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Art Week

Art Week

SUN NOV 27 – SUN DEC 4

We’re counting down to the most “art-tastic” time of year: Miami Beach Art Week!

Visit The Bass during Art Basel: Miami Beach from Sunday November 27 through Sunday December 4 and be inspired by international contemporary art, enriching artist talks, special guided tours and fabulous parties.

Enjoy extended museum hours as The Bass opens daily from 10am to 5pm starting Sunday November 27. Get ready for an out of this world exhibition by Argentinean artist Adrián Villar Rojas: The End of Imagination, on view beginning Sunday November 27. Also stop by Jamilah Sabur’s metaphysical and meteorological solo exhibition, The Harvesters. Be sure to save the date for Curator Culture with the Kramlich Collection on Wednesday November 30 and a special talk with the Ruben Foundation on Saturday December 3.

Private tours led by trained educators and docent staff are available! Inquire about price and availability to book your tour by contacting [email protected].

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All museum members are invited to dance the night away at The Bass’ annual Wednesday night celebration, honoring artists, galleries and Art Basel VIPs. Members at the Insider level and above enjoy access to a curated ‘artinerary’ of events from local art organizations and galleries. With the Bass Art Pass members gain access to the best art fairs in the city including Art Basel, Art Miami + Context, Design Miami, SCOPE, Untitled and so much more!

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Not yet a member? Join now at the Benefactor level and above to access the best Miami Beach Art Week has to offer. Quantities are limited so don’t miss your chance!

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Check back often for event updates. Or sign up to our newsletter for the latest information on Miami Beach Art Week at The Bass.

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When visiting The Bass be sure to park at the Collins Park municipal garage located one block northwest of The Bass during your visit to the museum.

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Upcoming Events

Monday, November 28
ART WEEK | THE HARVESTERS

For The Harvesters, Sabur weaves a series of interconnected works into an exhibition that confronts the labor and economies of extraction. Sabur examines climate change, particularly long-term shifts in temperatures and weather patterns, as an expression of geological rhythms. Sabur uses the theme of harvesting as double entendre to connect with her ongoing interest in mining and mineral extraction, especially in the context of post-colonial states and their conception of boundaries.

Learn more about the artist on our exhibition page.

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Monday, November 28
ART WEEK | ADRIÁN VILLAR ROJAS WITH MARIANA TELLERIA: EL FIN DE LA IMAGINACIÓN

El fin de la imaginación (The End of Imagination) includes newly commissioned sculptural and installation works, as well as older work recontextualized by the artist. Known for materially rich installations, Villar Rojas transforms spaces by creating immersive environments and experiences, inviting viewers to be explorers of the unpredictable microcosmos in his design while probing existential questions relating to the temporality of humanity and the ephemerality of nature.

Visit the exhibition page to learn more.

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Monday, November 28
MIAMI ART WEEK | EXTENDED MUSUEM HOURS

Throughout the week, art-lovers enjoy extended museum hours with general admission as The Bass opens daily from 10 AM to 5PM.

Check out new exhibitions including Adrián Villar Rojas: The End of Imagination and Jamilah Sabur: The Harvesters, as well as ongoing exhibitions including Phraseology and Open Storage.

Stop by The Bass Shop for unique gifts and The Bass Café for lite bites. Visit our Miami Art Week page for a full list of activities.

 

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Monday, November 28
MIAMI ART WEEK | DAILY HIGHLIGHTS TOUR
Guests will explore various highlights of the collection, the museum’s architecture and current exhibitions both inside and outside of The Bass through an interactive guided tour. Trained educators who facilitate engaging discussions will provide behind-the-scenes experience of The Bass and activities to further engage your experience with art. This tour is included with cost of museum admission and lasts approximately 45 minutes.
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Tuesday, November 29
ART WEEK | THE HARVESTERS

For The Harvesters, Sabur weaves a series of interconnected works into an exhibition that confronts the labor and economies of extraction. Sabur examines climate change, particularly long-term shifts in temperatures and weather patterns, as an expression of geological rhythms. Sabur uses the theme of harvesting as double entendre to connect with her ongoing interest in mining and mineral extraction, especially in the context of post-colonial states and their conception of boundaries.

