Art Basel Miami Beach Reveals Exhibitors for 2024 Edition

11July 10, 2024

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The organizers ofArt Baselhave announced the 283 galleries set to participate in this year’s Miami Beach fair, slated to take place at the Miami Beach Convention Center December 6–8, with preview days December 4 and 5. Hailing from thirty-four countries and territories, the exhibiting galleries include thirty-two first-time participants, the most since 2008. The Americas are strongly represented, with nearly two thirds of participants coming from the United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Guatemala, Peru, and Uruguay; countries appearing for the first time include Indonesia and Romania.

The show will be divided into several sections: Galleries, the main section; Nova, which features young galleries showing work created in the past three years by up to three artists; Positions, devoted to solo showcases of emerging galleries or artists; and Survey, which focuses on work created before 2000. This year’s Meridians sector, which centers atypical projects, is being curated by Yasmil Raymond,until recentlythe director of Portikus and the rector of the Städelschule Academy of Fine Art, both in Frankfurt. The Kabinett section, focused on curated displays presented by galleries in a portion of their main booths, will return, as will the fair’s Conversations program, organized this year for the first time by arts writer and educator Kimberly Bradley.

Following the introduction of a new minimum-size booth option meant to attract small and midsize galleries, twenty-five galleries will debut in the main section. “It was incredibly important that we carve out a more equitable path to participation for small and mid-sized galleries entering the main sector of this show, and the proof is in the extraordinary number of newcomers joining this edition,” said Art Basel Miami Beach director Bridget Finn in a statement. Four galleries are making their debut at the Miami Beach fair and going straight into the main section. These are Seoul’s Gallery Baton; Pearl Lam Galleries, based in Hong Kong and Shanghai; Leeahn Gallery, with outposts in Seoul and in Daegu, South Korea; and the San Francisco–based Gallery Wendi Norris. Among the returning galleries who are promoted for the first time from the Nova, Positions, or Survey sectors to the main section are Isla Flotante, Buenos Aires; Kampala, Uganda’s Afriart Gallery, working jointly with Rele Gallery, which has outposts in Lagos, London, and Los Angeles; and Toronto’s Daniel Faria Gallery.

Debuts in the Nova section include New York’s Charles Moffett, showing a collaboration between Kim Dacres, who works with recycled tire rubber, and Melissa Joseph, who works with felt; and Shanghai’s Gallery Vacancy, which will present works by Henry Curchod, Michael Ho, and Chen Ting-Jung addressing the ethereal quality of materials as it relates to the respective diasporic experiences embodied in their practices. New York–based gallery Gordon Robichaux debuts in Positions with a series of shrine works by Agosto Machado, while São Paulo’s Carmo Johnson Projects enters the section with paintings by the Indigenous Huni Kuin collective MAHKU. First-timers in the Survey section include Singapore’s Gajah Gallery, showing work by Indonesian artist I Gusti Ayu Kadek Murniasih; and Warsaw’s Gunia Nowik Gallery, presenting photos dating from the 1970s through the ’90s by Teresa Gierzyńska.

A full list of participants is below.


303 Gallery

47 Canal

A Gentil Carioca

Miguel Abreu Gallery

Acquavella Galleries

Afriart Gallery

Almeida & Dale Galeria de Arte

Altman Siegel

Ames Yavuz

Antenna Space

Galeria Raquel Arnaud

Alfonso Artiaco

Edel Assanti

Balice Hertling


Gallery Baton

Nicelle Beauchene Gallery

80M2 Livia Benavides

Ruth Benzacar Galeria de Arte

Berggruen Gallery

Berry Campbell


Peter Blum Gallery

Marianne Boesky Gallery

Tanya Bonakdar Gallery


Luciana Brito Galeria


Ben Brown Fine Arts

Galerie Buchholz


Cardi Gallery


Casa Triângulo

Casas Riegner

David Castillo

Central Fine

Galeria Pedro Cera

Chapter NY


James Cohan

Sadie Coles HQ

Commonwealth and Council

Company Gallery

Galleria Continua

Paula Cooper Gallery

Pilar Corrias


Cristea Roberts Gallery

Galerie Chantal Crousel

DAN Galeria

DC Moore Gallery

Tibor de Nagy


Jeffrey Deitch


Anat Ebgi

Andrew Edlin Gallery

galerie frank elbaz

Derek Eller Gallery

Thomas Erben Gallery

Larkin Erdmann

Daniel Faria Gallery

Eric Firestone Gallery

Konrad Fischer Galerie

Peter Freeman, Inc.

