GUIDE TO MIAMI ART WEEK 2022

PLATFORM x THE WEBSTER x UNTITLED ART:

GUIDE TO MIAMI ART WEEK 2022

Here, you’ll find an interactive guide to some of Miami’s top galleries, restaurants, nightlife spots, sights & more—plus highlights from this year’s Untitled Art Fair and a spotlight on our new limited-edition artist totes available exclusively at The Webster.

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RESTAURANT

DANTE'S HI-FI+
519 NW 26th Street, Miami, FL 33127

A Japanese-inspired “vinyl listening bar” with a state-of-the-art sound system and a music program curated by world-renowned DJ Rich Medina.

Image via @danteshifi Instagram. Photo by James Keefe.

GALLERY

MINDY SOLOMON
848 NW 22nd Street, Miami

The gallery’s program explores the intersection of art and design through an ongoing dialog between two- and three-dimensional objects, while embracing diasporic voices.

Image courtesy of Mindy Solomon Gallery.

RESTAURANT

MANDOLIN AEGEAN BISTRO
4312 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33137

A restaurant inspired by the coastal towns and seasonal cuisine of the region that unites Greece and Turkey.

Image via @mandolinrestaurants Instagram.

MUSEUM

ICA MIAMI
61 NE 41st St, Miami, FL 33137

A pillar of the Design District and a champion of both emerging and established contemporary artists—including Platform alumni Harold Mendez and Jenny Morgan. While you’re there, stop by the impressive de la Cruz Collection next door, where admission is free.

GALLERY

LOCUST PROJECTS
3852 N Miami Avenue, Miami, FL 33127

A nonprofit exhibition space founded as a place for contemporary artists to create site-specific works outside the commercial gallery system.

RESTAURANT

MICHAEL'S GENUINE FOOD & DRINK
130 NE 40th St, Miami, FL 33137

A Design District veteran and recipient of a Bib Gourmand Award from the inaugural MICHELIN Guide to Miami this past summer. Get a seat at the bar.

Image via @michaelsgenuine Instagram.

SHOP

THE WEBSTER SOUTH BEACH
1220 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139

The ultimate destination for fashion lovers, housed in an historic Art Deco building in the heart of South Beach — just steps from Untitled Art Fair.

Image courtesy of The Webster.

RESTAURANT

LA SANDWICHERIE
229 14th Street, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Beloved local French sandwich chain, since 1988. According to our guides, only the original Miami Beach location will do.

ART FAIR

UNTITLED ART MIAMI BEACH
Ocean Drive and 12th Street, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Don’t miss the renowned art fair known for its stunning beachfront location, influential programming, and impressive roster of domestic and international exhibitors.

Image courtesy of Untitled Art.

BAR

MAC'S CLUB DEUCE
222 14th Street, Miami Beach, FL 33139

A favorite late-night stop and the oldest bar in Miami (est. 1926).

Image courtesy of Richard Thayer.

GALLERY

JUPITER CONTEMPORARY
1228 Normandy Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33141

Less than a year old, this gallery founded by Gabriel Kilongo quickly got on the radars of art world insiders both locally and nationwide.

GALLERY

CENTRAL FINE
1224-1226 Normandy Drive, Miami Beach, FL 33141

An artist-run gallery presenting emerging and mid-career artists, right next door to Jupiter Contemporary.

BAR

FOX'S LOUNGE
6030 S Dixie Hwy, Miami, FL 33143

A South Miami institution since 1946, rebooted this past summer by the team behind Lost Boy and Tropezón.

Image via @foxslounge Instagram.

GALLERY

[NAME] Publications
6572 SW 40th Street, Miami, FL 33155

A publisher and exhibition space dedicated to championing subjects and practices often marginalized in dominant art and design histories.

RESTAURANT

MIGNONETTE
210 NE 18th St, Miami, FL 33132

“They have great oysters and seafood. The staff is really friendly and the desserts are awesome. I always take people to it during Miami Art Week.” —Farley Aguilar

CAFÉ

ALL DAY
1035 North Miami Avenue, Miami, FL 33136

“ALL DAY is my favorite coffee shop worldwide. Order their ‘Or Water,’ iced, with an extra shot. Tastes delicious, and has just the right amount of morning kick. This place is full of Miami creatives, and the vibe is very nice.” —Nick Remsen

Image via @alldaymia Instagram.

RESTAURANT

JAGUAR SUN
230 NE 4th Street, Miami, FL 33132

A pasta-focused restaurant with a cocktail bar that’s regularly ranked among the country’s best.

Image via @jaguarsunmia Instagram.

BAR

OVER UNDER
151 E Flagler St, Miami, FL 33131

“Solid cocktails and their fish dip is pretty stellar.” —Farley Aguilar

GALLERY

PRIMARY.
7410 NW Miami Court, Miami

A context- and research-driven curatorial collective with a focus on public arts and a private residence that explores modern ideas on the subject of live/work.

Image courtesy of Primary. Photo by Robin Hill.

SHOP

DALE ZINE
7395 NW Miami Place, Miami, FL 33150

Independent printer and publisher championing multimedia artists and designers—complete with a radio show, shop, and pop-up event programming.

GALLERY

NINA JOHNSON
6315 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami, FL 33150

Since 2007, Nina Johnson has produced exhibitions by emerging and established artists from around the world in a convivial and engaging atmosphere.

Image courtesy of Nina Johnson.

SHOP

PRIMARIED STUDIO
204 NE 55th Terrace, Miami, FL 33137

Vintage furniture and design store with a cult following.

