Design Miami/ returns to Pride Park, Miami Beach 2022
Design Miami/ returns to Pride Park, Miami Beach for its 18th edition, with 50 galleries and Curios set to explore the theme The Golden Age: Looking to the Future
September 15, 2022 - Design Miami/ is delighted to present the 18th edition of its Miami Beach fair, running November 30 - December 4, 2022, with Preview Day on November 29, 2022. Taking place in Pride Park, opposite the Miami Beach Convention Center, the fair will feature 50 gallery and Curio exhibitions, presented alongside an exciting program of partnerships and collaborations, inspired by this year’s theme, The Golden Age: Looking to the Future.
Jen Roberts, CEO of Design Miami/, says: “We’re filled with excitement for the 18th edition of our Miami Beach fair. We look forward to welcoming a brilliant line-up of new and returning exhibitors across our gallery, Curio and partner programs, whose presentations are set to inspire and delight audiences both in person and across our digital programming. We look forward to sharing exciting previews over the coming months”.
The Golden Age is Design Miami/’s overarching theme for 2022. Selected by Curatorial Director, Maria Cristina Didero, it refers to a metaphorical concept shared across cultures through time and space, whether applied to utopian futures or idealized histories. In June, Design Miami/ Basel explored this thematic through the lens of history and under the title The Golden Age: Rooted in the Past. The Miami fair focuses on how the theme epitomizes hope for the future, lighting the path towards our highest aspirations. The title for the Miami fair, The Golden Age: Looking to the Future will celebrate a tomorrow of our own creation.
Maria Cristiana Didero, Curatorial Director of Design Miami/, says: “I selected the theme The Golden Age with the ambition of exploring how it might be applied across great scratches of human existence, from the distant past, to our collective future. Design Miami’s flagship fair at Miami Beach is always full of energy and optimism for the future. At a time when human beings are challenged in unprecedented ways, I hope that the theme will offer a source of inspiration to imagine and shape a brighter future for human beings and our planet”.
Design Miami/ 2022 Galleries/
AGO Projects/ Mexico City Ateliers Courbet/ New York Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts/ New York Carpenters Workshop Gallery/ Paris CONVERSO/ Chicago Cristina Grajales/ New York Diletante42/ São Paulo Friedman Benda/ New York Gallery ALL/ Beverly Hills Galerie BSL/ Paris Galleria Antonella Villanova/ Foiano Della Galerie Maria Wettergren/ Paris Galerie Negropontes/ Paris Galerie Patrick Seguin/ Paris Galerie SCENE OUVERTE/ Paris Gallery FUMI/ London Hostler Burrows/ New York Ippodo Gallery/ New York Jason Jacques/ New York John Keith Russell/ South Salem Lebreton/ Monaco Magen H Gallery/ New York Mercado Moderno/ Rio de Janeiro Mindy Solomon Gallery/ Miami Moderne Gallery/ Philadelphia Nilufar/ Milan Objective Gallery/ New York Ornamentum/ Hudson R & Company/ New York Sarah Myerscough Gallery/ London Southern Guild/ Cape Town The Future Perfect/ New York Thomsen Gallery/ New York Todd Merrill Studio/ New York Twenty First Gallery/ New York Wexler Gallery/ Philadelphia Design Miami/ 2022 Curios/ Aqua Creations/ Englewood Elisabetta Cipriani/ London Emma Scully Gallery/ New York GUFRAM/ Barolo Harry Nuriev/ New York J. Lohmann Gallery/ New York MONIOMI Design/ Miami Objects of Common Interest/ New York R & Company/ New York Rademakers Gallery/ Amsterdam Room 57/ New York Stroll Garden/ Los Angeles Superhouse/ New York Tuleste Factory/ New York
Among the many highlights of this year’s fair, Design Miami/ 2022 is delighted to add a number of exciting new names to its gallery program.
Ippodo Gallery (New York) is committed to creating shared empathetic, craft-oriented experiences through engagement with Japanese art and culture. For it’s Design Miami/ debut, the gallery is honored to present Extreme Surfaces, an extensive exhibition of contemporary Japanese kogei (art and craft). The exhibition is a juxtaposition of three distinct object types: the surfaces of form-active works—represented by Kodai Ujiie, Kota Arinaga, and Yukiya Izumita—are fabricated from mosaic shapes that disrupt an otherwise smooth exterior. Surface-active works—Terumasa Ikeda and Koji Hatakeyama—are distinguished by an expressive decoration of the external layer, and vector-active works—notably Shigeru Uchida—are engineered with linear and regular shapes that join seamlessly.
Gallery Negropontes (Paris) makes its Miami debut with a presentation of unique creations by exceptional designers and craftspeople who are reinventing the French decorative arts, offering collectible, museum-quality contemporary design that offers a dialogue between tradition and modernity. The gallery’s presentation highlights the search for new techniques and materials, or those transformed from their traditional use. This includes pieces created especially for Design Miami/, including work by Etienne Moyat, a monumental wood sculptor whose decorative panels immerse viewers in a dreamlike universe; Erwann Boulloud, whose pair of Atacamita II enfilades are crafted in polished bronze and designed to crackle like dry earth, inviting us into his offbeat universe. Hervé Langlais explores pure lines with mathematical geometry and vibrant colors: his Collection Pop includes the Triptyque mirror, the Arche console and the Métaphore side table.
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Schedule of Events/
Tuesday, November 29, 2022
Members Preview/ 11am-12pm
Collectors Preview/ 12pm - 7pm
Press Preview/ 2pm-7pm
Wednesday November 30, 2022
VIP Preview/ 11am - 1pm
Public Show Days/
Wednesday November 30/ 1pm - 7pm
Thursday December 1/ 11am - 7pm
Friday December 2/ 12pm - 7pm
Saturday December 3/ 12pm - 7pm
Sunday December 4/ 12pm - 6pm
Visiting the Fair/
To learn more about the 18th edition of Design Miami/, please visit www.designmiami.com.