Miami Art Week 2017: in pictures

Miami Art Week 2017: in pictures

Highlights from Miami Art Week (4-10 December), including all the major fairs, from Art Basel Miami Beach and Untitled, to satellite exhibitions and events

Amsterdam duo Studio Drift premiered their latest work, Franchise Freedom, comprising 300 choreographed drones that the complex murmuration of a flock of birds. Presented by Pace Gallery in partnership with BMW, the performative artwork sits at the interstices between art, science and technology. The performance will take place throughout the duration of Art Basel, every evening from 7-10 December 2017 at 8pm (weather-permitting), between 32nd and 33rd Streets off Collins Avenue.

Los Angeles-based photographer Sarah Bahbah may have a cult following on Instagram, but Miami Art Week will be the first time the Palestinian artist is showing her work in the real world. Both the Nautilus and W Miami hotels are hosting Bahbah exhibitions.

Over at Miami Beach Edition, stage designer Es Devlin is exploring ‘the psychology of human experience’ of hotel design with a site-specific art installation. Spanning over 7,000 sq ft, the large-scale immersive installation begins with a reimagined hotel room and ends in a vaulted elliptical mirror maze. Along the way, visitors will navigate through layers of choral corridors and a flooded, colour-saturated zoetrope. ROOM 2022 is commissioned and presented by American Express Platinum. Photography: Eugene Gologursky/Getty Images for American Express Platinum

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