Jaybo Monk, "Out for Nothing" (detail), courtesy of the artist and Kallenbach Gallery

Koh Sang Woo, Woman in field, 2014, courtesy of the artist and Wanrooij Gallery

Amanda Marie, Pretty Baby Dreams Of Her Shadow, 2014, courtesy of the artist and Andenken Gallery

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Andenken Gallery, Kallenbach Gallery, Wanrooij Gallery, and Stick Together (Max Zorn) will be present at Scope Miami Beach

Scope Miami Beach
910 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, FL, United States

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From December 2-7, 2014 Dutch galleries Andenken Gallery, Kallenbach Gallery, Wanrooij Gallery, and Stick Together will be present at the Scope Miami Beach fair. 

Andenken Gallery is an Amsterdam-based gallery run by artist Hyland Mather. He is also a co-organizer of the Bridge: The Dutch Pavilion project in the Miami Design District. With his gallery, he represents artists such as Amanda Marie, Broken Fingaz, Claude Jones, Deedee Cheriel, OVNI, Sidney Pink, and VINZ.

Kallenbach Gallery is an Amsterdam-based gallery run by Nanna Kassenaar. She is also a co-organizer of the Bridge: The Dutch Pavilion project in the Miami Design District. At Scope Miami Beach she will be presenting work by SIT, Jaybo Monk, Silas and WK Interact. Other artists she represents are Stefan Glerum, Raymond Lemstra, Haas&Hahn, Diddo, and Jon Fox.

Wanrooij Gallery is an Amsterdam-based gallery run by Martin Wanrooij and his partner in life, Anja Koster. Together they provide a stage for internationally acclaimed and emerging artists with a focus on new media art. At Scope Miami Beach, they will present work by Koh Sang Woo, Martin C. Herbst, Christian Voigt, and Anna Tas.

Stick Together began in 2012 as a project driven by Amsterdam tape artist Max Zorn. Today Stick Together’s identity eclipses into an art gallery, housing some of the most prolific and established artists in the urban niche of contemporary art. At Scope Miami Beach, a variety of work will be presented.

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