The 23rd edition of Art Miami premiered Tuesday night with a VIP opening party, a candy-coated fair ride, and some of the best in modern and contemporary art from over 125 international galleries.
There were also tons of people, of course, from collectors anxious for a first look at this year's wares to socialites to press to artists (we spotted Jim Rosenquist near a particularly vibrant painting of his own creation).
This year's Art Miami spread included three linked tents plus a fourth housing Context, its cutting-edge little sister. And our own recommendation? Don't miss a trip through "Sugar and Gomorrah," Peter Anton's free-standing fair ride across the street -- but do pick up your Art Miami ticket first in order to ride.
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