Art Week is notorious for lavish secret dinners, invite-only soirees and parties that never end. For anyone who just wants to be a bit basic this year, these are the events to attend. You don't have to know anyone at the door, you might have to buy a ticket.
PAMM Presents Cashmere Cat, Jillionaire + special guest Uncle Luke
PAMM presents a one-night-only event featuring a performance by electronic musician and producer Cashmere Cat. This special celebration features DJ sets by Jillionaire of Major Lazer and Miami’s own Uncle Luke. Open to PAMM Sustaining and above level members, and Art Basel Miami Beach, DesignMiami/ and Art Miami cardholders.
Thursday, Dec 1, 9:00 pm – midnight, PAMM, Miami
Employees Only Pop-Up
The New York cocktail bar pops-up for two nights on the lawn of the Washington Park Hotel in advance of it's late 2016 opening for two nights. Cocktails will be served.
Dec 1 and 2, 5:00 pm, at Washington Park Hotel, 1050 Washington Ave., Miami Beach
Art Basel at Soundscape Park
Starting on Wednesday, November 30, The New World Center’s projection wall and surround-sound system will be home to a selection of this year’s premiere program of films, videos and sound focused on artists whose works connect to music in some way. The lineup this year highlights international talents and is curated by Art Basel film and sound curator David Gryn, Director of Daata Editions.
Nov 30, Dec 1 - 4, New World Center, 500 17th Street, Miami Beach
New York/Berlin-based artist Yvette Mattern creates a a large-scale public installation for art week using seven even beams of laser light to create a rainbow titled "The Global Rainbow". The piece will be visible, appearing in the night sky, from the Design District, across Biscayne Bay to Miami Beach. Not quite an event but worth noting. The piece was commissioned by The Ritz-Carlton Residences.
Nov 28, Dec 1 - 3, 6 p.m. to midnight, Mid-Beach to Key Biscayne
Super 8 Free Art
That's right, the Super 8 hotel chain is currently re-doing their decor in North America and updating their art collection, so they'll be giving away 100 works on a first-come, first-served basis.
Thursday, Dec 1, 8:00 – 10 p.m, 2213 NW 2nd Avenue, Wynwood
III Points at The Factory at Magic City Studios
III Points curates a trio of shows for the millennial crowd at Magic City Studios this week with musical acts spanning from Young Thug to Nick Murphy (Chet Faker). On Wednesday it's James Blake, on Thursday it's Young Thug and Shlomo. On Friday December 2, Todd Terje + Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs + Tim Sweeney take the stage, presented in collaboration with by Slap & Tickle MIAMI. On Saturday, Nick Murphy – who recently abandoned his stage name Chet Faker – plays alongside Mount Kimbie.
Nov 30, Dec 1 - 4, Magic City Studios, 6301 NE Fourth Ave., Miami
Lazy Sunday BBQ at The Standard
The Standard closes out the week with a special Basel edition of Lazy Sunday with Jeremyville, the hotel's latest artist collaborator. In between booze, BBQ, tunes, and tarot reading, stop by the Jeremyville pop-up shop.
Sunday, Dec 4, 12 – 6pm, The Standard Spa Miami Beach, 40 Island Avenue