Art Basel Events

Sagamore Hotel. "P2P: Power to the People": Part of -scope/Miami, this exhibit by Matt, Rob, and Susan Gorbet is an interactive billboard that "offers unusual control over the urban environment." Also at the Sagamore, "Bay Street" by Billy Berry. Dec. 2-5. 1671 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, 305-535-8088.

SkyBar at The Shore Club. Art Basel: Art Lounge: Maybe you can't afford to spend the night at The Shore Club, but don't let that stop you from partying with A-list guests. A secret special guest will surprise you as you lounge about the grounds. Starts at 10 p.m. Through Dec. 5. 305-695-3345. 1901 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, 305-358-1999.

SRX Studio. "Parallel Universe - A Group Show of the New Movement": Paintings, sculpture, and works in several types of media by 31 artists. Dec. 3-7. 305-762-5757. "Analytical Observations - Dimension, Illusion and Spirit": By David Rohn, a Miami artist who likes to explore the issues surrounding varying dimensional spaces. Also, in Studio 220, an exhibition by Megumi Fukasawa entitled "Mosaic." Dec. 3-7. 220-228 NE 59th St, Miami, 305-244-6224,

John Espinosa, “Standing Still While We Move Across Land”
John Espinosa, “Standing Still While We Move Across Land”
Photos by Mark Seliger
Photos by Mark Seliger

The Townhouse Hotel. "IPO: Market Research": Octavio Campos, Dinorah de Jesus Rodriguez, and Michelle Weinberg combine talents to create this multidisciplinary work representing the launch of a business. Dec. 2-5. Performance-scope!: Part of the -scopeMiami Art Fair, Performance-scope will feature performance art at the Townhouse Hotel and other locations around Miami. Dec. 2-5. "Culture on the Verge": IPO rooftop party at 9 p.m. Fri., Dec. 3. -scope/Miami: An international art fair during Art Basel, including a site-specific exhibit by the MSG/Newness art group from Leonard Tachmes Gallery of Miami. The show brings together more than 70 exhibitors and curators from around the U.S. and Europe. Noon-8 p.m. Dec. 2-5. $10. 150 20th St, Miami Beach, 305-534-3800.

TransEAT. Moving On: Celebration and Sale: Eating their way across international boundaries, TransEat, the Miami satellite kitchen of the Food Culture Museum, is moving its collections and activities to its new Barcelona headquarters. When art moves, you win, as they plan on having a massive sale of diverse works by Miralda. The sale sign marks the spot. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Through Dec. 4. 2417 N Miami Ave, Miami, 305-576-0406.

The Wolfsonian-FIU. "Beauty-In-Advertising": Work by Richard Tuttle using the inside and outside of the Wolfsonian building. Unveiling on Dec. 3, 8-11 p.m. Starting Dec. 3. Daily. 1001 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, 305-531-1001.

World Arts Building. "Miami Now": Edge Zones presents this exhibit by 32 artists, including Nestor Arena, Chris Culver, and Nelson Gutierrez. Through Dec. 23. 2214 N Miami Ave, Miami, 305-303-8852.

World Class Boxing. "Inverted Retrograde Theme, USA (House for a Songbird)": By Simon Starling will be on exhibit during Art Basel. Open 9 a.m.-noon. Dec. 2-5. 170 NW 23rd St, Miami,

Xavier Cortada Studio. "Sacred Grove: Interpreting our Nature": Lea Nickless and Xavier Cortada explore Florida's mangrove forests in paintings and other media. Through Jan. 8, 2005. 104 SW 9th St, Miami, 305-903-8988,

Yosoy Gallery. "Kabbalart" & "Metallic Poem": Works by Joshua Tiktin and Spanish sculptor Fernando Cid de Diego. Art Basel parties from noon-midnight on Dec. 3-4. Call for other appointments. Dec. 2-5. 21 NW 36th St, Miami, 305-343-5482.

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