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L'Epicerie in Wynwood presents graffiti artist Smong One
ALEC MONOPOLY in Wynwood for Art Basel week 2017
NEW Graffitti Garden in Wynwood for Art Basel
ART BASEL MIAMI SEASON PARALLEL EXHIBITION
PARALLEL 17 Exhibition parallel to Art Basel Miami Beach

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L'Epicerie in Wynwood presents graffiti artist Smong One

GRAFFITI ART IN WYNWOOD

The graffiti artist Smong One presented a solo show exhibition at L'Epicerie cafe in Wynwood. Smong One us an American / French Graffiti artist who will be participating in the new opening of the WYNWOOD GRAFFITI GARDEN on 36 st and 1st Av. 

Don't miss this unique opportunity to meet the best graffiti artist in town for Art Basel Miami Season 2017. Don't miss the best French food in town by Mr. Francois Nicot at L'Epicerie. 

Access to this exhibition is free as a cultural enrichment to the community of Miami.

ALEC MONOPOLY in Wynwood for Art Basel week 2017

The famous pop / graffiti artist ALEC MONOPOLY will be at Miami for Art Basel Week. Wynwood,the main art district of the city will be honored with Alec participation in many events fro Art Basel Miami week.

Next to the new Graffiti Garden on 36 st, the boutique gallery Miart Space located at 151 NW 36 St., will be exhibiting a unique private collection of the artist. Miart Space was established as an art center in Wynwood in 2013 and celebrates its fifth anniversary this 2017.

The exhibition will be open to the public as a PARALLEL event to Art Basel Miami, and a cultural enrichment to the city.

NEW Graffitti Garden in Wynwood for Art Basel

A fabulous graffitti garden is beign built in Wynwood giving a pleasant welcome to the art lovers and collectors that come to Art Basel Season in Miami. Starting the month of December the city will be packed with art lovers, collectors and artists from all over the world.

Visit this fabulous garden right on 36 St and 1st avenue for a pleasant view of the best graffitti artists from New York. The garden will open for Art Basel Season in Miami this coming december 6th. Don't miss the fun !

Wynwood is the main art district in the city of Miami and offers many special events for the season.

ART BASEL MIAMI SEASON PARALLEL EXHIBITION

Parallel 17, an excellent contemporary exhibition in Wynwood, Miami.
 
This December 2017 the gallery Miart Space located in Wynwood art district in Miami is celebrating its fifth anniversary art basel parallel exhibit. The gallery will present an exclusive contemporary exhibition open to the public on December 1, comprising paintings and sculptures.

The talented artists exhibiting in this exhibition parallel to Art Basel Miami 2017 are as it follows: John AngeeJuan Araoz, Miguel Aya, Pablo Azar, Valentina Butnarciuc, Carlos Bruscianelli, Teresa Cabello, Andres Celis.

PARALLEL 17 Exhibition parallel to Art Basel Miami Beach


CCE Miami presents Goaltending

The Cultural Center of Spain in Miami (CCEMiami) presents the exhibition “Goaltending” opening on September 7 at 7pm. There is free admission.
 
Goaltending proposes to understand the production of contemporary art, defined by mediating elements which interfere in the works perception, proposing a reading of current art beyond the artists' initial intentions and to some extent of their procedural relationships.

The project is debated between two divergent conceptual aspects, from one side to emphasize how the curatorial practice, as a mediating gesture inside the aesthetic processes, converges heterogeneity and similarities, implicit in the discourses and practices of the current art; and by other side, to point the Works in their particularity, defined by their contextual relationship goals.

MOCA presents Metamorphosis Sept. 7–Nov. 5

Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), North Miami Presents Edouard Duval-Carrié: Metamorphosis Sept. 7–Nov. 5
Artist Reception to take place Sept. 14, 2017

 
North Miami, Fla. – July 26, 2017 – The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), North Miami will open its fall season with the presentation of Edouard Duval-Carrié: Metamorphosis. The solo exhibition by Duval-Carrié, renowned Haitian-born American artist and Miami resident, will be on display Sept.

Ricardo Sanabria ECALDO in Wynwood

The talented artist Ricardo Sanabria presented his first solo show in Miami this month of June. This Venezuelan artist and illustrator alias “Ecaldo” showcased over a dozen of his art pieces at the gallery Miart Space in Wynwood.

Wynwood is the most important art district in the city of Miami, and every year attracts hundreds of art lovers to visit. The gallery is located in the main road 36 St, at walking distance from Design District and Midtown Miami.

Ricardo was born in Venezuela and had exhibited his mixed media artworks in many opportunities not only in US but in South America.

Romero Britto Art Auction in Miami Beach

Park West Gallery art auction in Miami beach
Romero Britto, the international pop artist teamed up with Park West Gallery for a private VIP Auction held at Miami Beach, Florida last June 2nd 2017.
 
Park West Gallery has exposed more than nearly 2 million customers around the world to fine art through art auctions on cruise ships, in major cities and in their galleries in both Michigan and Florida.
A ball room filled with specifically chosen works by Britto were auctioned off to anxious bidders hoping to walk away with their very own work by the legendary artist.

Refreshing Photography exhibition in Wynwood

To open the summer season with a refreshing photography art exhibit we recommend the Chis Kraska solo show in Wynwood. Art exhibit coming up from June 1st to June 15th at Miart Space. 

Kraska grew up around the water in south Florida.  As an avid SCUBA diver, marine archaeologist, and photographer, most of his subjects revolve around the ocean and its inhabitants. The opening cocktail for his exhibit will be on June 2nd from 7 to 10 pm at 151 NW 36 St, Miami FL 33127.

"When I began taking photographs underwater I realized that sometimes there is more to them than can be seen through the simplicity of a camera lens.