Art Basel Miami Beach kicked off on December 3, showcasing work from across 267 galleries from over 11 countries. Scroll through for an alternative view of one of the last major art gatherings of the year.
With his proclivities for subversiveness and bright colors, Italian artist and prankster Maurizio Cattelan designed the lounge at the Untitled Art Fair this year.
A pair of bear sculptures by the Italian artist Paola Pivi takes center stage at Galerie Perrotin's Art Basel Miami Beach booth.
The art continues outdoors in Art Basel Miami Beach's Public sector in Collins Park, with sculptures like Hank Willis Thomas's "The Truth is I see You."
Hoteliers Ximena Caminos and Alan Faena unveil Damien Hirst's "Gone But Not Forgotten," the centerpiece in their newly opened Faena hotel's backyard.
The later celebrated the opening of the new Faena Hotel with a modest poolside dinner.
At Design Miami/, the design event runnning in parallel to Art Basel Miami Beach, Brooklyn-based Katie Stout unveiled the psychedelic interiors of her dream bedroom.
Torrential downpour flooded the streets of Miami Thursday night, temporarily bringing traffic to a standstill.
Dev Hynes of Blood Orange and artist Ryan McNamara were decked out in monochrome during their collaborative performance at the Perez Art Museum Miami.
A scene from Dom Pérignon's annual W Hotel bash — Lenny Kravitz and Paris Hilton are in there somewhere.
Thursday night, Edition hotel interior designers Yabu Pushelberg invited Horse Meat Disco and electronic music legend Giorgio Moroder to take over the hotel's basement.
The after party to the premiere of artist Daniel Arsham's short film, "The Future Relic," included a free-for-all at the Edition hotel's basement ice skating rink.
Matthew Mellon, Stacy Engman, and Ellen von Unwerth attend Tableaux Vivants: Decadence. Deviance. Dinner. hosted by Ellen von Unwerth & Soho Beach House.