Scope Miami Beach: Sex and Satire Rule the Showcase of Korean Art Trends

Scope Miami Beach opens its doors the to the general public today and festival goers are about to get a taste of some of the best contemporary art around the globe. Where else but in this billowy white tent on 9th and Ocean Drive can work from Havana, Seoul, New Orleans, and Buenos Aires stand shoulder to shoulder, awaiting the eager gaze of critics and art lovers alike?

This year's exhibition doesn't disappoint. With over a 130 galleries squeezed into maze-like alcoves, navigating the show's vast expanse can prove tricky for even the most seasoned connoisseurs.

Don't fret, we're here to break down the shows that stand-out from the pack.

See also: Art Basel Miami Beach 2014 Fairs Guide

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Neil Vazquez is an arts and entertainment writer who works at the intersection of highbrow and lowbrow A Miami native and Northwestern University graduate, he usually can be found sipping overpriced coffee, walking his golden retriever, or doing yoga.
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