30 november > 4 december | miami beach
A lot going on at Design Miami/ 2011 in a few weeks. This year’s fair sees a 50% increase in participating galleries: twenty-three galleries plus five Design On/Sites. In addition, Talks, Satellite Exhibitions and custom commissions exploring the relationship between design and architecture.
The lineup for 2011.
[ gallery program ]
Caroline Van Hoek (Brussels)
Carpenters Workshop Gallery (London & Paris)
Cristina Grajales Gallery (New York)
Demisch Danant (New York)
Didier Ltd (London)
Dansk Møbelkunst Gallery (Zurich & Paris)
Galerie Downtown – François Laffanour (Paris)
Galerie kreo (Paris)
Galerie Maria Wettergren (Paris)
Galerie Patrick Seguin (Paris)
Galerie Pierre Marie Giraud (Brussels)
Galerie VIVID (Rotterdam)
Gallery SEOMI (Seoul)
Hostler Burrows (New York)
Johnson Trading Gallery (New York)
Jousse Entreprise (Paris)
Magen H. Gallery (New York)
Mark McDonald (Hudson)
moss (New York)
Novalis Fine Arts (Turin)
R 20th Century (New York)
Todd Merrill Twentieth Century (New York)
[ design on/site ]
Established & Sons (London)
Industry Gallery (Washington, DC & Los Angeles)
Priveekollektie Contemporary Art|Design (Heusden)
Southern Guild (Wilderness)
Venice Projects (Venice)
[ designer of the year award ]
David Adjaye will debut ‘Genesis’ – an exclusive commission for Design Miami/ which will be showcased at the very entrance of the fair.
[ design performances ]
Fendi will present ‘Craft Alchemy’ – a dreamlike installation realized by designer Elisa Strozyk and artist Sebastian Neeb.
[ design talks ]
W Magazine’s Stefano Tonchi will moderate a series of compelling conversations with a selection the world’s top architects, discussing their careers, collaborations and passions.
[ satellites exhibitions ]
The Miami Design District presents in collaboration with the Buckminster Fuller Foundation, utopian architect Fuller’s 1970s Fly’s Eye Dome alongside Lord Norman Foster’s reconstructed Dymaxion car.
[ sponsors ]
Audi, Design Miami’s Exclusive Automotive Sponsor, Fendi and Swarovski Crystal Palace will unveil new design projects at the fair; Veuve Clicquot and Cappellini also continue their support with the 2011 show.