Exploring Art Basel Miami 2023: A Glimpse into the Extraordinary

If you couldn’t make it to Art Basel in Miami, fear not! We’ve got you covered with a curated list of favorites handpicked by the discerning eye of Sarah Stein-Sapir. Dive into a world of artistic brilliance and discover the pieces that left an indelible mark at this iconic art event.

Günther Förg, Untitled, 2008

Gallery: Skarstedt

A striking visual testament to Förg’s mastery, this untitled piece from 2008 exemplifies the artist’s ability to blend form and emotion seamlessly.

Charles Gaines, Numbers and Trees: Arizona Series 1, Tree #5, Thunder, 2023 Förg, Untitled, 2008

Gallery: Hauser & Wirth

Gaines’ exploration of the intersection between numbers and nature comes to life in this captivating piece. The intricate details invite viewers to ponder the interconnectedness of the numerical and natural worlds.

Manoucher Yektai, Dark Table, 1959

Gallery: Karma

Transporting us to a different era, Yektai’s “Dark Table” from 1959 is a testament to the enduring power of artistic expression across time.

Martha Jungwirth, Untitled (from the series Corona-Tagebuch), 2023 Table, 1959

Gallery: Thaddaeus Ropac

Jungwirth’s “Corona-Tagebuch” series captures the essence of the times we live in, offering a unique perspective on the collective experience of the pandemic.

Allora & Calzadilla, Aeolian Chart, 2023

Gallery: Lisson

Aeolian Chart, a creation by Allora & Calzadilla, is a sensory journey that explores the interplay between sound and art, inviting viewers to engage with the environment on a profound level.

Mimi Lauter, Raincloud body, 2023

Gallery: Blum

Lauter’s “Raincloud body” is a testament to the artist’s ability to evoke emotion through ethereal forms, capturing the transient beauty of natural elements.

Urs Fischer, Pleasures, 2023

Gallery: Gagosian

Fischer’s “Pleasures” is a visual feast, showcasing the artist’s innovative approach to form and composition that pushes the boundaries of conventional art.

Clare Woods, Short Term Pessimist, 2023

Gallery: Night Gallery

“Short Term Pessimist” by Clare Woods is a thought-provoking exploration of the delicate balance between optimism and pessimism, rendered with striking visual impact.

Daniel Senise, Untitled, 2023

Gallery: Nara Roesler

Senise’s “Untitled” from 2023 is a canvas of abstraction, inviting viewers to interpret and connect with the artwork on a personal level.

Alicja Kwade, Impact I, 2023

Gallery: OMR

Kwade’s “Impact I” is a testament to her ability to merge conceptual depth with visual allure, creating a piece that engages the mind and the senses simultaneously.

‘An Atlas NADA Art Fair Highlights:

Keiran Brennan Hinton, Table for Two, 2023

Gallery: Charles Moffett

Hinton’s “Table for Two” at NADA Art Fair is a delightful exploration of space and form, showcasing the artist’s ability to breathe life into everyday objects.

Tamo Jugeli, Untitled, 2023

Gallery: Polina Berlin

Jugeli’s “Untitled” stands as a testament to the diverse and captivating works found in smaller satellite fairs, proving that artistic brilliance knows no bounds.

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