SHOP

THE WEBSTER BAL HARBOUR
9700 Collins Avenue, Bal Harbour, FL 33154

A rotating curation of Celine, Chanel and Saint Laurent among more cult labels like Casablanca, Coperni & Y/Project.

SHOP / CAFÉ

PARADIS BOOKS & BREAD
12831 W Dixie Highway, North Miami, FL 33161

A combination bookshop/library, bakery and wine bar. Need we say more?

BAR

THE ANDERSON
709 NE 79th Street, Miami, FL 33138

A lowlit, 80s-inspired bar with a cocktail program by the renowned mixology team behind the Broken Shaker, another local favorite.

Image via @theandersonmiami Instagram.

RESTAURANT

BOTECO
916 NE 79th Street, Miami, FL 33138

Go for happy hour at this beloved Brazilian bar and restaurant.

RESTAURANT

LA CAMARONERA SEAFOOD JOINT & FISH MARKET
1952 W Flagler St, Miami, FL 33135

“One of my favorite restaurants. I usually order a Corvina sandwich and camarones fritos. You can also get a whole fried lobster that is fantastic.” —Farley Aguilar

Image via @lacamaronera Instagram.

BAR

BALL & CHAIN
1513 SW 8th Street, Miami, FL 33135

A Little Havana institution since the ‘30s—having hosted the likes of Billie Holiday and Count Basie—the “Calle Ocho” bar still hosts daily live music and salsa dancing.

GALLERY

DIMENSIONS VARIABLE
101 NW 79th Street, Miami, FL 33150

An artist-led, nonprofit gallery dedicated to the education, presentation and support of contemporary art in Miami.

RESTAURANT

EL PALACIO DE LOS JUGOS
5721 W Flagler St, Miami, FL 33144

This mini chain (far more than a juice place) is our guides’ pick for authentic, no-frills local Cuban food.

PARK

ICHIMURA MIAMI JAPAN GARDEN
1101 MacArthur Causeway, Miami, FL 33132

Founded on Miami’s Watson Island in the 1950s by Japanese entrepreneur Kiyoshi Ichimura, this oasis of orchid trees and small ponds is the perfect break from the fast-paced buzz of Art Week.

BAR

THE CLEAT
Bill Baggs State Park, Key Biscayne, FL

A beachfront bar whose sunset views and mojitos are well worth the trek to the Southern tip of Key Biscayne.

Image via @thecleat Instagram.

CARVALHO PARK:

The Brooklyn-based multidisciplinary gallery will present London-based artist Yulia Iosilzon and Berlin-based artist Maximilian Rodel.

Yulia Iosilzon, Short Fiction, 2022. Courtesy of the artist and Carvalho Park.

OCHI

The LA-based gallery is presenting a solo exhibition by the multidisciplinary artist Ben Sanders.

DENNY DIMIN GALLERY

The international gallery with both Hong Kong and NYC locations will present a three-person exhibition featuring Jessie Edelman, Justine Hill, and Judy Ledgerwood.

Jessie Edelman, Lemons With a View, 2021. Courtesy of the artist and Denny Dimin Gallery.

SHRINE

The NYC-based gallery known for its expertise in emerging and outsider art is showing new works by Andy Diaz and William E. Doleman.

GEARY

Geary is presenting a two-person exhibition with new works by Brooklyn-based artist Catherine Haggarty and abstract sculptor Vadis Turner.

Catherine Haggarty, Lamp Light at Night, 2022. Courtesy of the artist and Geary.

SEPTEMBER

The upstate New York gallery is exhibiting a solo presentation by the 81-year old painter and sculptor Reginald Madison.

MOTHER

This gallery with locations in New York City and Beacon, NY is presenting new works by Alexandra Rubinstein and Emilie Louise Gossiaux.

Emilie L. Gossiaux, We Woke Up Surrounded by Trees, 2022. Courtesy of the artist and Mother Gallery.

FOR FREEDOMS
For Freedoms News Live from Untitled Art Fair!, 2022

A special activation following its debut at the Brooklyn Museum, For Freedom News (FFN) will consist of video and live reporting, incorporating a variegated community of artists, collectors, dealers, press, and other fair-goers about the intricacies, banalities, and expansiveness of art, politics, and society within an art fair environment.

BEVERLY'S
VIP Lounge

In keeping with the fair's longstanding tradition of working with artists to activate their VIP Lounge, this year the expanded space will feature an installation and group exhibition presented by BEVERLY’S, the artist-run exhibition and event space founded in 2012 on New York’s Lower East Side. Participating artists include Carlos Rosales-Silva, Heidi Norton, Alexandra Hammond, Leah Dixon, Azikiwe Mohammed, Jack Henry, Julia Colavita, Chris Herity, Stina Puotinen, Hayley Martell, Sonia Louise Davis, Spencer Young, Marie Anine Moller, and Ivan Forde.

AUTTRIANNA PROJECTS
Yelaine Rodriguez: Shango | Digital Throne, 2022

The third iteration of conceptual artist Yelaine Rodriguez's immersive altars, with digital offerings to Shango from various Afro-Diasporic artists working within video art, including work by Taína Cruz and biarritzzz.

THE UNTITLED ART PODCAST

The Untitled Art Podcast returns for its third year to feature dedicated programming from the fair’s Programming Partners, Her Clique and [NAME], alongside conversations and panel discussions that expand on the presentations of their 2022 exhibitors.