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When Tony Goldman looked at Miami's Wynwood neighborhood, he saw more than just concrete; he saw an empty canvas that had the potential to be transformed into an outdoor museum, and through the Wynwood Walls, has managed just this. Featuring pieces by artists from different parts of the world, the Wynwood Walls is a gallery any street art enthusiast could quite literally lose themselves in. The nearby Wynwood Kitchen & Bar offers exhausted explorers a chance to refuel.
The Bakehouse Art Complex (BAC) is so much more than the place that features emerging and midcareer artists. This place is a nurturing place where you can rent a studio, listen to the benefit of other artists' advice and have a place to develop your talent. The artists who work here come from different states and countries, giving the complex a multicultural, multinational feel. The other spots around BAC has been developed into studios, galleries and classrooms. Moreover, there are exhibitions on a regular basis.
Spread over 8000 square feet (743.22 square meters), Art Fusion displays works by artists from many different parts of the world, and this diversity is a big factor in the gallery's appeal. The gallery's four annual exhibitions are eagerly awaited events, and the second Saturday Gallery Nights are very popular, too. The artist roster at this Wynwood Art District Gallery has included Helle Louise Kierkegaard, Saenz Mir and Ximena Etchart, among many others of repute.
Romero Britto is not only Brazil's most famous neo-pop artist, but one of the most renowned contemporary artists in the world. His vibrantly colorful work has been featured in Absolut, Pepsi and IBM campaigns, alongside the works of other modern masters such as Andy Warhol and Kenny Scharf. Fine art prints, sculptures, portraits and all the other creations he is famous for can be found at Britto Central.
A permanent collection of Renaissance masterworks makes up one section of the Bass Museum of Art. In another, featured exhibitions showcase the best in historical and contemporary art. Past exhibitions have included the paintings of Russian artist Maxim Kantor and the hallucinogenic sculptures of Liza Lou. There are also tapestries, photographs, textiles and artifacts on display. The museum even offers classes and children's camps.