Newsletter No. 1
October 1, 2015

JORGE OTERO, Untitled(2), 2015
Digital photography
Courtesy of NG Art & Gallery


Celebrating its 15th anniversary edition, SCOPE returns to its prestigious location on the sands of Miami Beach. Alongside well-established Exhibitors, SCOPE’s robust programming features three curated sections: Juxtapoz Presents, the Breeder Program, and FEATURE. With many returning galleries upgrading to larger booths, SCOPE Miami Beach will debut a more spacious tent, welcoming 115 International Exhibitors from 22 countries and 57 cities.

To accommodate an expanded VIP Program, SCOPE has built a monumental entrance Atrium that showcases the beauty of Miami Beach and serves as a dedicated space to host a daily offering of exclusive VIP events.

Located at Ocean Drive and 8th Street, SCOPE Miami Beach opens on Tuesday, December 1, with its exclusive Platinum VIP First View, VIP & Press Preview, and to the general public December 2 - 6, 2015.

Elizabeth Houston Gallery
  Gallery On Wade

Backsplice, 2015
Acrylic on board

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Esclusivo Red/Green, 2013
Metal, plastic, automotive paint, plexiglass
13.5 x 36 x 12 in.

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Hans Alf Gallery | Copenhagen
Lawrence Alkin Gallery | London
Alternative Collections | Buffalo
Andenken Gallery | Amsterdam
Art Unified | Venice Beach
Gallery artpark | Karlsruhe
Asterisk Projects | Brooklyn
AUREUS Contemporary | Providence
Axiom Contemporary | Santa Monica
Azart Gallery | New York
Galerie Virginie Barrou Planquart | Paris
Bart Gallery | Cologne
Gallery Bastejs | Riga
Beautiful Asset | Beijing
Alessandro Berni Gallery | Perugia
Beta Galeria | Bogotá
Dean Borghi Fine Art | New York
Boulderton | Hong Kong
Galeria C-Arte | Buenos Aires
C.A.V.E. Gallery | Venice Beach
Galerie C.O.A. | Montreal
Callan Contemporary | New Orleans
Celaya Brothers Gallery | Mexico City
Chung Jark Gallery | Seoul
ClampArt | New York
Clark Gallery | Lincoln
Contempop Gallery | Tel Aviv
The Cool Hunter | Melbourne
Copro Gallery | Santa Monica
Corridor Gallery | Tel Aviv
Dan Hort Projects | New York
De Re Gallery | Los Angeles
Dialecto Gallery | San Francisco
FIFTY24MX Gallery | Mexico City
FitzGerald Fine Arts | New York
The Flat - Massimo Carasi | Milan
Robert Fontaine Gallery | Miami
Emmanuel Fremin Gallery | New York
french art studio | London
Gallery G-77 | Kyoto
G.M.A | Las Vegas
Galerie Eric & Valerie GALEA | L´Isle sur la Sorgue
Gallery on Wade | Toronto
Gauntlet Gallery | San Francisco
Sergio Gonçalves Galeria
| São Paulo
Gallery Frédéric Got | Paris
Joseph Gross Gallery | New York
Grundemark Nilsson | Berlin
H-art Gallery | Tokyo
Habatat Galleries | Royal Oak
Galerie Mark Hachem | Paris
Gallery HO | New York
Hoerle-Guggenheim Gallery | New York
Rebecca Hossack Gallery | London
Elizabeth Houston Gallery | New York
In The Gallery | Copenhagen
Inner State Gallery | Detroit
Island6 Arts Center | Hong Kong


