By Steven BillerA cubist Picasso painting, a standing figure by Giacometti, a wild drawing by Cy Twombly. I didn't worry about touching the art (although I rubbed sculptures by Henry Moore, Lynn Chadwick, and Antony Gormley ). My concern was drooling on the pieces.Art Basel Miami Beach is no place for a junkie. But the fun of what's become the largest contemporary art gathering in the United States is discovering artists who have received limited, if any, exposure in the United States. For me, it was Monica Bonvicini, whose feminist and politically charged drawings and sculptures stopped collectors in their tracks at Galleria Emi Fontana of Milan, Italy (www.galleriaemifontana.com). It was at this gallery's booth that I ran into Veronica Fernandez, a Santa Monica-based independent...