On Saturday, December 7, at 11am, join Hyperallergic editors Hrag Vartanian, Mostafa Heddaya, and Jillian Steinhauer in the aisles of Art Miami and Context for an hour-long tour of the fair with fellow readers, writers, critics, and cyberflaneurs.
The tour will include stops at the fair’s highlights and hidden gems, offer background on notable artworks, and provide an opportunity to engage in dialogue with dealers, who will be available to answer questions about the artworks on display. The tour will be followed by a lively Informal discussion.
Art Miami and Context are host to a number of notable international galleries including Flowers of London and New York, Sundaram Tagore of Hong Kong, New York, and Singapore, Mixografia of Los Angeles, and countless others — an effervescent geographic blend.
Space is limited, and RSVP is required. To reserve your spot, please RSVP below.
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