Some of the hautest art galleries are in the Miami Design District, a stone’s throw, but a world away from Wynwood. Here are our picks for some serious art.
1 Galleria Ca’ d’Oro
Galleria Ca’ d’Oro is one of Rome’s most renowned contemporary art galleries established by Antonio Porcella in 1970. Gloria Porcella, Antonio’s daughter, opened the first Galleria Ca’ d’Oro in the United States in Miami back in 2010. The gallery features a carefully curated collection of work from gifted Italian and European artists. Gloria has been successfully leading Galleria Ca’ d’Oro since its inception with her expertise and experience in the art business.
4141 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33137
2 Markowicz Fine Art
Markowicz Fine Art gallery features a wide array of dynamic collections by celebrated artists such as, Andy Warhol, Damien Hirst, Alain Godon, Tom Wesselmann, Fernando Botero, Keith Haring, and more. The gallery also offers street art and digital art by artists from across the globe. Markowicz Fine Art offers collections that may be viewed as unconventional, but that is the galleries' goal- "To break from convention and bring big ideas to the fore."
110 NE 40th St, Miami, FL 33137
3 Opera Gallery
In 1994, Opera Gallery opened its first location in Singapore. Since then, it has thrived in growth and has become a network of internationally recognized galleries. With presence in art capitals, such as London, Paris, Miami, New York, Hong Kong Seoul, Dubai, Monaco, and Geneva, Opera Galley continues to blossom and spread passion for art. Opera represents an array of artists. From contemporary artists to street artists and famed artists, the gallery includes the works of Robert Indiana, Bert Stern, Andy Warhol, Joan Miro, Alexander Calder, Arman, Picasso, Marc Chagall, Monet, Fernando Botero, Damien Hirst, Marc Quinn, Roy Lichtenstein, Tom Wesselman, Keith Haring, Craig Kucia, Dustin Yellin, SEEN, Os Gemeos, and Mr. Brainwash.
30 NE 39th St Miami, FL 33137 (Temporary location, waiting for their permanent location) at 140 N.E. 39th Street at The Palm Court.
4 Locust Projects
Locust Projects was founded by three Miami artists. It is a non-commercial art gallery that supplies contemporary visual artists with the space to seek fresh ideas, allowing a certain type of freedom that is not found in traditional art galleries. Visitors will find site-specific installations and art and may even see local artists working on a piece. Locust Projects is an exhilarating gallery with art and artists that match.
3852 N Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33127
5 Maman Fine Art
Maman Fine Art gallery features artwork by Latin American artists. The gallery is all about cutting edge and ground-breaking art, offering the works of notable contemporary pop artists. Maman Fine Art gallery brings together national, international, and local reputable artists for a vibrant and innovative display and experience. Artists include Lucia Maman, Luis Fernando Benedit, Eugenio Zanetti, and many more.
3930 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33137