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As the media partner of Art Basel Miami Beach, the Financial Times is making its content free to read in Miami on November 30-December 5. Visit FT.com for information and insight you can trust. Read our news and analysis from across the Americas, and arts and culture from around the world. View our Collecting: Art in the Americas series.

During our partnership, we have seen the fair on home turf in Basel and its Miami sister multiply, acquiring its third important base in Hong Kong and expanding in new and original ways. This year's new initiative is Art Basel Cities, which has announced that its first project will take place in Buenos Aires. 

It's fitting that a Latin American capital is the first focus of Art Basel Cities, since Art Basel Miami Beach is an event that unites the Americas in a unique way. The FT's coverage, which includes a 12-page supplement entitled Art in the Americas, extra pages in the first section of the FT later this week and extensive online offerings, aims to celebrate Miami's art week in its entirety, and its preeminent place in the art scene of the entire continent. We hope you enjoy it - Jan Dalley, arts editor

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Rene Gonzalez’s house on stilts in Miami
The new elevated space hosts a show of international design

CGI of a Miami Beach house by architect Rene Gonzalez © Michael Klausmeier

Travelling show of Obama busts arrive in Miami
‘Visions of our 44th President’ comprises designs by 44 African-American artists

Left to right: busts by Ted Ellis, Barkley Hendricks and Philemona Williamson
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