chahoud, UNTITLED. 2013 will present works of emerging and midcareer contemporary artists from approximately 85 exhibitors from 18 countries, including Argentina, Canada, Colombia, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Norway, Panama, Sweden, Switzerland, Spain, the UK, and the US.
MIAMI BEACH, FL.- UNTITLED., the international art fair launched in Miami Beach in 2012, is pleased to announce its second edition from December 4 – 8, 2013. UNTITLED.’s curatorial approach to the traditional art fair model places an emphasis on the viewer’s experience by contextualizing the artworks exhibited at each booth. The fair presents a selection of international galleries and not-for-profit spaces, positioned side by side to create a less segregated fair installation.

Curated for the second time running by Omar Lopez-Chahoud, UNTITLED. 2013 will present works of emerging and midcareer contemporary artists from approximately 85 exhibitors from 18 countries, including Argentina, Canada, Colombia, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Norway, Panama, Sweden, Switzerland, Spain, the UK, and the US.

UNTITLED. 2013 is presented in a temporary pavilion on South Beach designed by internationally recognized architecture firm K/R, led by John Keenen and Terence Riley. The 60,000 square feet floor plan complements UNTITLED.’s curatorial approach and creates an exceptional viewing experience with abundant natural light and an open ocean view. The fair is located directly on the beach in the South Beach district at Ocean Drive and 12th Street, providing a quintessential Miami Beach event.





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