Learn more about the artist on our exhibition page.

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Tuesday, November 29
ART WEEK | ADRIÁN VILLAR ROJAS WITH MARIANA TELLERIA: EL FIN DE LA IMAGINACIÓN

El fin de la imaginación (The End of Imagination) includes newly commissioned sculptural and installation works, as well as older work recontextualized by the artist. Known for materially rich installations, Villar Rojas transforms spaces by creating immersive environments and experiences, inviting viewers to be explorers of the unpredictable microcosmos in his design while probing existential questions relating to the temporality of humanity and the ephemerality of nature.

Visit the exhibition page to learn more.

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Tuesday, November 29
MIAMI ART WEEK | EXTENDED MUSUEM HOURS

Throughout the week, art-lovers enjoy extended museum hours with general admission as The Bass opens daily from 10 AM to 5PM.

Check out new exhibitions including Adrián Villar Rojas: The End of Imagination and Jamilah Sabur: The Harvesters, as well as ongoing exhibitions including Phraseology and Open Storage.

Stop by The Bass Shop for unique gifts and The Bass Café for lite bites. Visit our Miami Art Week page for a full list of activities.

 

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Tuesday, November 29
MIAMI ART WEEK | DAILY HIGHLIGHTS TOUR
Guests will explore various highlights of the collection, the museum’s architecture and current exhibitions both inside and outside of The Bass through an interactive guided tour. Trained educators who facilitate engaging discussions will provide behind-the-scenes experience of The Bass and activities to further engage your experience with art. This tour is included with cost of museum admission and lasts approximately 45 minutes.
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Wednesday, November 30
ART WEEK | THE HARVESTERS

For The Harvesters, Sabur weaves a series of interconnected works into an exhibition that confronts the labor and economies of extraction. Sabur examines climate change, particularly long-term shifts in temperatures and weather patterns, as an expression of geological rhythms. Sabur uses the theme of harvesting as double entendre to connect with her ongoing interest in mining and mineral extraction, especially in the context of post-colonial states and their conception of boundaries.

Learn more about the artist on our exhibition page.

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Wednesday, November 30
ART WEEK | ADRIÁN VILLAR ROJAS WITH MARIANA TELLERIA: EL FIN DE LA IMAGINACIÓN

El fin de la imaginación (The End of Imagination) includes newly commissioned sculptural and installation works, as well as older work recontextualized by the artist. Known for materially rich installations, Villar Rojas transforms spaces by creating immersive environments and experiences, inviting viewers to be explorers of the unpredictable microcosmos in his design while probing existential questions relating to the temporality of humanity and the ephemerality of nature.

Visit the exhibition page to learn more.

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Wednesday, November 30
MIAMI ART WEEK | EXTENDED MUSUEM HOURS

Throughout the week, art-lovers enjoy extended museum hours with general admission as The Bass opens daily from 10 AM to 5PM.

Check out new exhibitions including Adrián Villar Rojas: The End of Imagination and Jamilah Sabur: The Harvesters, as well as ongoing exhibitions including Phraseology and Open Storage.

Stop by The Bass Shop for unique gifts and The Bass Café for lite bites. Visit our Miami Art Week page for a full list of activities.

 

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Wednesday, November 30
MIAMI ART WEEK | DAILY HIGHLIGHTS TOUR
Guests will explore various highlights of the collection, the museum’s architecture and current exhibitions both inside and outside of The Bass through an interactive guided tour. Trained educators who facilitate engaging discussions will provide behind-the-scenes experience of The Bass and activities to further engage your experience with art. This tour is included with cost of museum admission and lasts approximately 45 minutes.
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Wednesday, November 30
ART WEEK | EXHIBITION OPENING & MEMBER PREVIEW

On Wednesday November 30 members, artists, galleries and VIPs gather for an unforgettable evening to celebrate contemporary art at The Bass with the museum’s members-only opening night party!

This is a private event, by invitation only and RSVP is required.

Check your membership status, and join, upgrade or renew by contacting [email protected] or calling (305) 673-7530.

