See an extensive collection of work by the acclaimed and equally flamboyant surrealist Salvador Dali on view for the first time in South Florida. Produced by Michael Rosen of Colored Thumb, a driving force behind many of the area’s top art exhibits including Art Basel, Art Expo, and RedDot Fair. Dali Miami is curated by Reed V. Horth of Robin Rile Fine Art, a specialist in Dali’s prodigious output. The museum-level collection will feature over 200 pieces, including originals and sculptures spanning the broad gamut of Dali’s prolific career. The collection represents the most prominent and historically significant works, which remain under private ownership, outside of the museums in Spain. Fair hours are Thursday & Friday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Saturday 11 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.; and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Admission is $20 online and $25 at the door. Dress for Success Miami has been chosen as a charity of choice for Dali Miami. Purchase tickets in advance with the coupon code “SFS” and 10% of your purchase will go toward Dress for Success Miami.
December 5 – 8, 10am-9pm – HistoryMiami Museum, 101 West Flagler Street, Miami HistoryMiami Museum will once again host The Miami Street Photography Festival (MSPF) during Miami Art Week! This festival features various street photography exhibitions and public programs. In conjunction with the festival, the Museum will exhibit the finalists of MSPF’s international street photography […]
Friday, August 5, 9pm – the end, 155 NE 38th Street, Miami Wynwood Arts District http://theheatlightning.com/ is celebrating the talents of its staff and of Miami with What a Mission. Expect to dance, drink, eat THL flavored cupcakes, and get cultured. We’ve got a performance by Dino Felipe. A video installation curated by Nathan Lam […]
Thursday, March 26, 6pm-9pm -Â Art Bastion,Â 2085 NW 2nd Avenue, #104,Â Miami Wynwood Arts District Global art agency and gallery, Art Bastion Miami, will be showcasing exclusive paintings from Transiens et Vanitas, the inaugural Miami solo exhibition of Charlie Masson, March 26th through April 18th, 2015.Â The Transiens et Vanitas exhibition consists of 68 works made in a […]