Brazil ArtFair

The Brazil ArtFair Brazil is the first fair dedicated to Brazilian galleries during Miami Art Week.

A gateway to the biggest market in the world and a platform for the promotion, development and valorization of Brazilian artists and galleries.

In the heart of Midtown, an area that gathers some of the most important fairs in the Miami Art Week circuit, Brazil ArtFair provides opportunities for art galleries and design studios, in a 5 day exhibition period.

In our first edition, we will present to the world a rich and creative art scene, with an amazing potential of growth and development. Through an innovative exhibition format that values and gives context to the artworks on our walls, we want our visitors to have an experience closer to visiting a gallery or exhibition, instead of a traditional art fair.

An invitation for a closer look into our artists mind.

"Suspended Time" - Prologue

The group exhibition curated by Luisa Duarte, "Tempo suspenso – prólogo [Suspended Time – prologue]" will showcase about 15 contemporary Brazilian artists in an exhibition that investigates the echoes of the crisis of the modernist project and its utopias. How it reflects over our national artistic production and society, in a country where the modernist movement arrived late and were executed on an erratic manner. The expectation created around the future of Brazil, some kind of “promised land” in contrast with the present reality and our relation with the "now".


From December 3rd to 8th, Miami hosts more than 20 fairs and becomes the most important art circuit in the world, with galleries from the five continents taking over the city.

A rendezvous of gallery owners and artists with jet setters, curators, collectors, buyers, and art dealers that brings over 100 thousand visitors to the city to enjoy hundreds of parallel events, from private collections tours, lectures and private viewings.

Featuring an array of talents, from renowned to emergent artists, it encompasses modern and contemporary art as well as experimental art and cutting-edge design.