SCULPTURE POSITIONS



Sculpture Positions is a curatorial program that provides the opportunity for exhibitors to present experimental and innovative developments in contemporary sculpture throughout the fair.

SOUND POSITIONS



The program of CONTEXT Sound Positions started in Miami in 2014, and since then has been a strong platform for the presentation of Sound Art in our fair editions in Miami and New York. Sound Positions creates immersive and intimate situations for listening to work by an international selection of emerging and established sound artists. The exhibition will feature individual listening stations dedicated to the work of a solo artist.

 

GALLERIES ASSOCIATION OF KOREA



Galleries Association of Korea, as a meeting of nationwide galleries, was founded in 1976 with a sense of duty to the establishment of order in the circulation and to foster a sound art market as well as to promote the understanding and popularization of art and contribute to the global advancement of the culture of art. It was registered as a social organization of the ministry of culture and information in 1979. By being promoted to a corporation in 1991, its social obligation has been strengthened.

Participating Galleries in the Art Miami Pavilion:
Galerie Bhak, Gallery Baton, GALLERY LEE & BAE, KEUMSAN GALLERY, LEEHWAIK GALLERY, PAIK HAE YOUNG GALLERY, PYO Gallery Seoul, Soul Art Space and Wellside Gallery.

Participating Galleries in the CONTEXT Pavilion:
Baiksong Gallery, CHUNG JARK GALLERY, Gallery Banditrazos, Galerie GAIA, GALLERY JUNG, GALLERY MAC, gallery NoW and NINE Gallery.


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Donald Ian McCaw - Heron Arts, San Francisco



Donald Ian McCaw is a Canadian artist who situates his very personal autobiographical paintings in the context of a very impersonal story about a businessman seeking to reinvent the way fine art is made. McCaw plays out the story of Mba Fabrications Inc. at art fairs where he presents outrageous business initiatives with convincing earnestness. As Blake Gopnik wrote in ARTNET News in March 2017,“McCaw has created a trompe-l’oeil vision of our current intersection of science, business, finance and art”.

 

Nadja Marci - Thomas Jaeckel Gallery, New York



in the CONTEXT Art Miami Pavilion Thomas Jaeckel Gallery is pleased to present a performance/installation by German-born artist Nadja Marcin. “OPHELIA” will be an architectural, interdisciplinary performance—presented live and as video sculpture—which evokes questions of anthropocentric attitudes and actions that are resulting in human destruction of the biosphere. The iconic artwork and text that have inspired and will inform this performance, include “Ophelia” (John Everett Millais, 1852), “Three Ball Total Equilibrium Tank” (Jeff Koons, 1985), and text from “The Werld” (Daniil Kharms, 1939)
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