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Set on the corner of Indian Creek Drive and 67th Street is the small and impressive Miami Project 5.
whitewall magazine - December 3, 2016
Miami Project 5 will feature presentations by prominent galleries from around the world – a renowned list of returning exhibitors, as well as an exciting slate of newcomers making their Miami Project debut.
garbwire - December 2, 2016
The fifth edition of Miami Project opens tomorrow, December 1, at its new location just steps from NADA
whitewall magazine - November 30, 2016
The street level entrance and four floors of dedicated parking ensure a high-touch environment for top collectors, and the close proximity with the NADA art fair ensures an extremely high level of visibility for both fairs, creating a unique, must-see experience for the art enthusiasts during the ‘Miami Art Week 2016.
BLOUIN ARTINFO - December 1, 2016
For its fifth anniversary, this former Wynwood fair, helmed by Art Market Productions, relocates to North Beach, into a parking garage just a stone’s throw from the more established NADA. Gallery stand-outs include Gary Snyder Fine Art, Jonathan Ferrara Gallery, and Hashimoto Contemporary.
BLOUIN ARTINFO - November 30, 2016
Located just next door to NADA, the small—but very strong—fair juxtaposes both new and storied work from young, mid-career, and iconic creatives alike.
Artsy - November 26, 2016
Standing out from the crowd is no mean feat for the roster of prestigious arts events that take place in Miami each winter. But the fifth edition of the Miami Project attempts to do just that by taking place within a large structure slap bang in the heart of Miami Beach.
Travel Mag - October 26, 2016
The Miami Project is a relative newcomer to the Miami art scene but has quickly established its own style and identity at the cutting edge.
Florida State Homes - April 5, 2016
As with every year, we were presented with a visually stimulating and exhaustively broad wealth of material. Thankfully our US editor Michael Reynolds was on hand to cherry-pick a selection of the festivals' finest works.
Wallpaper* - December 18, 2015
Fouladi Project located locally on Market Street, was seen at Miami Project Art Fair. This fair is part of the Art Market Productions umbrella which hosts Art Market SF, and had eight San Francisco galleries in its ranks.
SFSTATION - December 8, 2015
Jonathan Ferrara Gallery’s exhibition’s show at the Miami Project, Guns in the Hands of Artists couldn’t have been more tragically timely.
The Creators Project - December 7, 2015
Thirty artists have reclaimed more than 180 decommissioned guns from the streets of New Orleans to create artistic commentary on the issue of gun violence in the U.S.
Miami Herald - December 5, 2015
Sixty galleries are represented at this year's Miami Project — the fourth edition of the fair — at the Deauville Beach Resort in Miami Beach. Here's our whirlwind tour of the fair.
ArtInfo - December 4, 2015
The hotel is hosting two sister satellite fairs on its sprawling first floor: Art on Paper, which is celebrating its inaugural edition on sandy beaches, and Miami Project, now in its fourth year.
HYPERALLERGIC - December 4, 2015
They used to be deadly weapons but now they're art at a new exhibit at Art Basel. The exhibition is called 'Guns in the Hands of Artists' and Jonathan Ferrara hopes it leads to conversations rather than heated debates.
NBC Miami - December 3, 2015
Yesterday’s mass shootings in San Bernardino, California, are the latest reminder of why it is a sadly fitting time for the New Orleans-based dealer Jonathan Ferrara to restage his 19-year-old show Guns in the Hands of Artists at the Miami Project fair (until 6 December).
The Art Newspaper - December 3, 2015
The first rule is: “There are no rules in art,” says Fontaine.
Miami Herald - December 4, 2015
This year’s Miami Project headed to the Deauville Beach Resort, spreading across the hotel’s lobby and ballrooms. Like the casual set-up itself, the art was a bit lighter in spirit and often elided the intellectual for a quirky charm. Here’s a look at some of the fair’s best booths.
ARTINFO - December 4, 2015
Brooklyn artist Erin M. Riley does not weave your typical Grandmother's tapestries. Her large works made on a floor loom with hand dyed wool, are far from demure, using images from the Internet that depict honest and feminist femininity: from Plan B to tampons to nude selfies.
