Live from Design Miami/ & Art Basel Miami Beach
By Gemma Riberti

Stylesight is reporting live from the ninth edition of this prestigious global forum for contemporary design, which runs concurrently with Art Basel Miami Beach.

Dec 05, 2013
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The Stylesight Lifestyle & Culture team is currently in Miami – reporting live from the ninth edition of this prestigious, global forum for contemporary design, which runs concurrently with Art Basel Miami Beach.

Zhu Jinshi at the Rubell Family Collection

Taking over the Miami Beach area of the city each December, the prestigious Design Miami/ fair features an extensive program of gallery showcases, on and off-site installations and commissions by emerging and established art and design talent, as well as a number of satellite events happening each day and night throughout the city. Complementing the design events, the Miami Beach edition of Art Basel also runs concurrently, presenting more than 250 leading, global galleries and work by modern masters and rising art talent.

Scroll through images below, to see some of our top highlights so far, but be sure to keep watching the site for our forthcoming, comprehensive coverage and expert trend analysis of both the Design Miami/ and Art Basel Miami Beach fairs, which will be available for subscribing clients over the coming weeks. – Samantha Fox

Both fairs will run through December 8, 2013.

Johanna Grawunder at Carpenters Workshop Gallery

Charlotte Periand at Galerie Downtown François Laffanour

Qui Zhijie at the Rubell Family Collection

Wonderglass

Wieki Somers at Galerie Kreo

The Haas Brothers at R 20th Century Design


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