Spectrum Miami features specially curated programs showcasing exhibitors, art industry professionals, and select non-profits and institutions.
Situated throughout the exposition floor, Spectrum Miami’s featured programs provide a dynamic experience for our audience to view and interact with site-specific and performance works by leading international artists, as well as view exhibitions that showcase the thriving art landscape of Miami. Featured programs include: Art Labs, Spotlight Artists, Art Talks, and LaunchPad Artist. Programs are informed by a common theme.
The theme for Spectrum Miami 2016 is [ELEVATE]: Heightening your senses at the hub of the art world.
2016 Curatorial Theme
[ELEVATE]: Heightening your senses at the hub of the art world.
Spectrum Miami’s theme for 2016 explores the heightening of our senses through art. The abundance of trend-setting artists and galleries exhibiting at Spectrum Miami will reflect this theme, as will the show’s special programming, including Art Labs, Art Talks, and the Spotlight Artist and LaunchPad Programs.
Art Labs feature special curated projects by leading galleries, art institutions, and art collectives within the show.
The Spotlight Artists Program provides collectors a focused look at several cutting-edge artists who will each be creating a site-specific exhibition. This year’s artists will be announced in November.
LaunchPad: Each year an emerging, unrepresented artist is selected to create a site-specific exhibition at the show. This year, the search for the LaunchPad artist is a collaboration between local art institutions and galleries and Spectrum Miami.
ArtSpot International Art Show is a standalone event hosted inside Spectrum Miami. The show will present carefully selected modern, contemporary, and cutting-edge galleries with a strong Latin-American emphasis. ArtSpot is curated by director Aldo Castillo, one of the most respected authorities on modern and contemporary art. An award-winning art dealer and curator, Castillo has curated over 250 international art exhibitions and the development of many important public and private collections in Chicago and around the world.