More Than 70 Columbia Artists to Exhibit at Miami Beach Art Fairs

December 2, 2015

More than 70 Columbia students, alumni and faculty members will exhibit at this year's Miami Beach art fairs, including Art Basel Miami BeachNADAUntitled and Pulse.

Art Basel, one of the most prestigious and comprehensive art fairs worldwide, draws more than 70,000 visitors each year. Two hundred sixty-seven galleries will be exhibiting this year, and more than 60 of this year's exhibiting artists are Columbia students, faculty members, mentors and alumni. Leading international galleries show work from masters of modern and contemporary art as well as pieces by newly emerging stars. Paintings, sculptures, drawings, installations, photographs, films and editioned works of the highest quality are displayed in the main exhibition hall, while ambitious artworks and performances become part of the landscape at nearby beaches, Collins Park and SoundScape Park. The fair will open on Thursday, December 3, and close Sunday, December 6.

Columbia artists will also participate in satellite fairs around Miami Beach. NADA Miami Beach, hosted by the New Art Dealers Alliance from December 3 through 5, presents new or underexposed art that is not typical of the “art establishment.” Untitled opens December 2 and closes 6, and focuses on the work of emerging and midcareer contemporary artists. Pulse Miami Beach Contemporary Art Fair includes galleries from three continents, with over 85% presenting three artists or fewer.

Below, find a complete list of Columbia faculty, staff and alumni showing at this year's various art fairs, and view the Columbia Alumni Association Arts Access map here.


Columbia University at 2015 Miami Beach Art Fairs
 

Art Basel Miami Beach:


A1 - Waddington Custot Galleries
Agnes Martin ’48 TC

A3 - Timothy Taylor
Eduardo Terrazas

A6 - PPOW
Karen Arm

A14 - Tilton Gallery
Derrick Adams

B2 - Galerie Gmurzynska
Zaha Hadid ’05 Architecture
Louise Nevelson

B4 - Peter Freeman, Inc
Josephine Halvorson

B5 - Pace Gallery
Donald Judd ’53 GS

B7 –Annely Juda Fine Art
Edda Renouf

B19 - OMR
Julieta Aranda

B26 - Rhona Hoffman Gallery
Derrick Adams
Natalie Frank
Paula Hayes

B27- Gió Marconi Gallery
Kerstin Braetsch
Matthew Brannon

C4 – Acquavella Gallery
Frank Auerbach ’49 GSAS

C8 - Mnuchin Gallery
Donald Judd ’53 GS

C9 - Mitchell-Innes & Nash
Daniel Lefcourt
Leigh Ledare
Keltie Ferris

C11 - Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac
Elaine Sturtevant ’75

C 12 – Almine Rech Gallery
Eduardo Terrazas

C13 - Xavier Hufkens
David Altmejd
Jon Kessler

C14 - Regen Projects
Andrea Zittel

C15 - Neugerriemschneider
Rirkrit Tirivanija

C20 - Goodman Gallery
Candice Breitz ’97 GSAS

C22 - Susanne Vielmetter
Elizabeth Neel
Dasha Shishkin

C23 - Galerie Barbara Thumm
Chloe Piene ’93  Art History

C25 - Miguel Abreu Gallery
Eileen Quinlan

D5 – Barbara Mathes
Donald Judd

D6 - Van de Weghe
Donald Judd

D7 - Galerie Hans Mayer
Richard Nonas

D11 - Anthony Meier Fine Arts
Barnaby Furnas

D12 - Galeria Elvira González
Donald Judd ’53 GS

E4 - Stephen Friedman Gallery
Huma Bhabha

E6 - Tanya Bonakdar
Sarah Sze
Mark Dion

E8 - James Cohan Gallery
Alison Elizabeth Taylor

E9 - Stevenson
Dineo Seshee Bopape

E14 - Galerie Nathalie Obadia
Chloe Piene ’93 Art History

F3 - Vedovi Gallery
Donald Judd ’53 GS

F6 - Marlborough Chelsea
Justin Lowe

F10 - Paula Cooper Gallery
Bing Wright CC

G4 - kurimanzutto
Rirkrit Tiravanija

G9 - The Approach
Allison Katz

H6 - Van Doren Waxter
Donald Judd ’53 GS

H8 - Edward Tyler Nahem
Joan Mitchell ’50 CC

H10 - Franklin Parrasch Gallery
Jason Fox

H11 - Simon Lee
Donald Judd ’53 GS

H13 - Gladstone Gallery
Donald Judd ’53 GS
Gedi Sibony

J3 - Meyer Riegger
Jamie Isenstein

J4 - Casey Kaplan
Garth Weiser
Matthew Brannon

J5 – Andrew Kreps Gallery
Jamie Isenstein

J10 - Nils Staerk
Eduardo Terrazas

J13 - Context Art Miami
Nancy Cohen

J15 - Elizabeth Dee
John Giorno ’58 CC

K2 - Galerie 1900-2000
Edda Renouf  ’71

K4 - Michael Rosenfeld Gallery
Charles Alston TC
Charles G. Shaw ’14 Architecture
Alma Thomas ’37 Library Science

K9 - Galerie rodolphe janssen
Banks Violette

K17 - Petzel Gallery
Dana Schutz

K19 - David Zwirner
Donald Judd ’53 GS

K22 - The Modern Institute
Richard Wright

K23 - Sadie Coles HQ
Uri Aran
Andrea Zittel

K24 - David Kordansky
Matthew Brannon

L3 - Maccarone
Sarah Charlesworth ’69 BC
Anne Craven

L9 - White Cube
Josiah McElheny

L12 - Sikkema Jenkins & Co.
Marc Paul Handelman
Elizabeth Neel
Josephine Halvorson

L13 - Galerie Chantal Crousel
Rirkrit Tiravanija

L15 - Massimo De Carlo
Sanford Biggers

L16 - Sprüth Magers
Donald Judd ’53
Andrea Zittel

L18 - Gavin Brown Enterprises
Joan Jonas
Kerstin Braestch
Uri Aran
Elaine Sturtevant ’75 TC
Rirkrit Tiravanija

L19 - Campoli Presti
Eileen Quinlan
Daniel Lefcourt
Sean Paul

L20 - Standard (Oslo)
Ian Cheng

M2 - Contemporary Fine Arts
Dana Schutz

M3 - Salon 94
Huma Feroza Bhabha
Jon Kessler
Francesca DiMattio

M5 - Stuart Shave/Modern Art
Timothy Gardner
David Altmejd

M7 - Kukje Gallery / Tina Kim Gallery
Michael Joo

M9 - Victoria Miro
Barnaby Furnas

M10 - Andrea Rosen Gallery
Mika Rottenberg
Erik Wysocan
Matthew Ritchie
Josiah McElheny
Andrea Zittel
David Altmejd


Untitled:


Eric Firestone Gallery
Sanford Biggers

A11 - Inga Gallery
Ali Silverstein ’02 CC

NF Galeria
Rirkrit Tirivanija
Tomas Vu
 

NADA:


Artis
Guy Ben-Ner
Rona Yefman

Mesler/Feuer Gallery
Brie Ruais

Laurel Gitlen Gallery
Emily Mae Smith
 

LOYAL

Jesse Greenberg

Sculpture Center
Sanford Biggers
 

Fringe Projects:


Museum Park (PAMM)
David Brooks
 

Pulse:

 
Yola Monakhov Stockton
 

OTHER:

 
Boxelder
2825 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33127
Seth Scantlen

Fredericks and Freiser
David Humphrey