The 5 most important small galleries in Miami
1) Markowicz Fine Art
Never boring and always diverse, this gallery has exhibited a range of art from pop to street by well-known, international artists such as Andy Warhol and Jean Cocteau. Represented artists include American Carole A. Feuerman, Dutchman Johannes Boekhoudt, Canadian Jonah Waterous and South African Neill Wright.
2) Mindy Solomon Gallery
Specializing in emerging and mid-career artists, this lovely space, this lovely space is run by a practising artist, dealer, collector, educator and advocate. As a result, the paintings, photography, sculptures and videos are exhibited in meaningful relationships to each other.
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3) Locust Projects
This not-for-profit space encourages wide-ranging, site-specific installations from artists anywhere – regional, national and international – and present them as free, educational opportunities to the public. The organization was founded by Miami artists Elizabeth Withstandley, Westen Charles and COOPER, and was one of the first to spot potential in the neighboring Wynwood area.
4) Valli Art Gallery
Founder Franco Valli’s mission is to promote Italian-American art. To that end, he curates pieces by Italian artists, and works closely with them so that he is able to comprehensively communicate with the viewer the meaning of their pieces.
5) Dina Mitrani Gallery
This eponymous gallery features a global roster of renowned photographers, including Peggy Levison Nolan, Rafael Diaz, Roberto Huarcaya, Kanako Sasaki and Tatiana Parcero. Mitrani is also a force in the local community, creating opportunities out of her father’s former clothing factory.
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