While it is certainly possible to jump straight into any of our Art Basel Miami Beach slideshows and come out with plenty of photography highlights, the background information on how the posts are organized and broader commentary on the fair can be found in Part 1 (here). Part 2 can be found here.
Kicken Berlin (here): A four way shimmering ripple, from Peter Keetman’s 1950’s VW factory series. Priced at $43600.
Kicken Berlin (here): A delicate interplay of feathery shadows. Jaromir Funke, priced at $272000.
Kicken Berlin (here): The square color patterns of painted walls. Götz Diergarten, priced at $4500.
Galerie 1900-2000 (here): A triptych of Man Ray’s Mr. Woodman figure poses. Priced at $207000.
ONE and J. Gallery (here): The abstract simplicity of a twisted rubber band. Seung Yul Oh, priced at $8000 each.
Luciana Brito Galeria (here): The wave of energy that passes through a soccer net when a goal is scored. Pablo Lobrato, priced at $5000 each.
Wentrup Gallery (here): Studio constructions of rephotographed planes and layers. New work by Miriam Böhm, priced at $13000.
Andrea Rosen Gallery (here): An extra large Wolfgang Tillmans foot, priced at $65000 and already sold.
Sprüth Magers (here): An inverted ziggurat of mats surrounding a small Cyprien Gaillard Polaroid. Priced at €7000.
Sprüth Magers (here): A towering Thomas Demand carnival ride, a new work priced at €160000.
Yvon Lambert (here): The most abstract, ethereal, Bauhaus-like work I have ever seen by Candida Höfer. A new work, priced at $80000.
Sikkema Jenkins & Co. (here): Vik Muniz takes on De Kooning, using his recent scraps of magazines technique. Priced at $45000 and already sold out.
Galeria OMR (here): Archival family portraits, emerging from ghostly streams of developer. Iñaki Bonillas, the set priced at $25000.
Jack Shainman Gallery (here): An electric red landscape from Richard Mosse’s ongoing infrared series. Priced at $30000 and already sold.
PPOW Gallery (here): Messy, visceral performance nudes from Carolee Schneeman. Priced at $120000 for the set of 18.
Two Palms (here): Chuck Close experimenting with woodburytypes. Priced at $7500 each.
Galerie Sabine Knust (here): Black and white playmate photos interrupted by DVD labels from the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Curtis Mayfield, and the Smiths. The set of 21 works priced at $75000.
Galerie Gmurzynska (here): A Richard Meier designed booth, with a small side room of Meier’s own collages, including this one with the Mona Lisa, an explicit nude, and Meier’s redacted driver’s license. Each priced at $25000.
Galleria Lia Rumma (here): A darkly shadowed face, warmed by dots of light. Tobias Zielony, priced at €7500.
Kewenig Galerie (here): New work by Elger Esser, a very painterly garden scene with splashes of red among the veiled greens. Priced at €100000.
Howard Greenberg Gallery (here): In a booth full of vintage treasures, this Arthur Siegel stretched dress was an elegant surprise. Attractively priced at $8000.
Howard Greenberg Gallery (here): Jacques-Henri Lartigue at his most surreal. I can’t remember ever seeing a multiple exposure Lartigue like this one. Priced at $32000.
John Berggruen Gallery (here): A fitting closer to this ABMB report, a Doug Aitken lightbox, priced at $250000.
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