Art Basel

Art Basel Week 2015: Insiders’ guide to where to go, when



9 a.m. Rubell Family Collection hosts its annual breakfast installation. Go early.

NADA Fair at the Fontainebleau, 10 a.m. for VIPs, 2 p.m. for the public.

3 p.m. Art Basel Miami Beach opens to the public.

8 p.m. Haven’t seen Martha Friedman’s Pore performance at Locust Projects? Now is your chance.

9 p.m. Party with Dev Hynes and Ryan McNamara at PAMM’s annual bash, 1103 Biscayne Blvd. (Open to sustaining members;

Alternative: Catch the sound show and films at Soundscape Park at the New World Center in Miami Beach, from 6 p.m.


Morning: Head to Miami Dade College for Holoscenes, the ongoing interactive performance/installation on the main plaza simulating life in the flood zone, then catch the Argentinian Artists in Miami exhibit at the Freedom Tower.

Missed the Daniel Arsham opening earlier this fall? Stop by YoungArts before the show closes.

Noon: Pop over to Art Basel Miami Beach before the weekend crowds descend. (Open noon-8 p.m.)


Fairs are open all around. And it’s the last chance to visit PULSE, which closes Saturday evening.

Still haven’t caught Martha Friedman’s Pore performance? Try 11 a.m. or 6 p.m. at Locust Projects.

SUNDAY, Dec. 6

Brunch time! Annual Breakfast in the Park at Frost Museum at FIU begins at 9:30, Bubbles and Brunch begins at 10 a.m. at the Lowe Art Museum and Chef Creole’s brunch begins at 11 at the Little Haiti Cultural Center.

Last day for the fairs. Art Basel opens at noon.