JanKossen Contemporary Art Gallery | Basel | New York
K+Y Gallery |
Kallenbach Gallery
| Amsterdam
Kim Jae Sun Gallery | Busan
Galerie Kunstkomplex | Wuppertal
LaCa Projects | Charlotte
LET THERE BE ART | Mexico City
Evan Lurie Gallery | Carmel
Mario Mauroner Contemporary Art | Vienna
Thomas V. Meyer - Fine Art | San Francisco
Miami's Independent Thinkers | Miami
Mika Gallery | Tel Aviv
Ministry of Walls
| Cologne
Mirus Gallery | San Francisco
MLB Gallery | Rome
MMFA | Indianapolis
Modus Art Gallery | Paris
Mordekai | Long Island City
Lelia Mordoch Gallery | Miami | Paris
N'Namdi Contemporary | Miami
NextArt Galéria | Budapest
NG Art & Gallery | Panama City
NY 1978 | New York
Ohshima Fine Art | Tokyo
Onishi Gallery | New York
OSME Gallery | Vienna           
Pabellón 4 Arte Contemporaneo | Buenos Aires
Barbara Paci Art Gallery | Pietrasanta
Paradigm Gallery + Studio | Philadelphia
Parlor Gallery | Asbury Park
Pashmin Art Gallery | Hamburg
Rice Polak Gallery | Provincetown
Project Gallery | Hollywood
The Public House of Art | Amsterdam
Red Truck Gallery | New Orleans
Duane Reed Gallery | St. Louis
Res Non Verba | Buenos Aires
Rumney Guggenheim | New York
Rush Arts Galleries | New York
The Schoolhouse Gallery | Provincetown
Seoul Contemporary | Seoul
SIA NY | New York
Soze Gallery | West Hollywood
Station 16 Gallery | Montreal
Stolenspace | London
Street Art Anarchy | New York
Gallery Tableau | Seoul
Taglialatella Galleries | New York
TBD Independent Projects | Miami
Thinkspace | Culver City
Tribe13 Gallery | San Francisco
Triumph Gallery | Moscow
Untitled Projects | Los Angeles
Vogelsang Gallery | Brussels
Galerie Wolfsen | Aalborg


Sergio Goncalves Galeria
  MLB Gallery

Spacial Drawings, 2005
Sculpture of colored pencils

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Onore al Nero: Untitled, 2003
Lambda print on dibond
81 x 100 cm

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Dean Borghi Fine Art
  Beta Galeria

D#5, 2014
Oil on canvas
150 x 100 cm

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Todo es Mentira (Estudio de la cuarta parte de una mentira), 2015

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Thinkspace Art Gallery
  SOZE Gallery

The Uneven Pinion, 2015
Acrylic on hand cut wood sculpture
24 x 24 x 6 in.

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Reflection 2, 2015
50 x 40 cm

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Now in its 4th edition, Juxtapoz Presents celebrates artwork that bends, blends and transcends genre. Featuring 17 innovative galleries, the Juxtapoz Presents program embodies the New Contemporary that is SCOPE's hallmark and adds a singular dynamism to the Miami Beach 2015 show.

In addition, SCOPE is excited to introduce the Juxtapoz | SCOPE Print Series, in collaboration with 1xRUN. The print series will feature a portfolio of 10 artists, in editions of 100. Participating artists will be hand-signing editions for collectors and fans at a series of events to take place within the SCOPE Miami Beach Pavilion.

Long-established as the original incubator for emerging work, SCOPE’s Breeder Program celebrates its 15th year of introducing new galleries to the contemporary market. A remarkable opportunity for exposure, Breeder Program alumni include: Peres Projects, John Connelly Presents, Galeria Enrique Guerrero, Daniel Reich Gallery, Bischoff/ Weiss, INVISIBLE-EXPORTS, SEVENTEEN, ROKEBY, Taxter Spengemann, Magical Artroom and Spinello Projects, among other notable galleries.

FEATURE Miami Beach 2015 highlights galleries presenting artists who expand upon and challenge the traditional definition of photography. With 10 participating international exhibitors, FEATURE will showcase innovative photo-based work from around the globe.

With over 75 art fairs spanning more than 15 years, SCOPE is celebrated as the premier showcase for international emerging contemporary art and multi-disciplinary creative programming.

Renowned for its uncanny ability to forecast new visual trends that are embraced globally, SCOPE Art Shows garner extensive critical acclaim and over 500 million annual impressions across print, digital and television.

With cumulative sales well over one billion dollars and attendance of 1.2 million visitors, SCOPE Art Show is the largest and most global emerging art fair in the world.


Located in the heart of South Beach, the iconic Loews Miami Beach Hotel boasts 790 luxury guestrooms, situated directly on the Atlantic Ocean. The hotel features a palm tree lined promenade, oceanfront sparkling pool, the St-Tropez inspired, state-of-the-art SOAK Cabana Deck with private rooftop terraces, the new exhale South Beach spa and 65,000 square feet of meeting and function space. Guests can indulge in seven restaurants and bars including Nautilus, Preston’s and Scoops, in addition to the hotel’s newest dining concept - the first outpost of New York City's beloved Lure Fishbar - located in the hotel’s historic St. Moritz building. Additional amenities include SoBe Kids’ Camp, a fitness center and premium shopping at Splash and Splish retail boutiques.

For additional information or to make a reservation at Loews Miami Beach Hotel, please call 305-604-1601, toll free 800-23-LOEWS or visit

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