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art basel miami beach

booth f17
december 6 - 9, 2018
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nairy baghramian, big valve, 2016.

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daniel guzmán, valis.de la serie: "el hombre que debería estar muerto pero que resucitó a otra vida", 2018.

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haegue yang, solar: and lunar-seven cycles-trust worthy, 2013.

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jimmie durham, there´s plenty more where these came from, 2008.

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sarah lucas, exacto, 2018.

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jimmie durham, the mystery of the weird stone, 2018.

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abraham cruzvillegas, autokonßtrukschön, 2018.

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leonor antunes, random intersections, 2018.

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nairy baghramian, big valve, 2016.

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daniel guzmán, valis.de la serie: "el hombre que debería estar muerto pero que resucitó a otra vida", 2018.

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haegue yang, solar: and lunar-seven cycles-trust worthy, 2013.

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jimmie durham, there´s plenty more where these came from, 2008.

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sarah lucas, exacto, 2018.

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jimmie durham, the mystery of the weird stone, 2018.

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abraham cruzvillegas, autokonßtrukschön, 2018.

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leonor antunes, random intersections, 2018.

Kabinett: 31 curated exhibitions at Art Basel in Miami Beach

 

Art Basel’s Kabinett sector allows participating galleries to present curated
exhibitions in separately delineated spaces within their booths. This year’s
Kabinett sector at Art Basel in Miami Beach will include 31 projects by Alexandre
Arrechea, Washington Barcala, Romare Bearden, Roger Brown, Ellen Cantor,
Willem de Kooning, Richard Diebenkorn, Gray Foy, Sam Francis, Ja’Tovia Gary,
Daniel Guzmán, Nicholas Hlobo, Paulo Roberto Leal, Paul Lee, Zanele Muholi,
Paola Pivi, Wael Shawky and Mildred Thompson among others. Art Basel, whose
Lead Partner is UBS, takes place at the Miami Beach Convention Center from
December 6 to December 9, 2018.


This year’s Kabinett once again demonstrates the Miami Beach show’s strong focus on
artists and galleries from the Americas. Highlights include a presentation of Uruguayan
artist Washington Barcala at Jorge Mara - La Ruche, from Buenos Aires, tracing the
artist’s shift from light, poetic works towards more dramatic and somber compositions as
his career developed; an exhibition including little-known abstract paintings made
between 1954 and 1964 by Romare Bearden at DC Moore Gallery; surrealist drawings
by Gray Foy at Francis M. Naumann Fine Art; kurimanzutto’s presentation of work by
Mexican artist Daniel Guzmán from his ‘The Man Who Should Be Dead, But Who Was
Resurrected To Another Life’ series; and a Kabinett of Brazilian artist Paulo Roberto
Leal at Bergamin & Gomide.