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Shi Jindian's Changjiang 750 with Two Wheels, shown by Contemporary by Angela Li at Scope. The piece is made of colored stainless steel wire.

You won't have enough time to see all the art in Miami during Art Week. There are more than 15 satellite fairs, plus private collections, museums, special exhibits and private parties. You'll have to pick and choose among the many venues.

If your time is short and you're already going to Art Basel Miami Beach, Scope is an easy choice since it is relatively close.

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White Walls Gallery of San Francisco presented one of the most intriguing displays with this selection from artist ROA at Scope.

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Detail of the ROA's exhibit.

Scope is at 801 Ocean Drive, about a 30-minute walk from Art Basel Miami Beach and a five- or ten-minute walk from Untitled. Scope is open Wednesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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Little Artist by Hung Liu at Turner Carroll, Scope 2011.

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A piece shown by White Walls Gallery at Scope 2011.

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James Kennedy's Retrorapsodie, 2011, at Scope 2011.

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Detail of vitrine by D*Face shown by Corey Helford Gallery at Scope 2011.

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Nathan Slate Joseph's Sari Kimono Suite Ishown by Robert Fontaine Gallery at Scope 2011.

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Detail of Marcus Antonius Jansen's Rock-a-bye Baby at Scope 2011.

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Pilgrimage Series - The Red, by Yang Yang at Art Asia 2011.

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Blue Pier by Warner Friedman at Scope 2011.

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Detail of Frontal Bone by WK, shown by Jonathan LeVine Gallery at Scope 2011.

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A painting by Jorge Chirinos Sanchez at Scope 2011.

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Karlos Carcamo's Hard Edge Painting at Scope 2011.

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Impulsive, by La Ba Quan, shown by AiBo Fine Asian Art at Art Asia 2011.

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Farley Aguilar had a large display of zombies, ghouls and other creatures, plus this (presumably haunted) house in a project curated by Anthony Spinello at Scope 2011.

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Detail of Three Steps No. 1 by Shi Jindian, made out of colored stainless steel wire. This beautiful three-dimensional piece is not done justice by the photo. It was shown by Contemporary by Angela Li at Scope 2011. The motorcycle at the top of the page is by the same artist in the same technique.

For a complete discussion of all the art fairs in Miami plus tips on hotels and transportation, see our article on Art Basel Miami Beach

Other art fairs in Miami the same weekend that you might be interested in:
Art Basel Miami Beach
Art Miami
NADA

Other pages on art that you might be interested in:
Art Basel in Switzerland
ArtPrize in Grand Rapids, MI
New York Art Galleries
The Venice Biennale

Lectures on the Contemporary Art Scene

Understanding Abstract Art
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