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Three Dutch galleries at Scope Miami Beach

From December 5 to 10 Rademakers Gallery, The Public House of Art and AbrahamArt will be present at the art fair Scope Miami Beach.

Tue, Dec 5 - Sun, Dec 10  2017

From December 5 to 10 Rademakers Gallery, The Public House of Art and AbrahamArt will be present at the art fair Scope Miami Beach.

Scope Miami Beach

The 17th edition of SCOPE Miami Beach returns to the sands of Ocean Drive and 8th Street. Featuring 140 International Exhibitors from 25 countries and 60 cities, SCOPE Miami Beach will welcome over 55,000 visitors over the course of 6 days.

Amidst an unprecedented outpouring of critical acclaim from the press, curators and collectors, and a digital and social media outreach campaign garnering over 450 million impressions, SCOPE Miami Beach’s is once again poised to lead the charge for emerging contemporary art market.

With over 75 art fairs spanning more than 15 years, SCOPE is celebrated as the premier showcase for international emerging contemporary art and multi-disciplinary creative programming. Renowned for its uncanny ability to forecast new visual trends that are embraced globally, SCOPE Art Shows garner extensive critical acclaim and over 500 million annual impressions across print, digital and television. With cumulative sales well over one billion dollars and attendance of 1.2 million visitors, SCOPE Art Show is the largest and most global emerging art fair in the world. 

SCOPE Miami Beach2017 will open with the Platinum First View on Tuesday, December 5, 12pm-4pm; followed by opens with its VIP and Press Preview on Tuesday, December 5, 4pm-8pm. The fair will run through December 10th; 11am-8pm Wednesday-Sunday.

Rademakers Gallery

Dagmar van Weeghel

Rademakers Gallery is a contemporary gallery, based in Amsterdam, that presents artworks by emerging and renowned artists at the interface of art, photography, fashion and design, such as Adi Da Samraj, Annelies Damen, Anthon Beeke, Bruno Bisang, Carli Hermès, Cathalijn Wouters, Dagmar van Weeghel, Jimmy Nelson, Flokje van Lith, Hendrik Kerstens, Iris van Herpen, Natasja van der Meer, Sebiha Demir, Studio Job, Zuijderwijk Vergouwe.

The Public House of Art

Jenny Boot

Public House of Art clearly states that it is not an art gallery. Instead, they have the following statement: “We believe art is for all. To adorn the walls of castles and bedsits. To disrupt not bankrupt. To move, to shock, to offend or go fabulously with your sofa. We have bi-annual themed, eclectic shows that are open to all. We sell photographs in limited editions and unique one-off sculptures and paintings, verified by us and signed by the artist. We believe in housing art that is affordable yet highly collectable. That is why our art can go up in value and status. We have four price categories, House, Villa, Mansion and Castle, House = bottom of the market. Castle = top of the market. Find something to love, to covet, to own, to collect, to carry home and put in the living room.”


 Bram Reijnders

DutchCulture USA