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The Bass is the centrepiece of Miami Beach's 'cultural campus'. The core of the building is the old Miami Beach public library built in 1930, but after an...
2121 Park Avenue
Don't be put off by the earnest name: rotating exhibitions at this respected gallery feature prints and photographs from seminal US artists such as Jasper...
541 NW 27th Street
Founded in Buenos Aires, Diana Lowenstein Fine Arts moved to Miami in 2000. The sleek and influential gallery represents some 40 contemporary artists from...
2043 N Miami Avenue
Fredric Snitzer is more than a dealer: he has long been a mentor to Miami-based artists. His warehouse is the focus of the Wynwood scene, and his roster...
2247 NW 1st Place
Outpost of another Parisian gallery, the Bertin-Toublanc has a Zen garden and multiple exhibition spaces for edgy artists such as India's Baba Anand,...
2534 N Miami Avenue
One of Wynwood's most prestigious galleries, this Paris import opened its first US outpost in a renovated gas station in 2005. The gallery represents big...
194 NW 30th Street
Housed in a converted warehouse in Wynwood, the 45,000sq ft Margulies Collection is a giant of the scene. It showcases contemporary and vintage photography,...
591 NW 27th Street
The Museum of Contemporary Art opened this outpost in 2005 to exhibit parts of the museum's permanent collection as well as projects by emerging artists.
404 NW 26th Street
Aiming to be a forward-thinking museum and to discover new artists, MOCA (or, even more cutely, MoCaNoMi) maintains an active schedule, presenting up to ten...
770 NE 125th Street
One of the country's top private collections of contemporary art, this is a bold assortment of avant-garde work: conceptual art, photography, sculpture and...
95 NW 29th Street