 

 

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Thursday, December 1
ART WEEK | THE HARVESTERS

For The Harvesters, Sabur weaves a series of interconnected works into an exhibition that confronts the labor and economies of extraction. Sabur examines climate change, particularly long-term shifts in temperatures and weather patterns, as an expression of geological rhythms. Sabur uses the theme of harvesting as double entendre to connect with her ongoing interest in mining and mineral extraction, especially in the context of post-colonial states and their conception of boundaries.

Learn more about the artist on our exhibition page.

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Thursday, December 1
ART WEEK | ADRIÁN VILLAR ROJAS WITH MARIANA TELLERIA: EL FIN DE LA IMAGINACIÓN

El fin de la imaginación (The End of Imagination) includes newly commissioned sculptural and installation works, as well as older work recontextualized by the artist. Known for materially rich installations, Villar Rojas transforms spaces by creating immersive environments and experiences, inviting viewers to be explorers of the unpredictable microcosmos in his design while probing existential questions relating to the temporality of humanity and the ephemerality of nature.

Visit the exhibition page to learn more.

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Thursday, December 1
MIAMI ART WEEK | EXTENDED MUSUEM HOURS

Throughout the week, art-lovers enjoy extended museum hours with general admission as The Bass opens daily from 10 AM to 5PM.

Check out new exhibitions including Adrián Villar Rojas: The End of Imagination and Jamilah Sabur: The Harvesters, as well as ongoing exhibitions including Phraseology and Open Storage.

Stop by The Bass Shop for unique gifts and The Bass Café for lite bites. Visit our Miami Art Week page for a full list of activities.

 

Learn More
Thursday, December 1
MIAMI ART WEEK | DAILY HIGHLIGHTS TOUR
Guests will explore various highlights of the collection, the museum’s architecture and current exhibitions both inside and outside of The Bass through an interactive guided tour. Trained educators who facilitate engaging discussions will provide behind-the-scenes experience of The Bass and activities to further engage your experience with art. This tour is included with cost of museum admission and lasts approximately 45 minutes.
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Friday, December 2
ART WEEK | THE HARVESTERS

For The Harvesters, Sabur weaves a series of interconnected works into an exhibition that confronts the labor and economies of extraction. Sabur examines climate change, particularly long-term shifts in temperatures and weather patterns, as an expression of geological rhythms. Sabur uses the theme of harvesting as double entendre to connect with her ongoing interest in mining and mineral extraction, especially in the context of post-colonial states and their conception of boundaries.

Learn more about the artist on our exhibition page.

Learn More

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Friday, December 2
ART WEEK | ADRIÁN VILLAR ROJAS WITH MARIANA TELLERIA: EL FIN DE LA IMAGINACIÓN

El fin de la imaginación (The End of Imagination) includes newly commissioned sculptural and installation works, as well as older work recontextualized by the artist. Known for materially rich installations, Villar Rojas transforms spaces by creating immersive environments and experiences, inviting viewers to be explorers of the unpredictable microcosmos in his design while probing existential questions relating to the temporality of humanity and the ephemerality of nature.

Visit the exhibition page to learn more.

Learn More

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Friday, December 2
MIAMI ART WEEK | EXTENDED MUSUEM HOURS

Throughout the week, art-lovers enjoy extended museum hours with general admission as The Bass opens daily from 10 AM to 5PM.

Check out new exhibitions including Adrián Villar Rojas: The End of Imagination and Jamilah Sabur: The Harvesters, as well as ongoing exhibitions including Phraseology and Open Storage.

Stop by The Bass Shop for unique gifts and The Bass Café for lite bites. Visit our Miami Art Week page for a full list of activities.

 

Learn More
Friday, December 2
MIAMI ART WEEK | DAILY HIGHLIGHTS TOUR
Guests will explore various highlights of the collection, the museum’s architecture and current exhibitions both inside and outside of The Bass through an interactive guided tour. Trained educators who facilitate engaging discussions will provide behind-the-scenes experience of The Bass and activities to further engage your experience with art. This tour is included with cost of museum admission and lasts approximately 45 minutes.
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Saturday, December 3
ART WEEK | THE HARVESTERS

For The Harvesters, Sabur weaves a series of interconnected works into an exhibition that confronts the labor and economies of extraction. Sabur examines climate change, particularly long-term shifts in temperatures and weather patterns, as an expression of geological rhythms. Sabur uses the theme of harvesting as double entendre to connect with her ongoing interest in mining and mineral extraction, especially in the context of post-colonial states and their conception of boundaries.

