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Wandering Wynwood
Gallery hopping in Miami’s answer to Chelsea.

For the first time in years, Miami’s art scene isn’t just for major collectors—and the booming Wynwood gallery district is one happy consequence of Art Basel’s success. Go on the second Saturday of every month from 7 to 10 P.M., when galleries and studios are open to the public and pouring free wine. Plan to start at about 7:30 at Cisneros. From there, drive up to Diana Lowenstein, snag a free parking spot in the lot, and do the rest of your exploring on foot.

1. Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation
1018 N. Miami Ave.
Up-and-coming contemporary artists from Latin America are given a studio and living space by this gallery. Reopens in May.

2. Diana Lowenstein Fine Arts
2043 N. Miami Ave.
Having made the hop from Coral Gables a few months ago, this gallery features contemporary works by Latin American artists.

Frederic Snitzer Gallery  

3. Fredric Snitzer Gallery
2247 N.W. 1st Pl.
Here you’ll find works by mid-career Cuban artists as well as locals on the brink of international acclaim.

4. Kevin Bruk Gallery 2249 N.W. 1st Pl.
Kevin Bruk prides itself on showing artists who are generating chatter in New York: Blake Rayne, Alyson Shotz, and Fabian Marcaccio.

5. World-Class Boxing: The Scholl Collection
170 N.W. 23rd St.
In this space, collectors Dennis and Debra Scholl house works that are too large for them to show in their home; by appointment only.

6. Locust Projects
105 N.W. 23rd St.
Billing itself as a nonprofit, experimental gallery, Locust shows work ignored by more-traditional venues—like "Blood and Guts in High School," a series of video installations, and Dorothy, both by Laura Parnes.

7. MoCA at Goldman Warehouse
404 N.W. 26th St.
A satellite of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Goldman shows works from MOCA’s permanent collection year-round.

8. The Margulies Collection at the Warehouse
591 N.W. 27th St.
This converted warehouse showcases the collection of Martin Z. Margulies, one of the world’s top photography collectors.

9. Luis Adelantado Miami
98 N.W. 29th St.
An outpost of Spain’s Galeria Luis Adelantado, this space focuses on international contemporary art.

10. Rubell Family Collection
95 N.W. 29th St.
The Rubell family spearheaded this area’s art scene back in 1996, exhibiting their personal collection in a converted warehouse once used by the Drug Enforcement Agency for confiscated goods.

11. Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin
194 N.W. 30th St.
This outpost of the Parisian gallery opened in December in a MiMo (Miami Modern) building—formerly a refrigerator warehouse.

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