Whether you're dropping mad bills on original pieces of contemporary art or simply admiring the work, Basel week can be relatively expensive. From admission fees to parking costs, mixed drinks and gourmet street food, Basel budgeting can be real a bitch.
Lucky for y'all, we've teamed up with folks at Scope Miami Art Fair and Smart Car to help curb the financial burden. We're giving away two pairs of general admission passes--that's four tickets total--to two lucky loyal Cultist followers. Best of all, each pass is good for two people.
Find out how to win after the cut.
Surely you know our giveaway routine by now. All you have to do is "like" the Cultist Facebook page and leave a comment on the Scope Miami Giveaway post. Tell us about your favorite artist or the first time you experienced Basel week. What were some of the highlights?
We'll pick two random winners on Monday, November 28 at 2 p.m. and contact them via Facebook. We'll then forward your information to our friends a Scope and they'll take care of the rest.
SCOPE Art Fair is celebrating their 11th year in Miami with an 80,000 square foot pavilion in the heart of Midtown. The show opens to the public on November 30 and runs through December 4.
Good luck, and happy Basel.
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