Learn more about the artist on our exhibition page.

Learn More

Learn More
Saturday, December 3
ART WEEK | ADRIÁN VILLAR ROJAS WITH MARIANA TELLERIA: EL FIN DE LA IMAGINACIÓN

El fin de la imaginación (The End of Imagination) includes newly commissioned sculptural and installation works, as well as older work recontextualized by the artist. Known for materially rich installations, Villar Rojas transforms spaces by creating immersive environments and experiences, inviting viewers to be explorers of the unpredictable microcosmos in his design while probing existential questions relating to the temporality of humanity and the ephemerality of nature.

Visit the exhibition page to learn more.

Learn More

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Saturday, December 3
MIAMI ART WEEK | EXTENDED MUSUEM HOURS

Throughout the week, art-lovers enjoy extended museum hours with general admission as The Bass opens daily from 10 AM to 5PM.

Check out new exhibitions including Adrián Villar Rojas: The End of Imagination and Jamilah Sabur: The Harvesters, as well as ongoing exhibitions including Phraseology and Open Storage.

Stop by The Bass Shop for unique gifts and The Bass Café for lite bites. Visit our Miami Art Week page for a full list of activities.

 

Learn More
Saturday, December 3
MIAMI ART WEEK | DAILY HIGHLIGHTS TOUR
Guests will explore various highlights of the collection, the museum’s architecture and current exhibitions both inside and outside of The Bass through an interactive guided tour. Trained educators who facilitate engaging discussions will provide behind-the-scenes experience of The Bass and activities to further engage your experience with art. This tour is included with cost of museum admission and lasts approximately 45 minutes.
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Sunday, December 4
ART WEEK | THE HARVESTERS

For The Harvesters, Sabur weaves a series of interconnected works into an exhibition that confronts the labor and economies of extraction. Sabur examines climate change, particularly long-term shifts in temperatures and weather patterns, as an expression of geological rhythms. Sabur uses the theme of harvesting as double entendre to connect with her ongoing interest in mining and mineral extraction, especially in the context of post-colonial states and their conception of boundaries.

Learn more about the artist on our exhibition page.

Learn More

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Sunday, December 4
ART WEEK | ADRIÁN VILLAR ROJAS WITH MARIANA TELLERIA: EL FIN DE LA IMAGINACIÓN

El fin de la imaginación (The End of Imagination) includes newly commissioned sculptural and installation works, as well as older work recontextualized by the artist. Known for materially rich installations, Villar Rojas transforms spaces by creating immersive environments and experiences, inviting viewers to be explorers of the unpredictable microcosmos in his design while probing existential questions relating to the temporality of humanity and the ephemerality of nature.

Visit the exhibition page to learn more.

Learn More

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Sunday, December 4
MIAMI ART WEEK | EXTENDED MUSUEM HOURS

Throughout the week, art-lovers enjoy extended museum hours with general admission as The Bass opens daily from 10 AM to 5PM.

Check out new exhibitions including Adrián Villar Rojas: The End of Imagination and Jamilah Sabur: The Harvesters, as well as ongoing exhibitions including Phraseology and Open Storage.

Stop by The Bass Shop for unique gifts and The Bass Café for lite bites. Visit our Miami Art Week page for a full list of activities.

 

Learn More
Sunday, December 4
MIAMI ART WEEK | DAILY HIGHLIGHTS TOUR
Guests will explore various highlights of the collection, the museum’s architecture and current exhibitions both inside and outside of The Bass through an interactive guided tour. Trained educators who facilitate engaging discussions will provide behind-the-scenes experience of The Bass and activities to further engage your experience with art. This tour is included with cost of museum admission and lasts approximately 45 minutes.
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The Member Preview & Exhibition Opening Event is generously sponsored by Alex Brown, Raymond James, Maestro Dobel Tequila, PHILLIPS and Alto.

The Bass Art Pass is generously supported by Alto.

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