Art

Miami Design District prides itself on the fine art galleries, showrooms and museums that have chosen to call it home. Be sure to check back frequently for updates to the current exhibits, artists and features on display in the Miami Design District.

2x4: Jungle, 2014 The massive mural Jungle provides a visual respite that references not only the south Florida landscape, but also the urban landscape of the Miami Design District.
2x4: Vortex, 2014 Vortex, in the Miami Design District, this experimentation and research often culminates in bold graphic works that question the nature and conventions of design.
Art&Art Collection Art&Art provides a nearly comprehensive overview and an inventory of the intricate histories of abstract and constructivist art in Latin America
Bossa Gallery Bossa Gallery, Fine Art Photography represents recognized and rising photographers from Brazil, alongside American photographers to create a dialogue between the two markets.
Buckminster Fuller Fly's Eye Dome, 1979/80-2014 In 1965 Buckminster Fuller designed and patented the Fly’s Eye Dome, which he called an “autonomous dwelling machine” Prototypes began to be built by hand in 1977 and by 1983; three of the fiberglass spheres in various sizes had been produced.
de la Cruz Collection Contemporary Art Space The collection focuses on international contemporary art.
FAAM - Fine Art Auctions Miami FAAM (Fine Art Auctions Miami), established in 2011 by a team of experienced specialists and auctioneer Frederic Thut, is Miami’s leading fine art auction house.
Flotsam & Jetsam: Shop Architects SHoP was given the 2016 Design Miami Visionary Award and invited to create an environment at the gateway to the 2016 fair.
Institute of Contemporary Art Miami The Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami (ICA Miami) is dedicated to promoting continuous experimentation in contemporary art, and to the exchange of art and ideas throughout the Miami region and internationally.
John Baldessari Fun (Part 1) How does one describe the exuberance of simple pleasures?
John Baldessari Fun (Part 2) John Baldessari believes in simplicity, or at least the impression of it.
Konstantin GRCIC: Netscape, 2010 Netscape is a 24-seat web of hanging chairs by celebrated German designer Konstanin Grcic.
Locust Projects Art Gallery
Maman Fine Art Modern + Contemporary Latin American Fine Art
Marc Newson: Dash Fence The DASH Fence by designer Marc Newson is a 100-ft fence installation at the Design & Architecture High School (DASH), creating a compelling environmental structure in the heart of the Miami Design District.
Markowicz Fine Art Markowicz Fine Art is an art gallery focusing on contemporary and fine art.
Mathew Ritchie: After Light British artist Matthew Ritchie is well known for his paintings and installations that take drawing as the basis for creating an entire system of meaning that considers surface as primary.
Mora Studio Latin American artist Enrique Mora is a rare talent with a natural sense for what is beauty and what is art
Obsolete Media More information coming soon.
Opera Gallery Opera Gallery first opened its doors in Singapore in 1994 and has flourished into a network of internationally recognized galleries with a vital presence in the art capitals of the world including Paris, London, New York, Miami, Hong Kong Seoul, Monaco
Primary Projects PRIMARY is a multifaceted organization that explores and promotes various forms of aesthetic expression from both established and emerging contemporary artists, within the gallery context and beyond.
Sou Fujimoto: Building Façade The building’s façade is one of the cornerstones of the pedestrian-centric area and is inspired by the flowing movement of waterfalls and Miami’s tempestuous rainsqualls.
Speed of Light The Miami Design District commissioned London-based designer Philippe Malouin to illuminate the neighborhood for the holiday season.
Swampspace Swampspace is the un-gallery in the Miami Design District
Xavier Veilhan: Le Corbusier In this formidable fiberglass sculpture, French artist Xavier Veilhan renders the larger than life architect Le Corbusier in a scale befitting of his stature.
Zaha Hadid: Elastika Elastika is a site-specific installation, which aims to mutate the historical Moore building built in 1921.