Every year, Scope manages to eclipse all other fairs, including Basel, and this year is no different. From FriendsWithYou to Mr. Brainwash, see why you don't have to go to the convention center to see the best art during the week.
Wednesday night, Art Positions opened up to the public in Collins Park in Miami Beach. The official Basel-sponsored event also included Art Loves Music, which featured the French electro trio Yelle. Click here to read the full review of Yelle's performance.
One of the city's newest galleries, Our House West of Wynwoof -- O.H.W.O.W. for short -- is holding It Ain't Fair. Get it? It Ain't Fair. Tuesday night, A.R.E. Weapons and JD Samson helped kick off the festivities.
Long considered the anti-Basel, NADA Art Fair's organizers' belief is that art is for everyone. Returning once again to Ice Palace Studios, located on the edge of Overtown, the fair opened Tuesday night with a performance by Casiotone for the Painfully Alone.
Famed photographer David LaChapelle's Jesus in my Homeboy exhibit made its Art Basel debut Tuesday night at Wolfgang Roth & Partners in the Design District. Also on exhibit were sculptures by Arne Quinze.