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Scenes Around SCOPE Miami Beach 2019

Miami Art Week and all of its accompanying fairs come to a close on Sunday, including SCOPE Miami Beach, of which we're a media partner. In this post, we’ll take a look at some of the sights found around this massive fair. You’ll see some past artists and galleries featured on our website and print issues—as well as some new faces.

Miami Art Week and all of its accompanying fairs come to a close on Sunday, including SCOPE Miami Beach, of which we’re a media partner. In this post, we’ll take a look at some of the sights found around this massive fair. You’ll see some past artists and galleries featured on our website and print issues—as well as some new faces.


HOTTEA (photo courtesy of the artist)


Quintessenz (photo courtesy of the artist)


mydogsighs at the Paradigm booth (photo courtesy of the gallery)

HOTTEA returned to SCOPE with the second iteration of his multi-hued yarn installation at the festival entrance, as well as another installation elsewhere at the festival. German artist-duo Quintessenz has brought a vibrant display, as well as returning artist Okuda San Miguel, whose work was seen at other events.


Photos of the Thinkspace booth courtesy of the gallery

DULK also crafted an enormous mural at SCOPE, in collaboration with Thinkspace. See specific displays for that gallery, as well as Paradigm Gallery + Studio and Mirus Gallery, below. All photos courtesy of artists and/or galleries.


DULK

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