Take a Walk on Miami’s Arty Side

In popular imagination, the city of Miami is typically associated with neon glitz and 1950s-era beach architecture. But Miami also has an artsy side teeming with galleries, exhibitions and uber-trendy coffeehouses.

This site offers readers a substantial selection of well-written material on Miami’s oft-overlooked bohemian districts, where art and aesthetics remain the sujet du jour.

From the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) to The Bass art-deco space and the Emerson Dorsch Gallery, Miami has no shortage of art venues both historic and modern, all of which are discussed in scrupulous detail throughout the pages of this site.

The Blue Gallery in Miami

23 May 2022

The Blue Gallery in Delray Beach hosts an impressive collection of contemporary art. Founded by Rami Rotkopf, the gallery specializes in landscapes and semi-realistic art forms. Featured artists include Sveta Esser, Marc Lipp, and Isaac Kahn. Ever-changing displays ensure there is always something new to explore.

Art Basel; the Heart of Miami’s Artistic Scene

14 Apr 2022

No blog site devoted to Miami’s art scene would be complete without mentioning the Miami Art Basel. This annual exhibition works with local institutions to promote creativity and artistic expression. In addition to Miami, Art Basel fairs are held every year in Paris, Hong Kong and Basel, Switzerland.

The Bass Art Deco Space

7 Mar 2022

One of Miami’s most cherished cultural institutions, The Bass Art Deco Space, was bequeathed to the city in 1964 by art collectors John and Johanna Bass. Since then, it has held exhibitions by a number of leading contemporary artists, including Isaac Julien, Mika Rottenberg, Sylvie Fleury and Ugo Rondinone.