Elisabeth Condon on view at No Fair

December 1, 2020

For immediate release
No Fair
Soho Beach House Dec 1st – Dec 31st


No Fair is a special exhibition curated by Ché Morales on the occasion of Miami art week 2020. In a year of unprecedented obstacles, the global community has rallied to make major adjustments to some of our most culturally significant events. From rescheduling the Olympics to socially distant holidays, it has been a feat of human ingenuity to continue to create community and support throughout these challenging times. The Miami art community is no exception.

In the absence of the annual Miami Art week, No Fair brings artists, curators, organizers, and collectors together, to be feted for a truly exceptional year of hard work and achievements. Unburdened by the usual helter skelter of the fairs, the goal is to maintain the much deserved annual celebration, as well as intimate moments of connection to the members of our community. Partnering with Soho House, the team at No Fair has curated an experience that will highlight the programs that drive the community year round, not just at the first week of December.

Top local galleries will come together for the first time in a collaborative presentation that transcends the traditional art fair. Anchored by the central exhibition located at Soho Beach house, No Fair will span satellite programming including panel discussions, gallery walks and intimate dinners that celebrate the art community, and its established and rising stars.

Just because there is no fair, doesn’t mean there is no art. As long as our community perseveres, No Fair will ensure that our creative programs will too.

Special thanks to our participating galleries:

Bill Brady Miami
The Bonnier Gallery
Emerson Dorsch
Mindy Solomon Gallery
N’nandi Contemporary
Piero Atchugarry Gallery
Tile Blush



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