SCOPE Art Show Miami Beach

SCOPE Art Show runs three fairs a year in Basel, New York and Miami Beach. Each show celebrates contemporary art with a strong focus on emerging artists and new galleries. SCOPE Art Show Miami Beach is a long-running event that brings together approximately 140 exhibitors from around the world with 60,000 visitors expected to view the work on display. This is a leading show that attracts good sales of work over the 5 days it is open. SCOPE Miami Beach, which takes place annually in December, is known for its knack of bringing new trends and cutting edge ideas to the forefront. This show leads the way for contemporary paintings, sculptures and art performances.

Kassandra Voyagis Art Palm Beach

Alexis Hubshman shares his views!

Founder of SCOPE Art Show

SCOPE Miami Beach 2023


801 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach, FL 33139
United States


November 2023: TBA

Entrance Fee

General Admission: $40
Platinium First View: $200
VIP Preview: $150



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Insights SCOPE Miami Beach

Alexis Hubshman

Founder of SCOPE Art Show

What is SCOPE Miami DNA?

Miami Beach truly harmonizes with our sense of the spectacular and is the end of the year celebration of all the best galleries, curators, and institutions we work with throughout the year. In 2017, SCOPE celebrated a landmark year when it was honored by the City of Miami Beach Commission for the show’s achievements, in a bill sponsored by Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber, and Commissioners Michael Góngora and Kristin Rose Gonzalez.

Each city has its own personality, and SCOPE’s mandate of showing new talent attracts all collectors interested in what gems the emerging art world has to offer.

What type of galleries are chosen to exhibit, and why?

SCOPE’s energy comes from its willingness to take a chance before others — this is the hallmark of a true visionary brand, and galleries have taken notice. Since the beginning, SCOPE has remained a safe haven and an incubator for new voices to thrive and grow.

SCOPE is also proud to exhibit galleries presenting artists in The New Contemporary genre, the next big frontier in the art world that transcends canonical genres and trends. This evolution of the graffiti and urbanism movements into an art world context is being celebrated in the world’s most formative museums and institutions and stands as a critical contribution to both global politics and local community engagement.

What is the price range? Who buy?


With our diverse roster of emerging and mid-career artists, we welcome everyone from the established collector hunting for treasure to the up and coming tastemaker. We pride ourselves on bringing developing patrons that support SCOPE year after year.

“SCOPE’s energy comes from its willingness to take a chance before others.”

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© SCOPE Art Show Miami Beach 2018

What is SCOPE Miami special appeal?

SCOPE Miami Beach is continuing to deepen its ties with the New Contemporary and Street Art genres with OASIS, our new experiential multidisciplinary program located in our expanded Atrium. OASIS will present daily programming featuring museum-quality large scale installations, music performances, and panel discussions during the day while continuing our long-standing commitment to wellness.

What are two other art fairs you would suggest?

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