Miami Art Week 2017

As Art Basel Miami Beach and its satellite fairs prepare to open, we look at the emerging trends and talk to key artists and collectors. We’ll report from the city throughout Miami Art Week, covering sales, surrounding events and museum openings.

An exhibition explores the ways technology is changing human behaviour

An exhibition of three major figures in Cuban geometric art — a movement both sophisticated and radical

It has cachet with a young crowd and ‘none of the bling of other fairs’

Two newly renovated museums showcase the work of Ugo Rondinone, Pascale Marthine Tayou and Mika Rottenberg

The school in rural Zambia will feature a mural by Rashid Johnson and furniture by Swiss architects Christ & Gantenbein

Fair highlights, from an ‘isolation pod’ to rapid liquid printing

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The new chief executive of the ArtCenter/South Florida on raising the profile of local artists

Fewer galleries are showing ‘art fair art’ as politics and outside issues seep in

The artist talks about his formative influences and feelings about the future

Environmentally conscious art and high-end editions; François Morellet on show in the US; auction records set in Hong Kong

Regional art markets are growing steadily in South America

Artist Lars Jan about his ‘walking meditation’ on climate change and flooding

A Miami installation reminds us of environmental fragility — and the trend for interactive art

Who would set up a gallery in a place where selling art is forbidden?

What to see at Art Miami, Nada, Pinta, Untitled, Ink, Pulse, Satellite and Scope

What to see around the city

The former financier and US ambassador looks back on the foundations of his stunning New York school collection

A ‘gem of a collection’, lovingly created over many years, comes up for sale

The collector Cherine Magrabi is taking a booth at this year’s Design Miami fair to showcase Lebanese talent

Lauren Greenfield, currently on show in New York, continues her researches into the dark side of the hyper-rich