by Andy SmithPosted on

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.

by Andy SmithPosted on


Hi-Fructose partners with Scope Miami Beach for SCOPE’s 18th edition. SCOPE Miami Beach returns to its bespoke pavilion on the sands of Ocean Drive and 8th Street.

by CaroPosted on

Hi-Fructose readers need no introduction to the plethora of artists and galleries that were featured in this year’s installment of SCOPE Miami Beach. Known as the biggest worldwide professional show of modern art, 2015 marked the fair’s 15th anniversary. Despite heavy rains and winds that led to water seeping into the fair’s signature white tent, attendance was higher than ever- roughly 49,000 attended compared to last year’s 45,000 attendees. Take a look at more of our highlights from SCOPE Miami Beach after the jump!

by Nastia VoynovskayaPosted on

This year’s rendition of SCOPE Miami Beach, coinciding with Miami Art Week festivities, features many galleries that will be familiar to Hi-Fructose readers as well as dozens of artists who have appeared in our print issues. An enormous installation by Swoon featuring a cut-out portrait of a majestic woman charging triumphantly forward greets viewers as they enter the fair, ushering them into the many collections of figurative, Pop Art-inspired, and streetwise art that lies ahead.