Brickell City Centre, Miami’s newest urban shopping epicenter, will be home to Fair., an alternative, non-commercial contemporary art fair set to be a historic convening of some of the world’s most iconic and trailblazing women artists. Recently featured in The New York Times, Fair. offers art enthusiasts a chance to participate in Yoko Ono’s nationally-acclaimed Wish Tree activation, view the Guerrilla Girls’ provocative billboards protesting gender and racial inequality (on display in Miami for the very first time), catch a special performance art by the all-women mariachi band, Mariachi Flor de Toloache, and see works from more than 50 additional women artists. Zoe Lukov, director of exhibitions for Faena Art, and Anthony Spinello, Miami-based curator and founder of gallery and production house Spinello Projects, conceptualized Fair. as a space for women artists to create site-specific interventions in a non-traditional venue. Fair.’s three organizing principles include Fair Market., Fair Play. and Fair Trade.