PAPER - December 3, 2015
Inspired by Rorschach dripping ink blot, artist Colette Robins brings dimensions to life in totem sculptures. In a rigorous technique uploading ink blots into CAD renderings and finishing the sculptures with papier-mache, the artist explores phenomenon wherein one interprets meaning from meaningless patterns.
The Moo Blog - December 3, 2015
"As visitors to Miami Art Week soak up the sunshine, champagne, and blue-chip art, the rest of the country has been rocked by another mass shooting, with 14 killed in San Bernardino, California. The latest tragedy makes Jonathan Ferrara Gallery's exhibition at Miami Project, "Guns in the Hands of Artists," all the more timely."
artnet News - December 3, 2015
Miami Project moves in from mainland Miami, joining forces with Art on Paper at the Deauville.
ArtSlant - December 2, 2015
At Art on Paper Miami, this outsized piece by Michael Scoggins has reportedly been a favorite subject of photographers weary from the fairs. You can see it at the booth of Brooklyn gallery Victori+Mo.
ARTINFO - December 2, 2015
Miami Art Week Day 2 recap: Satellite, Miami Project and Art on Paper at the Deauville Beach Resort in Miami Beach
From the moment a computer played "House of the Rising Sun" inside a Miami Beach parking garage, a trio of Miami Art Week satellite fairs conspired to make Tuesday a night of bizarre interactions.
southflorida.com - December 2, 2015
A relative newcomer, the Miami Project has made a splash thanks to its stellar exhibitor list which includes an array of long standing modern and contemporary galleries such as Adelson Galleries (New York), Avery Galleries (Pennsylvania), Debra Force Fine Art, Inc. (New York), and Hirschl & Adler Modern (New York).
incollect - December 1, 2015
Art Basel Miami Museum & Food Guide
"A collection of small food and beverage makers from Miami and New York are working together to offer visitors trendsetting food and drink in an exciting new lounge adjacent to the Deauville’s popular oceanfront pool."
Hedonist Shedonist - November 25, 2015
"We have a really well curated collection of established midcareer artists presented in a really elegant, contemporary environment."
BLOUIN ARTINFO - November 23, 2015
"At Miami Project, visitors are met with an impressive survey of work by Modernist masters, providing fairgoers with the unique opportunity to acquire works or engage with exhibitions by established painters, sculptors and photographers who have shaped major artistic movements."
Where Traveler - November 2015
"Miami Project and Art on Paper move into the Deauville Beach Resort (6701 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach). Miami Project is also launching a new spin-off this year called SATELLITE that will show various "experimental" projects in unoccupied properties up near their 73rd Street base."
Paper Mag - November 6, 2015
"Miami Project and CONTEXT were outstanding in Midtown/Wynwood"
Community Newspapers - January 1, 2015
Michael Reynolds' photo diary of Design Miami and Art Basel
Wallpaper - December 16, 2014
COOL HUNTING - December 10, 2014
"Strong six figure sales were reported throughout the fair."
ARTFIXdaily - December 9, 2014
"We get lots of attention and do a lot of sales here"
The Oregonian - December 7, 2014
"There is a diversity and a consistent high quality among all the artworks presented. The 2014 fair is a real winner."
Hamptons Art Hub - December 6, 2014
"Miami Project demonstrate the richness to be found if you look past the main fair."
Interior Design - December 5, 2014
"Back in 2012, when PULSE Miami was hemorrhaging exhibitors, The Miami Project managed to pick up a bunch of these galleries. Pulse is now in a position of having to woo these galleries back—not a fun task, given that the Miami Project is known to be a well-run fair."
ARTFCITY - December 5, 2014
The Art Newspaper - December 5, 2014
"Selfie-obsessed art fans will encounter countless pieces of work ripe for auto-portraiture."
T Magazine - December 4, 2014
"We saw some great works in the Joshua Liner booth with Geoff McFetridge, Andrew Schoultz, Sam Friedman and Evan Hecox, Eleanor Harwood's booth with Paul Wackers, Driscoll Babcock's booth with Jenny Morgan, and some great new works from Greg "SP.One" Lamarche."
Juxtapoz Magazine - December 3, 2014
"It appears that Miami Project has managed to retain its young upstart rep even as it becomes ever clearer that it’s here to stay."
BLOUIN ARTINFO - December 3, 2014
"One of Miami Art Week's youngest fairs but also one of it most highly sought out"
Introspective Magazine - December 2, 2014
"If you can only choose one fair, make it Miami Project."
