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2023 Edition: Art Basel Miami Beach Names 277 Exhibitors

The most high-profile art fair in the U.S., Art Basel Miami Beach, has named the galleries that will take part in its 2023 edition, due to open with a VIP day on December 6 and run through December 10.

With 277 exhibitors, the fair will be just slightly smaller than last year’s edition, which had 283 galleries, making it the biggest Miami Beach fair that Art Basel had ever held.

Many blue-chip exhibitors are returning to the fair once more, including four mega-galleries: David Zwirner, Gagosian, Hauser & Wirth, and Pace Gallery. They will feature in the fair’s main section alongside first-timers such as Paris’s Galerie Minsky, New York’s Ortuzar Projects, and San Francisco’s Weinstein Gallery.

And in the “Nova,” “Positions,” and “Survey” sections, devoted to galleries showing three or fewer artists at the fair, solo presentations, and historical presentations, respectively, galleries making their Art Basel debut will include the Cairo-based Gypsum Gallery and the New York–based galleries Vito Schnabel and Lomex.

In a statement, Noah Horowitz, CEO of Art Basel, said, “Our offering this year demonstrates yet again the strength of our show as an engine of the world of art in the Americas and globally, and as an utterly transformative cross- cultural experience—made possible by our premier exhibitors, our world-renowned cultural partners and collaborators in Miami Beach and South Florida, and our exceptional team.”

The Miami fair is currently being led by Vincenzo de Bellis, Art Basel’s director of fairs and exhibition platforms. Next year, it will be handed over to Bridget Finn, who will soon become director of the Miami Beach edition.

Art Basel hosts editions in the titular Switzerland city, Hong Kong, and Paris, where its second edition kicks off this October.

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