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Miami Art Week 2022 at Arlo Wynwood

Miami Art Week 2022 at Arlo WynwoodNovember 29 – December 2, 11am-4pm – Arlo Wynwood, 2217 Northwest Miami Court, Miami Wynwood Arts District

Arlo Wynwood, the first hotel to open in Miami’s preeminent creative and cultural district, has announced its planned programming and activations for Miami Art Week 2022: “The Unknown Zone” by Brooke Einbender (aka Mindbender Art) and “STATE OF THE ART” by ThankYouX. 

“The Unknown Zone” will be on view at Arlo Wynwood from Tuesday, November 29, through the end of December 2022. A special opening event, cocktail reception and artist talk will take place on November 29 from 6 to 9 p.m. Both the event and exhibition are free and open to the public.

“STATE OF THE ART” is the first large-scale hybrid collection by artist ThankYouX, a leader in the NFT space who is bridging the gap between the traditional art and crypto worlds. Reimagining the use of blockchain technology as a medium rather than a tool for distribution, the collection will consist of four large-scale paintings broken into 400 equal tiles, creating 1,600 total unique digital artworks that come paired with their physical counterparts. Each of the four paintings distinctively expresses ThankYouX’s own representation and exploration of digital information as it travels from source to destination.

Upon launch, participants will randomly receive a singular digital tile that corresponds with a section of one of the four paintings. Later, collectors will be able to claim the identical physical artwork. Before the physical claim, users will have the ability to work directly with the secondary market to purchase additional, adjacent, and connecting tiles to merge – and eventually claim – a larger section of the canvas.

“STATE OF THE ART” will be on view at Arlo Wynwood from Wednesday, November 30, through Sunday, December 4. An opening reception will take place at the hotel on November 30, from 5 to 8 p.m., with a special artist talk at 6 p.m. Both the event and exhibit are free and open to the public.


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