WLRN Miami Herald News - December 1, 2014
"One thing that sets Miami Project apart from other satellite fairs is Andy Diaz Hope and Jon Bernson’s “Beautification Machine,”
Hyperallergic - December 1, 2014
Artnet News - November 30, 2014
"Miami Project offered a perfectly curated and concise collection of contemporary art."
V magazine - December 12, 2013
"The installation, seen atMiami Project, turned simplicity into brilliance. It only takes two elements to dazzle."
Coolhunting – December 11, 2013
"Nina Katchadourian’s In A Room Full Of Strangers (2013), is one of those works – and I’m told the edition of five was a sold-out success at Catharine Clark’s booth at the two-year old Miami Project."
Whitewall – December 11, 2013
"Miami Project, one of the biggest fairs in the Wynwood district this year, celebrates some of the most sought after artists this year."
Beautiful Decay – December 10, 2013
Artinfo – December 08, 2013
"In its second year, Miami Project is securing ground as the most-cutting edge fair without succumbing to sensationalist tendencies."
Miami Herald – December 07, 2013
World's Best Ever – December 06, 2013
"Last year Miami Project Art Fair made its debut during Art Basel Miami Beach and received widespread acclaim."
Complex – December 05, 2013
"The second edition of The Miami Project opened Tuesday night with a preview of contemporary and modern art from 60 galleries from across the country. For a rookie fair, it attracted a fairly large crowd"
Miami New Times – December 05, 2013
"Heap your wheelbarrow with modern and contemporary art from Miami Project"
Miami New Times – December 05, 2013
"There’s a beautiful tent, beautiful exhibitors; some of them are members of the ADAA,” says Milo, who, as a photography dealer, finds himself among more of his peers."
The Art Newspaper – December 04, 2013
"One of the nice things about this fair is that we can take a young artist likeLucas Foglia, who hasn’t really shown very much before, and debut him at the fair,” said Andrew Freiser."
Artinfo – December 04, 2013
"So perhaps it’s no surprise that, wandering the aisles of this year’s Miami Project fair, I found quite a number of artists making, engaging with, and unpacking systems."
Hyperallergic – December 04, 2013
"Miami Project, the boutique art fair with contemporary and modern artwork in Wynwood, will feature a special pop-up shop from Wednesday through Sunday. More than 50 pieces of multiples, unique editions and artist-designed merchandise will be available for sale from $10 to $1,000."
The Miami Herald – December 03, 2013
"Miami Project, the Miami Basel satellite started last year by the ArtMrkt fair gang (whose events include Texas Contemporary and ArtMrkt Hamptons), is returning for a second edition."
Gallerist – September 23, 2013
"More rare is art that's arresting purely for its artistic merit. That's just what Baselgoers discovered at Miami Project Art Fair, which quietly set up shop in the ever-expanding cluster of midtown art-fair tents for its Basel debut in 2012."
Miami New Times – June 16, 2013
"The resultant photographs, which we saw last week at Kopeikin Gallery's booth at Miami Project, show fleeting but surprisingly intimate glimpses of laborers in the beds of the trucks, heading to or from the massive, low-quality housing complexes being built close to the country's border with the U.S."
Miami New Times – December 12, 2012
"Unlike most new fairs, we were impressed by their solid lineup of respected galleries and great facilities."
Arrested Motion – December 09, 2012
"So at Miami Project, which, it should be noted, has made an impressive debut this year, I let myself follow the women and be led by them. I was not disappointed."
Hyperallergic – December 08, 2012
"Is Miami Project the new PULSE? No. It’s better, and we’ve got a slideshow with commentary to prove it."
Art Fag City – December 08, 2012
"Art Basel Miami has a new fair in town, and if Miami Project’s first run is any indication, it will be a player for years to come."
Art Fag City – December 08, 2012
"Now, just hours later, the new Miami Project fair has shared its exhibitor list, 65 galleries strong. The fair is run by ArtMrkt Productions, which organizes fairs in San Francisco, the Hamptons and Houston."
Gallerist NY – November 08, 2012
"According to artMRKT, Miami Project will feature some 65 galleries in a 65,000-square-foot space in Miami proper, a very short drive from Miami Beach."
Gallerist NY – August 19, 2012