Wynwood Walls, the epicenter of the Wynwood Arts District, draws hundreds of thousands of visitors year round. But it is during the first week of December every year, that Wynwood’s star shines brightest for artists, collectors, and celebrities, who converge on Miami during Miami Art Week and Art Basel Miami Beach. Curated by the Goldman Family since 2012, this year’s program, Walls of Change, will include 14 new large scale murals and installations by globally acclaimed street artists, as well as a program of events within the art park that will be free and open to the public. This year, Goldman Properties will also debut The Wynwood Walls Garden, a new art space adjacent to the Wynwood Doors, which the company recently purchased to augment its artistic imprint in the neighborhood.
Walls of Change will showcase the work of a varied mix of outstanding artists â€“ some household names in the street art world, others up and coming. Artists include Case (Germany), Crash (USA), Cryptik (USA), el Seed (France), Ernest Zacharevic (Lithuania), Fafi (France), Hueman (USA), INTI (Chile), The London Police (UK), and Logan Hicks (USA). Spanish artist duo Pichi & Avo will create their mural on stacked shipping containers in the newly minted Wynwood Walls Garden while Magnus Sodamin (USA) will paint the floors and walls of the Wynwood Walls’ new gallery/events space, along with Alexis Diaz (Puerto Rico) creating a one-of-a-kind sculpture.
Invitation-Only VIP Preview of Walls of Change is Tuesday, December 1, 9PM â€“ 11PM; followed by opening partyÂ free and open to the public from 11PM to 2AM.Â Free and open to the public, the Walls will be open Miami Art Week from 10AM until Midnight.Â #WynwoodWalls