Stephen Friedman Gallery

James Fuentes




Gemini G.E.L.

François Ghebaly

Gladstone Gallery


Galería Elvira González

Goodman Gallery

Marian Goodman Gallery

Galerie Bärbel Grässlin


Garth Greenan Gallery

Greene Naftali

Galerie Karsten Greve

Cristina Guerra Contemporary Art

Hales Gallery

Hauser & Wirth

Galerie Max Hetzler

Hirschl & Adler Modern

Rhona Hoffman Gallery

Edwynn Houk Gallery

Pippy Houldsworth Gallery

Xavier Hufkens

Gallery Hyundai

Ingleby Gallery

Instituto de visión

Isla Flotante

Alison Jacques

rodolphe janssen

Jenkins Johnson Gallery

Kalfayan Galleries

Casey Kaplan



kaufmann repetto

Sean Kelly

Kerlin Gallery

Anton Kern Gallery

Galerie Peter Kilchmann

Tina Kim Gallery

Michael Kohn Gallery

David Kordansky Gallery

Andrew Kreps Gallery


Pearl Lam Galleries

Leeahn Gallery

Lehmann Maupin

Tanya Leighton

Galerie Lelong & Co.

Lévy Gorvy Dayan

Josh Lilley

Lisson Gallery

Luhring Augustine

Magenta Plains

Mai 36 Galerie


Jorge Mara – La Ruche

Matthew Marks Gallery

Barbara Mathes Gallery



Anthony Meier

Mendes Wood DM


Meyer Riegger



Victoria Miro

Mnuchin Gallery

Modern Art

The Modern Institute


mor charpentier

Galerie nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie


Galerie Nagel Draxler

Edward Tyler Nahem

Helly Nahmad Gallery



Nicodim Gallery

Night Gallery

Carolina Nitsch

Galleria Franco Noero

David Nolan Gallery

Galerie Nordenhake

Gallery Wendi Norris

Galerie Nathalie Obadia


Galleria Lorcan O’Neill Roma

Ortuzar Projects


Pace Gallery

Pace Prints


Parker Gallery

Parrasch Heijnen Gallery

Franklin Parrasch Gallery


Peres Projects



Galerie Jérôme Poggi

Polígrafa Obra Gràfica

Proyectos Monclova

Almine Rech

Regen Projects

Rele Gallery

Roberts Projects

Nara Roesler

ROH Projects

Thaddaeus Ropac

Meredith Rosen Gallery

Michael Rosenfeld Gallery

Lia Rumma

SCAI The Bathhouse

Esther Schipper

Schoelkopf Gallery

Galerie Thomas Schulte

Marc Selwyn Fine Art

Jack Shainman Gallery

Susan Sheehan Gallery

Sicardi Ayers Bacino

Sies + Höke

Sikkema Jenkins & Co.

Jessica Silverman

Simões de Assis


Fredric Snitzer Gallery


Sperone Westwater

Sprüth Magers

Galleria Christian Stein


Luisa Strina

Galería Sur

Timothy Taylor


Galerie Barbara Thumm

Tornabuoni Art

Travesía Cuatro

Two Palms

Rachel Uffner Gallery

Van de Weghe

Van Doren Waxter

Various Small Fires

Nicola Vassell

Vedovi Gallery

Venus Over Manhattan


Vielmetter Los Angeles

Waddington Custot

Galleri Nicolai Wallner


Michael Werner Gallery

White Cube

Yares Art

David Zwirner


Adams and Ollman

Albarrán Bourdais

Galerie Allen

Bradley Ertaskiran

Château Shatto

Dastan Gallery


Espacio Valverde

Fabian Lang


Charles Moffett


Gallery Nosco

Kendra Jayne Patrick

Pequod Co.

Portas Vilaseca Galeria

Project Native Informant

Galeria Dawid Radziszewski

Galeria Marilia Razuk


Soft Opening

Spinello Projects

Gallery Vacancy

Welancora Gallery


Espacio Continuo


Sebastian Gladstone

Gordon Robichaux

Gypsum Gallery

Carmo Johnson Projects




Proyectos Ultravioleta

Rolf Art

Smac Art Gallery


Catinca Tabacaru



Piero Atchugarry Gallery

Galerie Bernard Bouche

Casemore Gallery

Luis De Jesus Los Angeles

Gajah Gallery


Charlie James Gallery

Lyles & King

Galerie Eric Mouchet

Gunia Nowik Gallery

Galerie Alberta Pane

PKM Gallery

Ryan Lee

Richard Saltoun Gallery

Sapar Contemporary

Weinstein Gallery