The Miami fairs closed yesterday, and now the only remains of the wild week of Art Basel Miami Beach are memories and photographs. Among the highlights was the return, for a third year, of the Untitled fair in a tent on the beach near 12th Street. It’s a handsomely designed space—ample aisles and natural light streaming in from the semi-translucent roof. There were some strong displays there, including a suite of Peter Dreher paintings at Koenig & Clinton, all sorts of mayhem from Brian Belott at Zürcher, two John Wesleys at Fredericks & Freiser, and quite a bit more. Have a look by clicking a thumbnail below.