The Miami Design-based cutting-edge contemporary artspace PRIMARY–founded by artists Books Bischof, Cristina Gonzalez and Typoe Gran– has announced the opening of "Future No.1" (Fill the Void), a site-specific, public art installation by Chicago-based visual artist Cody Hudson which will take place during Art Basel Miami Beach Week '16 [Dec 1-4, 2016].

For this installation, Hudson is producing large text-based works attached to a series of stacked and connected shipping containers designed by PRIMARY.

This temporary open sculpture allows the viewer to walk through or pause in its interior, immersed in the observations and directives from Cody Hudson.

Hudson's "Future No. 1" (Fill the Void) aims to slow one down and invites reflection and conversation during one's complicated day.

The online preview of NADA Miami Beach '16 is now live, exclusively on Artspace, featuring artworks from 110 international exhibitors – including 43 newcomers joining the fair for the first time.

Browse the virtual aisles of NADA Miami Beach and read editorial features including picks from Michael Xufu Huang, Tiffany Zabludowicz, and Gean Moreno, an interview with NADA Executive Director Heather Hubbs, and more, online and in the Artspace mobile app.

The Bass Museum of Art is inviting the public for the official unveiling celebration of Gladstone Gallery artist Ugo Rondinone’s 'Miami Mountain' on Wednesday, November 30th, 2016 in Collins Park, on the corner of Collins Avenue & 21st Street, just in front of the Museum.

A reception will follow in the Miami Beach Regional Library courtyard at 227 22nd Street, Miami Beach, FL 33139.

Currently on view at Storm King Art Center are three new works by Josephine Halvorson, part of the annual Outlooks series, which invites one emerging or mid-career contemporary artist to create a new, site-specific work to be installed for a single season.

Alexandre Arrechea’s 'Tied Stone,' at Fredric Snitzer Gallery, [November 4th to 26th, 2016] displays new work from one of the most lucid minds in contemporary art. 

His impressive craftsmanship has evolved from purposefully slipshod to a flawless industrial extravaganza. 

Meant to disrupt the viewer’s preconceived schemas, Arrechea is known for twisting New York City’s architectural landmarks into capricious shapes.

From November 11th, 2016 to January 7th, 2017, Gavlak Los Angeles will present the first solo show entitled "Darklands," by American-born artist Michael John Kelly featuring his latest body of work.

The exhibition’s title comes from an album of the same name by the Scottish alternative rock band, The Jesus and Mary Chain.  

Kelly listened to Darklands almost exclusively while producing this series, and the album’s recording is analogous with his practice.

The global-renowned gallery Gladstone has announced a solo exhibition entitled "Model Garden" that will take place from November 19th to December 21st, 2016 at its Brussels location featuring the work by Belgian-bron artist Kasper Bosmans.  A performance is scheduled that evening from 6 to 9PM at Egmont Park, Rue du Grand Cerf, Brussels.

From November 28th, 2016 to January 17th, 2017, the Miami-based gallery Nina Johnson will present an exhibition entitled "I Was Going to Call It Your Name But You Didn’t Let Me" by Ethiopian-born, NY & L.A.-based artist Awol Erizku.

This will be his first show at the gallery exhibiting a group of 20 paintings alongside a conceptual sound collage of music and sonic ephemera working in the space between sound and sight.

At The Whitney Museum of American Art "Carmen Herrera: Lines of Sight" [On view through January 2nd, 2017] is the first museum exhibition of this groundbreaking artist in New York City in nearly two decades. 

Focusing on the years 1948 to 1978, the period during which Herrera developed her signature style, the show features more than fifty works, including paintings, three-dimensional works, and works on paper.

From October 12th, 2016 to January 30th, 2017 and for the very first time, the Centre Pompidou in Paris will be showing all of this year’s four Prix Marcel Duchamp finalists: Kader Attia, Yto Barrada, Ulla von Brandenburg and Barthélémy Toguo. 

With this group exhibition the ADIAF and the Centre Pompidou bring a new dimension to the competition, the new formula allowing the shortlisted artists to exhibit at the Centre so offering a wider public the opportunity to discover their work.