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Scenes from SCOPE Miami Beach 2018

With an atrium filled with projects curated by Hi-Fructose Magazine, SCOPE Miami Beach 2018 welcomed thousands through its entrance, which was adorned with an often-photographed installation by HOTTEA. The artist was joined by OKUDA and AJ Fosik in the trio of installation work handpicked by this magazine. See photos of these fair features below, as well as Logan Hicks’s enormous painting in the fair’s Porsche Lounge. Read our Q&As with the atrium artists here, here, and here.

With an atrium filled with projects curated by Hi-Fructose Magazine, SCOPE Miami Beach 2018 welcomed thousands through its entrance, which was adorned with an often-photographed installation by HOTTEA. The artist was joined by OKUDA and AJ Fosik in the trio of installation work handpicked by this magazine. See photos of these fair features below, as well as Logan Hicks’s enormous painting in the fair’s Porsche Lounge. Read our Q&As with the atrium artists here, here, and here.


OKUDA’s centerpiece was a popular selfie backdrop throughout the fair.


Hicks’s massive painting, inspired by Monet.

Fosik’s totem-like sculptures were scattered across the site.

Elsewhere at the 18th edition of SCOPE, works from a range of mediums (with both artists that should be familiar to HF readers and new faces) came from 140 international exhibitors (with 25 countries and 60 cities represented, in total). Below, see some of these works.


Jamie Salmon


Erika Sanada


Superchief Gallery’s Devil’s Lounge served as a mid-fair refuge.


Alan Waring


Leon Keer


Ivan Alifan


Claes Gabriel


Tim Conlon


Redd Walitzki


Matt Gordon


Jason Borders

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