Art Basel celebrates its 20th anniversary edition in Miami Beach with 282 premier galleries – the largest show to date – including 25 first-time participants as well as multiple exhibitors returning after a pandemic hiatus. More than half of this year’s galleries have principal gallery locations in North and South America, joined by new and returning exhibitors from around the world, including Africa, Asia, and Europe.
Presenting solo exhibitions by emerging international artists, this year’s Positions sector will feature 19 solo presentations and welcomes 11 new participants. Highlights from the sector include new paintings by Tonia Nneji that continue her series ‘Uncommon Lands, Common Grounds,’ which investigates the role of commemorative religious fabrics in unfamiliar contexts, presented by Rele Gallery; first-time participant And Now’s presentation of materially abstract paintings by Leslie Martinez bridging queerness and border politics; and works by Ishi Glinsky, honoring Indigenous people’s connection to land through material exploration and reimagined production, at first-time participant Chris Sharp Gallery. For the full gallery list for Positions, please visit artbasel.com/miami-beach/positions.
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