Miami Art Week 2018

As Art Basel Miami Beach opens its doors, we look at the fairs, people and trends shaping the art market in the Americas

An intriguing show traces a journey from youthful minimalism to vivid celebrations of women’s potential

The homeless painter’s penetrating works depict slaves, prisoners and protesters

This year’s event finds an increasing acceptance among collectors of new work that falls between furniture and art

Fascinated by power and capital, the New York-based artist produces work that resists easy interpretation

Big names are still a safe bet for galleries at fairs, but embracing new markets might prove a canny move

The Mexican artist presents their most personal exhibition to date

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As Cuban art goes on show in Miami, artists back home are being jailed after protesting a draconian new law

Known for creating seven-foot bronze penises, the artist-designer duo’s recent work is less about sex and more about the natural world

Plus: Medieval forgeries for show; Pace steps up in New York; momentum builds at fee-free auction business

The Argentine artist is undertaking an ambitious commission for Miami Beach

The financier on creating a new public foundation that reflects a very personal passion

‘Autorreconstrucción’, the artist’s installation in Miami, is Art Basel’s first free public exhibition

An exhibition of ‘outsider art’ raises questions about how museums shape the canon

A Florida exhibition of letters, poetry and drawings by inmates aims to shed light on the realities of mass incarceration

Art Basel is at the centre of changes to the fair landscape, with concerns over smaller galleries and regional events

She now co-represents the estate of renowned German photographers Bernd and Hilla Becher

All over the country, artists are making powerful work about the impact of decades of violence and isolation

Previously seen as a lowly ‘craft’, the medium has been embraced by commercial galleries and experimental artists alike

The Paraguay-born artist’s work will be shown in depth at a major fair for the first time