If you were to stop anyone on streets throughout the Magic City and ask them their thoughts on Miami's traffic situation, you’re guaranteed to get an eye roll. However the one thing you don’t have to worry about in the Miami Design District is parking. Especially with the opening of Museum Garage.
During Art Week 2017, the Miami Design District will play host to several limited special installations that will only be in the area or open to the public for that week. The events range from expansive, like the 30-plus contemporary abstract artists on display in Abstract/Not Abstract, to monumental, like the installation of a massive work by Ghanaian artist Ibrahim Mahama. Below are details of four noteworthy exhibitions that will only be in the neighborhood for a limited time.
The ICA Miami will open in its new location just in time for Miami Art Week 2017. Now located at 61 NE 41st Street in the Miami Design District, the Institute for Contemporary Art, Miami, is the city's home for the most cutting-edge of contemporary art. The 37,500-square-foot, three-story venue opens December 1 and boasts more than double the exhibition space of its previous home.
Film lovers have a new reason to rejoice: Nite Owl Theater has found a permanent home here in the Miami Design District, with a screening schedule chock full of classic films and family faves, perfect for a night out at MDD. Nayib Estefan’s long running 35-mm screening series continues in the District with classics like Grease, Vertigo, and The Lion King.