Press Release  October 1, 2018

SCOPE Miami Beach Returns with Focus on New Contemporary

Image courtesy of SCOPE Art Show

SCOPE Miami Beach Pavillion 2017

Celebrating its 18th edition, SCOPE Miami Beach returns to its bespoke pavilion on the sands of Ocean Drive and 8th Street. Honoring its mission to provide a platform for discovery, SCOPE welcomes a diverse range of invited exhibitors, featuring a fresh selection of emerging galleries in its New Contemporary program.

With an emphasis on innovation, SCOPE Miami Beach sets itself apart by offering a 360° experience of Contemporary Art that encompasses VIP Programming, immersive Special Projects, compelling brand integrations and a dynamic array of Museum and Cultural Partners.

Courtesy of Quique Rico & Ink and Movement

Okuda San Miguel, 2018 Installation

In addition, SCOPE Miami Beach deepens its ties with the New Contemporary and Street Art genres by celebrating HI-FRUCTOSE’s 14th year in publication. The publication will be transforming the SCOPE tent with ambitious projects curated by the legendary publication, featuring artists Okuda, Hot Tea, and AJ Fosik.

Complementing these museum quality installations, SCOPE is enlisting Andrew Hosner to assemble a focused Exhibitor Program of the most influential galleries in this genre.

Amidst praise from collectors, SCOPE will continue its dynamic VIP Programming with an exclusive series of talks and events. SCOPE will also offer an exclusive shuttle service for VIP Cardholders, courtesy of Porsche.

SCOPE Miami Beach opens on December 4, with its Platinum First View and VIP + Press Preview, and will open to the public December 5-9, 2018.

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